Everett Herald

Neale Breaks Record at Sehome Everett Herald Sep 9, 2012

Neale at State Amy-Eloise broke the record on the 3YO Sehome course, while Katie Bianchini (11:31) & Brittany Gappa (11:48) ran solid times in the senior race.   Emily Pettis scored in the Sophomore race with 12:10.   Patrick Gibson edged poli Bathazar in the boys' senior race by two seconds with 9:55.

Wesco Championship Everett Herald May 12, 2012

Amy-Eloise neale by Angela Collins Amy-Eloise Neale of Glacier peak scoredin the 800M, 1600M & 3200 Meter runs & was supported by her team mate Katie Bianchini in the longer two events. 

Hole In the Wall Invitational Everett Herald Oct 9, 2011

Amy-Eloise neale & Katie Bianchini of Glacier peak went 1 -2 again to claim the Hole In the Wall Invitational.   Megan LaGresley & Emily Pettis, both freshman, placed third & fourth.   Curtis King of Peninsula ran 15;40 to edge Conner Johnson of Sehome by a second in the guys' race.  

Oak Harbor's Smollack surprises 1,600 field Everett Herald May 25, 2008

By Mike Cane Herald Writer PASCO -- Victory was within reach for Mietra Smollack. She refused to let it slip away.   Smollack held off a late challenge from a persistent pursuer and won the Class 4A girls 1,600-meter run Saturday during the 3A/4A state track and field championships at Edgar Brown Stadium.   Smollack, a senior from Oak Harbor High School, withstood a push from Mead freshman Baylee Mires and won in a personal-record time of 4 minutes, 56.44 seconds. Mires crossed second in 4:57.1.  

Everett's J Hopkins wins state title in 300 hurdles Everett Herald May 25, 2008

By Mike Cane Herald Writer PASCO -- Sometimes winning a state championship isn't quite enough. J Hopkins blew past the other runners Saturday on his way to winning a state title in the 300-meter hurdles race for the second consecutive year. The Everett High School senior finished in a personal-record time and beat the second-place competitor by 1.42 seconds.

Lake Stevens sprinters dressed for success Everett Herald Apr 17, 2008

Herald staff LAKE STEVENS -- It would appear -- at least for the Lake Stevens boys track team -- that the clothes do in fact make the man.   Jeff Page, the Vikings' head track coach, had been looking for one-piece purple and yellow speed suits for several years with little success.   He finally found a company that would custom-make the suits in Lake Stevens colors and his athletes debuted them Saturday with remarkable results.   Lake Stevens athletes won seven events and placed second in five others to win the boys team title at the Viking Classic for the third year in a row with 146 points -- downing second-place Arlington by more than 60 points.

M-P wins 8 events in Shoreline meet Everett Herald Mar 22, 2008

Herald staff SHORELINE -- Marysville-Pilchuck won eight of the 18 events contested at the Shoreline School District non-league girls track meet Thursday at Shoreline Stadium. The Tomahawks finished with 95 points, while meet co-host Shorecrest finished second with 81.5. Monroe scored 58 and Shorewood rounded out the meet in fourth place with 42.5 points.

Stanwood athletes notch nine firsts Everett Herald Mar 22, 2008

Herald staff EVERETT -- The Stanwood girls used nine first-place finishes to place first Thursday night in a Wesco North tri-meet at Everett Memorial Stadium against Snohomish and host Cascade.   "For an opening meet there were a lot of good performances," Cascade coach Steve Bertrand said, "Stanwood scored across the board ... (And) they had nice depth."   Stanwood racked up 75 team points; Snohomish placed second, sweeping the high and long jumps to post 68, and Cascade used strong performances from Brittney Jones, Samantha Taylor and Breanna Huschka to finish third with 49.

Stanwood sprinter stands out Everett Herald Mar 22, 2008

Herald staff EVERETT -- For an athlete's first track meet of the year, being in shape and working away at the offseason rust is often as much of an issue as the opposing competition. "First meet of the year (everyone is) just trying to get the cobwebs off," Cascade coach Chris Crockett said. Isaac Teichgrab was in midseason form, though, in Thursday's Wesco North meet at Everett Memorial Stadium, taking first in the 100- and 200-meter dashes and finishing second in the javelin with a throw of 147 feet.

Lake Stevens sends five to BorderClash Everett Herald Nov 8, 2007

The state championships are history, but elite local cross country competitors still have plenty to run for.Thirteen boys and girls from area schools qualified for the 2007 Nike BorderClash based on their performances at last weekend's state meet at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. The ninth edition of Border Clash, the annual all-star event that pits runners from Washington against foes from Oregon, is Nov. 17 at the Nike World Headquarters Campus in Beaverton, Ore.

Kamiak finishes 8th at boys-only Shoreline Invite Everett Herald Apr 29, 2007

SHORELINE - At what is billed as the largest all-boys track invitational in the Pacific Northwest, Vancouver's Evergreen High notched 64 points to garner the team title at the Shoreline Invite Saturday. Kentwood (54.5 points) and Sehome (47) finished well behind the Plainsmen. In a welcome reversal of fortune from last year's torrential daylong downpour, milder temperatures and dry skies ruled the day as 69 teams and 845 athletes competed at the 20th annual event held at Shoreline Stadium.

Freshman helps Panthers dominate three-team meet Everett Herald Apr 16, 2007

EDMONDS - Another meet, another dominating performance by the Snohomish Panthers girls track team. Led by two wins by freshman Stephanie Cummings, the Panthers took first place in 12 of 18 events, defeating Cascade and Edmonds-Woodway Thursday in a non-conference meet at Edmonds Stadium. Snohomish finished with 102 points, Cascade 48 and Edmonds-Woodway 38.