Pioneers win eight events at Anacortes

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDMay 3, 2013 

The Nooksack Valley girls' track and field team won eight events in a Northwest Conference meet at Anacortes on Thursday, May 2.

Tori VandeHoef won two events for the Pioneers. VandeHoef won the 100 with a time of 13.58 seconds and the 200 in 28.58.

Haley Vanderheiden won the shot put with a mark of 29-06.75 feet and Ashley Loreen won the discus with a mark of 104-07.

Megan Perry won the pole vault with a mark of 8-06.

The Pioneers begin the postseason Wednesday, May 8.

Anacortes

100: Tori VandeHoef (Nooksack Valley) 13.58; 200: Tori VandeHoef (Nooksack Valley) 28.58; 400: Mackenzie Wight (Anacortes) 1:08.31; 800: Jessica Jose (Nooksack Valley) 2:40.47; 1,600: Araminta Demonte (Anacortes) 6:03.91; 3,200: Amy Jo Murphy (Nooksack Valley) 13:09.43; 100 hurdles: Mackenzie Wight (Anacortes) 17.05; 300 hurdles: Megan Perry (Nooksack Valley) 51.56; 4x100 relay: Anacortes (Lia Ferguson, Raven Tomasko, Elizabeth Novy, Mackenzie Wight) 54.78; 4x200 relay: Anacortes (Emily Mathis, Danielle Long, Brittany Asseln, Raven Tomasko) 2:00.01; High jump: Emma Craft (Anacortes) 5-01; Long jump: Mackenzie Wight (Anacortes) 15-05; Triple jump: Emily Mathis (Anacortes) 28-00; Shot put: Haley Vanderheiden (Nooksack Valley) 29-06.75; Discus: Ashley Loreen (Nooksack Valley) 104-07; Javelin: Tara Augustoni (Anacortes) 90-00; Pole vault: Megan Perry (Nooksack Valley) 8-06.

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