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Bothell, Kenmore athletes medal during state meet, Corson and Mills win titles

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Inglemoor's Darhian Mills took home the state title in the girls 300-meters during the State Championship Track and Field meet held at Mount Tahoma High School May 30-31.
— image credit: Contributed photo/Kathy Mills

Bothell's Ryan Corson won the state title in the 400-meters while Inglemoor's Darhian Mills took home the state title in the girls 300-meters during the State Championship Track and Field meet held at Mount Tahoma High School May 30-31.

Inglemoor had five athletes medal during the meet, while the Cougar athletes medaled in six more events.

Mills finished in a time of 42.45 seconds during the finals of the 300-meters. Corson finished in a time of 48.64.

The female sprinters from Bothell showed well during the meet. Sarah Stavig took second place in the 100-meters (12.43) and fourth place in the 200-meters (25.20), while Maya Harewood took third place in the 100-meters (12.59) and another third in the 200-meters (25.17).

Charlie Barringer earned fifth place in the 3,200-meters for Bothell with a time of 9-minutes, 11-seconds. The 1,600-meter relay team of Colton Sather, Kanyon Powers, Croson and Daniel Summers earned fifth place (3:25.21) for Bothell and the girls 400-meter relay team of Katie Bellusci, Harewood, Sophie Bowles and Stavig took eighth place (1:04.90).

Overall, the Bothell girls placed eighth overall out of 48 teams and the boys team landed in 13th place out of 45 teams. The Inglemoor girls placed sixth overall at the meet as a team.

Inglemoor junior Amber Rose took fifth in the 3,200-meters with a time of 10:53.17, while Viking Joey Massey finished fifth overall in the high jump with a height of 6-feet, 4-inches.

Claire Moses of Inglemoor finished fifth in the 100-meter hurdles (14.91) behind Mills in fourth (14.80).

Inglemoor junior Anna Richards medaled in the triple jump with a distance of 36-feet, 9.50-inches, while teammate Katie Mohn tied for seventh overall in the pole vault with a height of 10-feet, 6-inches.

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