Final update: North Kitsap has 69 points. Sehome has 67. NK is first Kitsap team to win team track title since South Kitsap in the early 1990s.
Another update: One event left. North Kitsap has a six-point lead on Squalicum, which has no more points available. NK has a 10-point lead on Sehome, which has a 4×400 relay team remaining. As long as Sehome doesn’t win the event, NK wins state team title. If Sehome, wins it shares title with NK.
Update: With two events remaining, things are close. North
Kitsap leads with 65 points and Squalicum has 63 and Sehome has
North Kitsap has Indigo Williams remaining in the 200. Squalicum is done. Sehome is the threat. They have the top seed in the 200 and 4×400 relay. Two wins would give them 73 points, meaning Williams would need eight points in the 200 (a second-place finish) to tie it.
This is going to be close.
There’s five events remaining in the 2A girls track and field
meet, and the Vikings have positioned themselves to win the team
NK has 62 points with points to come in the discus and 200. Sehome is in second place with 47 and points to come in the 200 and discus and possibly the 1,600. Bellingham is third with 46 and points in the 200 and 1,600. Squalicum is fourth with 43 and has points mostly left in the discus (unless there’s some upsets).
The only team title for a Kitsap came in the early 1990s when the South Kitsap girls won back-to-back AAA titles.
NK has had big performances all weekend with athletes popping personal bests left and right. Alex Lanzafame won triple and long jump titles. Reagan Colyer swept the hurdles events. Indigo Williams is piling up points in the 100 and 200 and is part of two relays to win points. The 4×100 relay — which saw the meet record it set last year get broken by Bellingham — took second for eight big points. Lexi Simmons is putting points in the shot put and likely the discus.