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Freshman Record

100 Meters Ja’Warren Hooker
Ellensburg
10.27
4/26/1997 Naches, WA
Isaiah Brandt-Sims
Wenatchee
10.48
2013
Isaiah Brandt-Sims
Wenatchee
10.64 (10.60w)
2012
Isaiah Brandt-Sims
Wenatchee
10.72
2011
200 Meters Ja’Warren Hooker
Ellensburg
21.02
6/22/1997 Edwardsville, IL
Marcus Chambers
Foss
21.06
2012
Isaiah Brandt-Sims
Wenatchee
21.24
2012
Isaiah Brandt-Sims
Wenatchee
21.29
2011
400 Meters Darrell Robinson
Wilson
44.69
7/25/1982 Indianapolis, IN
Marcus Chambers
Foss
46.18
2012
Darrell Robinson
Wilson
47.26
1980
Isaiah Brandt-Sims
Wenatchee
48.50
2011
800 Meters Tanner Sork
Union
1:48.74
6/2/2012 Portland, OR
Courtney Jaworski
Curits
1:50.65
2001
Alex McClary
Shelton
1:50.72
2002
Noah Wallace
Lake Stevens
1:54.43
2014
1600 Meters Gerry Lindgren
Rogers (Spokane)
4:01.5h (mile)
8/13/1964 Kingston, Jamaica
Matt Donnelly
Renton
4:05.58
1983
Jack Yearian
Bellarmine Prep
4:08.50
2014
Nectaly Barbosa
Prosser
4:15.83
2004
3200 Meters Gerry Lindgren
Rogers (Spokane)
8:40.0h (indoor 2 mile)
2/15/1964 San Francisco, CA
Joe Hardy
Seattle Prep
8:51.01
2013
Joe Hardy
Seattle Prep
8:55.22

2012 
Andrew Gardner
Mead
9:01.40
2010
110 High Hurdles Daniel Zmuda
Steilacoom
13.84
7/13/2013 Eugene, OR
Ross Flowers
Garfield
13.93
1988
Ross Flowers
Garfield
14.38
1987
Tyran Schelling
Skyview
14.69
2006
300 Hurdles Mark Phillips
Garfield
36.57
5/31/1986 Tacoma, WA
Jake Hanson
Yelm
37.37
2004
Nathan Williams
Hazen
38.11
1993
Wes Bailey
Mead
39.46
2009
400 Meter Relay Garfield
Jay Lofton, John Gary,
Clyde Duncan, Mark Phillips
41.34
5/30/1986 Tacoma, WA
1600 Meter Relay Federal Way
Ezekiel McNeal, Trenton Pinson,
Robert Shelby, Maurice McNeal
3:15.26
5/27/2010 Tacoma, WA
Shot Put Vince Goldsmith
Mount Tahoma
69-11
4/29/1977 Burien, WA
Vince Goldsmith
Mount Tahoma
65-10
1976
Mike Shill
East Valley (Spokane)
63-2
1978
Mike Shill
Spokane JH
58-1¾
1977
Discus Vinnie Pecht
West Valley (Spokane)
207-2
5/23/1997 Cheney, WA
Korion Morris
Renton
195-3
2005
Ben Lindsey
Lynnwood
198-10
1994
Ben Lindsey
Lynnwood
176-6
1993
Javelin (New) Sean Keller
Heritage
253-0
6/23/2012 Eugene, OR
Sean Keller
Heritage
232-1
April 23, 2011
Michael Davis
King’s
211-3
2004
David Musson
Colville
184-2
2005
Javelin (Old) Tom Sinclair
Peninsula
239-1
4/1/1975 Gig Harbor, WA
Bob Rockett
Willapa Valley
228-11
1981
Porky Lyons
DeSales
215-8
1973
Porky Lyons
DeSales
192-0
1972
High Jump Rick Noji
Franklin
7-4½
5/12/1984 Seattle, WA
Rick Noji
Franklin
7-4½
1984
Terry Ellis, Pateros
7-0  1977
Rahmel Dockery, Curtis
7-0  2009
Tyson Penn
Federal Way
6-8½
2013
Long Jump Peller Phillips
Garfield
25-9¾
6/11/1988 Sacramento, CA
Peller Phillips
Garfield
24-6½
1987
Toney Henderson
Gig Harbor
24-3
2005
Myron Wise
Woodbrook J.H. (Lakewood)
22-7¾
1987
Triple Jump Kasen Williams
Skyline
50-9¼
5/28/2011 Tacoma
Aaron Williams
Wilson
50-0¾
1977
Tyson Penn
Federal Way
48-8½ (49-2w)
2014
Kali Roberts
Mercer Island
47-4½
1985
Pole Vault Casey Carrigan
Orting
17-4¾
6/14/1969 Sacramento, CA
Tyson Byers
University
16-8¾
2001
McKane Lee
Arlington
15-9
2001
Matt Merritt
Auburn
15-0
1999

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  1. Mark Akins

    One of our readers points out that the boys triple jump record should belong to Kasen Williams, Skyline, 2011, 50-9 1/4.

    Is the reader wrong? I believe we reported it, too.

    Thanks.

    Mark Akins, Seattle Times

    1. Joan

      You’re right. We missed that one. Thanks for pointing it out!

  2. Michael Mott

    This is a great list! Is there any way you could publish an all-time top 10 list in each event? I can’t seem to find one anywhere and I’m sure it would be a big hit for WA High School track enthusiasts.

    1. Joan

      We don’t publish the all time list on-line because John Sells has a very deep list in his book and there needs to be a reason to buy his book and support him! He has the top 200 performers in each event. Quite a list. The most recent 2011 book is available for $20 (includes postage). You can send for it at: Shelton Thrower’s Club, 400 SE Sells Dr, Shelton, WA 98584.

  3. Michael Osborne

    According to Athletic.net, would the following qualify for All-time Sophomore records?

    1. Joe Hardy 4:09.29a 10 WA Seattle Prep Shoreline Invitational (Boys) Sat, Apr 28

    1. Kai Wilmot 8:57.66a 10 WA North Central Shoreline Invitational (Boys) Sat, Apr 28

    1. Joan

      Yes, it looks like they do! Thanks for pointing it out.

  4. News flash

    I believe u need to re write the record books- joe hardy ran 855 for the 3200m also Andrew Gardner ran 901 as a freshman

  5. Evan Atwater

    Joe Hardy ran 8:55 at state beating Wilmot’s record/

  6. WA

    .Isaiah ran 21.24a at Richland, and 10.64a at Pasco on 5/11/12. Hardy broke soph 3200m at state with 8:55.22. Keller broke javelin at centennial with 244’1. Gardner actually ran 9:01.40 at State his frosh year. Temitope Akinlosotu of Federal Way broke the frosh 300mh with a 39.58a. Sorry. I’m a bit of a track nerd

    1. Joan

      No reason to appologize for being a track nerd. Thanks for your input.

    2. Joan

      We had actually missed a 2009 mark in the 300h that is the record, so Akinlosotu doesn’t get it. We have corrected our listing.

  7. Beth

    According to Athletic.net, the following records might need updating:

    1. Sean Keller bettered his Javelin All-time State Record this year during the 48th Centennial Invitation on April 28 with a throw of 244’ 1.00

    2. Marcus Chambers ran a 21.33 as a junior this year at the Narrows League Championships on May 11th

    3. Tatum Taylor ran a 10.39aw as a Junior at the State Championships on May 26th

    4. Isaiah Brandt-Sims ran a 10.6aw as a sophomore at the State Championships on May 26th

    Isaiah and Tatum’s times show “aw” which I think means wind-aided, so that may disqualify their times in the record books.

    1. Joan

      Wind aided marks don’t count. :(

  8. Eager

    Chambers unbelievable today at U.S. Juniors. 21.08 (into a 1.5 headwind!) and 46.92. Finals still to come. Crazy!

  9. Sam V

    Now that the olympic trials are in full swing, I’m looking around for the latest info and reminiscing about my track days. I had the pleasure of seeing, in person, a few record holders myself. I was class of 94, went to TJ in FW, and went to state in the long jump that year. My best mark was 21-10.25 but didn’t get close at state probably due in part to rain and a headwind on meet day.

    I did see LaShonda Christopher at the FW invitational ( I did triple jump as well) and was amazed at her strength and athleticism. I saw Danielle Marshall in 92 also at the FW stadium and she just ran like a gazelle as I remember it. A few years later my dad and I went to the state meet to see JaWarren in person.

    I also saw Rick Noji at local invitationals when I was running for Highline CC in 94-95.

    My best marks in other events are 11.1 hand in 100m, 23.2 200m, and 43-2.5 TJ. Don’t get me started on war stories cause I carry the passion to this day!

  10. aaron Bagnall

    I remember peller phillips jumping a 27′-1 1/2″ jump at either the Sunkist in ’88 or a meet in Indianapolis?? Am I wrong about that?? and if he did why would it not be included if it happened the summer following his senior year. He is credited as having the longest prep jump of all time. although it was wind aided shouldn’t he get credit were it is due. You show many wind-aided results in the books here??
    Thanks

    1. Joan

      Yes, Fort Vancouver ran the mile relay in 1966 in 3:22.5. This would convert to 3:21.4 for the 1600 relay.

  11. Randy Taylor

    Do you keep track of the records prior to distances going into the “Meter” measurement? I know Fort Vancouver had a mile relay team that ran 3:22 in 1966.

  12. Aaron

    Marcus Chambers ran 46.18 for 400m and 21.06 w(+0.6) for 200m at the USATF Junior Olympics on 7/29/2012. Both should be updated as junior class records.

    1. Joan

      FINALLY updated through 2102. Sorry it took so long.

  13. Chris Lewis

    1600m record should be just that. Jerry ran a mile, in Jamaca after graduation, converted from a mile time. I still have the fastest 1600m time in the state, done at Shelton Invite 1989

  14. Bob

    Tatum Taylor broke the 100m and 200m all-time state records on May 4, 2013 at the Ken Shannon Invitational (note: running unattached as a high school senior) with times of 10.26a and 20.78a respectively

    See: http://www.spufalcons.com/documents/2013/5/4/13SPMOTF12.pdf?id=3357

    1. Joan

      As awesome as his times were, unfortunately they were wind aided and therefore not allowable as a record.

  15. Paul V

    http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/Athlete.aspx?AID=2577908

    See Joe Hardy’s time in the 3200 this year at Arcadia.

    1. Joan

      We finally got Joe’s mark in the all time records. We just hadn’t updated anything from this year yet. Thanks for pointing it out, though! That was a heck of a time.

  16. Joan

    Finally got it fixed. Sorry it took so long. Thanks for the heads up.

  17. Joan

    Now updated throught the 2013 state meets

  18. Phil Zmuda

    Mr. Daniel Zmuda ran for Steilacoom High School Track and Field for four years and had quite the stellar hurdles career in both the 110H and the 300M. At the close of his senior year this season he ran some post season races. His last 110H race was clocked officially in 13.84 during the Track City Classic 2013 at the UofO Hayward Field, besting Mr. Nate Robinson’s time of 13.85 in 2003. Here is a link to the video posted on runnerspace:

    http://kevin.runnerspace.com/profile.php?member_id=6&do=videos&&video_id=96597

    And here is a link to the posted official results:

    http://www.runnerspace.com/news.php?news_id=164638

    Thank you for considering this information as crediting Mr. Daniel Zmuda with the state of Washington all-time best 110H time. Thank you.

  19. Sam

    Daniel Zmuda ran 13.84 for 110 hurdles at the track city classic this summer.

  20. Micah Ohl

    Isaiah Brandt-Sims has the all time freshman record in the 200 meter dash at 21.29 wind-legal in the finals of the 2011 state meet final. It’s listed here at 21.43

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