Jean Lund Olsen is one of a handful of returning Coupeville track athletes who qualified for the state meet last spring. (Photo by John Fisken)

Jean Lund Olsen is one of a handful of returning Coupeville track athletes who qualified for the state meet last spring. (Photo by John Fisken)

Spring prep preview / Coupeville boys track

Coach Randy King.

2019 record: Third in North Sound Conference, fourth in district, fourth in bi-district, fifth in state.

Returning lettermen: seniors Koa Davison (first-team, all-league high jump); Jean Lund Olsen (first-team, all-league 100, 4×400; second-team 200; fourth in state 100; seventh in state 200); Sean Toomey-Stout (first-team, all-league long jump, 4×100; second-team triple jump; 10th in state long jump; 16th in state 100).

Key newcomer: sophomore Logan Martin.

Strength: Depth (event coverage).

Coach’s comment: “One of the most exciting aspects of our team is that we have about eight endurance athletes running this year, and that is a significant increase in numbers from last year.

“We are looking forward to a great season with competitive boys and girls teams. Our goals remain as always, looking to make improvements each week leading to best marks at the end of the season.”

First competition: at Island Jamboree (Oak Harbor), 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 19.

First meet: Coupeville, Granite Falls at South Whidbey, 4 p.m. Thursday, March 26.

First home meet: Port Townsend, Chimacum, Friday Harbor, Mount Vernon Christian, La Conner; 11 a.m. Saturday, March 28.

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