Three Coupeville High School track athletes qualified for the state meet and four school records fell at the first day of the bi-district championships hosted by the Wolves Thursday, May 16.
Finals in five boys and girls events were held Thursday. The meet concludes Saturday, May 18, with the first event beginning at 11:30 a.m.
The top four in each event qualify for state, which is May 23-25 at Eastern Washington University in Cheney.
Maya Toomey-Stout won the girls long jump in a new school record, 17-00.25. Kim Warder jumped 16-05.5 in 1997.
The Wolves added three other records in preliminary heats.
Toomey-Stout teamed with Lindsey Roberts, Mallory Kortuem and Ja’Tarya Hoskins to set a new mark in the 4×100 in 50.57. Roberts, Makana Stone, Sylvia Hurlburt and Lauren Grove clocked a 50.66 in 2016.
Roberts also lowered her own school record in the 100-meter hurdles from 15.26 to 15.21. In addition to running the hurdles, she was ninth in the high jump (4-08) Thursday.
Danny Conlisk, who set a school record in the 100 meters last weekend, added the 200 to his name, running 22.2. Jacob Smith held the previous record of 22.41 set in 2017 and matched in 2018.
Emma Smith (discus, 91-06) and Ryan Labrador (shot put, 44-04) both finished fourth and earned state berths.
Other competing in finals for the Wolves were Sean Toomey-Stout (fifth, triple jump, 40-05.25), Koa Davisson (sixth, high jump, 5-06), Jakobi Baumann (12th, triple jump, 36-11.75) and Ja’Kenya Hoskins (17th, long jump, 13-07).