Lake Washington squads take first at league track and field meet

  • Saturday, May 12, 2018 3:24pm
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Lake Washington’s boys and girls track and field teams both placed first at the 3A KingCo meet.

LW winners were Xavier Betancourt (200 meters, 22.45 and 300 hurdles, 40.58), boys 4×100 relay (Samuel Showalter, Betancourt, Franco Oliveri and Cody Wilson, 43.26), Brady Gockel (javelin, 177-02), James Lane (pole vault, 13-0), Thayer Davis (100 meters, 12.64), Taryn Chisholm (100 hurdles, 16.15), 4×100 relay (Kaysha Walford, Davis, Chisholm and Yael Pasumansky, 50.01) and Brittany Blaskovich (pole vault, 11-0).

Winners for Juanita were Santiago Varela (110 hurdles, 15.86) and Aiyah Smart (high jump, 5-0).

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