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Saturday’s prep round-up

Saturday’s  prep round-up

2A State track and field:

Sehome girls’ track and field wins back-to-back state titles with 70.5 points.

Bellingham girls’ track and field places third in state with 45 points.

Bellingham’s 4×100 relay team wins 2A state title w/48.59. Sehome takes
2nd w/49.03.

Bellingham’s sprinter Alyssa Porter wins second straight 2A 100 meter state title  w/a 12.28.

Squalicum’s Chais Sugden wins 2A state title in boys 800 meter.

1A State track and field:

Meridian 4×400 relay took Class 1A state title.

Blaine’s Olivia Adams captured her second  straight pole vault title.

Lynden Christian’s freshman Hannah Rusnak captured state title in the girls 100 hurdles.

1A State softball:

Elma beat Mount Baker in the 1A state title game 6-1.

Nooksack Valley loses in Class1A consolation game 5-4 to Okanogan.

2A State softball:

Lynden placed 3rd at the 2A state tournament with a 6-1 win over Anacortes.

2A State Soccer:

Squalicum takes first place with a 4-0 win over Caplital

2A State Tennis:

Boys Singles: Brady Anderson from Sehome comes in 6th after a 2-0 loss to Alan Kwiatowski from Lindbergh, who came in 3rd.

Girls Singles: Lauren Smith from Sehome comes in secon with a 2 set loss to Chloe Goyette from West Valley (Yakima).

Ali Morrow also of Sehome gets 5th on a 2-0 sets win over Katelynn Smedley of Cheney.

Boys Doubles:

Max Shmolotohka / Reece Gilbert from Sehome come in second after a 2-0 loss to first place Jonathan Yu / Josh Rasmus from Washington High.

Nick Nolan / Connor Thompson from Bellingham come in 6th after a 2-0 loss to Sam Bayna / Bayna from  Lindbergh.

Girls Doubles; It was all Sehome with a 1-2 final of Lizzie Friesen / Simone Hall over Madison Harris / Taylor Harris also of Sehome, 4-6,6-3,6-1.

Also, Natalie Knops / Emily Webster also of Sehome, came in 6th after a 2-0 loss to Makenzie Kinloch / Caroline Goyette from West Valley (Yakima).

(KPUG Newsroom)

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