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1967 AA Boys

Class AA boys state meet
Washington State University, May 26-27, 1967

100 yards
1 Ken Bass, Garfield			9.8
2 Buddy Jenkins, Lincoln-Tac		9.8
3 Joe Bell, Lincoln-Sea 		9.8
4 Ted Williams, Franklin		9.9
5 John Minnix, Lewis & Clark		9.9
6 Dennis Barry, Puyallup		10.0

220 yards
1 Ted Williams, Franklin		21.4
2 Buddy Jenkins, Lincoln-Tac		21.5
3 Ken Bass, Garfield			21.7
4 Jim Sloan, Mt. Tahoma			21.8
5 Bob Cooper, Eisenhower		22.2
6 Larry Volland, Gonzaga		22.3

440 yards
1 Mark Lindstrom, Renton		49.0
2 Scott Christiansen, Port Angeles	49.1
3 John Green, Mt. Tahoma		49.3
4 Art Hall, Roosevelt			49.3
5 Bob Williams, Richland		49.4
6 Larry Fairleigh, Sealth		49.4

880 yards
1 Dave Fox, Wapato			1:51.9
2 Dan Poole, Wilson			1:54.2
3 Dick Duncan, Eisenhower		1:54.6
4 Dennis Stonehocker, Evergreen-Van	1:54.6
5 Tim Kangas, Renton			1:55.0
6 Chad Dodd, Burlington			1:55.5

Mile
1 Bob Broedel, Issaquah			4:15.7
2 Joe Ross, Ferris			4:16.1
3 Tom Burkwist, Lewis & Clark		4:16.2
4 Dean Geralts, Clover Park		4:18.2
5 Wes Smyle, Clover Park		4:19.2
6 Dave Parke, Edmonds			4:20.4

Two mile
1 Bill Koss, Shorecrest			9:24.5
2 Jim Johnson, Highline			9:25.5
3 Jack Pyle, Highline			9:28.2
4 John Blalock, Richland		9:34.0
5 Pete Whitford, Central Valley		9:36.2
6 Steve Camp, Hale			9:38.8

120 hurdles
1 Dick Olsen, Rogers-Spo		13.9
2 Mike Fairleigh, Sealth		14.4
3 Dave Hannity, Lincoln-Tac		14.5
4 Ed Horne, Cleveland			14.5
5 Pat Deneen, Hale			14.7
6 Tom Wright, Lakes			14.7

180 hurdles
1 Dick Olsen, Rogers-Spo		18.9
2 Pat Deneen, Hale			19.4
3 Dave Hannity, Lincoln-Tac		19.6
4 Mike Fairleigh, Sealth		19.7
5 Ed Horne, Cleveland			19.8
6 Nile McGuire, Lakes			20.5

880 relay
1 Franklin				1:27.1
  (Tate, Jordan, Bowie, Williams)
2 Garfield				1:27.3
3 Lincoln-Tac				1:29.2
4 Eisenhower				1:29.2
5 Renton				1:29.3
6 Hudson's Bay				1:31.1

Mile relay
1 Olympia				3:21.9
  (Wilson, Safstrom, Wolf, Saibel)
2 Garfield				3:23.4
3 Shoreline				3:23.4
4 Gonzaga				3:24.1
5 Wilson				3:24.3
6 Eisenhower				3:24.5

Shot put
1 Roy Easton, Franklin			60-0¾
2 Ernie Janet, Glacier			58-6
3 John Kinnard, Franklin		57-10
4 Larry Craig, Highline			57-8
5 Wayne Brothers, Ferris		56-8¼
6 Milt McGuire, Hoquiam			56-3¼

Discus
1 Steve Athay, Fort Vancouver		166-7
2 Conrad Wold, Seattle Prep		160-11
3 Steve Harshman, Pierce		160-8
4 Dave Green, Redmond			159-5
5 George Johnson, Oak Harbor		157-6
6 Roger Bennett, Newport		154-6

Javelin
1 Randy Rabenstein, Burlington		209-11
2 Randy Lechelt, Kennewick		191-10
3 LeWayne Barnhart, Richland		187-8
4 Larry Lindman, Kennewick		186-0
5 Dan Labbee, Wapato			178-10
6 Fred Rood, Sehome			173-9

High jump
1 Dave Chapman, Eastmont		6-5½
2 Scott Purdy, Sammamish		6-4
3 Bob Moore, Mt. Tahoma			6-4
4 Dave Stubblefield, Lincoln-Tac	6-2
5 Ron Seriales, Oak Harbor		6-2
6 Marty Hill, Franklin			6-2

Long jump
1 Dick Olsen, Rogers-Spo		23-9¼
2 Pat Deneen, Hale			23-0¼
3 Ed Horne, Cleveland			22-9¼
4 Dustan Barber, Anacortes		22-3¾
5 Gary Agarpao, Kent-Meridian		22-0½
6 Bruce Connaway, Clover Park		22-0

Pole vault
1 Dan O'Brien, Evergreen-Sea		14-6
2 Dave McDonald, Cleveland		14-3
3 Dan Cowee, Central Valley		14-3
4 Dick Prugh, Ferris			14-0
5 Tim Engquist, Ingraham		14-0
6 Jack Ernst, Renton			14-0

Team scores
1. Franklin				41
2. Lincoln-Tac				38
3. Garfield				32
4. Rogers-Spo				30
  Cleveland 20, Hale 19, Highline 18, Mt. Tahoma 16, Renton 15, 
  Ferris 14, Sealth 13, Eisenhower 13, Wapato 12, Kennewick 12, 
  Richland 12, Burlington 11, Eastmont 10, Evergreen-Sea 10, 
  Olympia 10, Fort Vancouver 10, Issaquah 10, Shorecrest 10, Wilson 10, 
  Central Valley 8, Glacier 8, Port Angeles 8, Sammamish 8, Seattle Prep 8, 
  Lewis & Clark 8, Clover Park 7, Lincoln-Sea 6, Pierce 6, Shoreline 6, 
  Gonzaga 5, Oak Harbor 4, Anacortes 4, Evergreen-Van 4, Redmond 4, 
  Roosevelt 4, Ingraham 2, Lakes 2, Kent-Meridian 2, Edmonds 1, 
  Hoquiam 1, Bellevue 1, Newport 1, Puyallup 1, Sehome 1, Hudson's Bay 1.

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2 comments

  1. Daniel

    I was looking at your information and I noticed a possible discrepancy, in 1967 Dick Olson from Rogers high school in Spokane Washington competed in the state championship at Pullman. He won the 110 high hurdles in 13.9 sec beating the second-place finisher by .5 seconds. Next he wins the 180 low hurdles in 18.9 seconds beating the second-place finisher by .5 seconds. Next up was the long jump which he won by 9 1/4 inches. By himself he accounted for 30 points which placed Rogers in fourth place for the state championship. By himself he outscored numerous other large Washington high school’s , so when I noticed there was a state record for the 110 high hurdles of 13.9 that equaled Dick Olsons record, why no mention of Dick in your records? This effort which I saw personally must have been similar to the experience of the fans that watched Babe Ditrickson win the NCAA track championship by herself when she was in collage . Thank you for the memories.

    1. Joan

      Yes, Dick Olson had quite a meet! His 13.9 time in the 110 hurdles is a hand time that when converted to automatic timing is 14.14 (add .24 to the time). Therefore, the 13.84 listed as the record is superior to his mark.

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