Meridian’s Nick Miller and Collin Magnusson each won three events to lead the Meridian boys’ track and field team to a 97-39 win against Nooksack Valley on Thursday, March 19, at Meridian High School.
Miller ran winning times of 11.54 seconds in the 100, a 23.32 in the 200 and a 52.66 in the 400.
Magnusson won the 800 (2:06.51), the 1600 (4:49.52) and the 3200 (10:26.97).
“It was a strong early season performance for Nick. Great early season times. Our seniors had a strong meet for the first meet of the season,” Meridian coach Patrick Ames said in a phone interview.
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Nooksack Valley’s Colton Kautz won the shot put with a throw of 40 feet, nine inches. Aaron Bosscher won the high jump with a five-feet, eight-inch performance.
Meridian’s next meet is on Wednesday, March 25, at Mount Baker. Nooksack Valley travels to Seattle Academy next on Saturday, March 21.
100: Nick Miller (Meridian) 11.54; 200: Nick Miller (Meridian) 23.32; 400: Nick Miller (Meridian) 52.66; 800: Collin Magnusson (Meridian) 2:06.51; 1,600: Collin Magnusson (Meridian) 4:49.52; 3,200: Collin Magnusson (Meridian) 10:26.97; 110 hurdles: Isaiah Thompson (Meridian) 16.00; 300 hurdles: Marcus McGuinn (Meridian) 43.26; 4x100: Meridian (Isaiah Thompson, Mack Hughes, Marcus McGuinn, Nick Dritsas) 47.57; 4x400: Nooksack Valley (Connor Beard, Jordan Hem, Conner Jones, Aaron Bosscher) 3:54.39; Shot put: Colton Kautz (Nooksack Valley) 40-09; Discus: Chris Poortinga (Meridian) 122-09; Javelin: Andrew Logan (Meridian) 132-10; High jump: Aaron Bosscher (Nooksack Valley) 5-08; Pole vault: Sam Tanner (Meridian) NH; Long jump: Tre Silva (Nooksack Valley) 18-02.50; Triple jump: Camden Burgess (Meridian) 39-05.00.