Numbers spell victory for King’s

  • Wednesday, April 25, 2007 2:00pm
  • Sports

In a dual track meet, having more members on a team means more points scored.

That was the problem facing the Coupeville Wolves when they went up against King’s Garden on Thursday.

King’s does not have either a girls softball team or a boys baseball team in the Cascade Conference and as a result, the Knights have a large number of track competitors.

In the boys half of the meet King’s was a 98-33 winner, while the girls bested the Wolves by a 91-44 score.

Despite the lopsided victory, several members of the Coupeville team turned in outstanding performances.

“Erin Hickey threw a season-best in the discus at 95-3 to place second,” coach Randy King said.

Chelsea Rosenkrance won the 300-meter hurdles in a time of 52.66 and teammate Sarah Vass placed second at 58.36.

The 4×200 meter relay team of Corrine Gaddis, Hickey, Alyssa Kelley and Kim Kisch won the event in 1:57 and the 4×100-meter relay team of Gaddis, Rosenkrance, Carmen Houck and Kisch were also winners in 55:10.

For the boys, Trevor Pigusch won the 400 meters in a time of 57.78 and Kyle King was the winner in the 800 meters at 2:06

Pigusch and King teamed with Brian Miller and Steven McDonald to win the 4×400 relay in a time of 3:44.36. The team is currently ranked sixth in the state in the event.

Jake Weaver was the winner in the 110 meter hurdles in 17.46 and Miller rounded out Coupeville’s first-place finishers winning the javelin with a throw of 157-4.

Team scores

Boys — Kings 98, Coupeville 33

Girls — Kings 91, Coupeville 44

Individual results

(Coupeville placers only)


Running events

100 — 2. Steven McDonald 11.81.

200 — 2. Davion Watkins 27.63, 3. Greg Wendell 28.06.

400 — 1. Trevor Pigusch 57.78.

800 — 1. Kyle King 2:06.

110 hurdles — 1. Jake Weaver 17.46.

300 hurdles — 3. Jake Weaver 57.06.

4×400 relay 1. Coupeville (Trevor Pigusch, Brian Miller, Kyle King and Steven McDonald) 3:44.26.

Field events

Javelin — 1. Brian Miller 157-4.


Running events

200 — 3. Erin Hickey 29.22.

400 — 2. Carmen Houk 1:07.66.

1,600 — 1. Rebecca Luckenbill 6:18.81.

3,200 — 1. Madeline Isaacson 13:45.47.

100 hurdles — 3. Chelsea Rosenkrance 18:15.

300 hurdles — 1. Chelsea Rosenkrance 52.66, 2. Sarah Vass 58.36

4×100 relay — 1. Coupeville (Corrine Gaddis, Erin Hickey, Chelsea Rosenkrance and Carmen Houk) 55.10.

4×200 relay — 1. Coupeville (Corrine Gaddis, Alyssa Kelley, Erin Hickey and Kim Kisch) 1:57.

Field events

High jump — 2 (tie) Sarak Vass 4-4.

Long jump — 2. (tie) Corrine Gaddis 14-4.

Discus — 2. Erin Hickey 95-3

Shot put — 2. Alyssa Kelley 26-11, 3. Stacie Clark 24-6.75.

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