Rachele Kloke Stanwood High girls track and field Kloke, a senior, qualified for state in four events at the Northwest 4A District championships...
Stanwood High girls track and field
Kloke, a senior, qualified for state in four events at the Northwest 4A District championships at Shoreline Stadium. The University of Idaho basketball recruit tied a meet record in the long jump on May 16, winning with a mark of 18 feet, 1/2 inch. On Friday, she won the 400 meters (59.42 seconds) and finished second in the triple jump (37-3 ½) and 1,600 relay (4:05.07). Kloke is the first Stanwood athlete to compete in four state events since Matt Strieby in 1988.
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Cascade High boys soccer
The senior goalkeeper extended his school record for shutouts in a season to 14 as the Bruins advanced to the semifinals of the Class 4A state tournament. Weigelt made 13 saves in a 3-0 first-round win over Mountain View High of Vancouver on May 15. He followed with eight saves in a 1-0 quarterfinal victory against Bellarmine Prep on Friday.
Monroe High fastpitch softball team
The Bearcats, coached by Curt Eskeback, won the Northwest 4A District championship to claim the top seed to state. Monroe (22-1) beat both Shorewood High and Stanwood High 1-0 in the opening rounds Thursday, then captured the title with a 2-0 victory over Lake Stevens High on Saturday. Junior right-hander Jordan Birch pitched all three games, striking out 31 and allowing just four hits in 21 innings.