MOUNT VERNON — The La Conner track and field program was a two-time winner Friday at the Northwest 2B District Championships.
The Braves won the boys’ and girls’ meets at Mount Vernon High School.
La Conner’s Matty Lagerwey was a four-time winner. She won the 100-meter dash (13.28 seconds), triple jump (33 feet, 5 inches), long jump (17-0) and javelin (114-1). Teammate Morgan Herrera won the discus (95-5) and shot put (36-2).
La Conner’s Addison Reinstra won the 300 hurdles (52.66) and the 800 relay team of Reinstra, Mari Waltner, Emma Keller and Herrera won in 1:55.84. Sarah Cook won the high jump (4-4).
Concrete’s Anna Spangler won the 200 (28.14).
In the boys’ meet, La Conner’s Andre Knudson was a three-time winner with victories in the 800 (2:08.01), 1,600 (4:46.53) and 3,200 (10:55.08). Noah Lee won the 100 (11.50) and 200 (23.47), and Josh Jolly won the triple jump (39-2 1/4) and high jump (5-8).
Gavin Brown won the 400 (55.53) and Luke Marble won the 300 hurdles (47.23). Demetrius Scott won the shot put (41-3 1/2) and Mason Murdock won the discus (120-3). Bradey Wyles won the javelin (143-9).
The 400 relay team of Arjuna Adams, Murdock, Brown and Lee won in 45.19, and the 1,600 relay team with the same lineup won in 3:38.01.
Concrete’s Tyler Nevin won the long jump with a personal-best 19-9.
Mount Vernon Christian at Northwest 2B District Championships
MOUNT VERNON — Gabe Taylor was a four-time winner to help pace the Hurricanes boys’ team, which won the meet title. The girls were victors too at Mount Vernon High School.
Taylor won the 100 (11.37), 200 (22.78), 400 (52.63) and triple jump (42-9 3/4).
Micah Hays won the 300 hurdles (43.71) and 110 hurdles (15.35). Jonathan Brown won the 3,200 (10:51.08) and 1,600 (4:55.19).
The 400 relay team of Jonathan Myers, Hays, Peter Opp and Noah Lubbers won (46.09) as did the 1,600 relay team with the same runners (3:39.57).
Myers won the pole vault (9-6) and Lubbers won the javelin (131-3).
In the girls’ meet, all three Hurricane relay teams won.
The 400 relay team of Sydney Sharkey, Lily Bridge, Emma Symmank and Sophia Schmaus won (52.87), as did the 800 relay team of Sharkey, Bridge, Symmank and Mali Stogner (1:52.94) and the 1,600 team of Symmank, Lauren Wheeler, Schmaus and Sharkey (4:38.05).
Maddy Nielsen won the 1,600 (6:33.01).
In field events, the Hurricanes’ Becca Pedrosa won the javelin (93-5) and Nielsen won the pole vault (6-6). Bridge won the triple jump (31-4 1/2).
Anacortes, Burlington-Edison, Sedro-Woolley at Northwest 2A Sub-District Meet
BELLINGHAM — The Tigers girls had started strong on the meet’s first day on Wednesday. On Friday, they wrapped it up with a meet title. Burlington-Edison’s boys also claimed a team title.
The Tigers’ Evi Ruyle won the shot put with a throw of 35-6 1/2, adding to her win in the discus Wednesday.
Anacortes’ Skye Hopper won the triple jump (34-4) and Sedro-Woolley’s Makenna Peterson won the javelin on her final throw of 119-4, a personal best.
Burlington-Edison’s Taino Ferdinand won two events to make it three total for the boys’ meet: the high jump (6-4) and long jump (21-4 1/4). He won the triple jump Wednesday. His long jump mark was the ninth-longest in school history.
Burlington-Edison had five of the top eight in the high jump.
Burlington-Edison’s Connor Nelson won the 110 hurdles with a personal-best 15.97. Colton Peach’s personal-best 136-10 won the discus. Tigers coach Kevin Gudgel said Peach was ranked 10th coming in.
“He threw a season PR by 13 feet,” Gudgel said.
Sedro-Woolley’s Rafe Holz won the 3,200 in 9:58.20. The Cubs’ Jeremy Willoughby, Andrew Sager, Trevor Bryant and Brent VanderVeen won the 1,600 relay in 3:34.01.
“That was probably the race of the night,” Cubs coach Johnny Lee said.
Mount Vernon at Wesco 4A Championships
SNOHOMISH — Daniel Carrillo won the discus with a throw of 142-5, making him a two-time winner at the meet. He won the shot put Wednesday.
La Conner Braves 14-16, Concrete Lions 13-6
CONCRETE — Riley Banaszak pitched both games as the Braves swept the doubleheader.
Maya Masonholder notched three hits in the second win, and Camryn Stewart had three hits as well as the Braves got their first Northwest 2B/1B League wins of the year.
Cedarcrest Red Wolves 10,
Burlington-Edison Tigers 0
DUVALL — The Red Wolves swept the Tigers aside in the Northwest 2A Bi-District play-in game, ending Burlington-Edison’s season.
“They definitely had a good pitcher that kept us off-guard. We weren’t able to get hits and adjust. But we we fought hard,” Tigers coach Darcy Taylor said.
She said she’s proud of the season put in by a young Burlington-Edison (9-11) squad.
“I’m super-proud of everything we did this season. We had a lot of adversity but no matter what happened we bounced back,” she said.