BURLINGTON — Audrey Knutson was a multiple-event winner Thursday for the Burlington-Edison track and field team in a three-team meet.
Knutson had victories in the pole vault (9 feet), javelin (103-8) and 100-meter hurdles (17.88 seconds).
On the boys’ side, Carson Lee won the 1,600 (5:19.72) and 3,200 (12:06.31). Taino Ferdinand won the triple jump (43-1 1/2) and high jump (5-8).
The Tigers won both meets. The boys beat Lynden Christian 101-43 and Meridian 81-60; the girls beat Meridian 105-45 and Lynden Christian 104-43.
Lakewood, Mount Baker, Ferndale at Anacortes
ANACORTES — Halsie Keltner won two events and the Seahawks won the girls’ half of the meet with 136 points.
Keltner won the javelin (96-11) and shot put (28-10 1/4).
Anacortes won all three relay races, with the 400 relay team of Fai Puengpoh, Lily Carter, Allie Carroll and Macy Yanega winning in 54.38; the 800 relay team of Zoe Yanega, Amy Aggergaard, Macy Yanega and Skye Hopper winning in 1:53.42; and the 1,600 relay team of Saville Feist, Olivia Feist, Macy Yanega and Zoe Yanega winning in 4:25.43.
Sedro-Woolley Cubs 13, Cedarcrest Red Wolves 1
DUVALL — The Cubs wasted little time in taking care of the Red Wolves in the nonconference game.
Sedro-Woolley jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first inning and led 7-0 after two.
Weston Abbott went 3-for-4 with three doubles, three RBI and three runs scored. Cody Buchanan went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and three RBI, while Carter Trammell, Cody Hamilton and Ryan Magee each had an RBI.
“Cody (Buchanan) pitched three great innings,” Sedro-Woolley coach Rob Davie said, “and Owen Murdock pitched two solid innings, and Weston (Abbott) one. It was a good defensive effort.”
Sedro-Woolley outhit the home team 11-2 and improved to 2-0 overall.
Anacortes Seahawks 13, Stanwood Spartans
STANWOOD — Riley Pirkle lifted the Seahawks to the nonconference victory as she struck out seven and walked one in five innings.
Euno White was 4-for-4 for the Seahawks, and Lindsey South was 3-for-3 with two RBI.
“The defense was much improved over our first couple of games,” Anacortes coach Tom Swapp said. “Our goal today was to not give away things to the other team and we did it well.”
South Whidbey Falcons 13, Concrete Lions 0
LANGLEY — The Falcons shut out the Lions in the nonleague game.
“Kylie Clark pitched the entire game,” Concrete coach Bob Hickman said. “She got a nice hit along with Aunya Carpenter.”
Concrete is 0-2.
Sedro-Woolley Cubs 8, Blaine Borderites 0
SEDRO-WOOLLEY — The Cubs dominated the Borderites in the nonconference game.
“Nice, unselfish game,” Sedro-Woolley coach Gary Warman said. “Nineteen of our 20 dressed players saw action.”
Hugo Tartelo and Peyton Holdt scored two goals apiece for the Cubs, while Brendan Woods, Curstin Cubria, Cristian Carreon and Gio Contreras each scored one goal.
“Hugo was very active up top and Brendan did a nice job pinging the ball all over the field,” Warman said. “It was great to see Cristian get on the board. His touch was special tonight.”
Ferndale Golden Eagles 3, Anacortes Seahawks 0
FERNDALE — A shorthanded squad of Seahawks found the going difficult against the Golden Eagles.
“We got the sickness bug right now,” Anacortes coach Darren Bell said. “We didn’t have any subs. But they still played a very scrappy game.”
Anacortes is 1-2.
Mount Vernon Bulldogs 6, Marysville-Getchell Chargers 1
MARYSVILLE — The Bulldogs swept the singles matches on their way to the win.
Irelynnd Sproul (6-0, 6-1), Sydney Schwehm (6-4, 6-1), Ceilo Mendoza (6-2, 6-4) and Elizabeth Mentel (6-1, 6-3) won in singles for the Bulldogs.
In doubles, the teams of Abbi Beuckman and Taryn Rouw (6-1, 6-0), and Suzeth Herrera and Rochelle Thai (6-2, 6-3) won.
Anacortes Seahawks 6, Ferndale Golden Eagles 1
ANACORTES — Anacortes downed the Northwest Conference opponent for a successful outing at home.
Mount Vernon Christian at Grace Academy
MARYSVILLE — Max Hanson’s nine-hole 45 earned him medalist honors as the Hurricanes defeated Grace Academy at Cedarcrest Golf Course.
The Hurricanes notched 220 strokes.
“I was happy with the start,” Mount Vernon Christian coach Jeff Droog said.