Bothell’s boys and girls track and field squads celebrate their stellar showing at the district meet. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell’s boys and girls track and field squads celebrate their stellar showing at the district meet. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell boys snag district track and field team title

  • Monday, May 21, 2018 1:48pm
  • Sports

Bothell’s Da’Vicious Wilson won three events for the second straight week and the Cougar boys claimed the 4A District 2 title on May 18 at the Southwest Athletic Complex in West Seattle.

Wilson took the 110 hurdles in 15.18, the long jump in 22-00 and the triple jump in 44-11.25. The hurdles time is a finals PR for Wilson, who leads the 4A state standings in the jumps (47-2 in the triple and 23-5.25 in the long). He’s second in state in all classifications in the triple.

It was a big meet for Bothell’s Witters boys: Ryan won the 400 meters in 51.01 and Sean took the javelin in 167-00. Also for Bothell, Dane Siegelman won the 200 meters in 22.65, Matthew Howard won the 300 hurdles in 39.69 and the 4◊400 relay (Ryder Locknane, Brandon Simmons, Tyler Schenck and Howard) won in 3:25.40.

The Bothell boys also won the 4A KingCo title this season.

For the girls at districts, Bothell’s Lauren Stavig won the 100 meters in 12.54 and the 200 meters in 25.81; and for Inglemoor, Kim Kramers won the pole vault in a PR 12-5.

These Cougars and Vikings and a host of other Northshore athletes will compete at the state meet on May 24-26 at Mount Tahoma High in Tacoma. For a full list of qualifiers, visit wiaa.com.

Bothell’s Da’Vicious Wilson wins the triple jump at districts. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell’s Da’Vicious Wilson wins the triple jump at districts. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

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