Beaver Sports Roundup: September 21-22
By Chris Foster, Intern
Ballard cross-country found success again Wednesday, as the men’s team edged out Redmond and Inglemoor with a score of 38 points at Lower Woodland. Redmond finished 2nd with 39 points, followed by Inglemoor with 45.
Alex Bowns— in familiar fashion— won the 5,000-meter race by 30 seconds with a time of 16:24, making it three in a row for the Beaver runner. Victor Bailly and Michael Vitz-Wong also finished strong at 7th and 8th, with Bailly clocking a 17:19 and Vitz-Wong a 17:29. Bryan Quandt was close behind his teammates, finishing in 10th place with a time of 17:54, and rounding out the Beaver’s success was Matt Rusk with an 18:06, 12th place finish.
The women’s team also had a strong showing, with Anna Mirenzi finishing 2nd with a time of 20:39. Alyson Fromm also had a top-ten finish, coming in 7th after running a 21:25. Rachel Livengood, Truly McCone
and Rena Evans also scored for the Beavers, as Livengood put up a 22:49 for 13th place. McCone came in 20th with a time of 23:49, and Evans finished 26th at 24:57.
The Beavers next meet is this Saturday the 24th at Lake Sammamish state park.
Although the Ballard tennis team lost to Bothell 5-2 on Thursday, there were some individual standouts for the Beavers.
Ben Thomson beat Jake Arlan 6-1 and 6-0, while Galen Richards and Toby Dunkelberg beat David Schorman and Joel Pearson 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 to win the doubles point.
Girl’s swim and dive, 3:30, Medgar Evers Pool
Footall, 5:00, Memorial Stadium