Porter won an individual state title last year with her 12.42-second time in the 100 meter. She is lightning fast and heads into the new season as the sprinting standard in not only the Northwest Conference but the entire Class 2A classification in the state.
Pittis has already put together an outstanding career halfway through her junior year. Pittis won 1,600 and 3,200 meter titles last spring. She has an unmatched work ethic and should contend for more titles this season.
Adams, who also is a force on the wrestling mat, established herself as one of the top pole vaulters in the state, winning a Class 1A title last spring with a vault of 11 feet. She'll undoubtedly be looking to defend her title.
Loreen has established herself as a force in the discus, placing fourth during last year's Class 1A State Championships with a throw of 120-feet, 1-inch. Already she owns the top discus throw among Whatcom County athletes this spring and all indications point toward her competing for a state title in May.
Besides providing strong leadership for the Mountaineers, Phan will be an integral piece to Baker's success. She finished fifth in the 800 during last year's Class 1A State Championships with a time of 2 minutes, 20.63 seconds and again should contend for a state title.
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