Wolves set 4 school records at state; Conlisk wins two titles / Track

Continuing an assault on the school record book, the Coupeville High School boys track team placed fifth and the girls ninth in the state 1A meet Thursday through Saturday, May 23-25, in Cheney.

For the third straight week, the Wolves, coached by Randy King, set new school standards; this time earning four on the season’s biggest stage.

Two of the new marks were set by state 200- and 400-meter champion Danny Conlisk. The senior broke his own record while winning the 200 in 21.99 and snapped Jon Chittim’s 400 record of 49.33 set in 2006 by circling the oval in 49.14.

Conlisk, the CHS record holder in the 100 (11.04), finished second in the state 100 in 11.25.

He was joined on the podium by junior teammate Jean Lund Olsen in in 100 and 200. Lund OIsen took fourth in the 100 in 11.44 and seven in the 200 in 22.82.

Sean Toomey-Stout was 10th in the long jump (20-03.5) and 16th in the 100 (11.44).

Ryan Labrador placed 11th in the shot put (44-08).

Lindsey Roberts paced the Coupeville girls by pushing her career state medal total to eight — the most by any female Wolf. She also wrapped up her career by setting a new school record when she teamed with Mallory Kortuem, Maya Toomey-Stout and Ja’Tarya Hoskins to finish fifth in the 4×100 in 50.54, breaking their own mark of 50.57.

Roberts also ran in the state 100 hurdles for the fourth consecutive year, taking third in 15.38. She owns the school record, 15.21, in the event.

Her third state medal this season came in the 4×200 relay with Kortuem, Toomey-Stout and Ja’Kenya Hoskins, finishing third in 1:46.61.

Kortuem ran 58.02 in the 400 meters, taking second and breaking Makana Stone’s 2014 school record of 58.13.

Maya Toomey-Stout placed 10th in the long jump (16-02) and 11th in the 100 (12.74), while Emma Smith was 12th in the shot put (33) and 13th in the discus (91-10).

Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) won the boys team title with 77 points. Coupeville was fifth with 35.

The Coupeville girls tallied 24 points, good for ninth behind champion Okanogan with 72.

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