Addison Kapur got the Eastlake Track and Field Team off to a tremendous start in the “Battle of 228th Street” jamboree on March 14th at Skyline High School.  The early season “rust buster” against Skyline and Eastside Catholic was an abbreviated non-scoring meet that gave the student-athletes a chance to dip their toe in the water and compete in two events.  Kapur, who set the school record in the javelin as a sophomore last year and placed 3rd at the State Meet picked up right where she left off and improved her own record by more than seven inches with a 133-04 winning throw.  She is the State leader in early season rankings.  

Additional Winners Included:

*Azadeh Teague threw a huge personal best in the discus with a 123-07 toss.  She is inches away from breaking one of Eastlake’s oldest school records, which was set by Heidi Hurn in 1998. She is now 2nd all time for Eastlake, moving ahead of Rachel Gough who is currently throwing the discus and shot put collegiately at Southern Utah University.

*The girl’s 4x800m relay of Anna Schneidler, Jane Roos, Fiona Wolf and Sally Roos handily defeated the Skyline team that included Anna Callahan and Rebecca O’Keefe, who have both won individual state championships.  In the opening leg freshmen sensation Schneidler dropped Callahan with 200m to go and finished 20m ahead.  The Roos sisters and Wolf extended the lead to win by over 40 seconds.  Their time of 9:38.3 is number two all time for the Wolves and only 2 seconds behind last year’s school record squad that included the Roos sisters, Erin Schmidlin and Alyssa Flindt.  Schmidlin is currently running track and cross country for the University of Puget Sound.

*Matthew Secrist was impressive in his 110m hurdle opener, running a personal best time of 15.61.  He is currently ranked 5th in the State and moves up to 8th all time for the Wolves.

*Zachary Schreiner threw a huge personal best in the javelin, improving 22 feet with a 159-00 effort.  He is currently ranked 3rd in the State and moves up to 5th all time for the Wolves.

*The 4x400m boys relay team of Bryson Hodges, Harry McHugh, Secrist and Connor Hom ran a solid early opener time of 3:34.  They are currently ranked 2nd in the State.

*George Malina’s win the fresh/soph 100m in a time of 11.70 is the 4th best time ever run by a freshman at EHS.

*Jumper Mason Heisser who placed 9th in the triple jump at the State Meet last year won the long jump with a solid 20-00 mark.

*Senior Katelyn Brandford won the long jump in her debut with a 15-09 effort.  Moving ahead of Courtney Pixler who went on to play soccer at the University of Alabama, she is now ranked 7th all time for the Wolves.

*Hannah Sahagian, who narrowly missed qualifying for the State Meet in the pole vault last year, placed first with a 9-06, ranking her 8th in the 4A standings.  Her teammates Annanya Diddee and Kate Thomas placed 2nd and 3rd, completing the sweep.

2nd Place Finishers Included:

Connor Hom-1600m

Felipe Figueira-110m hurdles

Dhruv Setty-shot put

Keylen Wandji-high jump

Luke Simon-pole vault

Caitlyn Headon-Weeks-Fr./Soph 100m

Sally Roos-1600m

Madison Beaty-100m hurdles

Addison Kapur-shot put

Krista Kostoff-shot put

3rd Place Finishers:

Harry McHugh-100m

Johah Yoon-Fr./Soph. 100m

Nicholas Cook-shot put

Orin Craig-discus

Drew Aquino-high jump

Charlie Porter-pole vault

Eli Deguzman-long jump

Sophie-Rose O’Brien-Fr./Soph. 100m

Anna Schneidler-1600m

Azadeh Teague-shot put

Alexandra Walker-discus

Grace Tolo-high jump

4th Place Finishers Included:

Asir Jackson-100m &long jump

Jacob Kim-Fr./Soph. 100m

Eli Yoon-1600m

Finnegan Waldron-discus

Aiden Gavin-javelin

Erin Harris- 100m

Clare Drake-Fr./Soph 100m

Jane Roos-1600m

Alexandra Melchor-Alvarez-javelin

Next Up: The top competitors in each event will participate in the inaugural Issaquah Icebreaker Invitational on Saturday March 23rd, featuring some of the top teams in the state.  The full squad will head to Newport on Wednesday March 27th for a dual meet.





Ava Hagwell and Peyton Quinto ended their Eastlake track careers in spectacular fashion on Saturday May 27th at the State Meet in Tacoma by running on the 4x200m and 4x400m relays, both of which set new school records while placing 6th and 2ndplace respectively.  The 4x200m squad, which also included Peyton Glennon-Robbins and Sofia Robe ran a time of 1:44.16, surpassing the previous record of 1:44.18, which was set in 2013 by Ellie Woerner, Anna Carskaden, Audrey Knutsen and Maddy Kennedy.  Carskaden went on to run track at Cal Poly while Woerner played basketball at Boise State and the University of Portland.  In the 4x400m Allyssa Flindt and Jane Roos joined forces with Hagwell (University of Chicago recruit) and Quinto to courageously run a 3:58.63 clocking. All four girls ran under 60 seconds for their splits, narrowly missing the win to Camas. (Sally Roos ran in the prelims Friday night, helping the Wolves move on.)  The previous record of 3:59.71 was set by Ellie Talius, Alexia Bryant, Azita Balsara and Brooke Manson in 2018.  Talius went on to triple jump for Sandford while Manson is finishing up her middle-distance career at the University of Utah where she has been all Pac12 in the 800m multiple times.


Distance runners Connor Hom, Justin Hom and Noah Zahn all reached the podium over the three-day state meet.  Connor Hom got the Wolves off to a great start on Thursday by placing 2nd in the 1600m in a personal best time of 4:14.04.  He is now 2nd all time for EHS, surpassing Joey Corr who went on to run distance at the University of Minnesota and is less than a second away from the school record which is held by Nate Pendleton who ran distance for the Washington State Cougars.  Justin placed 8th in a time of 4:20.8.  Both Hom brothers qualified for the finals of the 800m where Connor placed 3rd in a time of 1:55.76, while Justin placed 4th in a time of 1:56.11.  On Saturday afternoon Noah Zahn despite missing the first half of the season due to a foot injury, courageously lead the last half of the race and narrowly missed winning the 3200 with a third-place finish in a time of 9:19.76.  Zahn will continue his running career next year at Lehigh University where he will run both cross country and track for the Mountain Hawks.


In their best showing in years, the field athletes made Eastlake proud.  Leading the way for the Wolves was discus thrower Kai Baker, who for the 2nd week in a row, threw a huge personal best toss of 152-09 which earned him the silver medal!  Baker leaves EHS   3rd all time in the discus, just behind Gino Bresolin who played college football at the University of Texas El Paso. Sophomore Addison Kapur, who already set the school record in the javelin this season, continued her stellar season by improving her record to 126-02 and by placing third, taking the bronze medal.  Masson Heisser also had a great day in the triple jump where he had a personal best leap of 43-04.75, good enough to make the finals where he placed 9th.




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 4thbest 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 3rdplace 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 8thin 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



The Eastlake Distance Team competed at the Liberty Twilight Distance Carnival in Renton on Friday night May 5th for some last-minute inspiration before Kingco competing in either the 1600m or 3200m events.  Running under the lights to music, the Wolves did not disappoint, with many of them not only running personal records, but punching their ticket to the championship meet.

 Highlights of the night included:

*Connor Hom placed 2nd in the 1600m in a personal best time of 4:19.5.  He is currently ranked 6th in 4A


*Sally and Jane Roos placed 4th and 5th in the 1600m in a virtual tie with times of 5:03.6 and 5:03.9

  respectively.   Sally’s time is a personal record They are currently ranked 7th and 8th in the State.

*Daniel Montano placed 7th in the 3200m in a season’s best time of 10:00.84 and a guarantee for a spot

  in Kingco.

*Justin Hom and Noah Zahn ran personal records in the 1600m with times of 4:25.2 and 4:26, solidifying

  their spots on the starting line at Kingco.  Hom, along with his brother Connor, will double in the 800m,

  while Zahn will compete in the 3200m.

Congratulations to all the Wolves who ran personal bests:

Lukas Talius, Silas Smith, Ariel Shani, Chase Beckstead, Max Qu, Preston Daniels, Colin Thompson, Austin Poppino, Alan Duan, Eamon Senapati, Paolo Villanueva, Aarush Thadani, Zack Rikkinen, Harry Kaiser, Rushil Arun, Sydney Lamb and Dhaya Sarathy.


The Eastlake sprint team had a great showing at the Last Chance Invitational at Lake Washington High School on May 5th, shoring up their marks to ensure their placement in the Kingco Championships.  Leading the way for the Wolves was Evan Harper who won both the 100m (11.32) and the 200m (23.07) in a personal best effort.  Harper will carry a full load at the championship meet, running the 200m, 400m, 4x100m relay and the 4x400m relay.

Peyton Quinto, Ava Hagwell and Alyssa Flindt were all individual winners in the 200m (27.05) PR, 400m (1:00.03), and 800m (2:25.2) respectively.  Afterwards they teamed up, along with Erin Schmidlin, who placed 2nd in the 400m, to win the 4x400m relay in a time of 4:05.3. The quartet will be busy next weekend at the championship meet, which will take place at Renton Memorial Stadium. Hagwell, in addition to her signature event the 400m, will also run on all the relays along with Quinto who will also high jump.  Flindt and Schmidlin will both run the 400m and 800m individually and will then join Quinto and Hagwell in the 4x400m relay.

Additional Highlights Included:

*Alison Plagge and Marisa Prock went 1-2 in the pole vault, both setting personal records (9-00 & 8-06)

 in the process.  The Wolves pole vault squad will be well represented at Kingco with an incredible 5 girls and 3 boys qualifying!

*Matthew Secrist placed 2nd in the 300m hurdles and 3rd in the 110m race, running a personal best in both.  His teammates Kiera Merrian and Kai Brown took 2nd and 3rd in the 300m event.

* Gustav Zaunders and Eli DeGuzman took 3rd place in the 400m and the long jump.


Sub-Varsity Invite

The Eastlake track team hosted Redmond, Woodinville, and Bothell in the Sub Varsity invite on Thursday May 4th, giving the junior varsity athletes a culminating event and a chance to compete for those that needed to improve their marks to ensure their entrance into the King Co Championship.

Winners of the day included:

Evan Harper:  100m (11.30) PR

Ava Hagwell:  100m (13.13) PR

Sofia Robe:  200m (27.24)

Harry McHugh:  200m (23.13)

Holly Carroll:  400m (1:05.7)

Keegan Allen:  300m hurdles (44.79) PR

Asir Jackson, Thomas Gustafson, Caden Dosch and Harry McHugh:  4x100m Relay (44.72)

Juliana Garcia, Alexandra Melchor-Alvarez, Mi-la Guest and Luna Boulanger:  4x400m relay (4:59)

Peyton Quinto:  High Jump (4-06)

Caden Dosch:  Javelin (140-04) PR

Mason Heisser:  High Jump (5-08)

Olukitan Sojinriin:  Long Jump (19-01) PR

Caleb Mohrhardt:  Triple Jump (38-01) PR

2nd and 3rd place point scorers included:

100m:  Kai Brown, Sofia Robe, and Colby Johnson

200m:  Marissa Prock & Colby Johnson

400m:  Gustav Zaunders (PR), Olga Carvallo (PR) and Bryson Hodges (PR)

300m hurdles:  Madison Beaty (PR) and Felipe Figueria

Shot Put:  Fiona Wolf

Javelin:  Alexandra Melchor-Alvarez, Zachary Schriner (PR) and Aiden Gavin (PR)

Pole Vault:  Kate Thomas (PR) and Imogen Savage

Triple Jump:  Peyton Glennon-Robbins and Asir Jackson

High Jump:  Eli Deguzman

Long Jump:  Eli Deguzman (PR) and Caleb Mohrhardt (PR)

Congrats to all the additional student-athletes who achieved personal records (PR) to end their season on a great note!

Sophia Tedrow, Helen Johnson, Prisha Seerapu, Lillian Brown, Navyah Senthill, Urja Varatkar, Liana Lagervik, Lexi Eller, Sonoma Steiner, Kai Tamanaha, Avery Pruitt, Julia Ong, Samantha Boggs, Leha Beckham, Elle Van Horne, Selah Tracy, Mehek Mathur, Nikhil Wadia, Jacob Naucukidi, Elijah Kashman, Cooper Jay, Srivista Sistla, Krishna Mandava, Kevin Koshy, Aidan Kwan, Cole Hunt, Rahoul Manickam, Scott Schmidlin, Ethan Hunt, Brayden Holson, Liam Rundle, Zachary Cusanza, Samuel Sonnenberg, Zachary McDonald, Haiden Hodges, Colin Boumenot, Samuel Butts, Tyler Dantzler, Milan Shetty, Gabrael Ramos, Haiyi Li, Cal Johnson, Braden Scott, Sean Dolan, Andrey Ganin, Eli Timmins, Andrew Jiang, Mark Jianu, Hanut Sohony, Braden Castor, Christian Prichard, Jacob Rundle, Benjamin Uttecht, Joseph Uttecht, Rylan Craig, Orin Craig, Nathaniel Dauz, Ilya Lamansky, Alexander Cole, Ujjwal Agrawal and Caden Cross.



Addison Kapur, Sydney Lamb, and the girl’s 4x400m relay of Alyssa Flindt, Erin Schmidlin, Peyton Quinto, and Ava Hagwell won gold at the highly competitive Shoreline Invitational on Saturday April 29th.

Sydney Lamb was the first winner for the Wolves, taking 1st place in the Freshmen 1600m.  Leading from start to finish, Lamb ran a personal best time of 5:27.2

Addison Kapur, who competed in both the shot put and javelin throughout the day threw her second PR in two days in the javelin to claim the event (118-00).  She is currently ranked 5th in 4A.

In the very last race in the marathon meet, which featured over 50 schools and close to 3000 athletes, the girls 4x400m won gold in exciting fashion with anchor Hagwall taking the lead with 200m to go and holding on for the win with a 4:04.12 clocking.  The team is currently ranked 2nd in 4A.

Hagwell, who will run track next year for the University of Chicago was impressive throughout the day.  In addition to anchoring the 4x400m relay, she teamed up with Quinto, Peryton Glennon-Robbins, and Sofia Robe in both the 4x200m and 4x100m relays. The 4x200m relay was 2nd in a time of 1:45.7 and is also ranked 2nd in 4A.  The 4x100m placed 5th (50.36) and is currently the 2nd best in Kingco .   Individually she ran her fastest 400m of the season in a time of 59.42 and placed 3rd. (7th 4A)

Additional Point Scorers Included:

3rd place:  Connor Hom:  800m (1:56) …. currently ranked 3rd in 4A.

4th place:  Boys 4x400m relay:   Bryson Hodges, Justin Hom, Harry McHugh, and Connor Hom-(3:27.9)-3rd 4A

                 Harris Austin:  Freshmen 1600m (4:38) PR

5th place:  Justin Hom:  800m (1:57.37) …. currently ranked 5th in 4A.

                 4x200m:  Hodges, Thomas Gustafsen, McHugh and Caden Dosch)- 1:34.01…3rd all time.

                 Kai Baker:  Discus (157-0) …9th 4A

6th place:  Kai Lane:  Javelin (157-05) ….9th 4A.

Next Up:  Athletes will compete in the Sub-Varsity invite at home May 4th , the Last Chance Invitational on Friday May 5th for the Liberty Distance Carnival on Friday May 5th


Ethan Pedersen broke one of the oldest Eastlake Track and Field records on Friday, April 28th at the Jesuit Relays in Portland.  Running in the elite division in the 3200m under the lights, Pedersen ran a 9:06.85 to top Joey Corr’s record of 9:07.6.  Corr was a member of the 1997 team that won Eastlake’s only team state championship in track and field and went on to run collegiately at the University of Minnesota.  Pedersen will also be a NCAA division 1 athlete next year competing for Liberty University in Virginia. 


With their victory against Issaquah at home on April 27th (109-32), the Eastlake boys track and field team completed a perfect regular season by winning all of their duel meets this year.    The beautiful spring evening, which was also Senior Night, served as a backdrop for the girls’ team ending up on top as well (86-61) with many of the student athletes also setting personal records.

The javelin throwers continued their siege on the record books with Kai Lane throwing a huge personal best winning throw of 160-06, which moved him up two more spots in the standings to 2nd all time for the Wolves.  Addison Kapur also had a huge PR with a 117-08 winning effort.  She is currently ranked 2nd all time and just a couple of inches away from a school record.  The boys ended up sweeping the javelin with Zachary Schriner and Caden Dosch placing second and third with personal best throws.  Mi-la Guest took third place for the girls, also throwing a PR.

The jumps crew also had a successful night leaping into the record books with Peyton Glennon-Robbins improving over an inch in the long jump with her 17-01 winning mark.  She now holds the 3rd all-time position moving ahead of Anna Carskaden who competed in track and field at Cal Poly University.  Mason Heisser, who already is ranked 4th all time in the high jump won both the long and triple jump with 19-08 and 43-02 marks.  He is now 5th all time in the triple jump and 7th in the long.  Olukitan Sojinrin won the high jump with a 5-08 effort, making it a sweep for the boys jumps team.  He placed 2nd to Heisser in both the long and the triple and moved up to 9th all time in the triple.  Peyton Quinto placed second in the high jump on the girl’s side.

The Eastlake sprinters had a great night led by Harry McHugh and Kai Brown both cracking the very difficult top 10 all -time list in the 200 and 100m.  McHugh’s 200m time of 22.79 is 9th best and Brown’s 11.32 in the 100m is 10th.  The girls 4x200m relay team of Sofia Robe, Glennon-Robbins, Quinto and Ava Hagwell ran a 1:46.5 which is the 5th all time.  In addition, the sprint squad was impressive in sweeping the Eagles:

*Boys 100m:  Brown, Colby Johnson (PR), & Trevor Galvin (PR)

*Girls 100m:  Robe- 13.03 (PR), Glennon-Robbins (PR), & Alison Plagge (PR)

*Boys 200m:  McHugh (PR), Galvin (PR), Johnson (PR), Thomas Gustafson (PR), Dosch (PR), & Bryson Hodges (PR)

*Both the girls (Glennon-Robbins, Hagwell Qunito & Robe) and the boys (Johnson, Dosch, Galvin & Hodges) won the 4x100m relays in times of 51.02 and 44.41 respectively.

Hagwell took first in the 400m (59.68) and second in the 200m while Alyssa Flindt took 2nd in the 400m and Robe took 3rd in the 200m.

In the pole vault Ananya Diddee joined the top 10 ranks by vaulting 9-00 in her 2nd place performance (9th all-time).    Teammate Hannah Sahagian won her signature event in 10-00.  On the boy’s side, Andreas Johnson (12-00) and Cole Hunt went 1-2.

The last wolf to crack the top 10 in the record books was distance runner Connor Hom in the 3200m (9:46.26).  Brother Justin was right behind in a time of 9:44.9 and is now ranked 11th.  Other winners of the day for the distance squad included: 

*Eli Yoon:  800m (2:00.64) PR

*Sydney Lamb:  3200m (11:51)

*Flindt and Erin Schmidlin both ran personal records in the 1600m to place 2nd and 3rd while Fiona Wolf placed 2nd in the 3200m.

The throwers had an impressive night of sweeps:

*Girls’ shot put:  Kapur (32-00), Azadeh Teague (PR), Samantha Secrist (PR), Alexandra Walke (PR), and Wolf.

*Girl’s Discus:  Teague (107-01), Walker & Secrist

*Boy’s Discus:  Kai Baker (135-01), Daniel Barton (PR), Dhruv Setty (PR), & Kade Haselman (PR)

*Baker (43-11) and Barton (PR) also went 1-2 in the boys shot put.

It was all maroon and black in the boy’s hurdle events with the Wolves sweeping the top seven places in the 300m event (Brown (42.93), Matthew Secrist, Mile Kim, Andrew Nohle, Keegan Allen, Nathan Kent-Horton and Felipe Figueira) and the 110’s (Secrist (16.32), Nohle (PR) & Figueira (PR).


On April 21st and 22nd thirty-two of the top performers for the Eastlake track team made the trip to Eugene Oregon to compete in the Oregon Relays at historic Hayward Field.  In arguably one of the most competitive meets in the Western Region, the Wolves came home with some significant updates to the record books.

Kicking off the meet on Friday, Colby Johnson set the tone by placing 3rd in the freshmen 100m.  By running a personal best time of 11.61m, Johnson in now the 2nd fastest freshman in Eastlake history and was the highest point scorer for the Wolves in the meet.

The girls 4x400m also scored points for EHS by placing 6th in the 4x400m relay.  The quartet of Alyssa Flindt, Erin Schmidlin, Peyton Quinto and Ava Hagwell ran a great race on Friday night in the prelims, punching their ticket to the finals on Saturday.  Flindt, Quinto and Hagwell returned on Saturday, along with Sally Roos, to run a stellar time of 4:03.57, which is the 2nd fastest in 4A state rankings and 3rd all time for Eastlake

The girls 4x800 also made the podium in the prestigious meet by placing 4th.  The squad which included Flindt, Jane Roos, Sally Roos and Schmidlin set a school record with their 9:36.3 clocking.

Additional Highlights of the meet included:

*Sally Roos won her heat of the 2 mile and placed 9th overall.  Her personal best time of 10:52.97 is the 5th best in Eastlake history and surpasses Chelsea Orr who was an all American at the University of Washington while winning a national championship in the Distance Medley Relay.

*The boys 4x400m relay that ran on Friday also made the finals on Saturday.  The team which included Evan Harper, Justin Hom, Eli Yoon, and Connor Hom ran a 3:28 which is the third fastest in the state this year and the top time for Kingco.  Harper, Justin Hom, and Yoon along with Harry McHugh returned on Saturday to place 9th.

*The boys distance medley relay which included Connor Hom, Eli Yoon, Justin Hom and Ethan Pedersen placed 10th with a time of 10:32.8, the 2nd fastest in Eastlake history.

*The boys sprint medley relay had an exciting race with Trevor Galvin and Caden Dosch both running fast 200m legs in the first two portions of the relay, followed by McHugh taking the lead in the 3rd 400m leg of the race and finally by Andrew Talius holding off competitors in his final 800m leg of the race to win their heat. Their time of 3:45.6 missed the school record by only a tenth of a second!

*Alyssa Flindt did not waver in any of the four races she over the weekend.  In the open 800m she ran a personal best time of 2:20.5 which gives her an 8th place ranking in Kingco.

*Kai Brown had the best 300m hurdle race of his life, clocking a time of 41.97.  He currently ranked 2nd in Kingco and 10th all time for the Wolves.

*Eli Yoon and Justin Hom both ran personal bests in the mile with times of 4:27.3 and 4:27.6.  Yoon cracked the top 10 on the all-time list and is also ranked 10th in 4A and 4th in Kingco.  Hom is currently ranked 7th in Kingco.

*The boys 4x200m team of Bryson Hodges, Harper, Dosch and McHugh narrowly missed the school record with their time of 1:33.47 and is now ranked 2nd all time.

*The girl’s 4x200m team of Peyton Glennon-Robbins, Alison Plagge, Quinto and Hagwell ran a time of 1:48:03 which in 2nd in Kingco, 9th in 4A and 8th all time for the Wolves.  The same group of girls ran the 4x100m relay in a time of 50.91 which ranks them 3rd in Kingco and 8th in the Eastlake record books.

*The boys 4x800m relay won their heat while leading from the start.  The squad which included Talius, Chris Lynn, Daniel Montano and Noah Zahn ran an 8:31.6 which is 3rd all time for the Wolves.

Next up:  The Wolves will host Issaquah on April 27th which will also be Senior Night.  Some members of the varsity will run in the Jesuit Relays in Portland on April 28th or the Shoreline Invitational on April 29th.



The Eastlake Wolves throws squad did some heavy lifting against Mt. Si in a duel on April 19th, winning most of the events and racking up a myriad of points and personal records in the process.  The throwers points played a significant role in the boys easily winning the meet, 95-50. Kai Lane set the stage for the night by throwing a massive 18-foot improvement to his personal record in the javelin of 154-09.  The throw moved him up 8 places in Eastlake’s all-time list and he is now ranked 4th.  It also gives him the 3rd spot in King Co standings.  Teammate Caden Dosh placed 2nd in the event.  Kai Baker continued his stellar senior season by winning both the shot and discus.  His discus toss of 134-00 (3rd Kingco and 6th EHS all-time) led an Eastlake sweep with Jack Porter and Daniel Barton placing 2nd and 3rd (both setting personal records).    Porter holds the 4th place spot in Kingco and is now 8th all-time for the Wolves.The Baker/Porter duo also went 1-2 in the shot put with Baker throwing another personal best of 44-05 which, ranks him 6th in Kingco.

Not to be outdone by the boys, the girl throwers also had a spectacular night, led by double winner Addison Kapur who won the javelin in a personal best of 109-03 and the shot put with a 30-05 mark.  She is currently ranked 2nd in both events in Kingco.  Teammate Azadeh Teague provided some excitement by throwing a huge personal record in the discus (114-04).  The mark gives her a 2nd all-time EHS ranking and moves her up to a 3rd place Kingco and 9th place 4A ranking!  Alex Walker and Mi-La Guest added to the haul as Walker placed 2nd in the discus and 3rd in the javelin (PR) while Guest took 3rd in the javelin to make it an Eastlake sweep!  Walker is currently ranked 7th in Kingco in the discus.

Additional meet highlights included:

*Mason Heisser was a double winner, taking first place in both the high jump (5-08) and the triple jump.  His 40-08 effort in the triple moves him up to 8th all time for the Wolves.  He is the current Kingco leader in both events.

*Peyton Glennon-Robbins had a personal best jump in the long jump (16-0) which now makes her the 4th best jumper in EHS history.

*Sisters Sally and Jane Roos took 1st and 2nd in the 800m in great times 2:18.2 and 2:19 respectively.  Sally is currently ranked 6thall time for the Wolves and 6th in the 4A State rankings.  Jane is currently ranked 6th in Kingco and cracked the top 10 in the Wolves all-time list.

*The distance boys continued their Kingco domination by sweeping the 1600m for the third time this season.  Leading the way for the Wolves was Noah Zahn (4:32) followed by Daniel Montano, Chris Lynn, Harris Austin, and Lukas Talius.

Additional meet winners included:

Silas Smith-3200m (10:59)

Matthew Secrist-110m hurdles (17.29)

Kai Brown-300m hurdles (42.78)

Andreas Johnson-pole vault (11-06)

Kiera Merrigan-300m hurdles (53.54)

Glennon-Robbins, Peyton Qunnto, Alison Plagge and Ava Hagwell-4x100m relay (52.36)

2nd place finishers:

Evan Harper:  100m & 200m

Eli Yoon:  800m

Chase Beckstead:  3200m

Andrew Nohle:  110m hurdles

Secrist:  300m hurdles

Olukitan Sojinrin:  high jump & triple jump

Alyssa Flindt:  400m (7th in Kingco)

Sydney Lamb:  1600m

Merrigan:  100m hurdles

Quinto:  high jump

Hannah Sahagian:  pole vault

3rd place finishers:

Harry McHugh:  200m

Gustav Zaunders:  400m

Andrew Talius:  800m

Eli Deguzman:  long jump (PR)

Hagwell:  200m

Holly Carroll:  400m (PR)

Fiona Wolf:  1600m

Madison Beaty:  100m hurdles

Marissa Prock:  pole vault



     Connor Hom and Ethan Pedersen both ran state leading times over spring break when they traveled to southern California to compete in the prestigious Arcadia Invitational.  Justin Hom produced the #2 time in the State at the meet.

     Pedersen and teammate Noah Zahn, who is returning from injury, ran under the lights Friday night April 7th in the 3200m run, an event that attracts elite student athletes from all over the United States and Canada.  Pedersen, who will run cross country and track next year at Liberty University, ran a season best time of 9:22. 

     The Hom brothers ran in the highly competitive 800m, both clocking personal best times of 1:55.3 and 1:56.4 respectively.  In addition to being ranked #1 in 4A, Connor has moved up to the #4 position on the Wolves all time list, right behind former EHS distance coach Paul Kupcis who competed at Gonzaga University.  Justin is currently ranked 7th on the all-time list just ahead of Nate Pendleton who ran cross country and track for WSU.




      Both the boys’ and girls’ teams dominated Newport in their first home meet of the season on April 5th, with the girls winning 109-34 and the boys besting the Knights 89-55.  The beautiful spring evening served as a backdrop for a bevy of personal records, many that made the top 10 all time for Eastlake.

     The highlight of the night was Mason Heisser’s blockbuster performance in the high jump.  His winning mark of 6-00 not only surpassed his previous personal best of 5-04, but skyrocketed his ranking to 4th all time, passing up his older brother, Aaron Heisser (who jumped 5-08 for the Wolves and currently runs track at Indiana Tech University).  To top off the night he was also runner up in the triple jump in a personal record of 39-09, which is 10th all time for EHS.

Additional record book performances included:

*Hannah Sahagian wowed the crowd with her huge vault of 10-03, an improvement of 9 inches.  She is now ranked 4th all time.

*Sophomore Azadeh Teague’s winning discus toss of 102-06 gives her a 5th place all time ranking.  She also threw a personal best (28-10) in her 3rd place shot put performance.

*Olukitan Sojirin improved his triple jump mark to 40-01 and is now in 8th place in the record books.  He also won the long jump (17-10) PR

*Andreas Johnson was impressive in his first meet of the season vaulting 12-00.  His runner’s up performance gives him a 9th place all time ranking.

*Addison Kapur had a great night in the shot put. Her winning throw of 33-01 gives her a 9th place ranking.  She also won her signature event the javelin tying her PR of 108-02.

*The boys 4x100m relay also cracked the top 10 in the record books with a time of 44.01, the 9th best all time.  The quartet of Bryson Hodges, Evan Harper, Trevor Galvin, and Kai Brown also piled on a slew of individual points for the Wolves with Brown winning the 300m hurdles (43.27), Harper placing 2nd and 3rd in the 100m and 200m and Galvin running a PR in the 100m to place 3rd.

Besides records dropping, several Wolves exceled by winning multiple events: 

*Peyton Glennon-Robbins was a dominant performer, winning the 100m (13.27), long jump (14-09), triple jump (30-04) and anchoring the winning 4x100m relay (52.60) that included Alison Plagge, Peyton Qunito, and Holly Carroll.

* Quinto, always a top point scorer for the Wolves was a triple winner with victories in the 200m (27.75) and high jump (4-06) in addition the 4x100m.

* Sally Roos had a great night winning the 1600m (5:14), 800m (2:23) and the 4x400m relay (4:13), which included Alyssa Flindt, Jane Roos and Erin Schmidlin.  She also placed 2nd in the 200m.

*Freshman Madison Beaty made a splash in her debut performance in the hurdle events, winning both the 100m (21.10) and the 300m (57.41).

It was an exciting night of sweeps with the girls’ team claiming all the points in 5 events, while the boys swept 2.  The bounty included:

Girl’s 100m:  Glennon-Robbins, Plagge, Quinto, Carroll and Marissa Prock

Boy’s 3200m:  Eli Yoon (9:57) PR, Andrew Talius, Chris Lynn, Harris Austin, and Daniel Montano

Boy’s 300m hurdles:  Brown, Miles Kim, Andrew Nohle and Felipe Figueira

Girl’s 200m:  Quinto, S. Roos, Carroll, J. Roos and Dakota Kleindl

Girl’s 800m:  S. Roos, Flindt, J. Roos, and Katie VanValkenburg.

Girl’s 1600m:  S. Roos, J. Roos, Abbey Van Valkenburg and Katie Van Valkenburg

Girl’s 3200m:  Sydney Lamb (11:48), Fiona Wolf, Schmidlin, and Rio Tabion

Other winners of the day include:

*Andrew Nohle:  110m hurdles (19.27) PR

*Chase Beckstead:  1600m (5:03) PR

*Alyssa Flindt:  400m (1:02.7) PR

2nd place scorers:

Harry McHugh-200m

Nolan Francisco-400m

Scott Schmidlin-800m

Kai Baker-shot put and discus

Alexandra Walker-discus

Ruimin Su-long jump

3rd place scorers:

Gustav Zaunders-400m

Cal Johnson-800m

Harry Kaiser-1600m

Jacob Pitoyak-shot put

Cole Hunt-discus

Sophia Ferretti-javelin

Next Up:  The entire team will participate in a duel against Mt. Si on Wednesday April 19th and then the top performers will head to historic Hayward Field in Eugene Oregon to compete in the Oregon Relay April 21st-22nd.



     In a day where adverse weather elements…. cold, rain, wind, sleet, and hail made headlines, the Eastlake Wolves Co-Ed 4x400m relay team was a bright spot on a dreary day.  Running in an inaugural event, the squad, which included Justin Hom, Peyton Quinto, Eli Yoon, and Ava Hagwell, crushed their nearest competitor Peninsula, by over 5 seconds, finishing in a time of 3:49.  It was an appropriate ending to the day for the group of student athletes who had all scored in their  individual events in the large invitational that showcased 60 teams on April 1st at the State Track meet venue in Tacoma. (The boys placed 5th overall and the girl’s 7th).

  In addition to the relay, Hom ran a fast early season 800m (1:57.4) and currently holds the #1 ranking in the state. Hagwell placed in two individual events, taking 2nd in the 400m (1:00.91) and 4th in the 200m (27.21).  She is currently ranked 7th in the 400m in 4A.  Yoon was impressive in the 1600m, running a personal best time of 4:26, which gives him a 5th place position in the state and finally, not being deterred by the windy conditions, Quinto tied her personal record in the high jump (4-8) which placed her 7th in the meet.

     The lone winner in an individual event was freshman Sydney Lamb.  Already having had made her mark as a Wolf during the cross-country season where she ran on the varsity team that placed 4th in state, Lamb continued her winning ways by courageously leading the Fresh/Soph. 1600m from start to finish.  Her 5:36 clocking puts her 11th all time in the freshmen record book.  

Additional Point Scorers for Wolves included:

*For the second week in a row, the boys 4x200m relay that includes:  Asir Jackson, Thomas Gustafson, Caden Dosch, and Harry McHugh took home the 2nd place medal running a time of 1:35.8

*The 4x100m boys relay was impressive, placing 3rd in a 44.74 clocking.  The squad includes Bryson Hodges, Evan Harper, Trevor Galvin, and Kai Brown.

*In addition to the relay, McHugh continued his strong season by placing 5th in the 200m in a time of 23.79.

*The Wolves racked up lots of 6th place points which included:  Harris Austin (Fr./Soph 1600m), the boys distance medley relay (Preston Daniels, Ariel Shani, Alan Duan, and Silas Smith), Peyton Glennon-Robbins(100m), Alyssa Flindt (800m), Jane Roos (3200m) and Addison Kapur (javelin)

*Bryson Hodges added points to the final score by placing 7th in the 200m.

*8th place scorers included:  Sally Roos (3200m) and the girl’s distance medley relay team of Olga Carvallo, Katie Van Valkenburg, Sam Nelson, and Holly Carroll.

Next Up:  The Wolves will host their first home meet of the season on Wednesday April 5th against Newport starting at 4:00PM.



    The Eastlake boys and girls track teams beat out 32 other teams to win the Kent-Meridian combined team championship in their first invitational of the season on Saturday, March 25th at French Field in Kent.  Individually, the boys were the top team scoring 93 points to Kentridge’s 88 points.  The girls’ team was 2nd to Federal Way.

     The Wolves boys distance squad, who made Eastlake history last fall by placing 2nd in the state cross country meet, put on a clinic by winning all the distance events!  Kicking off the meet Connor Hom,  who was returning from injury, didn’t skip a beat, winning the 1600m in a 4A leading time of 4:21.  Twin brother, Justin Hom, placed third in a personal record of 4:29.  Not to be outdone by his teammates, Harris Austin, also returning from injury, won the freshman 1600m in 4:55. Next, sophomore sensation Eli Yoon won the 800m in a personal record of 2:02 with teammate Andrew Talius placing 3rd in a personal best time of 2:05.  To finish the night, senior Ethan Pedersen won the 3200m in a state leading time of 9:29. 

     The girls’ team was led by returning district qualifier Addison Kapur who was crowned javelin champ with a personal best throw of 108-05.  She is now ranked 10th in 4A state standings and has moved to 3rd place on the Wolves’ all-time list. 

     The girl’s 4x400m relay also took home the gold with a 4:11.4 clocking that gives them the top time in 4A rankings and a spot in the top 10 in the Eastlake History books.  The team included Alyssa Flindt, Erin Schmidlin, Peyton Qunito and Ava Hagwell.  The four girls also scored points for the Wolves in every event that they entered.  Hagwell, who will run track at the University of Chicago next year, placed second in the 200m,400m as well as the 4x100m relay where along with Quinto, Peyton Glennon-Robbin

and Holly Carroll clocked a top 10 4A ranking time of 52.34.  In addition, to the relays Quinto placed 4th in the high jump and 5thin the 200m.   Flindt and Schmidlin added more points by placing 4th and 5th in the 800m.  Hagwell, Flindt and Schmidlin all have top 10 4A rankings in their individual events.

Other notable performances included:

*The boys 4x400m relay took top honors, winning in a time of 3:34. The team included Bryson Hodges, Yoon, Matthew Secrist and Justin Hom and is currently ranked 3rd in the State.

*The boys 4x200m relay placed 2nd in a time of 1:34 which is the 2nd best time run in EHS history.  The squad included, Asir Jackson, Thomas Gustafson, Caden Dosh and Harry McHugh,

* Matthew Secrist’s 3rd place performance in the 110 high hurdles gives him a 10th place ranking in the Eastlake history book and 9th in 4A.   His time of 15.92 is a personal record.  He also placed 6th in the 300m hurdles.

*Olukitan Sojinrin leapt to a huge personal record in the triple jump with a mark of 39-10.  He is now ranked 9th on the Wolves all-time list.

Additional point scorers included:

3rd Place:  Sally Roos-1600m &Hannah Sahagian-pole vault

4th Place:  Kai Brown-300m hurdles, Cole Hunt-pole vault, Jane Roos-1600m & Rio Tabion-Fr. 1600m.

5th Place:  Harry McHugh-200m(PR) & Lukas Talius, Sean Eglip, Ariel Shani and Preston Daneils-4x800m relay

6th Place:  Glennon-Robbins-100m & Mi-la Guest, Holly Carroll, Alison Plagge and Marissa Prock-4x200m relay

7th Place:  Kai Baker-shot put & Abbey Van Valkenburg- 3200m (PR)

8th Place:  Plagge-100m (PR) & Fiona Wolf-3200m

Next Up:  The Wolves will head to Tacoma to preview the State Track Meet venue when they compete in the Mt. Tahoma Invitational on Saturday April 1st.



     The Eastlake wolves did not let the cold and rainy night deter from excellence in their opening dual at Skyline on Thursday March 23rd.  The boys team crushed the Spartans with an 88-47 score, and although the girls’ team did not end up on top, they produced several outstanding performances.  The boy’s victory was due in large part to several impressive sweeps:

*In a historical night in EHS track and field the boys swept the first six places in the high jump with Eli Deguzman, Mason Heisser, Caleb Morhardt, Bryson Hodges and Olukitan Soijnrin all clearing 5-4 and Trevor Calvin making it over 5-2.

* Eli Yoon (4:32) ran a huge personal best to lead the 1600m sweep that included Andrew Talius and Daniel Montano.

*The 300m hurdle race was dominated by the Wolves with Kai Brown’s win (43.6) and Matthew Secrist and Miles Kim taking second and third

*The sprinters looked sharp in their 200m sweep with Harry McHugh (24.0) taking top honors followed by Trevor Galvin and Bryson Hodges.

     The girls team also had several impressive sweeps and outstanding performances:

*The finish of the 1600m was all maroon and black with the Wolves taking the first 6 spots with Alyssa Flindt’s winning in 5:33 followed by Abbey Van Valkenburg, Sydney Lamb, Erin Schmidlin and Fiona Wolf.

*The lady wolves remained supreme in the pole vault claiming all three scoring positions with Hannah Sahigian’s winning vault of 9-00 leading the way, followed by Ananya Diddee and Marissa Prock.

*Running the arguably the most competitive dual meet 800 in EHS history, Sally Roos in her debut performance in the 800m ran an outstanding time of 2:18 behind Skyline’s Anna Callahan (2:10) and Rebecca O’Keefe (2:11).  The times are the top three in the state this year!

*Returning district qualifier Azadeh Teague’s second place discus toss of 92-05 gives her 10th place all time for the Wolves.

     Several of the student-athletes were double winners:

*Ava Hagwell won the 200m (27.46) and anchored the victorious 4x100m relay that included:  Peyton Glennon Robbins, Peyton Quinto, and Holly Carroll. (52.96)

*In addition to the 4x100m relay win Glennon-Robbins also came out on top in the triple jump with an 29-08 effort and placed 2nd in the long jump.

*McHugh and Brown in addition to their 200m and 300m hurdle victories, combined with Bryson Hodges and Trevor Galvin to with the 4x100m relay. (44.35)

      Point Scorers for the Wolves Included:

1st Place:

Addison Kapur:  Javelin (103-06)

Nolan Francisco:  400m (56.87)

Matthew Secrist:  110m hurdles (16.19)

Jack Porter:  shot put (45-00)

Caden Dosch:  javelin (121-08)

Masson Heisser:  triple jump (39-04)

2nd Place:

Trevor Galvin:  100m

Zachary McDonald:  400m

Cole Hunt:  javelin

Ian Simmons:  pole vault

Oluktia Sojinrn:  triple jump

Peyton Quntio:  200m & high jump

Kiera Merrigan:  300m hurdles

Addison Kapur:  shot put

3rd Place:

Alison Plagge-100m

Kiera Merrigan-100m hurdles

Rachel D’souza-300m hurdles

Sophia Feretti-Javelin

Kai Baker-shot put

Jack Porter-Discus


2023 Track and Field Preview

The 2023 Eastlake Track and Field team has kicked off their season in spectacular fashion, with the largest team in school history, at over 240 student athletes!  After three weeks of conditioning, the squad will test their abilities in a dual at Skyline on Thursday, March 23rd. Several of the varsity athletes will also compete in the Kent Meridian Invitational on Saturday March 25th.  

Top Returners  

*Ethan Pedersen:  Senior who has signed to run cross country and track for Liberty University.... reached the podium at the State Meet last year, placing 6th in the 3200m.

*Connor Hom.:  Was a member of the 4x400m relay team that placed 5th in the State Meet...also competed in both the 1600m and the 800m.

*Ava Hagwell:  University of Chicago recruit...competed in the 400m and anchored the 4x400m at state.

*Jane Roos:  As a freshman competed in both the 1600m and 3200m at the State Meet.

*Noah Zahn:  Senior who ran the 3200m at state...also KingCo runner-up in the same event.

*Justin Hom:  Member of the 5th place 4x400m team at state...narrowly missed qualifying in the 800m.

Returning District Qualifiers:

Sprinters:  Bryson Hodges, Peyton Quinto, Mi-la Guest, William Au, Caden Dosh, Asir Jackson, Sofia Robe, Kai Brown, Evan Harper and Peyton Glennon-Robbins

Hurdlers: Kai Brown and Matthew Secrist

Jumpers:  Bryson Hodges and Peyton Glennon Robbins

Pole Vaulters:  Hannah Sahagian

Throwers:  Addison Kapur and Azadh Teague

Middle Distance:  Alyssa Flindt and  Erin Schmidlin, 

Distance:  Sally Roos, Daniel Montano and Fiona Wolf

The Sprinters tested the waters with an intrasquad time trial on March 15th.Top finishers for the boys were Evan Harper, Bryson Hodges, Trevor Galvin and Harry McHugh.  Harper's time of 11.52 cracked the top 20 in the EHS all time list with a 19th place ranking. Top finishers for the girls were Sofia Robe, Peyton Glennon-Robbins, Peyton Quinto and Alison Plagge.





Ethan Pedersen completed his junior season in great form by placing 6th in the 3200m at the 4A State Meet which was held at Mt. Tahoma High School in Tacoma May 26th-28th. Maintaining his position in the chase pack throughout the race, Pederson not only earned a prestigious spot on the podium, but also ran the best time of his career with a 9:19.33. He finishes the season ranked 4thon Eastlake’s all-time list.

The boys 4x400m relay also earned a spot on the podium by placing 5th. Sean Clark, Justin Hom Fin Bueffel and Aaron Heisser got the ball rolling on Thursday evening by placing 2nd in their heat in a time of 3:24.21, the 9th fastest time run by an EHS team, which qualified them for the finals on Saturday. In the finals Clark, Justin Hom, Connor Hom and Heisser joined forces to earn the 5th place spot, running a time of 3:24. 64.  Heisser, returning from an injury that sidelined him most of the season ran an impressive anchor leg, splitting 48.7.    

Next Up: The entire team and their families will gather for a banquet on June 9th to celebrate the season. Several of our seniors will continue their track and field careers in college:

*Emily Van Valkenburg will run cross country and track at Oregon State University.

*Aaron Heisser will run sprints at Indiana Tech University.

*Ariya Mathrawala will run cross country and track at NYU.

*Claudia Wolf will run cross country and the steeplechase at Rensselaer.

*Addy Keller will pole vault at Pacific Lutheran University.



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