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By Jennifer Smith
For The Sentinel 

School records fall in middle school final meet

 

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RECORD: Ocean Bryan, left, leans into a win and new record in the 200 meters.

Goldendale Middle School track stars hit their stride at the final meet of the season, held in Kittitas. With seven, first place finishes, the boys’ and girls’ teams both took second place overall, finishing a season full of new school records.

Ocean Bryan set a new record in the 200 meter dash with a time of 28.84 and took first with a lean at the finish line. Allison Gilliam out-sprinted Nadia Smith (1.08:97) to win the 400 meter in 1.07:84 for another school record.

Throughout the season, the relay team of Bryan, Smith, Gilliam and Clear set three new school records, including the 4 x 100 relay in a time of 57.04, and the 800 medley relay, first with a time of 2:15.60, and then again with a time of 2:12.10. At the final meet, with Clear injured, teammate Maddie Cameron stepped in to fill the spot. After an exciting race, with a dropped baton and some stellar performances, Bryan leaned across the finish line to defeat the team from Riverside Christian for the 800 medley relay win.

On the boy’s side of competition, Dillon Rising set a fast pace and led the 1600 meters from start to finish for the win, following up his new school record set the previous week of 5:31.60.

Maverick Frantum won the triple jump with a distance of 32-11 and Jacob Heibert won the high jump, clearing 5-feet. The relay team of McKay Knowlton, Heibert, Leroy Miller and Michael Jagelski won the 800 medley relay, tying the school record with a time of 1:56.25.

“We had a great season,” said Head Coach Maureen Baughan. “We had 54 kids turn out originally, so we had a large group of athletes to work with. Everyone who competed set new personal bests more than once, we set quite a few new school records, and we hopefully prepared some talented eighth graders to move up to high school track next year.” The team was also coached by assistants Mark Baughan and Jennifer Smith.

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HURDLES: Mykhail Lembke running the 100 meter hurdles.

Other results: Allison Gilliam 2nd 100m 13.98, 3rd long jump 13-2; Nadia Smith 3rd 100m 14.3, 4th discus 63-7; Sydnye Prociw 5th in 400m; Halie Allen 7th 400m; Ellisa Evans 10th 400m; Sierra Clear 7th 200m; Hailie Bigbie 2nd shot put 32-3, 3rd discus 72-2; Kate Heibert 6th discus 59-3, 7th 800m 3:16.44; Briana Cuevas 3rd javelin 69-3; Mikayla Hagedorn 7th javelin 59-5, 8th triple jump 23-1, 7th 1600m 7:44.1; Suzanna Bilderback 3rd triple jump 26-1, 6th high jump 4-0; 4th 100m hurdles 19.6; Abby Mains 4th triple jump 25-11, 4th high jump 4-2, 11th 100m hurdles 21.18; Tasha Wheelon 5th triple jump 25-3; Ocean Bryan 5th 100m hurdles 19.61; Gabbi Guthrie 5th 1600m 7:31.44, 8th 800m 3:23.69; Sheldon George 6th 1600m 6:02.37, 9th javelin 97-0; Zerin Croover 8th 1600m 6:07.85; Dillon Rising 5th 800m; Cristian Nadler 10th 800m, 9th discus 73-1, 4th javelin 110-1; Maverick Frantum 2nd 400m 1:03.09; Michael Jagelski 4th 400m 1:06; Joe Burgess 6th 400m 1:07.9; Johnathon DeMott 7th 400m 1:11.13, Jacob Heibert 6th 100m 12.91; McKay Knowlton 7th 100m 12.94, 3rd triple jump 31-9; Andrew Gerchak 8th 100m 13.0, 5th high jump 4-8, 4th long jump 15-4, 6th javelin 107-5; Leroy Miller 4th triple jump 30-1, 7th 81-5; Alex Mains 5th triple jump 30-0; Conner Doubravsky 7th 28-9, 6th discus 85-1; Mykhail Lembke 8th discus 75-6; girls 4x100 relay 4th (Wheelon, Cameron, Allen, Bilderback), 7th (Kate Heibert, Bigbie, Abbie Mains, Neda Maghsadi); girls 800 medley relay 5th (Hagedorn, Evans, Wheelon, Cuevas); boys 800 medley relay 5th (DeMott, Doubravsky, Alex Mains, Croover); boys 4x100 relay 5th (Lembke, Burgess, Alex Mains, Frantum), 7th (William Finn, Colton Ward, Qwinton Prociw, Brandon Alfaro).

 

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