Glacier Peak junior Aviry Stratton is one of many highly ranked local athletes who are set to compete in this week’s state track and field championships. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Glacier Peak junior Aviry Stratton is one of many highly ranked local athletes who are set to compete in this week’s state track and field championships. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

State track preview: A look at the area’s highly ranked athletes

A list of every local state qualifier with a top-five time or mark in their classification.

State track and field championships

When: Thursday-Saturday

Where: 4A/3A/2A at Mount Tahoma H.S. (Tacoma); 1A/2B/1B at Eastern Washington University (Cheney)

Below is a list of local state qualifiers who have a top-five time or mark in their classification, according to


200 meters: 3. Ethan Willems (Glacier Peak) 22.00. 400 meters: 1. Ethan Willems (Glacier Peak) 48.16. 4×100 relay: 1. Lake Stevens 42.71. 4×400 relay: 5. Lake Stevens 3:25.27. Javelin: 4. Noah Forman (Glacier Peak) 184-9.


400 meters: 3. Aaliyah Collins (Glacier Peak) 58.19. 800 meters: 1. Taylor Roe (Lake Stevens) 2:12.07. 4. Brooke Wallace (Glacier Peak) 2:14.44. 1,600 meters: 1. Taylor Roe (Lake Stevens) 4:51.04. 3. Aviry Stratton (Glacier Peak) 4:56.15. 4. Brooke Wallace (Glacier Peak) 4:56.93. 3,200 meters: 2. Taylor Roe (Lake Stevens) 10:24.99. 3. Aviry Stratton (Glacier Peak) 10:38.39. 5. Alicia Anderson (Kamiak) 10:50.14. 4×400 relay: 5. Lake Stevens 4:02.24. Discus: 2. Katherine Potts (Glacier Peak) 138-0. 3. Brenna Board (Jackson) 135-0. 5. Lydia Robison (Jackson) 132-4. High jump: 3. Katie Nelson (Cascade) 5-5. Long jump: 4. Hannah Ganashamoorthy (Monroe) 18-7.5.


400 meters: 3. Chinedu Acholonu (Edmonds-Woodway) 49.59. 1,600 meters: 2. Lucas Lacambra (Edmonds-Woodway) 4:17.09. 5. Dylan Hartono (Edmonds-Woodway) 4:18.18. 3,200 meters: 2. Dylan Hartono (Edmonds-Woodway) 9:10.23. 110-meter hurdles: 3. Jonathan Birchman (Shorewood) 14.37. 300-meter hurdles: 1. Jonathan Birchman (Shorewood) 38.62. Shot put: 2. Jayden White (Everett) 53-1. 5. Cade Tucker (Marysville Pilchuck) 51-11.5. Discus: 2. Jayden White (Everett) 163-6. Javelin: 2. David Weitkamp (Lynnwood) 182-3. Pole vault: T3. Curt Tanaka (Shorewood) 15-0. Triple jump: 2. Raymond Free (Meadowdale) 45-5.5. 4. Gabriel Andre (Everett) 44-11.5.


300-meter hurdles: 3. Nadia Metales (Shorewood) 45.62. 4×100 relay: 5. Edmonds-Woodway 49.75. 4×200 relay: 3. Edmonds-Woodway 1:45.07. Shot put: 1. Madeline Grandbois (Marysville Getchell) 43-6. 3. Julia Parra (Arlington) 42-7.5. 5. Kiana Lino (Shorecrest) 41-9. Discus: 1. Julia Parra (Arlington) 138-5. 4. Anna Schander (Stanwood) 127-7. High jump: T3. Ellie Grant (Snohomish) 5-4. Long jump: 4. Hai-Ying Aw (Shorewood) 18-4.25. Triple jump: 2. Ellie Grant (Snohomish) 37-4.75. T5. Bree Nichols (Snohomish) 36-2.


100 meters: T4. Michai Harris (Lakewood) 10.82. 800 meters: 4. Alex Jensen (Lakewood) 1:58.36. 3,200 meters: 5. Alex Williams (Mountlake Terrace) 9:33.13. Discus: 5. Noah Thompson (Mountlake Terrace) 161-5. Javelin: 1. Brandon Bach (Mountlake Terrace) 191-10. Long jump: T4. Ryan Kenny (Archbishop Murphy) 21-10. Triple jump: 5. Samson Irish-Lodge (Archbishop Murphy) 43-10.75.


4×200 relay: 4. Cedarcrest 1:46.59. Long jump: 5. Holly Sudol (Archbishop Murphy) 17-4.


100 meters: 2. Danny Conlisk (Coupeville) 11.04. 3. Jean Lund Olsen (Coupeville) 11.06. 200 meters: 1. Danny Conlisk (Coupeville) 22.20. 3. Jean Lund Olsen (Coupeville) 22.57. 400 meters: 2. Danny Conlisk (Coupeville) 50.13. 800 meters: 2. Callahan Yale (South Whidbey) 1:57.19. 1,600 meters: 2. Callahan Yale (South Whidbey) 4:26.03. 4. Nick LeBar (King’s) 4:26.98. 3,200 meters: 2. Isaac Cortes (Granite Falls) 9:47.02. 300-meter hurdles: 2. Pierce Papke (King’s) 39.89. 5. Bodie Hezel (South Whidbey) 41.30. 4×100 relay: 5. South Whidbey 44.20. 4×400 relay: 1. South Whidbey 3:28.30. 2. King’s 3:28.92. Shot put: 1. Samuel Van Peursem (Cedar Park Christian) 64-6. Discus: 1. Samuel Van Peursem (Cedar Park Christian) 177-7. 


400 meters: 2. Mallory Kortuem (Coupeville) 58.64. 800 meters: 3. Elie Bassett (Granite Falls) 2:20.09. 5. Kaia Swegler Richmond (South Whidbey) 2:20.47. 1,600 meters: 1. Naomi Smith (King’s) 4:53.76. 3,200 meters: 1. Naomi Smith (King’s) 10:25.50. 100-meter hurdles: T2. Lindsey Roberts (Coupeville) 15.21. 4. Emma Culberson (King’s) 15.35. 4×100 relay: 2. King’s 50.25. 4. Coupeville 50.57. 4×200 relay: 4. Coupeville 1:46.13. 4×400 relay: 2. King’s 4:08.21. Pole vault: 3. Maci Hodgins (King’s) 10-1.


High jump: T5. Thomas Coglas (Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace) 6-0.


100 meters: 5. Ashley VanDam (Grace Academy) 13.18. 200 meters: 3. Ashley VanDam (Grace Academy) 27.67. 4×100 relay: 3. Grace Academy 52.57. 4×200 relay: 1. Grace Academy 1:51.12.

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