Shorecrest boys, girls both lead after first day of District 3A Championships

Thursday, May 20, 2010

            Shorecrest’s boys’ and girls’ track teams were both leading the eight-team Northwest District 3A Championships at Shoreline Stadium Wednesday.

       The Scots won two of the four first-day boys’ finals contested Wednesday and two of four girls’ finals.
       Three Shorecrest boys and two Shorecrest girls qualified for the State meet by finishing first or second in Wednesday events.
       Boys who qualified for State Wednesday are David Cannon, first in the shot put; Jordan Brown, first in the long jump; and Sean Dever, second in the long jump.
       Shorecrest girls who qualified are India Matheson, first in the discus throw, and Emily Corona, who was second in both the long jump and the javelin throw.
       Thirteen boys’.and fourteen girls’ events will be on the schedule Friday. Including the boys’ pole vault, which was postponed Wednesday duke bad whether.
       The Friday finals include six boys’ events and six girls; events that had qualifying heats Wednesday.
       The top two finishers in each event qualify for the State championships in Tacoma May 27-29.
Team scores — Shorecrest 50, Glacier Peak 30, Ferndale 28, Mt. Vernon 22.5, Everett 13.5, Meadowdale 10, Lynnwood 2.
Shot put — 1, David Cannon, Shorecrest, 51-0.
High jump — T-1, Devon Kiser, Glacier Peak, 6-0; T-1, Brett Watson, Ferndale, 6-0; 3, Sean Dever, Shorecrest, 5-10.
Long jump — 1, Jordan Brown, Shorecrest, 21-0.5; 2, Sean Dever, Shorecrest, 20-20.5.
1600 — 1, Lee George, Ferndale, 4:20.78; 2, Jeff Bastian, Glacier Peak, 4:21.11; 3, Joseph McConaughy, Shorecrest, 4:23.25.
Team Scores — Shorecrest 43, Glacier Peak 39, Everett 27, Ferndale 19, Mt. Vernon 18, Sedro-Wooley 9, Lynnwood 1.
Discus — 1, India Matheson, Shorecrest, 112-7; 2.
Javelin — 1, Monica Webber, Everett, 109-9; 2, Emily Corona, Shorecrest, 105-4.
Long jump — 1, Rachel Schrote, Shorecrest, 16-6.75; 2, Emily Corona, Shorecrest, 16-1.5.
3200 — 1, Amy Eloise Neale, Glacier Peak, 11:01.6.


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