Bellingham's track and field gets wins from 7 different athletes


The Bellingham boys' track and field team won eight events all from different athletes in a Northwest Conference dual meet at Burlington-Edison on Thursday, May 2.

Sam Gillman gave the Red Raiders a win after running the 1,600 in 5 minutes, 1.1 seconds.

Tanner Aliff ran the 300 hurdles in 44.52 and the 4x400 relay team won with a time of 3:47.4.

Tristan Hurley won the triple jump with a mark of 38 feet, 3.5 inches and Jakob Chamberlin won the javelin with a mark of 133-07.

Bellingham will begin the postseason Wednesday, May 8, at Civic Stadium.


100: Darren Arndt (Burlington-Edison) 12.22; 200: Darren Arndt (Burlington-Edison) 23.70; 400: Tommy Zabelka (Burlington-Edison) 52.98; 800: Wyatt Mullen (Burlington-Edison) 2:10.80; 1,600: Sam Gillman (Bellingham) 5:01.1; 3,200: Jonah Short-Miller (Bellingham) 12:10.12; 110 hurdles: Brandon Grandy (Burlington-Edison) 16.98; 300 hurdles: Tanner Aliff (Bellingham) 44.52; 4x100 relay: Burlington-Edison (n/a) 44.7; 4x400 relay: Bellingham (n/a) 3:47.4; High jump: Benjamin Doucette (Bellingham) 5-06; Long jump: Brandon Grandy (Burlington-Edison) 19-00; Triple jump: Tristan Hurley (Bellingham) 38-03.5; Shot put: Thomas Vazorka (Bellingham) 48-08; Discus: Brennan Hamidou (Burlington-Edison) 126-05; Javelin: Jakob Chamberlin (Bellingham) 133-07; Pole vault: Brandon Grandy (Burlington-Edison).

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