Jakob Chamberlin threw a personal record of 160 feet in the discus to lead Bellingham’s boys’ track and field team at Pasco Invitational on Saturday, April 18, at Edgar Brown Stadium.
Benjamin Doucette ran a personal record of 14.36 seconds in the 110 hurdles and is closing in on the 56-year old record, Bellingham coach Bill McClement said in a phone interview.
The Red Raiders 4x100 team made up of Payton Porter, Doucette, Tanner Aliff and Isaiah White ran a time of 43.58, good for fifth place in the meet.
Kieran Lewis set a new personal record in the triple jump with a mark of 40 feet, 8 inches.
Bellingham will compete next in the Northwest Conference championships at 3:30 p.m. Friday, April 24, at Civic Stadium.
At Edgar Brown Stadium
100: Phillip Moore (Eastmont) 10.45; 200: Jonah Mathews (Fife) 21.93; 400: Ryan Croson (Bothell) 49.15; 800: Hayden Dressel (Mount Spokane) 1:57.38; 1,600: Chandler Teigen (Asotin) 4:19.00; 3,200: Justin Janke (North Central) 9:07.53; 110 hurdles: Nick Johnson (Gonzaga Prep) 14.11; 300 hurdles: Julian Body (Jesuit) 37.55; 4x100: Bothell (Matt Moran, Ryan Knight, Kevin Liu, Ryan Croson) 42.44; 4x400: Eastmont (Jake Ulrich, Drew Whited, Nick McGill, Quintin Porterfield) 3:22.03; Shot put: Jose Padilla (Chelan) 56-11.50; Discus: Logan Feasline (St. Maries) 174-00; Javelin: Hudson Keffer (Central Kitsap) 207-05; High jump: Jakobe Ford (Shadle Park) 6-10; Pole vault: Taylor Barnes (Bishop Blanchet) 15-09; Long jump: Jalen Hicks (Joel Ferris) 21-10.75; Triple jump: Kasin Pendergrass Anderson (Jesuit) 47-04.25.