Cedarcrest boys, girls track show team spirit at at Kings

Red Wolves runners put out some good marks on Thursday, April 16, against Kings and South Whidbey.

The boys and girls finished second in team scores at the meet, hosted by Kings. For the boys, Luke Driscoll and Matt Erickson led all comers in both the 100- and 200-meter races. Quinn Radbourne won the 800-meter race, breaking the sophomore class record that he already held.  Mitchell Montgomery won the mile, and it was a 1-2-3 finish in the 300-meter hurdles by Dallin Candland, Zach Jordan and Alex Zuvich.  Both boys relays won their races. Ryan McGinnis won the triple jump.

For the girls, Amelia Anderson and Diana Carr went 1-2 in the 3200-meter race. The girls 4x4 team won their race, and Allison Bawden won the high jump. Bailey Parish was a double winner in the long jump and pole vault.

Coach Bruce McClellan noted big changes to the team’s top-ten lists.

“Probably the best part of today was the great team spirit by many members of the squad, as they met their team obligation of running at least one 4x400-meter race,” the coach said. “It is not the favorite of everyone but it was fun to see them cheering each other through the legs.”


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