Washington Week
April 10, 2004

by Doug Fulton, WaTFXC.com

Arcadia Invite:

Inglemoor high school senior Nate Rolfe won the discus title and became the number two all-time discus thrower in Washington State history with his 204 -0 toss. Rolfe’s toss only trails the 207-2 throw of West Valley Spokane’s Vinnie Pecht in 1997. Matt Wauters (Bainbridge Island) captured the shot title in 62-10.25 and placed 9th in the discus with a throw of 179-1.

Mead’s Evan Garber became coach Pat Tyson’s 4th sub 9:00 two miler of his coaching career with a 4th place finish in 8:58.03. Inglemoor’s David Kinsella finished right behind Garber at 8:58.74. Tom Wyatt (Charles Wright) placed 14th in 9:08.72. The seeded race featured CJ Godfrey (South Kitsap) 9:19, John Harding, Issaquah 9:22.31 and James Wilson, West Valley (Yak) 9:27.66.

Laef Barnes (Mead) paced the Washington milers with a 4:13.13 second place finish, Austin Abbott (WF West - Chehalis) followed in 6th, 4:15.27, with Eisenhower's Charles Cummings 12th in 4:19.80. Travis Hartanov (Mt. Spokane) ran the fourth sub 4:20 of the day with a 4:17.72 in the seeded mile race during the day meet.

Brie Felnagle (Bellarmine Prep) 2:11.07 and Cori Moore (Everett) 2:11.37 (WA #7 all-time soph.) highlighted the girls meet going 3 – 4 in the Invitational 800 m run.

Doria Holbrook (Eisenhower) placed 5th in PV 12-01 and Trevor Rollinger (West Valley Yakima) ran a season PR 38.86 in the 300m hurdles.


Two Idaho athletes won the Centralia Spring Break Hammer Championships

Boys Top 5

1. Kyle Annen, Orofino Idaho 193'2 Meet record, Idaho All time State record.
2. Buck Sullivan, Vacaville Ca. 182'1
3. Bard Charters Camas Wa 175'4"
4. Mark Kogan, Capital Olympia WA 156'4"
5. Greg Schultz, Centralia Wa 147'1

Girls Top 5

1. Acacia Foster, Orofino Idaho 148'1 Meet record, 2004 USA National best
2. Shannon Harvery, Olympia Wa 145'4
3. Kim Hern, South Whidbey Island 142'3
4. Alayna Mills, Camas Wa 132'3"
5. Tawni Russell, Camas Wa 117'4"

Renton’s Quinton Taylor (11.25, 22.31), Armand Hopkins (6-6, 21-7), Victor Okocha (49.83, 22.48) led Renton to the team title in the Renton Invitational. Skyline freshman, Matt Frerker, set a meet record in winning the 1600m run in 4:27.22. Stanwood girls easily outdistanced Skyline 157½ to 81 to win the girls title. Skyline senior, Christina Tupper set a meet record 39-4 in the triple jump and won the long jump in 17-3.5 and the short hurdles in 15.07. Stanwood’s Kendra Monroe set a meet record in winning the 300m hurdles in 47.03.

Jessica Pixler, Eastlake, set a meet record running 5:00.73 in the Davis Invite. Stephanie Lenihan, Davis, placed second in 5:02.72. Olympia’s 1600 relay team set a 2004 Washington best of 4:05.94. Heidi Dimmitt (Wenatchee) ran 45.61 to win the 300m hurdles. Olympia’s Pat McCormick set a meet record in the boys JT with a toss of 191-9.

Tornado Invite: Yelm’s Jake Hansen (10.6h, 49.5h, 14.6h), Lakes 43.0, Washington 43.5; 1600 relay - Yelm 3:26.3, 2. Lakes 3:27.7, Steve Bacon (Timberline) 21-6, 42-10.5.

O'Dea's Chancellor Young (10.7h, 22.4h) and Taylor Mays (10.6h, 22.6h) power O'Dea's 400 relay to state leading 42.5h.

Lara Jones (Lakeside - Seattle) 12-4 vault moves her up the Washington State All-Time Pole Vault list to #5


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