But there was plenty of success to spread around under highly-changeable skies at the Northshore District track meet Thursday at IHS — all four seasons in one day.
The Woodinville boys took top honors in four events, the Lady Falcons won five. Kurtis Max won the 110 meter hurdles at 16.90 seconds, Jake Hollister bested Bothell’s Greg Williams in the discus by two inches with a heave of 131’11, Austin Sodorff took the pole vault at 14’6, and Jeff Willie tied Inglemoor’s Sean Mukai in the high jump at 5’10.
On the girls’ side, Christina Gonzalez-Gandolfi won the 100 meter dash at 13.14, Chandler Olson won the 800 meter run at 2:18.92, Maddie Graham won the 1600 at 5:30.05.
Melissa Gilkey topped in javelin with a throw of 119’07, and tied for first in high jump with Inglemoor’s Kaitlyn Hollis and Katie Sturtevant at 4’6.
The KingCo Track and Field Championships begin Wednesday and continue Friday at Juanita High School.
Other Northshore meet winners:
(Boys) 400 meters: Chayce Sather, Bothell, 50.76; 800 meters: Chris Arneson, Bothell, 1:59.40; 1600 meters: Michael Mendenhall, Inglemoor, 4:32.08; 3200 meters: Chris Wilson, Inglemoor, 10:22.68; 300 meter hurdles: Camden McKone, Bothell, 42.94; Shot Put: Brendan Peterson, Bothell, 47’11.50; Javelin: Braden Foley, Bothell, 157’0; Long Jump: Danny Wilson, Bothell, 19’11.5; Triple Jump: Jordan Claudon, Bothell, 39’04.25.
(Girls) 200 meters: Brooke Monson, Inglemoor, 26.65; 400 meters: Anne Seckinger, Inglemoor, 1:02.49; 3200 meters: Kyra Burke, Inglemoor, 11:42.24; Shot Put: Evana Enabuele, Bothell, 31’09; Discus: Emily J. Anderson, Inglemoor, 82’; Pole Vault: Isabella Torgerson, Inglemoor, 9’0.
Relay scores were unavailable.
The Bothell boys’ team finished the regular season undefeated.
"That was one of the team goals for the season," Cougar coach Cathy Boyce said. "We have several goals left to accomplish and need to be focused over the next few weeks to make them a reality. But I was pleased with our performance.
"Some people really stepped up for us and that is what we’re going to need for success at KingCo."