Lake Washington’s Cody Wilson (5) speeds to first place in the 100-meter run in 11.18 during the April 19 track and meet versus Juanita and Redmond at Lake Washington High. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Lake Washington’s Cody Wilson (5) speeds to first place in the 100-meter run in 11.18 during the April 19 track and meet versus Juanita and Redmond at Lake Washington High. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Speeding to a first-place performance

  • Friday, April 20, 2018 5:11pm
  • Sports

Lake Washington’s Cody Wilson (5) speeds to first place in the 100-meter run in 11.18 during the April 19 track and meet versus Juanita and Redmond at Lake Washington High. Other Lake Washington winners were: Xavier Betancourt (200), 4×100 relay (Samuel Showalter, Betancourt, Franco Oliveri and Wilson), Brady Gockel (shot put and javelin), Jacob Smith (discus), James Lane (pole vault), Yael Pasumansky (100), Thayer Davis (200), Gracie Sturdevant (400), Claire Cocales (800), Taryn Chisholm (100 and 300 hurdles), 4×100 relay (Kaysha Walford, Davis, Chisholm and Pasumansky), 4×200 relay (Walford, Ari Issa, Sturdevant and Davis), 4×400 relay (names not available), Haimanot Hansen (javelin) and Mathilda Smith (high jump). Juanita winners were Erin Petrov (1,600) and Katrina Teo (pole vault).

The double-dual meet head-to-head scores were:

BOYS

Redmond 90 – LW 55

LW 78 – Juanita 67

Redmond 107 – Juanita 38

GIRLS

LW 88 – Redmond 62

LW 85 – Juanita 64

Redmond 78 – Juanita 66

Juanita’s Katrina Teo clears the pole vault in 10-9 on April 19. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Juanita’s Katrina Teo clears the pole vault in 10-9 on April 19. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

More in Sports

Soccer and hockey take center stage on vacation / Sports Scene

When you’re on vacation, you might as well pack as many vital… Continue reading

Lake Washington Kangaroos senior Torin Montgomery, right, leaps for a rebound against the Interlake Saints in a loser-out playoff game on Feb. 6 at Newport High School in Factoria. Interlake defeated Lake Washington 51-50. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Kangaroos lose to Saints in loser-out playoff game on the hardwood

Interlake sophomore Derek Kramer knocks down game-winning free throw.

Lake Washington junior guard Jen Estes (pictured) drives to the hoop for a basket against the Bellevue Wolverines in the 3A KingCo tournament championship game on Feb. 6 at Newport High School in Factoria. The Kangaroos defeated the Wolverines 53-43. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography
Kangaroos conquer Wolverines in 3A KingCo title game

Stingy defense propels Lake Washington to a win against Bellevue.

Lake Washington wrestlers perform well at sub-regionals

The Lake Washington Kangaroos wrestling team had five wrestlers advance to the… Continue reading

At long last, Edgar Martinez’s waiting game is over. Photo by clare_and_ben/Flickr
Edgar Martinez finally makes the Hall of Fame

In his last year on the ballot, the Mariner legend and greatest designated hitter of all time gets the Cooperstown call.

Lake Washington’s Pence makes an impact on the gymnastics scene

Kang shines on the floor and can quote ‘The Princess Bride.’

Sportswriter Shaun Scott and his friends Brian Walker and Tony Walker met NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal at Big Chicken restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada on Nov. 24. Courtesy photo
A memorable Vegas trip

Sportswriter Shaun Scott meets one of the best NBA players to ever lace up sneakers.

Most Read