Carlson has big day for LC boys

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDMarch 27, 2014 

CARLSON HAS BIG DAY FOR LC BOYS

Lynden Christian's Logan Carlson took top marks in the javelin (122 feet, seven inches) and high jump (5-08) while also running a leg in the Lyncs' winning 4x400 relay team, capping what was a strong meet for both him and his team on Thursday, March 27, at Anacortes High School.

Blaine, which also competed in the meet, got a strong performance from Josiah Westbrook in multiple events. Westbrook took home wins in the 100 (11.39 seconds), 200 (23.40) and he ran a leg in the winning 4x100 relay team (46.10).

Steven Crafts, Jon Fakkema and Gage Lott also earned individual wins for the Borderites. Crafts won the long jump with a mark of 20-03; Fakkema won the discus (136-08) and Lott won the pole vault (10-00).

For the Lyncs, Josh Lingbloom won the 800 with a time of 2:19.00, and Andrew Vander Mey won the triple jump with a distance of 35-00.

Anacortes High School

100: Josiah Westbrook (Blaine) time: 11.39; 200: Josiah Westbrook (Blaine) time: 23.40; 400: Jared Hanson (Anacortes) time: 57.40; 800: Josh Lingbloom (LC) time: 2:19.00; 1,600: Zak Roxborough (Anacortes) time: 4:47.00; 3,200: Zak Roxborough (Anacortes) time: 10:46.00; 110 hurdles: Zach Vance (Anacortes) time: 18.60; 300 hurdles: Zach Vance (Anacortes) time: 44.82; 4x100 relay: Blaine (Josiah Westbrook, Steven Crafts, Layton Hagee, Alfonso Dermendziev) time: 46.10; 4x400 relay: Lynden Christian (Josh Friberg, Logan Carlson, Sam Vander Griend, Nathan Rusnak) time: 3:52.00; High jump: Logan Carlson (Lynden Christian) mark: 5-08.00; Long jump: Steven Crafts (Blaine) mark: 20-03.00; Triple jump: Andrew Vander Mey (Lynden Christian) mark: 35-00.00; Shot put: Joe Kooiman (Lynden Christian) mark: 43-06.50; Discus: Jon Fakkema (Blaine) mark: 136-08; Javelin: Logan Carlson (Lynden Christian) mark: 122-07; Pole vault: Gage Lott (Blaine) mark: 10-00.00.

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