Head coaches: David Miller and Scott Wright

• Head coaches: David Miller (third season) and Scott Wright (fifth season)

  • Friday, May 30, 2008 3:53pm
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• Head coaches: David Miller (third season) and Scott Wright (fifth season)

• Boys outlook: Lose only one runner off a team that finished second out of seven teams in SeaTac 2B and first out of 14 teams at the district meet last year. Several school records should be in jeopardy this year with the largest team in program history with 27 boys.

• Girls outlook: Virtually an entirely new team after improving the turnout number from six to 15. Finished sixth out of seven teams last year, but could be in top half this year.

Top boys

• Sr. Jimmy Rehfeld, sprints: Basketball starter ran 400 in Class 2B state meet last year; top ranked in District I/II/III in 100 and second in 200 this year.

• Sr. Garrett Benson, sprints/hurdles: Three-sport star was eighth in 110-meter high hurdles at state last year. Ranked eighth this year and top in districts.

• Sr. Kyle Dunn, distance: Placed ninth at state in 800 last year. Ranked ninth in state and top in districts in 800 this year.

• Sr. Marc Mueller, sprints: Relay state participant first two years coming off injured junior campaign. Ranked third in districts in the 100.

• Sr. Todd Lien, sprints: Returning 100 relay state participant and third leg of both 1,600 and 400 relay team, both ranked in top six this year.

• Sr. Josh Smith, distance: Fourth in 3,200 at districts last year.

• Jr. Eric Richardson, throws: Top 15 in shot put freshman year and discus last year. Top-rated discus thrower and second best in shot put in districts this year.

• Jr. Will McCahill, pole vault: Fourth at districts last year. Ranked second this year including victories in first two Sea-Tac meets.

• Fr. Josh Firminger, sprints: Talented freshman ranked in top 10 in districts in both 100 and 200 meters.

Top girls

• So. Jeanine Gorzalski, distance: Cedar Park Christian transfer won cross country district title last fall. Currently ranked eighth in state, second districts, in 3200.

• So. Joy Jacobson, sprints: Basketball player is following two older brothers on track course. Ranked eighth in 200 meter.

• Fr. Christianna Mueller, sprints: On 400 relay team that is ranked tied 7th in state. Seventh at 100 in district.

• So. Megan Cheever, throws: Two-year basketball starter proving her worth as sixth in shot and ninth in discus this year.

• Jr. Beth Graham, sprints: On 400 relay team with aspirations at state.

• Jr. Brittanie Vander Weide, sprints: On 400 relay team with aspirations at state. Ranked in top 10 in 100 meter.

• Fr. Adelaide Tillinghast, distance: Already sixth in 3,200 in districts as freshman.

• So. Emily Kadeg, javelin: Volleyball star ranked fifth in javelin in the district.


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