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KHS TRACK

The Kingston High School track and field team endured the heat and found a way to place near the top as a team at the West Central District meet last weekend at North Mason High School. Out of the 10 teams the boys placed third with 67 points, and the girls placed fourth with 98 points. The top two places from each event move on to the 2A State meet this Friday and Saturday at Mount Tahoma and seven Bucs are making the trip.

Michael Ferrell and Jack Clearman, triple Jump. Ferrell won the triple jump and powered through a pulled hamstring to jump a personal best 42 feet, 2.5 inches. Clearman placed second, jumping 41 feet.

Aaron Bilbao and Alex Tweten, pole vault. Bilbao placed first and flew over the bar for a personal best 14 feet, 6 inches. Tweten placed second and jumped 11 feet, 6 inches.

Kayla Campbell, 100 meters and long jump. Cambpell placed second in the 100, 13.07 and won the long jump, 15 feet, 10 inches.

Jaime Schultz, long jump and triple jump. Schultz fought through ankle and leg pain to take second in both. Long jump 15 feet, 9.25 inches; triple jump 32 feet, 8.25 inches.

Ruby Roberts, 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Roberts placed first in both events, 1600, 5:28.16 and 3200, 11:19.93.

KHS TRACK OLYMPIC LEAGUE TEAM

The All-Olympic League Team consists of athletes who won their event at the Olympic League Meet on May 3.

Ruby Roberts for the 800-meter, 1600, 3200, Kayla Campbell for long jump and Aaron Bilbao for pole vault.

NK TRACK

This past weekend North Kitsap Track and Field traveled to Mount Tahoma for the District 3 championships, and a handful of athletes qualified for the state meet in Pasco this weekend. In the 800-meter run senior Ray Reedy qualified in heart-stopping fashion as he literally dove across the finish line to edge out two talented Central Kitsap runners. Reedy finished sixth with a time of 1:59.18. Sophomore sprinter Siara Byers topped her 100-meter school record as she qualified for state running the 100 in 12.4 seconds. She also helped her 4x100-relay time drop their school record time to 50.38. The previous record was from 1981 and it was nearly a second slower. Unfortunately, the girls took eighth and did not move on. Redemption was theirs in the 4x200-relay as they ran a 1:47.43 and took fifth, this is the second fastest relay time in school history. Madison Taylor opened well, followed by a strong leg by Melissa Kunold, Ali Howe stepped up huge and ran her best split of the season as she passed off to Byers, who strode down the homestretch to pass three girls in the final 20 meters.

KHS TENNIS PLAYERS GOING TO STATE

Boys: Jerol Bird took the No. 2 seed in singles to state out of the West Central District. The doubles team of Mitch Icard and Jon Sudduth were eliminated as was singles player Sean Johnstone.

Girls: The doubles team of Kristina Lambert and Theresa Tucci finished fourth and were named alternates for state in doubles. They will be going to state as Fife’s No. 3 doubles team had to default.

State tennis action starts at 10 a.m. May 23 at Nordstrom Tennis Center at the University of Washington.

VIKING FEST ROAD RACE

Five mile race results

Mens: Overall men’s trophy winner, Jim Savage 27 minutes 7 seconds, Will Cameron 27:13, Theo Hunt 27:28, Todd Petrovich 28:04, Jansen Palen 28:08; nine and under: first place Taylor Berry-Maraist, second place Karsten Hald, third place Jordan Thompson; 10-12: first place Sam Alvarado, second place Devin Merchant, third place Nukhell Sagdahl; 13-15: first place Tabor Reedy, second place Nick Schippers, third place Tyler Whitford; 16-18: first place Joel Brose, second place Benjamin Stamper, third place Philip Wasier, 19-29: first place Tim Hanson, second place Steven Stivers, third place Tanner Tennyson; 30-39: first place Erik Payne, second place David Coe, third place Daniel Kida; 40-49: first place Doug Babbitt, second place Jay Strickland, third place Michael Casad; 50-59: first place Tim Scott, second place Jay Gainer, third place Erik Lindbergh; 60-69: first place Jeff Phillips, second place Jerry Fondow, third place Tim Littlejohn; 70 +: first place Wallace Jones.

Women’s: Overall women’s trophy winner, Kirsten Casey 33:15; Greta Stickney 33:27, Kathy Lundy 34:51, Annelise Weinmann 34:56, Raquel Czikowsky 53:03. Nine and under: first place Katrianna Stamper; 10-12: first place Devyn Vining, second place Megan Uffens, third place Christy Sewder; 13-15: first place Kendall Rock, second place Kristi Holt, third place Becca Cates; 16-18: first place Shanna Williams, second place Caelen Colyer, third place Chloe Stamper; 19-29: first place Stephanie Sultan, second place Anne Ruschmeier, third place Meisha Rouser, 30-39: first place Carmen O’Neill, second place Uyen Lee, third place Jennifer Wood; 40-49: first place Bobbie Howard, second place Cathy Fawley, third place Debbie Weinmann; 50-59: first place Ann Underwood, second place Becky Hall, third place Patricia Coogan; 60-69: first place Mary Payne, third place Karen Naff; 70 +: first place Patricia Bidley.

One mile race results:

Men’s results: Overall mens winners Johnathon Burkman 4:45, Zachery Weber 4:46, Kyle Eggers 4:54; nine and under: first place Cooper Lindsey, second place Mitchell Kunold, third place Alexander Chow; 10-12: first place Jonathan O’Neill, second place Joel Houpt, third place Johathan Swartzwelter; 13-15: first place Aaron hack, second place Zach Turley, third place Duncan Hack; 16-18: first place Nicholas Rothwall, second place Joe Seedy, third place Max Tomlinson; 19-29: first place Jack Harvey, second place Parker Lang; 30-39: first place Greg Platz, second place Jason Chow, third place Dan Guither; 40-49: first place David Houpt, second place Jeff Rouser, third place John Eggman; 50-59: first place Roy Osterhouser, second place Eugene Sedy, third place Mike Wynn; 60-69: first place Lowell Ostheller, second place John Bennett.

Women’s results: Overall women’s winners, Brianna Wells 6:05, Kelly Nash 6:08, Rose Christen 6:10; nine and under: first place Megan KiMomizio, second place Natalie Mifsud, third place Cassidy Cloward; 10-12: first place Cassie Marcotte, second place Hannah Uffens, third place Delaney Lehmann; 13-15: first place Joselyn Pease, second place Liz Lawrence, third place Sara Nash; 16-18: first place Lynna Logue, second place Katie Thompson, third place Maggie Kaiserman; 19-29: first place Ashley Kunkle, second place Mona Adler, third place Marie Mauve; 30-39: first place Kathy Baker, second place Heather Smith, third place Elisa Webb; 40-49: second place Caroline Butler, third place Blake Converse; 50-59: first place Vicky Werzliam, second place Carol Bichon-Jackson, third place Jenny Morgan; 60-69: Sally Lindbergh.

NORTH KITSAP HIGH SCHOOL FALL SPORTS REGISTRATION

A fall sports registration session will be held May 30, 3:30-5:30 p.m. at NKHS. Students planning to participate in cross country, football, girls soccer, girls swimming, volleyball and boys tennis will need to attend. Students and their parent/guardian will need to be present to submit all registration materials. Physicals will also be given on that day in the main gym, sponsored by the NKHS Athletic Medicine program.

Parents may access the sports physical forms on the NKHS athletic Web site www.nkschools/schools/nkhigh/athletics.

KHS TRACK

The Kingston High School track and field team endured the heat and found a way to place near the top as a team at the West Central District meet last weekend at North Mason High School. Out of the 10 teams the boys placed third with 67 points, and the girls placed fourth with 98 points. The top two places from each event move on to the 2A State meet this Friday and Saturday at Mount Tahoma and seven Bucs are making the trip.

Michael Ferrell and Jack Clearman, triple Jump. Ferrell won the triple jump and powered through a pulled hamstring to jump a personal best 42 feet, 2.5 inches. Clearman placed second, jumping 41 feet.

Aaron Bilbao and Alex Tweten, pole vault. Bilbao placed first and flew over the bar for a personal best 14 feet, 6 inches. Tweten placed second and jumped 11 feet, 6 inches.

Kayla Campbell, 100 meters and long jump. Cambpell placed second in the 100, 13.07 and won the long jump, 15 feet, 10 inches.

Jaime Schultz, long jump and triple jump. Schultz fought through ankle and leg pain to take second in both. Long jump 15 feet, 9.25 inches; triple jump 32 feet, 8.25 inches.

Ruby Roberts, 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Roberts placed first in both events, 1600, 5:28.16 and 3200, 11:19.93.

KHS TRACK OLYMPIC LEAGUE TEAM

The All-Olympic League Team consists of athletes who won their event at the Olympic League Meet on May 3.

Ruby Roberts for the 800-meter, 1600, 3200, Kayla Campbell for long jump and Aaron Bilbao for pole vault.

NK TRACK

This past weekend North Kitsap Track and Field traveled to Mount Tahoma for the District 3 championships, and a handful of athletes qualified for the state meet in Pasco this weekend. In the 800-meter run senior Ray Reedy qualified in heart-stopping fashion as he literally dove across the finish line to edge out two talented Central Kitsap runners. Reedy finished sixth with a time of 1:59.18. Sophomore sprinter Siara Byers topped her 100-meter school record as she qualified for state running the 100 in 12.4 seconds. She also helped her 4x100-relay time drop their school record time to 50.38. The previous record was from 1981 and it was nearly a second slower. Unfortunately, the girls took eighth and did not move on. Redemption was theirs in the 4x200-relay as they ran a 1:47.43 and took fifth, this is the second fastest relay time in school history. Madison Taylor opened well, followed by a strong leg by Melissa Kunold, Ali Howe stepped up huge and ran her best split of the season as she passed off to Byers, who strode down the homestretch to pass three girls in the final 20 meters.

KHS TENNIS PLAYERS GOING TO STATE

Boys: Jerol Bird took the No. 2 seed in singles to state out of the West Central District. The doubles team of Mitch Icard and Jon Sudduth were eliminated as was singles player Sean Johnstone.

Girls: The doubles team of Kristina Lambert and Theresa Tucci finished fourth and were named alternates for state in doubles. They will be going to state as Fife’s No. 3 doubles team had to default.

State tennis action starts at 10 a.m. May 23 at Nordstrom Tennis Center at the University of Washington.

VIKING FEST ROAD RACE

Five mile race results

Mens: Overall men’s trophy winner, Jim Savage 27 minutes 7 seconds, Will Cameron 27:13, Theo Hunt 27:28, Todd Petrovich 28:04, Jansen Palen 28:08; nine and under: first place Taylor Berry-Maraist, second place Karsten Hald, third place Jordan Thompson; 10-12: first place Sam Alvarado, second place Devin Merchant, third place Nukhell Sagdahl; 13-15: first place Tabor Reedy, second place Nick Schippers, third place Tyler Whitford; 16-18: first place Joel Brose, second place Benjamin Stamper, third place Philip Wasier, 19-29: first place Tim Hanson, second place Steven Stivers, third place Tanner Tennyson; 30-39: first place Erik Payne, second place David Coe, third place Daniel Kida; 40-49: first place Doug Babbitt, second place Jay Strickland, third place Michael Casad; 50-59: first place Tim Scott, second place Jay Gainer, third place Erik Lindbergh; 60-69: first place Jeff Phillips, second place Jerry Fondow, third place Tim Littlejohn; 70 +: first place Wallace Jones.

Women’s: Overall women’s trophy winner, Kirsten Casey 33:15; Greta Stickney 33:27, Kathy Lundy 34:51, Annelise Weinmann 34:56, Raquel Czikowsky 53:03. Nine and under: first place Katrianna Stamper; 10-12: first place Devyn Vining, second place Megan Uffens, third place Christy Sewder; 13-15: first place Kendall Rock, second place Kristi Holt, third place Becca Cates; 16-18: first place Shanna Williams, second place Caelen Colyer, third place Chloe Stamper; 19-29: first place Stephanie Sultan, second place Anne Ruschmeier, third place Meisha Rouser, 30-39: first place Carmen O’Neill, second place Uyen Lee, third place Jennifer Wood; 40-49: first place Bobbie Howard, second place Cathy Fawley, third place Debbie Weinmann; 50-59: first place Ann Underwood, second place Becky Hall, third place Patricia Coogan; 60-69: first place Mary Payne, third place Karen Naff; 70 +: first place Patricia Bidley.

One mile race results:

Men’s results: Overall mens winners Johnathon Burkman 4:45, Zachery Weber 4:46, Kyle Eggers 4:54; nine and under: first place Cooper Lindsey, second place Mitchell Kunold, third place Alexander Chow; 10-12: first place Jonathan O’Neill, second place Joel Houpt, third place Johathan Swartzwelter; 13-15: first place Aaron hack, second place Zach Turley, third place Duncan Hack; 16-18: first place Nicholas Rothwall, second place Joe Seedy, third place Max Tomlinson; 19-29: first place Jack Harvey, second place Parker Lang; 30-39: first place Greg Platz, second place Jason Chow, third place Dan Guither; 40-49: first place David Houpt, second place Jeff Rouser, third place John Eggman; 50-59: first place Roy Osterhouser, second place Eugene Sedy, third place Mike Wynn; 60-69: first place Lowell Ostheller, second place John Bennett.

Women’s results: Overall women’s winners, Brianna Wells 6:05, Kelly Nash 6:08, Rose Christen 6:10; nine and under: first place Megan KiMomizio, second place Natalie Mifsud, third place Cassidy Cloward; 10-12: first place Cassie Marcotte, second place Hannah Uffens, third place Delaney Lehmann; 13-15: first place Joselyn Pease, second place Liz Lawrence, third place Sara Nash; 16-18: first place Lynna Logue, second place Katie Thompson, third place Maggie Kaiserman; 19-29: first place Ashley Kunkle, second place Mona Adler, third place Marie Mauve; 30-39: first place Kathy Baker, second place Heather Smith, third place Elisa Webb; 40-49: second place Caroline Butler, third place Blake Converse; 50-59: first place Vicky Werzliam, second place Carol Bichon-Jackson, third place Jenny Morgan; 60-69: Sally Lindbergh.

NORTH KITSAP HIGH SCHOOL FALL SPORTS REGISTRATION

A fall sports registration session will be held May 30, 3:30-5:30 p.m. at NKHS. Students planning to participate in cross country, football, girls soccer, girls swimming, volleyball and boys tennis will need to attend. Students and their parent/guardian will need to be present to submit all registration materials. Physicals will also be given on that day in the main gym, sponsored by the NKHS Athletic Medicine program.

Parents may access the sports physical forms on the NKHS athletic Web site www.nkschools/schools/nkhigh/athletics.

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