Issaquah track and field hosted our first home meet, where we finished with 2 first-place team finishes and 23 individual event wins.
Our first win came from the 4x200m of Daytona Crow, Sophia Mydlil, Madelyn Kramer, and Sena Pittman in a season best time of 1:52.14. We then saw a win in the 110m hurdles from Sebastian Powers in a PR of 16.29, and the 100m hurdles were won by Alexandra Clarke in 19.59. The boy’s 100m was won by Joseph Talluto in a PR of 11.63, followed up by the girl’s 1600m, where Clara Michael won in 5:57.41. Into the 400m, the boy’s race was won by Nicolas Talluto in 54.42, and the girl’s race was won by Ilora Farren in 1:06.30. The 300m hurdles was won by Toren Garcia in a Kingco-leading 42.00, while Sophia Mydlil won the girl’s race in 54.29. Connor Rickey took home the victory in the 800m in 2:01.84, while Kate Yahn won the girl’s race in 2:30.17. In the 200m, Sena Pittman had a 26.51 for the win and the personal best. The 3200m was won by Ty Lauritzen (10:39.59, PR) and Rachel Dennie (12:53.15, PR), and Issaquah swept the boy’s and girl’s 4x400m, with teams of Benjamin Konopka, Connor Rickey, Elliot McIntosh, and Brennen Rickey (3:42.73) and Riley Eberhardt, Kate Yahn, Allison Hu, and Jane Harig (4:33.53).
On the field, Courtney Smith won both the high jump (4’2″) and the javelin (99’2″), while Carson Naehr (5’8″) and Wyatt Chollman (138’2″) won those events, respectively. Ben LaFramboise won the boy’s triple jump (38’6″), and Domfo Abekah won the long jump (15’1.75″) and the triple jump (31’6.25″). At the pole vault, Lucy Stevenson matched her personal best with a 8′ vault for the event win.
There were so many second and third place finishes, writing it in prose just isn’t feasible! See them listed below:
- Toren Garcia (110mH, 2nd, 16:43)
- Avani Akerkar (100mH, 2nd, 20:12)
- Sena Pittman (100m, 2nd, 13.04)
- Liv Jensen (1600m, 2nd, 6:00.81)
- Boys 4x100m (2nd, 45.52)
- Girls 4x100m (2nd, 1:01.27)
- Maxwell Knight (400m, 2nd, 55.31)
- Giada Oliva (400m, 2nd, 1:07.37)
- Avani Akerar (300mh, 2nd, 55.40)
- Brennen Rickey (800m, 2nd, 2:04.16)
- Daytona Crow (200m, 2nd, 27.63)
- Oscar Ruiz (3200m, 2nd, 10:41.64)
- Georgia Short (3200m, 2nd, 13:01.24)
- Jayce Grant (discus, 2nd, 95’9″)
- Velena Beeks (high jump, 2nd, 4’2″)
- Nolan Meeting (pole vault, 2nd, 10′)
- Sebastian Powers (long jump, 2nd, 17’10”)
- Madelyn Kraemer (long jump, 2nd, 13’11”)
- Sophia Mydlil (100mH, 3rd, 20.14)
- Shane Olsen (100m, 3rd, 11.97)
- Daytona Crow (100m, 3rd, 13.54)
- Hayden Stowe (400m, 3rd, 55.89)
- Elena Gehrke (400m, 3rd, 1:07.37)
- Alexandra Clarke (300mh, 3rd, 55.73)
- Benjamin Konopka (800m, 3rd, 2:06.78)
- Joseph Talluto (200m, 3rd, 23.81)
- Domfo Abekah (200m, 3rd, 28.97)
- Mackenzie Bice (3200m, 3rd, 13:08.04)
- Kolin Kodama (shotput, 3rd, 21’1″)
- Rowan Mason (javelin, 3rd, 65’8″)
- Erin Chollman (high jump, 3rd, 4′)
- Dexter Zablocki (pole vault, 3rd, 9′)
- Ben Laframboise (long jump, 3rd, 16’8″)
- Presley Boettcher (long jump, 3rd, 13’5.5″)
Issaquah won both of the team contests, with the girls winning 111-38 and the boys winning 75-70.
Eagles travel south to the Kent Meridian Invite on Saturday March 25th. Fly Eagles, Fly!