Clark, Dank lead Sehome girls' track and field to win over Lynden



Both Sehome's Jessa Clark and Katrina Dank won multiple events to lead the Mariners' girls' track and field team to a 104-46 win against Lynden during a dual meet Wednesday, April 9, at Lynden High.

Clark won the triple jump with a mark of 33 feet, 11.25 inches and won the long jump with a leap of 15-08.50. Dank won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 17.61 seconds and won the 300 hurdles with a 49.31.

Lynden distance runner Alexa Shindruk won both the 1,600 and the 3,200.

The Mariners won 12 events, and the Lions won six.

At Lynden High School

Team scores: Sehome 104, Lynden 46

100: Sarah Dolese (Sehome) 12.99; 200: Kat Webb (Lynden) 28.46; 400: Dana Ringler (Sehome) 1:02.09; 800: Kate Rose (Sehome) 2:32.15; 1,600: Alexa Shindruk (Lynden) 5:35.42; 3,200: Alexa Shindruk (Lynden) 13:15.02; 100 hurdles: Katrina Dank (Sehome) 17.61; 300 hurdles: Katrina Dank (Sehome) 49.31; 4x100 relay: Lynden (Jasmyne Neria, Sarah Diacogiannis, Hailey DiLorenzo, Kat Webb) 52.43; 4x200 relay: Sehome (Sarah Dolese, Elsa Sandeno, Bridget Henry, Kendra Thomas) 1:47.82; 4x400 relay: Lynden (Mya Sires, Lily Taylor, Hailey Di Lorenzo, Jasmyne Neria) 4:26.95; High jump: Bridget Henry (Sehome) 5-02.00; Long jump: Jessa Clark (Sehome) 15-08.50; Triple jump: Jessa Clark (Sehome) 33-11.25; Shot put: Chanelle Eddy (Sehome) 36-04.50; Discus: Bodie Medler (Sehome) 97-08; Javelin: Shelby Jacob (Lynden) 121-09; Pole vault: Ashley Mindnich (Sehome) 9-06.00.

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