The Coupeville High School track team set three school records on the second day of the bi-district meet Saturday, May 18, at Mickey Clark Field and qualified 10 athletes for the state championships.
The top four places at bi-district and some who met state qualifying marks qualified for state.
The 1A state meet is Thursday through Saturday, May 23-25, at Cheney’s Eastern Washington State University.
Junior Maya Toomey-Stout, the only female in school history to qualify for four events in a state meet, did it for the second time last week while breaking three school records.
She won the long jump in a school record 17-00.25 Thursday, then finished third in the 100 Saturday, breaking her own school mark with a 12.74.
She teamed with Lindsey Roberts, Ja’Kenya Hoskins and Mallory Kortuem to take second in the 4×200 in a new school record of 1:46..13. Roberts was on the team that set the old record of 1:46.41 in 2016.
Toomey-Stout, Roberts, Kortuem and Ja’Tarya Hoskins took third in the 4×100 in 50.69.
Roberts also took second in the 100 hurdles (15.29).
Kortuem broke her own record in the pole vault by four inches, jumping 8-10. She, however, finished sixth and did not advance to state in the event.
She did win the 400 in a personal best 58.64.
Emma Smith qualified in two events, winning the shot put (33-06.5) and taking fourth in the discus (91-06).
Other girls placing at bi-district were Ja’Tarya Hoskins (sixth, 100 hurdles, 17.41) and Ja’Kenya Hoskins (seventh, 200, 28.07).
The 4×400 team of Lucy Sandahl, Alana Mihill, Catherine Lhamon and Ja’Tarya Hoskins was seventh (4:52.37).
The Coupeville boys were led by Danny Conlisk, who won three events (100, 11.11; 200, 22.4; 400, 50.13).
Jean Lund Olsen placed second in the 100 (11.12) and third in the 200 (22.68).
Sean Toomey-Stout was third in the long jump (20.07.5) and qualified in the 100, although he took sixth in 11.41. He also finished fifth in the triple jump (40-05.25).
Ryan Labrador earned a state trip by placing fourth in the shot put (44-04).
Other scoring points were Koa Davisson (sixth, high jump, 5-06) and Logan Martin (seventh, discus, 119-05).
The boys 4×100 team (Conlisk, Lund Olson, Toomey-Stout and Tiger Johnson) unfortunately dropped the baton and did not qualify although they own the fourth-best 1A time in the state (44.16). South Whidbey won the bi-district title with a 44.2.
The Coupeville boys finished fourth out of 16 schools in the team standings with 67 points. Meridian took the title with 113.