Track | Issaquah boys, girls run over Woodvinville

The Issaquah boys track and field team defeated Woodinville 90-55 on Thursday behind 11 first-place finishes. The Eagles were led by Ryan Tiernan's two first places in the 110 high hurdles (15.8 seconds) and 300 hurdles (41), and Kyle Hansen's wins in the 200 (23.4) and long jump (20 feet, 3 inches).

  • Monday, December 19, 2011 11:32am
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The Issaquah boys track and field team defeated Woodinville 90-55 on Thursday behind 11 first-place finishes. The Eagles were led by Ryan Tiernan’s two first places in the 110 high hurdles (15.8 seconds) and 300 hurdles (41), and Kyle Hansen’s wins in the 200 (23.4) and long jump (20 feet, 3 inches). Tiernan was also a member of Issaquah’s winning 400 and 1,600 relay teams, while Hansen was on the 400 team. Other individual winners for the Eagles included Kyle Yee (400), Kevin LeMond (800), Chris Brasino (1,600), Isaac Robinson (3,200) and Michael Baba (javelin).

Issaquah’s girls team also ran away with a victory, beating Woodinville 94-54. The Eagles earned 14 victories, paced by Elaine Tran’s wins in the 100 and 300 hurdles. She finished in 16.3 and 48.3 seconds, respectively. Other individual winners included Riley Foreman (high jump), Jacqueline Watts (triple jump), Eva Perry (pole vault), Johanna Carr (100), Haley Jacobson (200), Blaire Brady (400), Kaley Allison (800), Haida Ikeda (1,600) and Alexa Nelson (3,200). All three relay teams were also victorious. For full results click here .

Eastlake squads grab second in three-team meet

The Eastlake boys finished in second place Thursday in a three-team meet on their home track. Mount Si narrowly edged the Wolves out with 78.5 points. Eastlake earned 75.5, finishing ahead of Juanita’s 24. Eastlake sophomore Marcus Harewood won the 100 (10.88), 200 (22.88) and anchored the winning 400 relay team. Paul Kupcis and Cole Neves also won multiple events. Kupcis took the 800 (2:04.02) and 1,600 (4:36.81), Neves won the 110 hurdles (16.80) and 300 hurdles (43.86). Other winners for the Wolves included Brandon Cole (400) and Devin Bennett (long jump).

The Eastlake girls also finished in second place with 68 points. Mount Si won with 96 and Juanita had 25. First-place finishers for the Wolves included Julia Bicknell (high jump), Megan Batty (1,600) and Sarah Fester (3,200). The 1,600 relay of Batty, Haley O’Connor, Chelsea Orr and Katelyn Steen also took first.

For full meet results click here .




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