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Track and field | Bainbridge uses digital timing in first home meet
In their first home meet with electronic timing, the boys track and field took first place while the girls team placed as Bainbridge hosted Lakeside and Rainier Beach Thursday.
The boys team scored 68 points to Lakeside's 32 and Rainier Beach's 26.
Willie Wenzlau took irst in the 800-meter with a time of two minutes, two seconds. The Spartans also won the 4x400 meter relay. The team of Drew Wickens, Johsn Petersn, Jannik Lutz and Wenzlau finished in 3:49.57.
Brad Wilmott took first in the high jump, long jump and triple jump.
Cameron Brink placed first in discus.
The girls team scored 44 points to Lakeside's 52. Rainier Beach came in thrid with 39 points.
The team of Veroniz Saez, Maddie Ginder, Carolyn Milander and Katherine Bond took first in the 4x200 meter relay (1:56) and second in the 4x100 (55.14).
In the 4x400 meter relay, Isabel Freguson, Courtney Odell, Sylvia Stellmacher and Annie Taylor finished second (4:22.24) to Lakeside's 4:13.18.
In the 400-meter dash, Odell finished second (1:03.49) and Stellmacher third (1:04.65).
Ferguson finished second in the 800 (2:25.68) and Taylor third (2:26.53).
Audre Allbritton placed second in the pole vault and Haley Brandt-Erichsen took second in the triple jump.
Keazia Thomas-O'Hern took second place in the shot put.
The Spartans will compete in their only away meet of the seson when they take on Cleveland and Nathan Hale at Nathan Hale at 3:30 pm. April 8.