Ferndale boys dominate first track meet


Daniel Jones won three events for Ferndale, leading the Golden Eagles' boys' track and field team against Bellingham and Nooksack Valley on Wednesday, March 19, at Nooksack Valley.

Jones took the 100 with a time of 11.73 seconds, the 200 in 23.62 and his winning time for the 400 was 57.19.

"He's a big, strong kid," Nooksack Valley coach Robb Myhre said in a phone interview. "He was definitely faster than the rest today; he just looked like an older, mature, strong boy."

On the girls' side, Bellingham won 11 of the 18 events. The only track event the Red Raiders girls' team lost was the 4x100 relay, which was won by Ferndale's Jordin Bartel, Katelyn Neher, Jillian Monson and Cheyenne Joshua.

Ferndale's Donovan Campeau won the high jump (5 feet, 8 inches) and pole vault (10-00). Shane Stockton won the shot put (42-05) and the discus (136-00) for the Golden Eagles boys' team.

From Nooksack Valley, Robb Myhre was impressed with Aaron Bosscher's high jump performance, where he tied with Campeau, but lost on jump attempts.

At Nooksack Valley

Boys' Team scores: Ferndale 73, Bellingham 67; Bellingahm 105, Nooksack Valley 31; Ferndale 107.5, Nooksack Valley 20.5

100: Daniel Jones (Ferndale) 11.73; 200: Daniel Jones (Ferndale) 23.62; 400: Daniel Jones (Ferndale) 57.19; 800: Jamie Sayegh (Bellingham) 2:19.80; 1,600: Simon Maguire (Bellingham) 4:56.40; 3,200: Roberto Aguilera (Ferndale) 12:31.69; 110 hurdles: Tanner Aliff (Bellingham) 18.23; 300 hurdles: Benjamin Doucette (Bellingham) 46.15; 4x100 relay: Ferndale (Markus Hager, Ben Broselle, Dalton Cristelli, Ryan Pringle) 46.47; 4x400 relay: Bellingham 3:59.28; High jump: Donovan Campeau (Ferndale) 5-08; Long jump: Payton Porter (Bellingham) 18-05; Triple jump: Tristan Hurley (Bellingham) 37-10; Shot put: Shane Stockton (Ferndale) 42-05; Discus: Shane Stockton (Ferndale) 136-00; Javelin: Kyle Maassen (Ferndale) 134-00; Pole vault: Donovan Campeau (Ferndale) 10-00.

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