Shorewood’s Fiske claims district crown

STANWOOD – Shorewood’s Kari Fiske, eliminated in three matches last year, won the 4A District 1 girls tennis singles championship Friday, defeating Stanwood’s Kelsey Mickels 6-2, 6-2 in the final at Stanwood High School.

Fiske’s teammate, Anna Chatilo, emerged from the consolation bracket to take third place and the district’s final state tournament berth.

In doubles play, the Stanwood team of Megan Amundson and Dani Fullwiler defeated Monroe’s Keena Hopkins and Lacy Thompson 6-2, 6-1 in the championship match.

The Lake Stevens team of Maura Konopinski and Gina McKee claimed third place and a state berth.

At Stanwood H.S.


Team scores-Stanwood 14, Shorewood 13, Lake Stevens 7, Monroe 6, Edmonds-Woodway 2, Cascade 1, Snohomish 1, Jackson 1.

Championship-Fiske (Shorewood) def. Mickels (Stanwood) 6-2, 6-2.

Consolation (losers out)-Ross (Lake Stevens) def. Starr (Snohomish), default; Chatilo (Shorewood) def. Everett (Cascade) 6-2, 6-3.

Third-place (winner to state, loser alternate)-Chatilo def. Ross 6-1, 6-1.


Championship-Amundson-Fullwiler (Stanwood) def. Hopkins-Thompson (Monroe) 6-2, 6-1.

Consolation (losers out)- Nelson-Waldron (Edmonds-Woodway) def. Lee-Cung (Jackson) 6-4, 6-2; Konopinski-McKee (Lake Stevens) def. Iffrig-Hendrich (Lake Stevens) 6-4, 6-4.

Third-place (winner to state, loser alternate)-Konopinski-McKee def. Nelson-Waldron 6-4, 6-4.

3A District 1 meet: At Mount Vernon, Alena Owen of Shorecrest advanced to the singles final against top Northwest Conference seed Carly Stroud of Sedro-Woolley They’ll play a winner-to-state match today. Owen upset top Wesco seed Julie Mills of Everett in the semifinals.

Everett’s top-seeded doubles team of Nikki Dutton and Mallory Good reached today’s winner-to-state final.

At Mt. Vernon H.S.


First round-Mills (Everett) def. Kazantseva (Ferndale) 6-0, 6-0; Owen (Shorecrest) def. Kinsolving (Mt. Vernon) 4-6, 6-2, 6-4; Eli (Meadowdale) vs. Faulkner (Ferndale) 6-0, 6-1; Stroud (Sedro-Woolley) def. Leigh (Shorecrest) 6-3, 6-1.

Seminfinals-Owen def. Mills 6-4, 6-1; Stroud def. Eli 6-1, 6-4.

Consolation (losers out)-Kinsolving def. Kazantseva 6-0, 6-3; Faulkner def. Leigh 6-4, 5-7, 6-3.


First round-Dutton-Good (Everett) vs. McGoffin-Larsen (Sedro-Woolley) 7-5, 6-3; Monson-Olson (Shorecrest) def. Dolstad-Lidgard (Sedro-Woolley) 6-3, 6-0;. Pennell-Visser (Squalicum) def. Burkholder-Galusha (Arlington) 6-4, 7-6; Portesan-Fialka (Meadowdale) vs. Strachila-Starkovich (Mt. Vernon) 6-2, 6-2.

Semifinals-Dutton-Good def. Monson-Olson 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 6-4; Pennell-Visser def. Portesan-Fialka 6-2, 6-3.

Consolation (losers out)-Dolstad-Lidgard def. McGoffin-Larsen 7-5, 6-2; Burkholder-Galusha def. Strachila-Starkovich 6-3, 6-4.

Boys track

2A District 1 Meet: At Bellingham, Archbishop Murphy’s Nick Snyder won district championships in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles and finished second in the 100 and 200.

At Bellingham Civic Stadium

Team results-not reported.

State qualifiers

110 hurdles-Snyder (Archbishop Murphy) 15.18; Fitz (South Whidbey) 15.59; Adams (Burlington-Edison) 15.82; Williams (Blaine) 16.25; 100-Bennett (Burlington-Edison) 11.33; Snyder (Archbishop Murphy) 11.49; Darling (Bellingham) 11.52; Robinson (Bellingham) 11.8; 400 relay-Burlington-Edison 44.23; South Whidbey 44.74; Sehome 44.83; Lakewood 45.11; 400-McHenry (Sehome) 49.01; Armenta (Burlington-Edison) 50.29; Smith (Lakewood) 50.96; Stoneham (Anacortes) 51.92; 300 hurdles-Snyder (Archbishop Murphy) 38.78; Darling (Bellingham) 39.71; Fitz (South Whidbey) 40.39; Johnson (Lynden) 41.76; 800-Armenta (Burlington-Edison) 1:55.37; Ramirez (Blaine) 1:56.91; Seely (Lynden) 1:57.07; Ordonez (Lakewood) 1:57.43; Flynn (Sehome) 1:57.60; 200-Bennett (Burlington-Edison) 22.89; Snyder (Archbishop Murphy) 23.03; Smith (Lakewood) 23.62; Weeks (Lynden) 23.71; 3,200-Kwiatkowski (Bellingham) 9:15.93; Riley (Sehome) 9:17.40; Simpson (Burlington-Edison) 9:36.06; Spilsbury (Burlington-Edison) 9:44.38; Lindstrom (Anacortes) 9:45.95; Guske (Lakewood) 9:50.07; 1,600 relay-Bellingham 3:25.66; Sehome 3:25.71; Burlington-Edison 3:26.35; Lakewood 3:27.66; Shot put-Ayers (Sehome) 61-0; Hoffman (Sehome) 52-5; Westlin (Sehome) 51-2.5; Corp (Cedarcrest) 50-4.5; High jump-Langstraat (Lynden) 6-2; Hesselman (Lakewood) 5-11; Erlenbach (Burlington-Edison) 5-11; Kassa (Anacortes) 5-8; Long jump-Freeman (Anacortes) 20-1.75; Bresnan (Blaine) 20-1.75; Koenig (Burlington-Edison) 19-6; Tipps (Burlington-Edison) 19-4.25.

Girls track

2A District 1 meet: At Bellingham, Lakewood’s Michelle Howe won the 100-meter hurdles and finished second in the 300 hurdles. Lindsey Bos of Archbishop Murphy won the district championship in the 400 and was fourth in the 200.

At Bellingham Civic Stadium

Team results-not reported.

State qualifiers

100 hurdles-Howe (Lakewood) 15.42, Montgomery (Blaine) 16.46, Schireman (Archbishop Murphy) 16.91, Stillwill (Burlington-Edison) 16.92; 100-Genther (Burlington-Edison) 12.78, Sandri (South Whidbey), 13.10, Tarleton (Sehome) 13.21, Meaker (Blaine) 13.33; 1,600-Friday (Bellingham) 5:01.40, Moore (Sehome) 5:06.84, Kearney (Cedarcrest) 5:13.87, Stoothoff (Mount Baker) 5:13.89, Gogert (Lakewood) 5:16.66, Jensen (Bellingham) 5:16.83; 400 relay-Sehome 50.5, South Whidbey 50.5, Burlington-Edison 50.5, Blaine 51.4; 400-Bos (Archbishop Murphy) 1:00.40, Davis (Burlington-Edison) 1:00.41, Meaker (Blaine) 1:00.45, Beanblossom (Lynden) 1:01.50; 800-Friday (Bellingham) 2:20.76, Jensen (Bellingham) 2:21.57, Johnson (South Whidbey) 2:22.95, Dunn (Lakewood) 2:23.12; 200-Davis (Burlington-Edison) 26.80, Sandri (South Whidbey) 26.85, Olason (Blaine) 27.21, Bos (Archbishop Murphy) 27.50; 300 hurdles-Genther (Burlington-Edison) 46.89, Howe (Lakewood) 46.95, Schireman (Archbishop Murphy) 47.24, Lindquist (Lynden) 47.63; 800 relay-South Whidbey 1:45.03, Sehome 1:45.59, Burlington-Edison 1:47.63, Blaine 1:47.65; 1,600 relay-Sehome 4:04.17, Bellingham 4:05.30, Burlington-Edison 4:06.09, Cedarcrest 4:14.86; Javelin-Barnett (Burlington-Edison) 106-8, Graham (Burlington-Edison) 103-1, Hulslander (Lakewood) 101-11, Hayton (Lakewood) 99-3; Discus-Toddhunter (Sehome) 132-6, Ruggiero (South Whidbey) 124-10, Paszkeicz (Sultan) 120-4, Barnett (Burlington-Edison) 119-0; High jump-Nordlund (Burlington-Edison) 5-0, Peterson (Bellingham) 5-0, Luthurn (Burlington-Edison) 5-0, Calderwood (South Whidbey 4-10; Pole vault-Palmer (Burlington-Edison) 10-2, Thomas (Burlington-Edison) 10-2, Taylor (Blaine) 9-11, Stevens (Cedarcrest) 9-8.

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