Boys 4x400 takes home district title while fastpitchers take fourth seed to state
June 9, 2008 · Updated 2:35 PM
Several tracksters make it to state while Spartans struggle to get hits.
TUKWILA, WEST SEATTLE - A dominant force on the track all season, the Bainbridge boys 4x400 relay team came out and took care of business, winning a district title at the 3A Sea-King District 2 meet at the Southwest Complex in West Seattle Friday.
The quartet of Austin Hallett, Patrick Wauters, Greg Nance and Bevan Taylor took control on the second leg and didn't let up, winning the event by a few lengths over Rainier Beach with a time of 3:24.08.
Taylor also qualified in the 1600 with a fourth place finish.
Quinton Agosta qualified in two events, the triple jump and the discus with a second place throw of 151 feet, 10 inches.
Cheyne Clark made it in the pole vault with a mark of 13 feet, six inches.
For the girls, Tess Sadowsky made it with her fourth place finish in the 300 hurdles.
Emily Farrar made it with a second place finish in the 1600, narrowly missing out on a district title as Chelsea Burns of Holy Names took first.
The Bainbridge fastpitch team takes the fourth seed to the state tournament as they lost 7-2 to Metro rival Bishop Blanchet and 2-0 to Liberty.
Star Track is at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco while the 3A state tournament is at the South End Recreation Area in Tacoma next weekend.