Mia Hodges ran a personal best of 58.99 seconds in the 400 to finish sixth place to lead Bellingham’s girls’ track and field team on Saturday, April 18, at Edgar Brown Stadium.
The Red Raiders 4x400 relay team of Hodges, Hattie North, Emma Brice and Quincy Gale ran a season best 4:10.82 for an 11th-place finish.
The 4x100 relay team of Annie Waddell, Hodges, North and Hannah Bradley ran a time of 50.26 to finish eighth.
North also ran a personal best of 47.89 in the 300 hurdles.
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: Sarah Stavig (Bothell) 11.82; 200: Olivia Ribera (Tahoma) 24.96; 400: Loren Cantrill (Rocky Mountain) 56.90; 800: Sara Naumann (Central Kitsap) 2:19.15; 1,600: Ellie Kallgren (Jesuit) 5:11.32; 3,200: Marika Morelan (St. George’s) 11:08.03; 100 hurdles: Zella Conley (Mead) 14.91; 300 hurdles: Alysha Overland (Moses Lake) 43.44; 4x100: Lewis and Clark (Lanequa Jones, Anna Rodgers, Isabella Millsap, Maya Lebar) 49.14; 4x400: Rocky Mountain (Kaylee Oyler, Loren Cantrill, Megan Boals, Faith Dilmore) 3:57.25; Shot put: Angel Nkwonta (Pullman) 41-03; Discus: Kaitlin Krouse (Chewelah) 139-07; Javelin: Anna Miller (West Valley-Yakima) 142-04; High jump: Andrea Stapleton (Kamiakin) 5-06; Pole vault: Laura Marty (Bishop Blanchet) 13-06; Long jump: Anna Rodgers (Lewis and Clark) 19-01; Triple jump: Saudia James-Heard (Curtis) 40-03.25.