Clark County excels at BorderDuals meet
Tanner Sork wasn’t the only local track and field athlete to excel at the BorderDuals meet on Saturday at Lewis & Clark College in Portland.
Sork set the Washington state record for the 800 meters with a time of 1:48.74. See that story here: http://www.columbian.com/news/2012/ju…
Among other top results:
— Union’s Joe Thompson won the pole vault by clearing 15 feet, 9 inches.
— Heritage’s Sean Keller won the javelin with a throw of 213-9, which was a meet record (bettering 191-1 by Sam Crouser in 2008) and a stadium record for high school athletes (210-8 by Michael Davis of King’s in 2006).
— Evergreen’s Sabrina Sears won the 1,500 with a meet-record time of 4:38.73. (The old record of 4:48.26 was set last year.)
— Columbia River’s Jennifer DeBellis (3A state pole vault champ) and Anandae Clark (1A champ from Lakeside-9 Mile Falls) both cleared 12-3.
— Camas’ Camille Parsons and Lindsay Wourms finished 2nd and 4th in the 3,000. Delaney Tiernan of Tahoma won in 10:24.76. Parsons’ time was 10:25.36 and Wourms’ 10:34.49.
— Washougal’s Isaac Stinchfield was fourth in the 2,000 steeplechase with a time of 6:18.74.
— Ridgefield freshman Raigan Page placed second in the girls 400 (57.62) and third in the girls 200 (25.57).
Union coach Scott Eschels wrote in an email: “Pretty good showing for us and the rest of Clark County. Add that to (Union’s) Heather Browning’s third overall in the hepathalon up north at the Lake Stevens state championships and we had another pretty good week in track.”
Complete results from the BorderDual meet can be found here: http://dyestat.rise.espn.go.com/meetresults.jsp?meetID=55883