Middle school sports

Girls narrowly lose meet

The eighth-grade Snoqualmie Middle School girls track team lost

a close meet with Beaver Lake last week, 55-50. On the road to an

impressive meet, the team recorded eight first-place finishes.

Finishing first for the Lady Eagles were: Kristen Berndt _

75-meter hurdles, 200-meter run and long jump; Kelly Fletcher _ the 400;

Brittanie Griep _ the 1600; Katie Davidson _ discus; the medley relay team

of Danielle Raver, Jesse Conway, Amy Keogh and Cali Fredrichs; and

the 800-meter relay team of Danielle Arthur, Heidi Lee, Griep and Fletcher.

A second-place finish went to Danielle Raver in the long jump.

Third place finishes went to Amy Keogh in the 400, Daniella Plavsky in the

800, Chandra Rappin in the discus and Lisa Fairbanks in the shot put.

SMS seventh-grade girls roll over Beaver Lake

The seventh-grade girls track team notched a win last week, defeating

the Beaver Lake girls, 72-32.

First place finishes went to Mallory Horsch in the

75-meter hurdles and long jump. Whitney Chelgren picked up a first in the

high jump. The 800-meter relay team of Whitney Beyerlin, Horsch,

Natsumi Asanuma and Mandy Eberl also picked up a first.

Second-place finishers were Shannon Kelley in the 75-meter

hurdles, Rebecca Coffey in the 800-meter run, Chelgren in the 200 and

Autumn Dierking in the shot put.

Chelgren also picked up a third in the 100.

Boys track teams drop meet to Beaver Lake

The seventh-and eighth-grade Snoqualmie Middle School boys

track teams lost to Beaver Lake last week despite some impressive


The eighth-grade boys were led by Michael Keller who placed first in

the 75-meter hurdles with a time of 11.32 seconds. Jarrod Wiegardt placed

second in the 800 meters with a time of 2 minutes 37 seconds. Josiah

Cormier placed second in the 200 with a time of 26.66 seconds and first in the

long jump with a distance of 16-11.

Teammate Nathan Daughtrey took third in the discus with a throw of

90-8 and second in the shot with a distance of 28-6. The team of

Bryan Nichols, Daughtrey, Keller and Cormier recorded a 1:53.25 time in

the 800, good enough for first place.

The seventh-grade boys also put out an impressive showing.

Adam Rothgeb took second in the hurdles with a time of 12.57, second in the

100 with a time of 11.99 and first in the high jump with a leap of 4-4.

Teammate Tom Peterson took first in the 1600 with a time of 5:47

and second in the 800 with a time of 2:50. Rob Jepson took third in the 400

with a time of 1:20.84 while Evan Lloyd took third in the 800 with a time

of 3:05.

Finally, Manch Garhardt took first in the long jump with a distance of

14-3 and second in the shot put with a toss of 28-10.

Alumni game scheduled

The first annual Snoqualmie Middle School Alumni

Basketball Game is scheduled for 7 p.m. on May 12 at Mount Si. The event will

feature SMS alumni attending Mount Si and current SMS students.

One-dollar donations will be accepted at the door with half-time

contests planned, concessions and fun for the whole family. The proceeds

from the event will be used for the school's first "Back to School Supply


Parking for the event will be in back of the Mount Si gym. For

more information call SMS at (425) 831-8450.

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