Sehome sweeps city track meet

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDMarch 28, 2014 

Sehome's boys' and girls' track teams swept Bellingham and Squalicum in a double duel between the city schools on Friday, March 28, at Civic Stadium. The Mariners' boys team won 94-50 over Bellingham and by the same score over Squalicum. The girls won 96-54 over the Red Raiders and 119-25 over the Storm.

In the third boys' duel, Bellingham beat Squalicum 88-54, and in the third girls' duel, the Red Raiders scored a 97-53 win over the Storm.

"It was great to see the three city schools get going," Sehome coach Kevin Ryan said in a phone interview. "Track is just so deep in this city. It was good for the younger kids to see a high-energy meet."

Sehome's Emily Pittis was the big winner, coming in first in the 800 (2 minutes, 33.7 seconds), 1,600 (5 minutes, 32.4 seconds) and 3,200 (12 minutes, five seconds).

"Emily ran a conservative, smart race today," Ryan said.

Daniel Ziegler also starred for Sehome. He won the 100 (11.52 seconds) and the 200 (23.6 seconds) for the Mariners.

"Ziegler is doing really well," Ryan said. "He showed improvement in the 200."

Other multiple event winners were Sehome's Nick Saupe (110 and 300 hurdles), Bellingham's Tristan Hurley (long jump and triple jump) and Sehome's Drew Norvell (discus and shot put).

Bellingham won three (boys' 4x100, girls' 4x100 and girls' 4x200) of the five relays on the day. Squalicum took the boys' 4x400 relay and Sehome won the boys' 4x400 relay.

The Red Raiders other winners were Benjamin Doucette (high jump), Annie Waddell (300 hurdles) and Ellie Kindlund (triple jump). Squalicum's victors also included Chris Fredlund (1,600), Nick Gallaher (3,200) and Kirsten Webber (pole vault).

Sehome rounded out its wins with victories in the 400 (Trevor Northrop and Dana Ringler), 800 (Zane Markosian), 100 hurdles (Katrina Dank), high jump (Bridget Henry), long jump (Camille Christienson), shot put (Chanelle Eddy), discus (Melanie Cahill), javelin (David Roy and Bodie Medler) and pole vault (Blaise Black).

Boys

At Civic Stadium

Team scores: Sehome 94, Bellingham 50; Sehome 94, Squalicum 50; Bellingham 88, Squalicum 54

100: Daniel Ziegler (Sehome) 11.52; 200: Daniel Ziegler (Sehome) 23.60; 400: Trevor Northrop (Sehome) 52.62; 800: Zane Markosian (Sehome) 2:02.4; 1,600: Chris Fredlund (Squalicum) 4:39.7; 3,200: Nick Gallaher (Squalicum) 10:05.0; 110 hurdles: Nick Saupe (Sehome) 15.59; 300 hurdles: Nick Saupe (Sehome) 41.46; 4x100 relay: Bellingham (Christian Amano, Benjamin Doucette, Isaiah White, Kailen Hayes) 43.68; 4x400 relay: Squalicum (Kobe Clark, Tyler Ho, Justin Ho, Neall Koetje) 3:39.66; High jump: Benjamin Doucette (Bellingham) 5-10.00; Long jump: Tristan Hurley (Bellingham) 19-05.25; Triple jump: Tristan Hurley (Bellingham) 37-04.25; Shot put: Drew Norvell (Sehome) 47-08.50; Discus: Drew Norvell (Sehome) 153-01; Javelin: David Roy (Sehome) 126-10; Pole vault: Blaise Black (Sehome) 11-00.00.

Girls

At Civic Stadium

Team scores: Sehome 96, Bellingham 54; Sehome 119, Squalicum 25; Bellingham 97, Squalicum 53

100: Alyssa Porter (Bellingham) 12.76; 200: Alyssa Porter (Bellingham) 26.80; 400: Dana Ringler (Sehome) 1:02.3; 800: Emily Pittis (Sehome) 2:33.7; 1,600: Emily Pittis (Sehome) 5:32.4; 3,200: Emily Pittis (Sehome) 12:05.0; 100 hurdles: Katrina Dank (Sehome) 18.41; 300 hurdles: Annie Waddell (Bellingham) 50.0; 4x100 relay: Bellingham (Annie Waddell, Mia Hodges, Mary Dyrland, Alyssa Porter) 50.08; 4x200 relay: Bellingham (Hattie North, Emma Brice, Katie Linton, Crystal Cochrane) 1:53.24; 4x400 relay: Sehome (Maya Smith, Kate Rose, Aili Emory, Emily Pittis) 4:24.73; High jump: Bridget Henry (Sehome) 5-00.0; Long jump: Camille Christienson (Sehome) 15-00.50; Triple jump: Ellie Kindlund (Bellingham) 31-04.50; Shot put: Chanelle Eddy (Sehome) 34-11.75; Discus: Melanie Cahill (Sehome) 106-02; Javelin: Bodie Medler (Sehome) 97-07; Pole vault: Kirsten Webber (Squalicum) 12-00.

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