Skyline boys take relays, Brady gets two for Eastlake
Skyline finished third and Eastlake fourth at the 4A KingCo track and field championships and both captured titles along the way.
Junior Troy Lewis was fourth for the Wolves in the 100 meters, finishing in 11.18 seconds, just in front of Skyline’s Blake Young.
Lewis was second in the 200 for Eastlake as well while teammate Jordan Oldenburg was second in the 800 and fourth in the 1600.
Trevon Clark finished third for Skyline in the 400 meters and fifth in the 300 hurdles, with Keegan Symmes earning a fifth place finish in the 1600 and third in the 3200 for the Spartans.
Justin Mach, Blake Young, Andrew Millett and Clark teamed to win the 400 meter relay title for Skyline, while Lorenzo Agogliati replaced Mach on the championship winning 1600 meter relay team.
Eastlake’s group of Liam Doyle, Josh Horton, Drew Lewis and Ryan Meinhardt was third in the 400 meter relay and Matt Morrison replaced Horton in the 1600 meter relay, where the Wolves were also third.
Bryan Lee was third in the shot put for Skyline and second in the discus, while Garret Corlis was second in the javelin.
Daniel Brady won the high jump for Eastlake with a mark of 6-00, and also took the triple jump at 43-09.50.
Corlis was fifth in the triple jump for Skyline and eighth in the long jump. Adam Soennichsen was fifth in the pole vault for Eastlake.
Spartans second on girls side, Woerner dominates hurdles for Eastlake
Skyline finished second in the team scoring on the girls side, bolstered by its performance in a pair of relays and a handful of other top finishers.
Nicole Cox, Alexis Daugherty, Dorie Dalzell and Kaylie Greninger won the 800 meter relay for the Spartans in 1:43.74.
Maria Volodkevich replaced Cox in the 1600 meter relay, where Skyline was third behind Inglemoor and champion Issaquah.
Grace Englund led that group, along with Gabrielle Gevers, Mack Wieburg and Juliana da Cruz, winning in a time of 3:55.10.
Gevers was fifth for Issaquah in the 100 and second in the 200, with Dalzell fourth for Skyline in the 200.
Daugherty finished second in the 800 and 400, ending just in front of da Cruz and Dalzell in the 400.
Cayla Seligman ran fourth for Issaquah in the 1600 and teammate Ellie Clawson was sixth in the 3200.
Ellie Woerner won the 100 hurdles for Eastlake in 14.86a nd took the 300 hurdles in 46.11. Brooke Calhoun, Jory Giesa, Madelyn Kennedy and Audrey Knutsen were third in the 400 meter relay.
Freshman Bridget Robertson was fourth in the shot put while Skyline’s Vaiva Snapkauskaite was sixth.
Maggie Douglas was the second place finisher in the discus for Eastlake, with Skyline’s Kara Alden fourth.
Ashley Richardson won the high jump for Skyline, with teammate Marissa Fortier in second and Eastlake’s Nicole Radar and Issaquah’s Mack Wieburg tied for fourth.
Anna Carskaden finished fourth for Eastlake in the long jump, while Issaquah’s Mckenna Hogan was second in the long jump and triple jump. Hogan’s marks were both personal bests, and her jump of 17-06 in the long jump was also good for the school record, which stood for nearly four decades.