Squalicum's Hunter Hanlon wins three events at Civic


Squalicum's Hunter Hanlon was the star of the day at a track meet between Ferndale, Blaine and Squalicum on Wednesday, April 9, at Civic Stadium. Hanlon won three individual events (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles and high jump).

Squalicum's team only won two other events for a total of five. Wyatt Lavigueure won the 800 meter and Nick Gallaher won the 1,600 meter.

Blaine and Ferndale both won six events.

The Borderites were led by Josiah Westbrook, who won the 100- and 200-meter races and also contributed on Blaine's two winning relay teams. Blaine's other winners were Steven Crafts (long jump) and Scott Fortune (triple jump). Fortune was part of both relay teams as well.

The Golden Eagles leader was Shane Stockton, who was part of a dominant effort from Ferndale in the field events. Stockton won the discus and shot put. Kyle Maassen (javelin) and Donovan Campeau (pole vault) were the other field event winners for Ferndale. Daniel Jones (400 meters) and Roberto Aguilera (3,200 meters) rounded out Ferndale's team.

Civic Stadium

Team scores: Information not provided

100: Josiah Westbrook (Blaine) 11.36; 200: Josiah Westbrook (Blaine) 23.38; 400: Daniel Jones (Ferndale) 53.00; 800: Wyatt Lavigueure (Squalicum) 2:13.2; 1,600: Nick Gallaher (Squalicum) 4:36.45; 3,200: Roberto Aguilera (Ferndale) 10:43.3; 110 hurdles: Hunter Hanlon (Squalicum) 16.22; 300 hurdles: Hunter Hanlon (Squalicum) 45.42; 4x100 relay: Blaine (Steven Crafts, Josiah Westbrook, Scott Fortune, Nate Meaker) 46.33; 4x400 relay: Blaine (Scott Fortune, Josiah Westbrook, Riley Fristch, Alfonso Dermendziev) 3:53.64; High jump: Hunter Hanlon (Squalicum) 5-08.00; Long jump: Steven Crafts (Blaine) 20-07.25; Triple jump: Scott Fortune (Blaine) 37-02.50; Shot put: Shane Stockton (Ferndale) 44-01.75; Discus: Shane Stockton (Ferndale) 146-06; Javelin: Kyle Maassen (Ferndale) 146-07; Pole vault: Donovan Campeau (Ferndale) 12-00.00.

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