BRYANT WINS KING CO
GIRLS 4X400M TEAM SETS SCHOOL RECORD
Mae Bryant joined fellow teammates Bowmann Starr (PV) and Ellie Talius (LJ) as King Co champions on Friday night, at the conclusion of the championship meet at Skyline High School, winning the shot put with a 39-06 effort. Bryant will head to the district state qualifying meet as the second ranked shot putter in 4A state.
The girls 4x400m relay team of Talius, Alexia Bryant, Azita Balsara and Brooke Manson also had a spectacular night by setting the school record with a time of 4:01.92, earning a district qualifying second place finish. The time broke a four year old record that was set by a foursome that all competed or currently compete at the Division 1 level in track: Anna Carskaden (Cal Poly), Pia Richards (WSU), Devon Bortfield (WSU), and Anastasia Kosykh (UW).
The hurdlers continued their amazing season with all three boys 300m entrants advancing to the district meet. The trio includes Cooper Williams-2nd place (40.60) PR, Nic LeBlanc-4th place (41.14)PR, and Cameron Stewart-fifth place. Wi-2nd place (15.57)PR and LeBlanc-4th place also qualified in the 110’s. On the girls side, Olivia Harris PR’d in the 300m event and placed 2nd with a time of 47.18. She also claimed a district spot in the 100m hurdles with an 8th place finish.
In the mid-distance and distance events, Manson, who anchored the school record 4x400m team, also qualified for districts in both the 400m and 800m runs by placing second in each of them. As she has for most of the season, the future Utah Ute is the top ranked 800m runner in the state, and the number four in the 4A 400m. Nate Pendleton, a future WSU Coug, also punched his ticket to the district meet in three events by placing 3rd in the 3200m and 5th in the 1600m. He also anchored the 4x400m relay which placed 6th and included Sam Cureton, Adarsh Mulupuru, and Stewart. Cureton and Alexia Bryant also qualified in the 400m with an 8th place (52,12)PR and 7th place finish respectively.
The throwers continued to excel in their season and will be taking a strong contingent to districts. Joining Bryant in the shot put will be fellow throwers Faith Morse (8th) and Samantha Seabrooks (9th). On the boys side, Sam Marks will represent the Wolves (8th place.) Riley Dehmer threw a huge PR in the discus (137-00) placing third and solidifying a spot in district competition. Bryant, with her 5th place finish on Wednesday will represent the Wolves on the girls side in the discus. EHS also qualified three javelin throwers on Wednesday…Emily Mauch (4th), Julia Lustig (5th) and Travis Swiger(6th).
Three pole vaulters will represent EHS at the district meet. King Co Champion Starr will be joined by Talius (2nd) and Amie Benoit (5th).
In the jumps, Larry Shan will double. Already qualifying in the long jump on Wednesday (9th), Shan secured a spot in the triple jump on Friday by placing 4th. King Co long jump champion Talius will join him in the long jump competition and Kenzie Feinglas will join him as a triple jump participant (9th place). Ryan Curran will be EHS’s sole competitor in the high jump, earning his spot by placing 9th on Wednesday.
The sprints squad will take the largest contingent of Wolves to the district meet. Impressively, in the girls 100m, EHS will occupy 4 of the 8 positions in the district final: Talius (2nd), Feinglas (6th), Nicole Adams (7th) and Niclole Foster (8th), Grady Robison will run on the boys side of the event (8th) and will also compete in the 200m (6th place). Shan will add to his busy jumps schedule by also competing in the 200m , in which he ran a personal best (23.11) and placed 5th. Abby Beckstead (27,33) PR who placed 8th and Niclole Adams will represent EHS in the girls 200m. In addition to the girls record setting 4x400m relay, two additional girls teams will make the trip to Seattle for the district meet;
4x100m: Feinglas, Adams, Foster and Beckstead (4th place).
4x200m: Madison Lester, Bella Shaffer, Emma Wells and Isabel Peterson (7th).
KING CO JV MEET
The King Co JV South Division meet, which was held on Thursday at Eastlake, got off to a slow start due to a deluge of rain and hail. The Wolves, however, would not be deterred and went on to boast some amazing performances, with many of the student athletes establishing personal bests.
Winners of the day included:
Braden Young: 100m (11.75) PR & 200m (23.95)PR
Rocco Padano: 400m (53.06) PR
Nate Keller: 800m (2:04.95) PR
Chase Randall: 110m hurdles (15.87) PR
Andrew Plummer: shot put (41-05) PR
Ivan Penev: discus (111-08) PR
Olivia Rothenstien: 3200m (12:34) PR
Rachel Dietrich: shot put (24-06) PR and javelin (74-09) PR
Natalia Rojas-Miluto: pole vault (7-00)
Congratulations to all of the Wolves who scored points:
100m: Isabel Peterson, Emma Wells, Grant Brewer (PR)
200m: Emma Well (PR), Isabel Peterson, Grant Brewer (PR), Declan Scallen (PR)
400m: Ashinin Barry, Declan Scallen
800m: Nathan Zeng
1600m: David Lynn (PR)
3200m: Owen Bloom, Kieran Matthias (PR)
Shot put: Leah Breing (PR), Jacob Allen (PR),
Discus: Rachel Dietrich, Andrew Plummer
Long jump: Spencer Murray
Great Job to the Wolves who ended their season with a PR!
100m: Oliver Wolf, Caden Barrysmith
200m: Caliope Mckinsey, Jane Blisset
400m: Swathi Narayan, Oliver Wolf, Cade Mohrhardt
1600m: Sana Matthias, Mariah Richey, Sarah Ramirez, Ownen Bloom, Larry Ro, Grayson McDowell, Zach Ellis, Kolton Zeng, Oliver Zhang, Evan Chan
3200m: Sana Matthias, John Walton
100m hurdles: Sofia Rojas-Mulutin
Shot Put: Leah Breing, Max Veilloux
Long Jump: Emily Taylor, Swathi Narayan, Ryan Fisher
Discus: Scott Tornquist, Ben Puryea
Javelin: Alex Kabat, Nathan Stromseth
STARR AND TALIUS WIN KING CO - Following Wednesday's meeet
At the end of day one of the King Co Championships Eastlake had crowned two champions. Bowman Starr overcame an injury that he had sustained in the Shoreline Invitational and won with pole vault with a mark of 14-06. Starr heads to the State qualifying district meet tied as the top vaulter in 4A State.
Ellie Tallius also came out on top in the girls long jump competition with a 18’1 effort, which ranks her as number four in the state. She also secured a spot in the 100m final on Friday as the third seed with a 12.7 clocking.
Additional final events that were contested and resulted in Wolves punching their tickets to the district meet which will be held next Wednesday and Friday in Seattle included;
*In the girls javelin Emily Mauch placed fourth with a throw of 102-08 and Julia Lusting placed fifth with a 97-05 effort.
*Travis Swiger ended up in fifth position in the javelin with a mark of 145-0.
*Nate Pendleton placed fifth in the 1600m with the time of 4:20.
*Matehya Bryant ended with a fifth place finish in the discus with a 93-07 effort.
*Sam Marks placed 8th in the shot put with an 44-00 qualifying throw.
*Ryan Curran high jumped 5-08 and will move on to districts.
*Larry Shan placed 9th in the long jump with a leap of 20-04 and will also represent EHS at the district meet.
In the preliminary events the Wolves had a spectacular day with many of the student athletes moving on to Friday’s finals and barring any disqualifications, will represent EHS in the district competition. Notable performances of the day were that four out of the five EHS entrants in the girls 100m moved on to finals. The group included: Talius, Nicole Foster, Nicole Adams and Kenzie Feinglas. In addition, all three boys 300m hurdlers qualified for the finals which included Cooper Williams, Nic LaBlanc and Cameron Stuart.
Also moving on to the district competition for the Wolves are:
Olivia Harris-100m hurdles & 300m hurdles
Brooke Manson-400m & 800m
Grady Robison-100m & 200m
Nic LaBlanc-110m hurdles
Cooper Williams-110m hurdles