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BASEBALL:

Jonah Shull and Max Paterson participated in the KingCo All State Feeder game on Thursday night.  Due to rain and lightning the scheduled double header was reduced to a single 10 inning game, with the 4A stars defeating the 3A team 11-7.   Jonah finished the 2 for 5 with an RBI and Max had three quality at bats reaching on an error and smashing a line drive that was caught by the third baseman.  Max also pitched two innings.   Jonah was selected by the committee to participate in the All-State baseball series in Yakima on June 25-26.   Congratulations to both Jonah and Max for participating in this event and representing our school in such an excellent fashion, and congratulations to Jonah for his all-state selection.

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STATE CHAMPIONS

After the State Track meet BHS brought home 3 State Champions:

Luka Vincic was the first in breaking one of the oldest school records dating back to 1957 in shot put with a throw of 55-02.25.

Followed by Logan Powell who broke two state meet records winning both discus 90-07and javelin 74-02 .

Lastly followed by Haedyn Bambolo also winning in Shot put continuing to further break her school record with a throw of 43-03.25.


Left to right:
Luka Vincic
Logan Powell
Haedyn Bambolo

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TENNIS:

Amil George competed in the state Boys' tennis championships in Kennewick this weekend. 

Amil had the longest match of the tournament in the first round. He was matched up against a player from Hanford. Amil is a warrior on the court. He never gives up even when his body breaks down on him. 

This match lasted 3 hours and 30 minutes. In the first set, Amil pulled out the tiebreaker 7-6. The tie-breaker score was 15-13 and just the tiebreaker took 45 minutes. 

In the second set, both boys played some great tennis. Hanford won the second set 6-4. From this point on Amil experienced severe leg cramps. But battled through them during the third set. It was another close-set. Amil came up short, 4-6. He played outstanding tennis.

After his marathon match, he had to be back on the court in just 30 minutes. He played valiantly but physically was not 100%. The score was 4-6, 0-6

Amil is such a great representative of Bothell High School. He showed class and great sportsmanship all throughout the tournament. We can all be very proud of his effort.

 

TRACK:

Here are our State Champions from Track:

Luka Vincic - Shot - 55-02.75

Haedyn Bambolo - Shot - 43-03.24

Logan Powell- Discus - 90-07

                       Javelin - 74-02

 

We will have a Parade of Champions in the commons June 2 at 8:00 to celebrate these Track state champions.

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GOLF:

4A Boys Golf State Championship- how do you sum up 9 1/2 hours of competition in a paragraph? Here we go! Our own Walker Lamb took on a field of 126 of the best in our state! He started off the tournament with a birdie showing confidence and poise amid the intense pressure of a state competition. He scrambled his way through the opening round and finished with a 77, which put him tied for 22nd. After making the cut with ease, he started day two off with a few up and downs, sinking par putt after par putt. His first blemish occurred when his ball rolled into a small hole in the ground making for an impossible shot. He did the best he could and got the ball close to the green. After a few tough breaks on the opening nine, he finished with a 42 which was his highest 9-hole score of the year. What does Walker do? He refocuses, sinking a long 30+ foot birdie putt on his 10th hole, sticks a shot to 3 feet on a par 3 for another birdie and continues to scramble getting up and down most of the back nine, finishing with a -1 back, 35, and another 77 for round 2.  His strong finish moved him 6 spots up the leaderboard and he ended up 16th of 126.

Nice work Walker!

 

TRACK:

Yesterdays results from the first day of state competition

Discus Haedyn Bambolo took 3rd 

Javelin: Trent Anderson took 10th

              Thaydon Block took 11th

              Ezra Giesbrecht took 14th

4x400 team comprised of Ainsley HerronAnnabelle EckelEmma Harmon and Lauren Hoyt had tough races with top competitors from across the state  and they all wrapped up their season yesterday.