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Shoreline entries for this Saturday are due by Monday April 23rd by 12:30pm. If there are any changes at all please email Tracy and Ms. Ryker asap.

Bus leaves at 7am


schedule/ meet information

heat sheets 

Shoreline Stadium

18560 1st Ave NE

Shoreline, WA 98155

T-shirts ($15-$35) and sweatshirts ($25-$50) will be for sale at the meet.

Ticket Prices: Adults $8.00

Students w/ASB, Senior Citizens and Children $5.00

Double team winners!

Congratulations to both the boys and girls teams that competed at the Eason Invitational today.  Both teams walked away as team champions!  Great job team!!

Eason Invite Results

Lawrie’s Eason photos (sorry limited as he had to work part of the meet)

Eason Invite

Please look over the Easton invite entries. If they are not correct talk to the head coaches or email us before practice on Monday at 3:45pm as entries are due that night.

Bus leaves IHS at 7:30 AM on Saturday the 21st from the back parking lot.  Don’t be late!  If you are planning to have your parents drive you to the meet, please speak to one of the coaches at practice, to avoid an early morning phone call as to why you aren’t on the bus.   Tentatively returning to IHS around 8 PM.


Meet location:

Snohomish High School

1316 Fifth St

Snohomish, WA 98290

Admission into the meet is $6 for adults or students w/o ASB card, $4 for students w/ ASB card ad $3 for children and seniors over 65.  There are concession stands available to purchase food.

meet entries

Invite Information/Schedule


Shock Wave Therapy

Phillip Shaw DPM is a sports medicine foot and ankle specialist at Washington Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine in Kirkland, and he is recruiting athletes with shin splints for a Shock wave therapy for shin splints – recruitment information. Athletes would receive free evaluation, free shock wave treatment, and free follow-up for their participation. They hope to heal athletes quickly and return them to full training.
Shin splints affect up to 35% of runners, especially novice athletes. Athletes are especially susceptible while increasing mileage and intensity during track and cross country season.
Shock wave therapy is an effective treatment for tendon and fascia pain, but relatively few studies have looked at shin splints (medial tibial stress syndrome). Based on preliminary data, they  expect decreased recovery time (30-50% reduction), good to excellent results in 75-80% of patients, and significantly decreased pain during activity.
 Call 425-899-3234 to sign up, or with further questions or concerns.