MEET RECAP: ISD Meet, Liberty Twilight, Eleventh Hour

A big week for Issaquah Track, competing in 3 meets in 3 days across 4 different locations. Even with all of the travel and the team going in different directions, we still saw 155 PRs and 16 event wins across the 3 meets. Event winning performances are listed below.

  • At Skyline HS, Wyatt Chollman (141’2″) threw to a victory in the boy’s javelin, while Courtney Smith (86’8″) won the girl’s javelin contest.
  • In the 100m hurdles, Shanthi Hall (16.25) continued her winning ways.
  • In the high jump, Carson Naehr (5’10”) matched his personal best for the win, while Courtney Smith (4’10”) mathed her season’s best for the win.
  • Sole Miller (8’0) matched her personal best for the win in the girl’s pole vault.
  • Daytona Crow (14’8) won the long jump in only her second attempt at the event, and then backed it up by going to the Eleventh Hour meet the next day to improve her mark to 15’5″ for the win at that event.
  • Freshman Dallen Tubbs (5:05.76, PR) won the 1600m event at the ISD meet.
  • Sena Pittman ran a lights out race in the 400m, improving her personal best to 59.79, which ranks her 10th in 4A.
  • In the ISD 800m, senior Hayden Stowe (2:04.45, PR) and junior Ilora Farren (2:24.71) both ran to wins in the boy’s and girl’s events, respectively.
  • Benjamin LaFramboise went to win the long jump competition at the Eleventh Hour, jumping 18’10” and qualifying for Kingco.
  • Freshman Erin Chollman improved her personal best in the girl’s javelin at the Eleventh Hour, winning the event with a throw of 83’4″.
  • And concluding a week of competition at the Liberty Twilight invitational, sophomore Connor Rickey (4:18.06, PR) won the meet over a stacked Kingco field, as did Kate Yahn (4:59.17) in her first time shattering the 5-minute mile barrier. This moves Kate to #4 all time for Issaquah and gives Rickey the sophomore class record in the 1600m.

With so many other amazing performances to highlight, I could continue writing forever. Links to the full results for ISD Meet, Eleventh Hour, and Liberty Twilight are all here.

Issaquah High School sends 65 athletes to the Kingco Championships, which will be contested at Renton Memorial Stadium on May 12th and 13th. Events begin on Friday at 2pm. Fly Eagles, Fly!

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