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State champ, podium spots for Mount Si High track team

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Mount Si girls track's state 4x200 relay competitors: Richmond, Hutchison, Guyer, Hurley.
— image credit: Photo by Robert Wachtendonk Photography

Mount Si had one state champion and more than a dozen state track competitors take the podium in their events at the track and field championships in Tacoma.

The Mount Si boys track team took seventh at the WIAA state track and field championships, held at Mount Tahoma Stadium May 23, 24 and 25. The Wildcat girls finished 34th as a team.

Boys events

Mount Si senior Preston Banks took fourth in the 400 meter dash with a time of 50.12 seconds. Senior Sam Isen took sixth with a time of 50.68 seconds.

Mount Si’s 4-by-400 relay team of Sam Isen, Devin Sharps, Sean Hyland, Preston Banks, Jimbo Davis and Bradly Stevens took fifth place with 3:24.57.

Jon Proctor was 12th in the boys high jump with five feet, 10 inches. Davis tied for fifth in the pole vault with 13 feet.

Stevens took first in flight 2 of the javelin throw with 198 feet, one inch.

Girls events

Mount Si’s 4-by-200 relay team of Karlie Hurley, Mackenzie Hutchison, Hannah Richmond, Jesse Guyer, Madeleine Hutchison and Pauline Kaczmarek took fifth with 1:46.38.

Ashley Jackson took fifth in flight one of the long jump with 16 feet, 2.25 inches.

Andrea Suttle took sixth in flight one of the girls shot put event with 31 feet, 6.67 inches.

Kristen Kasel of Mount Si took fourth with a 98-foot, 10-inch discus throw. Suttle took seventh in discus with 92 feet, 10 inches.

Photos by Robert Wachtendonk Photography

Above, Mount Si's state-competitor 4-by-400 boys relay team.

 

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