High School Sports

Doucette, Vail, Overman, Norvell each win pair of events at city meet

Bellingham’s Benjamin Doucette, Squalicum’s Joshua Vail, and Sehome’s Kirby Overman and Drew Norvell each won two individual events in a boys’ track and field meet between the three schools on Thursday, March 19, at Civic Stadium.

Norvell threw a 146-foot, 1-inch mark in the discus and had a 52-02.75 in the shot put. Teammate Tyler Haggen also broke 50 feet in the shot put with a 50-04.75 in the team’s first meet. Overman won the 800 with a time of 2 minutes, 5.59 seconds, and was first in the 3,200 with a time of 10:34.3.

“I’m really proud of the all-around team effort for our first meet,” Sehome coach Kevin Ryan said in a phone interview.

Doucette won the 100 with an 11.38 and won the 300 hurdles with a 42.89. He was also part of the winning 4x100 relay team that ran a 44.44.

Vail won the high jump for Squalicum with a 5-04.00, and took first in the long jump with a 20-00.50.

Sehome won both its duals, 84-60 over Bellingham and 102-42 over Squalicum. Bellingham topped Squalicum 88-55

Bellingham’s next meet is Wednesday, March 25, at Lynden Christian, and Squalicum is at Blaine the same day. Sehome hosts a meet with Anacortes, Ferndale and Nooksack Valley at the same time at Civic Stadium.

At Civic Stadium

Team scores: Sehome 84, Bellingham 60; Sehome 102, Squalicum 42; Bellingham 88, Squalicum 55

100: Benjamin Doucette (Bellingham) 11.38; 200: Josiah Westbrook (Squalicum) 22.71; 400: Langston Engle (Sehome) 53.14; 800: Kirby Overman (Sehome) 2:05.59; 1,600: Colton Johnsen (Sehome) 4:36.4; 3,200: Kirby Overman (Sehome) 10:34.3; 110 hurdles: Tanner Aliff (Bellingham) 16.01; 300 hurdles: Benjamin Doucette (Bellingham) 42.89; 4x100: Bellingham (Tanner Aliff, Kalien Hayes, Isaiah White, Benjamin Doucette) 44.44; 4x400: Sehome (Quinn Iddins, Ian Whitehouse, Dawson Bowhay, Langston Engle) 3:39.17; Shot put: Drew Norvell (Sehome) 52-02.75; Discus: Drew Norvell (Sehome) 146-01; Javelin: Jakob Chamberlin (Bellingham) 132-03; High jump: Joshua Vail (Squalicum) 5-04.00; Kyle Hofstetter (Bellingham) 5-04.00; Pole vault: Justin Ho (Squalicum) 11-06.00; Long jump: Joshua Vail (Squalicum) 20-00.50; Triple jump: Kieran Lewis (Bellingham) 39-03.25.