Lake Washington High’s girls track and field team won the 3A KingCo title. Courtesy photo

Lake Washington High’s girls track and field team won the 3A KingCo title. Courtesy photo

LW girls win league track and field title; Juanita’s Greenwalt notches four crowns

  • Monday, May 13, 2019 1:48pm
  • Sports

Lake Washington High’s girls track and field squad won the 3A KingCo title and Juanita High’s Ryan Greenwalt won 100, 200, 400 and long jump crowns at the KingCo championships at Lake Washington High.

Greenwalt’s marks were 10.92 in the 100, 22.31 in the 200, 49.51 in the 400 and 22-04 in the long jump.

LW boys and girls individual titles went to Luca Andonian in the 800 (1:59.96), Brady Gockel in the javelin (186-06), Thayer Davis in the 100 (12.54) and 200 (25.73), Taryn Chisholm in the 100 hurdles (15.49), Rosa Smith in the high jump (4-10), Tessa Watkins in the pole vault (11-07) and the girls 4×100 relay of Kate Pallemaerts, Smith, Chisholm and Davis (49.42).

On the Juanita side, girls champs were Emma Languein in the 800 (2:24), Julia Ryan in the shot put (36-10) and discus (126-01), Ashley Schroeder in the javelin (118-07) and Jayla Kidd in the long jump (16-08) and triple jump (36-02).

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