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Andrew Hines

Marysville-Pilchuck's sophomore Summer Sanden, center, takes first place in the 100 meters at Marysville-Pilchuck High School on March 29.

The Marysville-Pilchuck track and field team hosted a dual meet against the Lynnwood Royals and the Shorewood Thunderbirds on March 29.

The M-PHS boys team competed tough on the track, but managed to narrowly lose to the Royals, 82-61, and also lost to the Thunderbirds, 92-53.

Marysville-Pilchuck's girls team had a few shining moments as well, but weren't able to put up enough points as they lost to Lynnwood, 81-64, and to Shorewood, 107-42.

"The team is a little banged up but it is great to see them still working so hard day in and day out. It's just important for them to know that they have to do all of the little things right in order to have overall success," said Marysville-Pilchuck Head Coach Mike Cull.

Andrew Hines

photo BY Andrew Hines Tomahawk junior Bryan Sanders secures the seventh-place finish in the 100 meter at Marysville-Pilchuck High School on March 29.

The boys team came out strong in the field events as Cade Tucker, Jeffrey Roullier, Josiah Gould and Alex Bevan all put up points for the Tomahawks. Tucker, junior thrower, earned a first-place finish in the shot put, 48' 0.5", and third place in the discus, 122' 10". Roullier, junior thrower, won the discus with a distance of 135' 10" and two fourth-place finishes, including in the shot put, 40' 4", and the javelin, 125' 9". Gould grabbed the first-place finish in the high jump with a height of 5' 4" as well as competing in multiple relay events. Finally, junior jumper Bevan claimed two top-three finishes as he earned first in the triple jump, 38' 8.25", and third in the long jump, 18' 4.5".

Summer Sanden had a big day for the Tomahawks' girls team. She finished first in the 100 meters, 13.81 sec., first place in the high jump, 5' 1", first in the pole vault, 9' 0", and second place in the 4x400 meter relay, 4:41.37.

Alexia Sandoval, Brianna Jason and Lauren Carson all contributed to the points scored for the Tomahawks. Sandoval, sophomore, earned a third-place finish in the 1,600 meters, 6:05.7, and competed in the 4x400 meter relay team. The senior duo of Carson and Jason tied for the first-place finish in the pole vault, 9', and Carson earned second place in the triple jump, 29' 7.75".

If you want to support the Tomahawks they will compete against Lake Stevens and Mariner on Thursday, April 26, at 3:30 p.m.


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