Bellingham girls win 11 events

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDApril 26, 2013 

Olivia Halverson won three events to lead the Bellingham girls track and field team to 11 event wins against Lynden in a Northwest Conference double dual meet Thursday, April 25, in Lynden.

Halverson won the long jump with a mark of 15 feet, 7 inches, the triple jump with a mark of 31-04 and the high jump with a mark of 5-02.

Lynden won seven events and was led by Kat Webb, who won the 100 with a time of 13.31 seconds, and Lily Taylor won the 300 hurdles in 52.65.

Lynden High School

100: Kat Webb (Lynden) 13.31; 200: Crystal Cochrane (Bellingham) 28.12; 400: Mia Hodges (Bellingham) 59.64; 800: Leah Veldhuisen (Bellingham) 2:33.25; 1,600: Alexa Shindruk (Lynden) 5:38.76; 3,200: Jaime Korner (Bellingham) 12:50.50; 100 hurdles: Annie Waddell (Bellingham) 17.73; 300 hurdles: Lily Taylor (Lynden) 52.65; 4x100 relay: Bellingham (Crystal Cochrane, Chantal Tran, Annie Waddell, Alyssa Porter) 50.05; 4x200 relay: Lynden (Jayme Smits, Cassidee Barclay, Kat Webb, Maddi Hommes) 1:51.18; 4x400 relay: Bellingham (Annie Waddell, Hattie North, Izzi Roberts, Brittany Western) 4:33.25; High jump: Olivia Halverson (Bellingham) 5-02; Long jump: Olivia Halverson (Bellingham) 15-07; Triple jump: Olivia Halverson (Bellingham) 31-04; Shot put: Kayla Bajema (Lynden) 25-08; Discus: Maddi Hommes (Lynden) 97-01; Javelin: Shelby Jacob (Lynden) 118-08; Pole vault: Ellie Kindlund (Bellingham) 8-00.

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