Shorewood Track & Field - Shoreline Invitational

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Devan Kirk (blue) races from behind to win the 800 Meter Run.
Photo by Corey Rainboth

The Shorewood Track and Field team along with Shorecrest Track and Field hosted 88 of Washington’s best Men’s Track and Field teams in the Shoreline Invitational on Saturday, April 30 at Shoreline Stadium. Shorewood performed very well finishing in 7th place with 26 Points. King's was #20.

Full meet results are available here. Shorewood Personal Records and All Time Ranking here.

Shoreline Invitational - Top 30 Teams

1.    Lincoln                  67                 15.  Nathan Hale                 17
2.    Bishop Blanchet     39                 17.  Wenatchee                  15
3.    Inglemoor             37                 18.  Curtis                          14
4.    Kentridge              35                 18.  Everett                        14
5.    O'Dea                   33.5              20.  Bothell                        13
6.    Tahoma                30                 20.  West Valley (Spokane)  13
7.    Shorewood            26                 20.  King's                          13
8.    University              23                 23.  Kamiak                       12
8.    Bonney Lake         23                 24.  Edmonds-Woodway       11
10.  Bellingham            22                 24.  West Seattle                11
11.  Rainier Beach        20                 24.  Juanita                        11
11.  North Central         20                 24.  Kingston                      11
13.  Franklin Pierce       18.5              28.  Franklin                       10.5
14.  Eisenhower            18                 29.  Eastlake                      10
15.  Skyline                 17                 29.  Bellevue                      10


Ronnie Gary starts his jump to clear the bar at a
Shorewood school record High Jump height of 6'10".
Photo by Corey Rainboth

The highlight of the meet for Shorewood was Ronnie Gary extending the school record of 6’8” he set earlier this season in the High Jump by clearing the bar at 6’10”. Gary won the event while competing against several of the best High Jumpers in the state, including Noah Martin of University High School in Spokane who has cleared 7’3” this season.

Points were also earned for Shorewood by Devan Kirk who won the 800 Meter Run and the Distance Medley Relay (DMR) team consisting of Aaron Rainboth, Joshua Harazim, Jose Luis Gandara and Devan Kirk who finished 3rd. Kirk missed a school record by 0.50 seconds and the DMR team missed a school record by 1.52 seconds.



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