Grant Scarlett won a pair of events to lead Lynden’s boys’ track team on Wednesday, April 1, at Civic Stadium against Bellingham, Sehome and Mount Baker.
Scarlett won the javelin with a 136-foot, 9-inch throw, and the triple jump with a distance of 39-09.00. Lynden also had a win in the 200 from Trent Postma in 23.68 seconds. Matthias Zamudio was the other individual running winner for Lynden with a 56.21 in the 400.
Bellingham’s Cade Brown won the 3,200 with a time of 10:15.7 to lead the Red Raiders. Bellingham also had wins form Tanner Aliff in the 110 hurdles (16.32) and Benjamin Doucette (11.45).
Sehome’s Tyler Caseria won the 1,600 with a 4:41.3 and Riley Allsop ran a 2:00.1 800 to lead the Mariners’ runners. Drew Norvell won the shot put with a big 52-08.50, good for the state lead in Class 2A by nearly a foot, according to Athletic.net. Tyler Haggen also won the discus (147-02).
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Sehome swept its duals, Lynden beat Mount Baker and Bellingham, and Bellingham topped Mount Baker.
At Civic Stadium
Sehome 96, Bellingham 48; Sehome 77.5, Lynden 66.5; Sehome 124, Mount Baker 15; Lynden 106, Mount Baker 21; Lynden 99, Bellingham 45; Bellingham 84, Mount Baker 44
100: Benjamin Doucette (Bellingham) 11.45; 200: Trent Postma (Lynden) 23.68; 400: Matthias Zamudio (Lynden) 56.21; 800: Riley Allsop (Sehome) 2:00.1; 1,600: Tyler Caseria (Sehome) 4:41.3; 3,200: Cade Brown (Bellingham) 10:15.7; 110 hurdles: Tanner Aliff (Bellingham) 16.32; 300 hurdles: Benjamin Doucette (Bellingham) 41.1; 4x100: Sehome (Nicholas Aristides, Anton Arena, Jacob Thomsen, Connor McGovern) 46.29; 4x400: Lynden (Jacob Heeringa, Bryce Sterk, Jordan Thompson, Trent Postma) 3:36.76; Shot put: Drew Norvell (Sehome) 52-08.50; Discus: Tyler Haggen (Sehome) 147-02; Javelin: Grant Scarlett (Lynden) 136-09; High jump: Nick Faber (Lynden) 5-10.00; Pole vault: Josiah Lyons (Lynden) 11-00.00; Long jump: David Roy (Sehome) 19-11.00; Triple jump: Grant Scarlett (Lynden) 39-09.00.