Sports Roundup 5-31-22
By Tim Clinton
Track and field
Caleb Pook enjoyed a banner meet for the Ballard Beavers in state Class 3A action held Thursday through Saturday at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma.
Pook placed second in the pole vault, clearing the bar at a height of 14 feet, 3 inches.
He also finished fourth in the 110-meter high hurdles in a time of 15.40 seconds and fifth in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles in 40.38.
Lyricc Lopez of Foster took second in the 2A 300 hurdles with a 36.33 time and third in the 100-meter dash in 10.89.
He posted a 22.03 to win the preliminaries in the 200 but did not start in the final.
In the 1A meet held the same days at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Justin Brooks of Seattle Christian finished fourth in the 300 hurdles in 41.10.
Steele Guthrie snagged seventh in the 4A boys high jump at 6-0.
Madeleine Koenig of Ballard came in seventh in the 3A girls pole vault at 10-6 and Adrienne Fletcher of Evergreen was eighth in the 2A girls long jump at 15-08.50.
Carly Wayss of West Seattle was 11th in the 3A girls discus at 101-11 and teammate Kaitlin Askay was 11th in the 3A girls pole vault at 10-0.
Thomas Duggan of Ballard was 11th in the 3A boys pole vault at 13-0 and Madeline Storhoff of Kennedy Catholic was 11th in the 4A girls long jump at 15-11.25.
Angelina Vo of Foster took 12th in the 2A girls pole vault at 8-0 and teammate Alofasau Seole was 12th in the girls javelin at 96-05.
Ballard's Hazel Engstrom was 13th in the 3A girls high jump at 4-10 and Kennedy Catholic came in 13th in the 4A girls 800 relay in 1:47.79.
Evergreen's Logan Hines was 13th in the 2A boys 400 in 53.12.
Seattle Christian's Jackson Oldright finished 14th in the 1A boys 300 hurdles in 44.44.
Theo France of Tyee took 15th in the 2A boys triple jump at 38-00.75 and Fletcher was 15th for Evergreen in the 2A girls 100 hurdles in 17.85.
Mason Hayes of Kennedy Catholic snatched up a 16th place finish in the 4A boys javelin at 133-01 and Sarah Bailey of Seattle Christian was 16th in the 1A girls 100 with a 13.70 clocking.
Ballard's Tova Goodert was 16th in the 3A girls 100 hurdles in 17.01.
West Seattle placed 17th in the 3A girls 400 relay in 51.43 and Brendan Day of Ballard was 18th in the boys 3A pole vault at 12-0.
Silas Healy of Ballard swept his way through his first three matches to reach the state Class 3A tournament boys singles semifinals before settling for a sixth place finish.
Healy lost his semifinal to eventual champion Brett Pearson of Lake Washington, 6-2, 6-2, before losing the match for third and sixth to Lakeside's Jack Scott, 6-3, 6-2.
Healy opened with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Felipe Rodriguez of Yelm before beating Jackson Clary of Kennewick, 6-1, 6-0.
He defeated Russell Anderson of Edmonds-Woodway, 6-0, 6-0, in the quarterfinals.
The tournament took place Friday and Saturday in Richland.