Tracksters perform well at home meet

South Whidbey may have lost to King’s in its home meet April 14, but over a dozen Falcons finished first in their respective events.

  • Tuesday, April 19, 2016 6:12pm
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South Whidbey may have lost to King’s in its home meet April 14, but over a dozen Falcons finished first in their respective events.

Placing first for the girls were junior Bailey Forsyth (200 meters), sophomore Bailey Marsh (800 meters), sophomore Elizabeth Donnelly (1,600 meters), senior Mallorie Mitchem (3,200 meters), senior Allie Vanbenschoten (300-meter hurdles), senior Hailey Simchuk (discus),  senior Morgan Davis (javelin), sophomore Sophia Nielsen (long jump).

On the boys side, claiming first were senior Evan Mellish (1,600 meters), Kyle Chambers (long jump), Larsen Christiansen (high jump), senior Daniel Ramos (3,200 meters).

 

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