Led by Wurrie Njadoe, Shorecrest girls track takes 2A state title

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Shorecrest girls track 2A state champs
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools
Wurrie Njadoe is center, back, with all the medals

Wurrie Njadoe of Shorecrest won four state championship events to lead her team to the 2A team championship in Tacoma Saturday.

The Shorecrest junior won the state 2A 100 meters, 200 meters, high jump, and long jump.

Njadoe's time in the 100 meter was 12.06 seconds. The second place runner had 12.43.

In the 200 meter her time was 25.00, with the second place runner coming in at 25.82. Her high jump of 5-5 won by an inch and her long jump of 18-9 won by a foot.

She scored 40 of Shorecrest’s 57 points.

Senior teammate Katherine Taylor won the javelin with a throw of 136-08, to win by more than 12 feet and score 10 more team points.

Shorecrest junior Sophia Viviano placed fifth in the 100-meter hurdles in 15.92 seconds, behind the winning 15.02, to add 4 more team points.

The other three Shorecrest points came from the sixth-place 4x200 team of Kayla Holland, Sophia Viviano, Gabby Lacson and Lauren Brown, which had a time of 1:46.25, behind Bellingham’s winning 1:43.63.

Shorecrest’s 57 team points placed the Scots ahead of second-place Sehome’s 55, third-place Pullman’s 44, fourth-place Liberty’s 42, fifth-place Bellingham’s 41 and sixth-place Cheney’s 38.


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