Spring season roundup

Results from the KingCo 4A/GSL bi-district track meet on May 16-17 at McKenzie Stadium in Vancouver. Athletes had to finish in the top four of an event to advance to the 4A state meet May 23-24 in Pasco.

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LW and Juanita results for the week of May 11-17.

Track

Results from the KingCo 4A/GSL bi-district track meet on May 16-17 at McKenzie Stadium in Vancouver. Athletes had to finish in the top four of an event to advance to the 4A state meet May 23-24 in Pasco.

Lake Washington came in ninth, with 34 points. Juanita finished 16th, with nine points.

Lake Washington’s Matt Hanson finished second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.02 seconds.

Juanita’s Trevor Roush finished second in the 400-meter dash with a time of 49.75.

Hanson and Roush will advance to the state meet.

Lake Washington’s Tim Hobbs missed the cut in the 800-meter by one second. The Kangs’ Ian Story missed the cut by less than two tenths of a second in the 110-meter hurdles.

Lake Washington girls to advance include: Alix Boyd, who finished fourth in the 800 meter, Brieccia Lewis, in the 100-meter hurdles, and Lacy Newbold and Molly Enger in the 300-meter hurdles.

Juanita sophomore Sabrina Grandke-Bawab placed third in the shot put and will advance. “Breezy” Rinehart-Young finished fourth in the high jump and will advance.

Golf

While no golfers advanced, Juanita and Lake Washington each had strong showings at the District 2 golf tournament at Snohomish.

Lake Washington finished seventh as a team, with 28.5 points. Juanita came in eighth, with 14 points.

Kangs’ sophomore Jordan Kaindl finished in 19th place (top 13 advance). Junior Kellan Jones placed 26th and freshman Stephanie Schoeppel finished 18th.

Juanita junior Rebekah Chaney came in 22nd, while teammate Caitlin Terashima finished 29th.


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