End-of-Season Banquet!

Wednesday, May 31st, 5:30pm

Pine Lake Covenant Church

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The Eastlake boys distance squad continued their spectacular season at the District State Qualifying Meet at Renton Memorial Stadium on May 17th and 20th.  In an encore performance to the King Co Championships that were held last week, the Wolves once again took top honors in the 800-3200m runs.  Junior Connor Hom lead the way winning both the 800 and 1600m, while his twin brother Justin was runner up in the 800m and had a state qualifying 4th place finish in the 1600m.  Teammate Noah Zahn, who will compete in cross country and track next year at Lehigh University, claimed the 3200m title.  Ethan Pedersen also punched his ticket to the State Meet by placing 3rd in that event. 

The record books took a beating in all three races.  In the 800m Connor and Justin both ran huge personal records of 1:52.87 and 1:53.42 respectively.  They are now the #2 and #3 all time behind Nathan Pixler who ran collegiately at the University of Colorado and was a WAC 800m champion for Seattle University.  In the 1600m Connor is third all time, moving ahead of Pixler with a time of 4:15.3 while Justin is 5th all time with a 4:17.8, besting Adamson Bryant who went on to run cross country and track for Duke University. Zahn, who was sidelined with a foot injury the first part of the season ran a personal best in the 3200m in a time of 9:18.07 which is the 6th fastest at Eastlake.

The Wolves field events crew had their best district meet in years, qualifying four individuals to the State Meet.  Mason Heisser (triple jump), Addison Kapur (javelin), and Peyton Glennon-Robbins (long jump) were all runners up in their events while Kai Baker took third in the discus.  Kai Lane (javelin), Olukitan Sojinrin(triple jump), Azadeh Teague (discus) and Hannah Sahagian (pole vault) all narrowly missed qualifying by placing 5th.   Baker threw a huge personal best of 147-04 in the discus and is now ranked 3rd all time for the Wolves. Sahagian and Sojinrin also moved up in the record books with their marks.  Sahagian is now the 4th best pole vaulter in history for the Wolves while Sojinrin is the 7th best triple jumper.

The girls relay teams continued to impress by qualifying all three to the State Meet.  Glennon-Robbins, Sofia Robe, Peyton Qunito and Ava Hagwell all ran on both the 2nd place 4x100m and 4x200m squads.  Their 49.82 clocking in the 4x100m gives them a 3rd place all time.  Hagwell and Qunito combined with Alyssa Flindt and Sally Roos in the 4x400m’s runner’s up performance.  The time of 4:00.20 is 2nd all time for the Wolves.  The boys 4x400m also placed 2nd to qualify.  The team of Evan Harper, Justin Hom, Harry McHugh, and Connor Hom ran a 3:26.32, cracking the top ten in all time standings. 

Additional individual qualifiers include:

*Evan Harper continues his stellar senior season and will run both the 400m and 200m at State.  He placed 4thin the 400m in a personal best time of 51.08 and ran the qualifying standard in the 200m with his 22.31 clocking.  He is now ranked 5th on the all-time list for the 200m.

*Sally Roos, Jane Roos, and Harry McHugh qualified in 800m, 1600m and the 200m respectively by meeting the qualifying standard.  Sally’s time in the 800m (2:15.7) is 5th all time for EHS.

Additional point scorers included:

5th Place:  Alyssa Flindt:  400m (59.54) …5th all-time.

6th Place:  Matthew Secrist:  110m hurdles (15.70) ….8th all time.

                  Kai Brown:  300m hurdles (41.10) …8th all time.

                  Ava Hagwell:  400m

                  Jane Roos:  800m (2:16.4) ….6th all time.

                  Peyton Quinto:  high Jump

7th Place:  Secrist:  300m hurdles (41.13) …9th all time.

                   Mason Heisser:  Long Jump

                   Flindt:  800m (2:18.18) ….8th all time.

                   Addison Kapur:  shot put

8th Place:  Trevor Galvin:  100m

                   Ethan Pedersen:  1600m

                   Andreas Johnson:  pole vault

                   Peyton Glennon-Robbins:  200m (26.22) …4th all time.

                   Fiona Wolf:  3200m

Next Up:  The Wolves will head to Tacoma for the State Meet which will be held at Mt. Tahoma High School May 25th-27th.




 It was a day for the history books on May 12th at Renton Memorial Stadium when the Eastlake boys track team bested their nearest competitor Redmond by more than 50 points to win the Kingco championship.  Leading the way for the Wolves was Connor Hom who won both the 1600m (4:19.3) and the 800m (1:54.28} and then went on to anchor the winning 1600m relay, erasing a 20-meter lead in the process. Led by Hom, the boys' distance squad swept the distance events with Ethan Pederson, the Liberty cross country and track recruit, also claiming gold in the 3200m (9:26.7). The Wolves occupied half of the podium spots in the 1600m, and the 800m with Justin Hom placing 3rd in the 800m and 4th in the 1600m and Eli Yoon placing 7th in the 800m and 8th in the 1600m.  Noah Zahn was runner-up in the 3200m and placed 5th in the 1600m. Helping Hom on the winning relay team were Justin Hom, Evan Harper, and Harry McHugh. Hom’s 800m time is now 2nd all-time at EHS, surpassing Dan Sloat who ran collegiately at Rice University.

The girls' team also had a historical day, with Addison Kapur winning the javelin in a blockbuster throw of 123-00, which is the new school record. For the first time ever, all three girls’ relays claimed gold. The 4x100m (49.93) relay now ranks 3rd all time for the Wolves, while the 4x200m (1:44.68) and the 4x400m (4:00.94) rank #2 all-time. The duo Peyton Quinto and Ava Hagwell (who will run for the University of Chicago next year) participated in all three victories while Sofia Robe and Peyton Glennon-Robbins ran the 4x100m and 4x200m with Alyssa Flindt and Jane Roos filling out the 4x400m squad. Hagwell and Quinto also podiumed individually in the 400m and high jump as did Kapur in the shot put.

The pole vault pit was dominated by the maroon and black with the Wolves qualifying all three boys who participated and four of the girls for the district meet. Leading the way for the boys was Ian Simmons who placed 3rd in a personal best vault of 12-00. Cole Hunt and Andreas Johnson placed 5th and 6th and will move on. For the girls, Hannah Sahagian and Alison Plagge both jumped 10-00, placing 4th and 5th, while Ananya Diddee and Marissa Prock both jumped 8-06 to move on.

Mason Heisser continued his stellar season in the jumps by qualifying in all three events.  He was runner up in both the long jump and the triple jump with a huge personal best in the long jump of 21-04 which gives him a 2nd place all time ranking. His teammate Olukitan Sojjinrin will represent the Wolves at the district meet in both the long and the triple jump.  He cracked the top 10 all time for EHS with a 19-75 long jump mark.

Additional meet highlights that include the following student -athletes who scored points and will move on to the district :

*Kai Baker placed 2nd in the discus with a 139-02 personal best toss and is now 4th all time for the Wolves in that event. He will also represent EHS in the shot put with his 4th place finish. Teammate Jack Porter will also move on to districts in the discus (5thplace) and the shot put.

*Hurdler Matt Secrist was runner up in the 110 highs and placed 4th in the 300’s. Teammate Kai Brown was 3rd in the 300m event.

*Noah Zahn’s time of 9:27 in his second-place finish in the 3200m is 6th all time for EHS. His 1600m time of 4:21.1 cracked the top ten in the 1600m.

*Evan Harper had a breakout race in the 400m running a time of 51.18 which won him a bronze medal.  He also podiumed in the 200m, placing 8th in another personal best of 22.54.

*Senior Kai Lane, the Central Washington football recruit, punched his ticket to the district meet by placing 3rd in the javelin with a throw of 158-03.

*Peyton Glennon-Robbins moved up in the record books to 4th all time in the 200m with a time of 26.23. She also placed 5th in the long jump guaranteeing her a spot in the district meet.

*Alyssa Flindt ran a huge personal best in the 400m, running a time of 1:00.32, the 8th fastest in Eastlake history.  She also qualified individually in the 800m.

*Sally Roos will join her sister Jane in representing the Wolves in both the 1600m and 800m.  Their 800m times of 2:17.12 and 2:18.96 move them up 5th and 8th on Eastlake’s all-time list.

*Sophomore Azadeh Teague will represent EHS as well.  She placed 3rd in the discus and 8th in the shot put.  First-year teammate Alexandra Walker will join her in the discus after placing 5th with a personal best throw of 95-05.

*Sydney Lamb continues her strong freshman season. She placed 6th in the 3200m and will compete in the district meet.

*Freshman Colby Johnson ran a great 100m in 11.25a and placed 7th.    He is now ranked 8th on Eastlake’s all-time list.

*Harry McHugh’s placed 7th in the 200m in a personal best time of 22.46 and will compete at the district meet in that event as well as in the 100m.

*Caden Dosch was a point scorer for the Wolves by placing 8th in the javelin.

District Qualifiers based upon marks;

Trevor Galvin (100 & 200m)

Sofia Robe (100m &200m))

Alison Plagge (100m)

Erin Schmidlin (400&800m)

Andrew Talius (800m)

Ethan Pedersen (1600m)

Fiona Wolf (3200m)

Abbey VanValkenburg (3200)

Zach Schriner (Javelin)



The Eastlake track and field team has qualified the most athletes in its history for the Kingco track and field championships that will be held May 12th and 13th at Renton Memorial Stadium.  The boys 1600m and the girls pole vaulters qualified 5 individuals each, followed by the boys 800m, the boys 3200m, the boys triple jump, the girls 400m, the girls 800m, the girls 1600m and the girls shot put, who all qualified four each.  Congratulations to all the Wolves who have qualified:

100m:  Sofia Robe, Alison Plagge, Kai Brown, Colby Johnson, and Trevor Galvin.

200m:  Peyton Glennon-Robbins, Sofia Robe, Harry McHugh, Evan Harper, and Trevor Galvin.

400m:  Ava Hagwell, Alyssa Flindt, Erin Schmidlin, Holly Carroll, and Evan Harper.

800m:  Sally Roos, Jane Roos, Alyssa Flindt, Erin Schmidlin, Connor Hom, Justin Hom, Eli Yoon, and Andrew Talius.

1600m: Sally Roos, Jane Roos, Sydney Lamb, Fiona Wolf, Connor Hom, Justin Hom, Eli Yoon, Noah Zahn and Ethan Pedersen.

3200m: Sydney Lamb, Abbey Van Valkenburg, Fiona Wolf, Ethan Pedersen, Noah Zahn, Daniel Montano and Chris Lynn.

110m hurdles:  Matthew Secrist

300m hurdles:  Madison Beaty, Kai Brown, Matthew Secrist, and Keegan Allen.

4x100m Relay:  Peyton Glennon-Robbins, Ava Hagwell, Peyton Quinto, Sofia Robe, Alison Plagge, Marissa Prock, Holly Carroll,            and Sophia Tedrow.

                        Colby Johnson, Bryson Hodges, Trevor Galvin, Harry McHugh, Evan Harper, Kai Brown, Caden Dosch, and Asir Jackson.

4x200m Relay:  Peyton Quinto, Ava Hagwell, Sofia Robe, Alsion Plagge, Peyton Glennon-Robbins, Marissa Prock, Holly Carroll, and Sophia Tedrow.

4x400m Relay:  Alyssa Flindt, Sally Roos, Peyton Quinto, Ava Hagwell, Erin Schmidlin, Jane Roos, Holly Carroll and Marissa Prock

                       Evan Harper, Justin Hom, Harry McHugh, Connor Hom, Gustav Zaunders, Bryson Hodges, Eli Yoon, and Thomas Gustafoson

Shot Put:  Addison Kapur, Azadeh Teague, Samantha Secrist, Alexandra Walker, Jack Porter, Kai Baker, and Daniel Barton

Discus:  Azadeh Teague, Alexandra Walker, Kai Baker, Jack Porter and Daneil Barton

Javelin:  Addison Kapur, Mi-la Guest, Sophia Ferretti, Kai Lane, Caden Dosch, and Zachary Schriner

High Jump:  Peyton Quinto, Mason Heisser, Olukitan Sojinirin, and Eli Deguzman.

Pole Vault:  Hannah Sahagian, Ananya Diddee, Alison Plagge, Marisa Prock, Kate Thomas, Andreas Johnson, Cole Hunt and Ian Simmons.

Long Jump:  Peyton Glennon-Robbins, Mason Herisser, Olukitan Sojinrin, and Eli Deguzman

Triple Jump:  Mason Heisser, Olukitan Sojinrin, Eil Deguzman, and Caleb Mohrhardt


Find more T&F Meet Recaps on the News Page



Historic 2022 XC Season: Two Team Trophies & 
Boys team Academic State Champions!

Wolves take 3 team awards at State Cross Country Championships in Pasco on Nov 5th. 

The Boys XC team won the Academy State Championship with a 3.940 avg GPA! 

The Girls team took home 4th place trophy marking the 8th time in 13 State appearances that the girls team has taken home a team trophy and the 3rd trophy in the last 3 full seasons. The girls team was represented by: Jane Roos, Sally Roos, Alyssa Flindt, Kaitlyn Liu, Kiera Quinto, Abbey VanValkenburg, Sydney Lamb. Individually Jane Roos finished 7th on the podium for 1st team All-state honors! 

The Boys team battled for 2nd place, marking the first State trophy in school history! The boys team was represented by: Noah Zahn, Ethan Pedersen, Connor Hom, Justin Hom, Harris Austin, Andrew Talius, and Daniel Montano. Individually, Noah Zahn finished 6th place and earned 1st team All-state honors!

Great way to finish strong this season!



Boys Win Kingco XC Title! Girls close 2nd

Wolves XC Boys team won the super competitive Kingco League Championship on Oct 21st. Led by Ethan Pedersen the Wolves placed all 7 runners in the top 19. The Girls team finished a close 2nd by only 2pts. All League Kingco honors were earned by 5 boys and 3 girls. Congrats to First team: Ethan Pedersen (1st), Noah Zahn (3rd), Connor Hom (5th), and Jane Roos (5th). Second team: Harris Austin (9th), Justin Hom (10th), Sally Roos (8th) and Alyssa Flindt (14th). 

Both JV squads also won their respective races at the "Kingco JV Subvarsity Invite" with Erin Schmidlin and Andrew Talius winning individual titles as well. 



Pumpkin Dash Results

Thanks to every for joining at the Pumpkin Dash this year. You can find result here. Due to the issues with the K/1st race, we unfortunately do not have results. Stay tuned for Pumpkin Dash 2023. Most likely the 1st Wednesday in October. 


May 28
Jun 1
5:30p T&F Banquet
T&F Banquet

Wednesday, May 31
5:30p - 9:00p
Pine Lake Covenant Church
3:15p XC Interest Meeting
XC Interest Meeting

Wednesday, June 7
3:15p - 3:45p
EHS Matroom (lower gym area)

For all those interested in XC 2023, both new and returning runners

7:00p XC Parent Meeting (new parents)
XC Parent Meeting (new parents)

Wednesday, June 7
7:00p - 7:30p
Virtual Call

Email Coach Troy for meeting invite. For new XC parents.
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Eastlake High School
400 228th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA 98074

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