Mount Si track and field has strong performance against Newport

  • Tuesday, April 11, 2017 2:42pm
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The Mount Si track and field team competed in a regular season meet against Newport on Wednesday, April 5. Mount Si boys beat Newport 78-70 and Mount Si girls lost, 67-79.

Against Newport, Mount Si’s Jacob Belceto took the top spot in the 100 and 200 meter races with times of 11.46 and 23.46 seconds. Sophia Hulet lead the Mount Si girls in those events, finishing second in the 100 with 13.94 seconds, and third in the 200, with 29.21 seconds.

Mount Si boys won the 400, 800 and 1600 meter races as well. Sal Passantino took first in the 400, and Joe Waskom won both the 800 and 1600 meter races. Similarly, Mount Si’s Sarah Creighton and Hannah Waskom placed first and second in the 800. Waskom won the 1600, as well.

Mount Si students also took wins in some of the field events. For the girls, Abbigal Triou won the shot put and discus, Tatum Dalgleish won the girls triple jump. On the boys side, Ezra Bacon-Gershman won shot put and Logan Milks won discus.

Their next regular meet will be on Thursday, April 20, against Eastlake at Mount Si High School.

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