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1A Boys

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Mon Jun 02, 2003 12:23 pm

This competition featured a very young and talented group. Only 2 seniors among the bunch, and nearly everyone PR'd at their district meets.

My high school (King's) had 3 guys make it. Faidley had an off day. He had just finished the 300 hurdles, and still had the 4x400 ahead of him, so he was not as focused on the pole vault as he might have been. He cleared 10-6.

Dan Stueckle got on a bigger pole for the first time in warmups, and it worked great for him! He cleared 11-9 on his first try, a 3" PR, and good for 6th place.

Robb avoided NH3 (he NH'd as a freshman and soph) and cleared 12'6" for 3rd. He has a lot more in him, but was blowing through his pole the whole meet, and did not feel ready to try a new pole.

The Freeman and Kalama guys looked good as always. They are just sophomores and freshman, so I expect big things out of them in the future!

Man... did my feet hurt after standing in the fieldhouse all day!

I left for the track as soon as these guys were done... just missed the 1A Boys 4x400... but I find out that our girls team is down to Seattle Academy by 1 point heading into the 4x400!

In a very exciting race, we held our lead over SAAS. They got passed in the last 5 meters by another team, giving us the one point victory! :D Our girls won 57-56 and our boys got 4th. Someday we will sweep it all... (the past 2 years, our boys and girls have both won XC, and girls won track).

That was the 3rd consecutive title for our girls, and for the first time in years, we did not win a single event! Somehow, winning by one point was more exciting than the year we won with 160 something points :P

But enough rambling about how much my HS team rocks... here are the 1A boys results!

Boys Pole Vault 1A
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    National:   18-02.25  1999        Eric Eshbach, Orangefield (Texas)        
    2002 1st:      14-01              Jake Depell, Freeman                     
    2002 2nd:      13-00              Kyle Wyle, Royal                         
    2002 3rd:      12-00              Tyler Merck, Seattle Academy             
        WIAA: ! 17-04.75  1969        Casey Carrigan, Orting                   
     1A Meet: #    16-07  1969        Casey Carrigan, Orting                   
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points
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  1   980 Hatch, Kevin        10 Freeman               13-06.00    10  
  2  1442 Sanchez, Joel          Toutle Lake           12-06.00     8  
  3  1059 Waldburger, Robb    11 King's               J12-06.00     6  
  4   990 Sayres, Conor       10 Freeman              J12-06.00     5  
  5  1043 Odem, Jacob          9 Kalama                12-00.00     4  
  6  1056 Stueckle, Dan       11 King's                11-09.00     3  
  7  1537 Kee, Cameron        12 Oroville              11-06.00     2  
  8   805 Jacobson, David     11 Bear Creek            11-00.00     1  
  9  1340 Johnson, Dylan      10 Sea. Academy         J11-00.00  
 10  1050 Faidley, Chris      11 King's                10-06.00  
 11  1296 Perry, Jose          9 Rainier              J10-06.00  
 12   808 Gross, Brett        11 Bellevue Ch.         J10-06.00  
 13  1006 Golding, Gerry       9 Goldendale           J10-06.00  
 14  1336 Garcia, Adrian      11 Royal                 10-00.00  
 15  1009 Patton, Sean        11 Goldendale             9-00.00  
 15   895 Georgeson, Jeff     10 Cle Elum               9-00.00  
 --  1289 Burnett, Tyrel      10 Rainier                     NH  

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Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Mon Jun 02, 2003 12:29 pm

4A girls went about as expected, with the top 4 well ahead of the rest. I know Doria did not do as well as expected, but she'll be the top returner next year. Stevie set a meet record :yes:

4A Girls Pole Vault
Saturday - 9:30 AM - Finals
4A GIRLS POLE VAULT
1 Stevie Marshalek-12, Kentlake 12-06.0
2 Emily Enders-12, Snohomish 12-03.0
3 Sarah Hegna-12, Arlington 12-00.0
4 Doria Holbrook-11, Eisenhower 11-06.0
5 Aimee Hafen-10, Federal Way 10-06.0
6 Cassidy Caldwell-11, Rogers(Sp) 10-00.0
7T Jennifer Tiffany-11, Universit 10-00.0
7T Rachel Goodwin-12, Walla Walla 10-00.0
Andrea Peterson-11, Sumner 10-00.0
Cristina Dressel-12, Olympia 10-00.0
Ashley Blakely-12, Lake Washing 9-06.0
Monica Anderson-11, Bremerton 9-06.0
Katrina Roberson-11, Shelton 9-06.0
Paris Malin-11, Lake Washington 9-00.0
Christina Simunds-12, Stanwood NH
Rachael Mooney-12, Bethel NH


The 3A girls also featured some great jumping and a meet record.

Last year's 3A and 4A state champs jumped the same heights, but did not come up with the victories this time.


3A Girls Pole Vault
Saturday - 12:00 PM - Finals
3A GIRLS POLE VAULT
1 Alli Moore-11, Sehome 12-02.0
2 Lara Jones-11, Lakeside 11-09.0
3 Lynae Newby-12, R.A. Long 11-06.0
4 Piper Petterson-12, Lakeside 11-00.0
5 Courtney Doughty-11, Burlington-Edi10-09.0
6 Sarah Jones-12, Ellensburg 10-06.0
7 Beth Porterfield-12, Bellevue 10-06.0
8 Stefanie Sternagel-11, R.A. Long 10-00.0
Lori Jackson-12, Nathan Hale 10-00.0
Reagan Sutton-12, Sammamish 10-00.0
Jessica Lacambra-10, Cheney 10-00.0
Julie Stone-11, Sehome 10-00.0
Tiffany Millet-12, Sequim 9-06.0
Tessa Sagle-12, Peninsula 9-00.0
Deanna Denmark-10, Highline 8-06.0
Chelsea Gilman-12, Highline 8-06.0
Amy Williams-10, Tumwater 8-06.0

Great job to everyone! :yes:

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Unread postby Robert schmitt » Mon Jun 02, 2003 12:35 pm

Becca,
thanks for taking care of the MVC girls for me you did a great job!!!
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Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Mon Jun 02, 2003 2:22 pm

Robert schmitt wrote:Becca,
thanks for taking care of the MVC girls for me you did a great job!!!


You're welcome :) They did a great job. I just kept them relaxed and confident.


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