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3/26 Weekly Update and Last Meet's Highlights

By Coaching Staff, 03/27/18, 8:30AM PDT


  • Monday 3/26 practice
  • Tuesday 3/27 practice
  • Wednesday 3/28 Pasta Feed in commons - First distribution of Swag
  • Thursday 3/29 4:00 Woodinville at Eastlake- pick up Brown Bear & Swag at concession stand
  • Friday  3/30 practice
  • NEXT WEEK: SPRING BREAK - event coaches will let the athletes know their individual practice plans for break.
Our last pasta feed was very much appreciated by all the athletes who attended.  On their behalf, thank you to each of the 45 families that contributed to it's success.  That being said, we have two opportunities in which families can help again this week, Wednesday's pasta feed and Thursday at our first home meets.  The sign up for both are available here.  No experience is necessary to help at a meets, we need a lot of recording of marks and measuring of field events. It is an excellent way to be close to the action and interact with the athletes. High School track meets are completely run by volunteers and don't use any paid officials. 

We will have the swag (sweatshirts, shirts, racing shorts and sweats)  available for pick up at the pasta feed so the athletes have it forThursday's meet.

We will be distributing the Brown Bear car wash tickets at the concession stand during the meet, and any swag not picked up before.

Thank you for to all the families who have donated.  If your employer matches charitable donations and volunteer hours, please take advantage of their program. We are registered with Starbucks, Boeing, Microsoft, and Costco.  Submit using Wolfpack EIN 77-0616862   PURPOSE: Eastlake Wolfpack and specify the sport as this is an umbrella organization for the booster clubs at the high school.

See you at our home meet Thursday and thank you in advance for all your help we are seeking this week. 


  Don't forget to pick up your car wash tickets at the concession stand  during the meet. - Thanks for supporting Eastlake Track & Field.



Congratulations to Bowman Starr and Brooke Manson for their amazing state rankings after the first week of track and field in Washington.  Starr, who broke his own school record at the Skyline Jamboree last week with a vault of 15’0, has the top mark in the state across all divisions.  Manson, who will compete for the University of Utah next year, is ranked second in 4A in the 1600 with a time of 5:10.4 and 5th in the 400m with a 1:00.5 clocking.  Both marks were also recorded at the jamboree.  

THURSDAY"S MEET: Bothell/Skyline
The entire squad competed in the first official meet of the season at Skyline on Thursday in a tri-meet that included Bothell on a very cold and rainy day.  Highlights of the meet included double victories for hurdler Olivia Harris who won the 100m event with a 17.58 clocking and the 300m hurdles in a time of 50.38.  The trio of Amie Benoit, Rebecca Kopper and Amy Poole  also excelled for the Wolves by sweeping the Pole Vault.  Benoit won with a mark of 7’6 and Kopper and Poole came in second and third with 7’0 vaults.  


Additional winners for the Wolves included:

  • Nate Pendelton:  800m -1:59.65 (PR)
  • Isobel McCann, Nicole Adams, Abigail Beckstead, Ellie Talius:  4x100m relay- 53.95


  • 110 Hurdles:  Cooper Williams (PR)
  • 100m:  Nicole Adams
  • 300m hurdles:  Cooper Williams (PR), Cameron Stuart, Elise Sneaker
  • 400m:  Adarsh Mulupuru (PR)
  • 800m:  Alexia Bryant (PR)
  • Shot Put:  Sam Marks
  • Discus:  Dorthy Bergquist
  • Javelin:  Travis Swiger, Julia Lustig
  • Triple Jump:  Larry Shan
  • High Jump:  Cole Standby
  • Pole Vault:  Travis Swiger (PR), Logan Perkins (PR)
  • Long Jump:  Natalia Rojas-Mitutin (PR)

SATURDAY"S MEET - Kent Meridian Invitational 
The Wolves did not allow an early morning snowfall on Saturday morning to dampen their resolve at the Kent Meridian Invitational.  Three student-athletes brought home first place finishes and many of them placed and or recorded personal records.  Leading the way  were the pole vaulters with both Bowman Starr and Ellie Talius claiming victories.  Starr, who is currently ranked as the top vaulter in the state won in the boys event with a 15’-0 mark.  Talius, in her outdoor debut, following an amazing indoor season, in which she was ranked second nationally and won the prestigious Husky Classic, easily claimed victory with a 11’-0 vault.  EHS’s third win was claimed by WSU recruit Nate Pendleton who won the 3200m in a great early seasoning clocking of 9:24.2., which is currently the top time in the state across all divisions.

In addition to the winners quite a few Wolves had exceptional performances and placed in this large invitational:

Second Place:

  • Aimee Benoit-Pole Vault:  9’-0
  • Declan Scallen, Logan Perkins, Adarsh Mulupuru and Nate Pendelton- 4x400m relay:  3:33

Third Place:

  • Cooper Williams-300m hurdles:  42.02 (PR)
  • Abigail Beckstead-Freshmen 100m:  13.53
  • Kenzie Feinglas, Nicole Adams, Abigail Beckstead, Nicole Foster-4x100m relay:  52.57

Fourth Place:

  • Rocco Paduano- Freshmen 100m:  12.02 (PR)

Fifth Place:

  • Chase Randall-110m hurdles:  16:44

Sixth Place:

  • Nicholas LeBlanc-110m hurdles:  16:55(PR)
  • Cameron Stuart-300m hurdles:  43.3

Seventh Place:

  • Travis Swiger-Javelin:  143-11
  • Grady Robinson, Braden Young, Soham Paul and Rocco Paduano-4x100m relay:  46.17