Oak Harbor track team dazzles at Davis

"A small contingent of the Oak Harbor track team capped its spring vacation with some outstanding efforts last Saturday at the Davis Invitational in Yakima.^Molly Bull and Scott Sebens each won an event. Bull captured the long jump with a season-best leap of 16 feet, 9 1/4 inches. She made that leap on her last jump to beat Wenatchee's Bonnie Lenderman, who had gone 6-8.^Bull also had a personal best time of 2:23.2 in the 800 meters. The effort gave her third place.^Sebens was first in the 800 meters with a season best time of 1:58.7. He was a close second in the 1,600 with a season best time of 4:22.6. Max Schmidt of Spokane's University was first in the 1,600 with a time of 4:20.8.^Bull also ran on the 1,600 meter relay, which had a season best time of 4:12.3. Sheena Darling, Lesley TePaske and Chauntelle Johnson completed the relay team.^Other personal bests by the girls came from Yuki Norton, Maile Venable, and Christina Cooper. Norton was fourth in the freshmen-sophomore 100 high hurdles with a time of 17.9. Venable was fourth in the freshmen-sophomore 1,600 with a time of 5:39.6., and Cooper was sixth in the freshmen-sophomore 100 with a time of 13.6.^In the boys' meet, the 1,600 relay of Jeremy Morgan, Adam Shelly, Brandon Hill, and Jashton Cavitt won their heat but finished second with a time of 3:27.7. Davis, which edged Decatur in the first heat, beat Oak Harbor's time by 8 tenths of a second.^Stefan Kulpa was first in the freshmen-sophomore 110 high hurdles with a personal best time of 15.9. James Richie, also competing in the freshmen-sophomore category, was first in the 100 with a season best time of 11.7.^Jon Garcia, competing in the freshmen-sophomore pole vault, finished fourth with his personal best of 11 feet.^WILDCAT NETTERS WIN AGAIN: Oak Harbor swept the singles and the first two doubles Monday to cruise by host Marysville-Pilchuck 6-1 in a 4-A Western Conference girls' tennis match.^Stacie Pate, Theresa Black, Charissa Brecht, and Elizabeth Galbraith won their matches in two sets. Jenna Wehrell and Nicole Nolte won the No. 1 doubles, and Maggie Manucal and Natasha Kroh captured the No. 2 doubles.^Oak Harbor boosted its league record to 6-1. The Wildcats play at Shorewood Thursday.^WOLVES FALL IN SEVENTH: La Conner, taking advantage of two costly Coupeville errors in the bottom of the seventh inning, rallied for a 6-5 Northwest A League slowpitch victory over the visiting Wolves.^Coupeville, missing five starters because of spring vacation, led 5-2 going into the seventh. Leslie Coonc, who hit a two-run triple to tie the game, later scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by Ashley Fejeran.^The loss was Coupeville's fifth of the season, the fourth by one run.^We had some young kids who made some good plays, and some young plays, Coupeville coach Randy Dickson said.^SHOREWOOD STOPS WILDCATS: Andrew Pugmire scored two goals Monday as host Shorewood defeated Oak Harbor 4-1 in a 4-A Western Conference soccer game.^Brian Gliniak scored Oak Harbor's goal. The loss snapped a three-game winning streak for the Wildcats, who host unbeaten Snohomish tonight.^The loss dropped Oak Harbor's league record to 2-1 and season mark to 5-3-1. Snohomish is 1-0 in league and 6-0-1 on the season.^OAK HARBOR BLANKED: Marysville-Pilchuck, behind the pitching of Mike Moser, blanked visiting Oak Harbor 7-0 last Friday in a 4-A Western Conference baseball game.^Moser allowed just two hits and struck out 10. Jeff Carlson had two hits, one a home run, and drove in five runs for Marysville-Pilchuck.^Oak Harbor, 1-2 in league play at 5-5 overall, plays at Sehome today and then entertains the Bellingham school Thursday.^GOLFERS TAKE SIXTH: The Oak Harbor boys' golf team finished sixth Monday in a 4-A Western Conference Invitational at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club.^Shane Wells and Duse Dronen each shot 76s to lead the Wildcats.^Kamiak, first in the team standings, was led by co-medalists Travis Stoddard and Sam Pauley. Each shot 73s.^The Oak Harbor girls' golf team hosts South Whidbey today at Whidbey Golf and Country Club. The boys team plays at the Triple Six tournament in Mount Vernon.^"

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