Eastlake boys sprint to KingCo track and field title; Skyline’s Dalzell, Daugherty dominate | Prep sports news

The KingCo track and field championships saw a number of local preps bring home titles and punch district spots

Senior Troy Lewis won the 100 and 200 meter dashes, and teamed with twin brother Drew to lead a pair of relay victories and help Eastlake to the 4A KingCo track and field championship May 16 at Redmond High School, well in front of second place Garfield.

Troy took the 100 in 10.90 seconds, with Drew in third, and came back to win the 200 in 21.85, as Matt Morrison finished fifth and Drew sixth.

Morrison was also second in the 400, and held down a leg in both the 400 and 1,600 meter relays, as the Wolves picked up dominating wins in both races.

Junior Brandon Naluai was second in the 110 and 300 meter hurdles, and Eastlake also got top-three finishes from Eric Uhlar in the pole vault and Joshua Colbert in the triple jump.

Senior Joseph Ellis’ discus title, which came with a best throw of 160 feet, four inches, also helped push Eastlake over the top.

Caleb Peterson won the javelin throw for Issaquah to earn the best finish of the day for the Eagles’ boys, winning with a throw of 156 feet, seven inches to claim the conference title and move to the district meet.

Jake Nienhuis was second in the 200 in 22.53, and finished third in the 400 in 50.15. Rhoddy Jensen was fifth in the discus.

Skyline’s Brendan Long was fifth in the 800 meters in a time of 1:59.52, and also helped his team to a second place finish in the 1,600 meter relay along with Jack Welch, Joseph Bretl and Tyler Ma.

Bryan Lee was second in the shot put with a throw of 47 feet, five inches, and also finished second in the discus throw.

Dalzell, Daugherty lead Skyline girls

Senior Dorie Dalzell won the 400 meter dash in 56.65, and also finished third in the 100 meters and second in the 200 meters for Skyline, leading the Spartans girls to a second place team finish.

Alexis Daugherty also had a stellar day for coach Dawn Geiser, taking the 800 and 1,600 meter races in runaway fashion.

The Skyline senior ran 2:09.81 to take the 800 and ended the 1,600 with an even wider margin, as her time of 5:03.55 was nearly five full seconds in front of the second place finisher.

Brandi Hughes and Nicole Cox teamed with Dalzell and Daugherty to finish second in the 1,600 meter relay.

Issaquah junior Cayla Seligman won the 3,200 for Issaquah in 10:43.38, and finished second in the 1,600.

Senior Gabrielle Gevers finished fourth in the 200 meters in her final KingCo track meet. Gevers, Mack Wieburg, Alia Sugarman and Bella Foos won the 800 meter relay for the Eagles in 1:42.60, and Amanda Chalfant replaced Sugarman as Issaquah also took the championship in the 1,600 meter relay. Wieburg was also second in the high jump and just an inch off an individual KingCo title.

Pia Richards was second in the 3,200 for Eastlake, and Anastasia Kosykh was fourth in the 1,600. Ellie Woerner finished second in the 100 meter hurdles and third in the 300 meter hurdles. She teamed with Anna Carskaden, Audrey Knutson and Madelyn Kennedy to finish second in the 800 meter relay.

Derese Litzsey-Adams was second in the shot put, as the Eastlake girls finished fourth in the team scoring just in front of Issaquah. Inglemoor won the girls title.

The 4A district track and field meet is May 21 and 23 at Lake Stevens High School, with 4A state meet spots on the line.