Mount Si High senior Joe Waskom runs to first place in the 1,600 in 4:14.17 on April 17 at Newport High. That time is tops in the 4A state rankings at press time. He is also first in the 4A state rankings in the 3,200 in 8:56.52, a personal record set at the Arcadia Invitational. Waskom won the 3,200 at 4A state last year with a time of 8:57.66. The strider is first in 4A KingCo and second in 4A state in the 800 with a mark of 1:56.62, also a PR. In the 3,000, Waskom tops the 4A state and district rankings with a 8:24.41, a PR set at Arcadia. Waskom — who won the 4A state cross country title last fall — is first in 4A KingCo and 4A District 2 in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 races. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Mount Si High senior Joe Waskom runs to first place in the 1,600 in 4:14.17 on April 17 at Newport High. That time is tops in the 4A state rankings at press time. He is also first in the 4A state rankings in the 3,200 in 8:56.52, a personal record set at the Arcadia Invitational. Waskom won the 3,200 at 4A state last year with a time of 8:57.66. The strider is first in 4A KingCo and second in 4A state in the 800 with a mark of 1:56.62, also a PR. In the 3,000, Waskom tops the 4A state and district rankings with a 8:24.41, a PR set at Arcadia. Waskom — who won the 4A state cross country title last fall — is first in 4A KingCo and 4A District 2 in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 races. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Mount Si’s Waskom running strong, hitting top times

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Mount Si High senior Joe Waskom runs to first place in the 1,600 in 4:14.17 on April 17 at Newport High. That time is tops in the 4A state rankings at press time. He is also first in the 4A state rankings in the 3,200 in 8:56.52, a personal record set at the Arcadia Invitational. Waskom won the 3,200 at 4A state last year with a time of 8:57.66. The strider is first in 4A KingCo and second in 4A state in the 800 with a mark of 1:56.62, also a PR. In the 3,000, Waskom tops the 4A state and district rankings with a 8:24.41, a PR set at Arcadia. Waskom — who won the 4A state cross country title last fall — is first in 4A KingCo and 4A District 2 in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 races. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

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