M-P wins 8 events in Shoreline meet

SHORELINE — Marysville-Pilchuck won eight of the 18 events contested at the Shoreline School District non-league girls track meet Thursday at Shoreline Stadium.

The Tomahawks finished with 95 points, while meet co-host Shorecrest finished second with 81.5. Monroe scored 58 and Shorewood rounded out the meet in fourth place with 42.5 points.

Alex McDonald won the 100-meter hurdles in 17.59 seconds, and the 300 hurdles in 49.75 seconds to lead the Tomahawks, who also captured the 400 and 800 relays.

M-P’s Alisha Oden captured the 200 in 27.14 seconds. Teammate Kelli Fessenden won the shot put with a throw of 32 feet, 5.5 inches. And Robin Mueller won the pole vault with a leap of 10 feet for M-P.

Shorewood’s Caroline Soules won the high jump, clearing 5 feet, 2 inches for Shorewood.

Shorecrest’s Jocelyn Riordan won the javelin with a toss of 104 feet, 4 inches. Kelsey Paden won the discus with a throw of 107 feet, six inches for Shorecrest.

Monroe’s Lyndy Davis won the 3,200 in 11:32.80.

At Shoreline Stadium

Team scores—1. M-P, 95; 2. Shorecrest 81.5; 3. Monroe 58; 4. Shorewood 42.5.

100 hurdles—McDonald (MP) 17.59; 100—Ramos (SC) 13.27; 1,600—Johnson (SW) 5:24.10; 400 relay—M-P 52.51; 400—Oliver (SC) 1:05.20; 300 hurdles—McDonald (MP) 49.75; 800—Nemra (MP) 2:29.10; 200—Oden (MP) 27.14; 3,200—Davis (M) 11:32.80; 800 relay—M-P 1:55.00; 1,600 relay—Shorewood 4:22.20; High jump—Soules (SW) 5-2; Long jump—Gull (M) 15-7; Triple jump—Chestmore (M) 30-5.5; Shot put—Fessenden (MP) 32-5.5; Discus—Paden (SC) 107-6; Javelin—Riordan (SC) 104-4; Pole vault—Mueller (MP) 10-0.

Boys track

Shoreline School District meet: At Shoreline, Marysville-Pilchuck won seven events to take first place in the non-league meet.

At Shoreline Stadium

Team results—M-P 80.5, Monroe 78.5, Shorecrest 55, Shorewood 48.

110 hurdles—Pangilinan (MP) 16.34; 100—Weber (SW) 11.96; 1,600—Lanphere (MP) 4:44.1; 400 relay—MP 45.13; 400—Thomas (SW) 53.44; 300 hurdles—Sanderson (MP) 42.82; 800—Le (MO) 2:03.3; 200—Pangilinan (MP) 24.86; 3,200—Sutter (MO) 10:19.1; 1,600 relay—Monroe 3:42.4; High jump—Greene (MP) 6-0; Long jump—Abadam (MP) 20-8.5; Triple jump—Ferris (SC) 37-3; Shot put—Richards (MO) 44-5; Discus—Domanski (SC) 128-1; Javelin—Lucke (MO) 170-5; Pole vault—McElmurry (SC) 12-0.

Co-ed track

Everett, Jackson, Cascade at Kamiak Jamboree: At Mukilteo, James Bucy won the 110-meter hurdles in 17.3 seconds and Jonathan Cooper won the 800 in 2 minutes, 5 seconds to lead the Knights. Rendell Jones of Everett won the long jump with a jump of 21 feet, 0.75 inches.

In the girls meet, Denise Labuhn won the 100 hurdles in 18.9 seconds, Shelley Davis won the 1,600 in 5:33, Julia Church won the long jump with a leap of 15 feet, 10.5 inches and Emily Anderberg won the javelin with a toss of 84 feet, 10 inches for Kamiak.

No team scores were kept.

At Kamiak H.S.


110 hurdles—Bucy (K) 17.3; 100—Thomas (E) 11.5; 1,600—Woolsey (J) 4:47; 400 relay—Kamiak 45.3; 400—Hopkins (E) 52.0; 800—Cooper (K) 2:05; 200—Giesic (E) 23.30; 1,600 relay—Cascade 4:00; High jump—Sawyer (E) 5-8; Long jump—Jones (E) 21-0.75; Shot put—Mechum (C) 44-10.5; Discus—St. Marie (J) 114-6; Javelin—Steiger (E) 127-7.


100 hurdles—Labuhn (K) 18.9; 100—Morrison (J) 12.9; 1,600—Davis (K) 5:33; 400 relay—Kamiak 55.3; 400—Taylor (C) 1:04.3; 800—Olsen (E) 2:32; 200—Sam (J) 28.0; 1,600 relay—Kamiak 4:41.00; High jump—Fitz (J) 5-0; Long jump—Church (K) 15-10.5; Shot put—Eaton (J) 30-5; Discus—Jones (C) 100-3; Javelin—Anderberg (K) 84-10.


Monroe 14, Shorecrest 5: At Shoreline, Andy Chriscaden had three hits and drove in five runs, Cody Hastings had three hits and Ryan Moore homered to lead the Bearcats to the non-league win. Alex Baugh got the win, as a trio of Bearcats pitchers combined on a three-hitter. Stefan Orallo had a three-run homer for the Scots.

At Shorecrest H.S.



Baugh, Cochran (5), Adams (6) and Andring. Davies, Cain (4), Johnston (6) and Desrosier. WP—Baugh (1-0). LP—Davies (0-1). 2B—Chriscaden (M), Miller (M), Parmley (M), Morrison (S). HR—Moore (M), Orallo (S). Records—Monroe 3-0 overall. Shorecrest 0-2.

Snohomish 9, Shorewood 7: At Shoreline, behind by two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, Shorewood loaded the bases, but Snohomish pitcher Brian Wolfe got a strikeout for the second out, then induced a ground out to earn the save.

At Shorewood H.S.



Leahy, Higgins (4), Hargrove (5), Wolfe (7) and Chandler. LeCount, Ossinger (6), Torrance (6), Clement (7) and Giles. WP—Hargrove (1-0). LP—Ossinger (0-1). S—Wolfe (1). 2B—Wolfe (SN) 1, Hargrove (SN) 1, Allen (SN) 1, LeCount (SW) 1. HR—Kuniyoshi (SW) 1, Clerget (SW) 1. Records—Snohomish 2-0 overall. Shorewood 1-1.

Marysville-Pilchuck 10, Mountlake Terrace 9: At Mountlake Terrace, the Tomahawks scored six runs in the first inning and held on for the non-league victory. Mountlake Terrace came back to tie the score at 9-9 with a seven-run fifth inning highlighted by a two-run double by Cameron Lobb, but M-P scored what proved to be the winning run in the top of the sixth. Jacob Mann was 2-for-3 and had two RBI, and Andrew Woeck finished 2-for-3 with three RBI for the Hawks.

At M. Terrace H.S.


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Steinbaugh, Peterson (5), Trimble (5), Engles (7) and Botham. Sells, Monfiletto (3), Woeck (5) and Nelson. WP—Trimble (record). LP—Woeck (0-1). S—Engles (number). 2B—Nelson (MT), Lobb (MT). 3B—Austin (MP). HR—Kruick (MP). Records—M-P 2-0 overall. M. Terrace 1-2.

Interlake 5, South Whidbey 3: At Langley, South Whidbey pitchers gave up just three hits but combined to issue 10 walks in the non-conference contest. Nick Tenuta had a two-run home run for the Falcons.

At S. Whidbey H.S.


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Gallagher, Rabitoy (7) and Nelson. Hodson, Baker (4), and Mannie. WP—Gallagher (1-0). LP—Hodson (0-1). S—Rabitoy (1). 2B—Sparks (SW). HR—Tenuta (SW). Records—Interlake 1-0 overall. S. Whidbey 1-1.

Meridian 15, Darrington 3: At Bellingham, Meridian’s catcher Bo Norris was 3-for-3 at the plate and had two RBI in the non-league victory.

At Meridian H.S.



Schillhammer, Jones (3) and O’Dell. Harrison and Norris. WP—Harrison (1-0). LP—Schillhammer (0-1). 2B—Wiebe (M) 1, Norris (M) 1. 3B—Jones (D) 1. Records—Darrington 0-1 overall. Meridian 1-1.


Friday Harbor 3, South Whidbey 2: At Friday Harbor, Kerri Goff doubled and got the win for the Wolverines. Rebecca Stratton and Nikki Parra each had two hits for the Falcons.

At Friday Harbor H.S.

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Brown and Spalding. Goff and Radden. WP—Goff (1-1). LP—Brown (0-1). 2b—Goff (FH). Records—South Whidbey 1-1 overall. F. Harbor 1-1.

Boys soccer

Lakewood 5, Blaine 1: At Blaine, A hat trick by Evander Ochoa helped Lakewood secure the non-league victory.

At Blaine H.S.

Goals—Lakewood: Ochoa 3, Hawkins 2. Blaine: Stapham. Assists—Lakewood: Star, Hawkins, Ochoa, Black, Bingham. Goalkeepers—Lakewood: Karrenberg. Blaine: Alvarez. Records—Lakewood 2-0 overall. Blaine 1-1.

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