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Lindbergh tennis finishes second, track athletes earn podium spots at state championships
The following is a recap of how Renton, Hazen and Lindbergh High School athletes performed at this past week’s state championships, as provided by the district.
• Aajua Brooks of Lindbergh, right, placed second in the girls long jump.
• Omelyan Strembitsky of Lindbergh placed second in the boys pole vault.
• Trevonn Russell of Lindbergh placed third in the boys discus and ninth in the boys shot put.
• Aleisha Simpson of Lindbergh finished fourth in the girls shot put.
• Jovuani Phomprida-Robinson of Renton placed fifth in the boys triple jump.
• The Renton Girls 400-meter relay team of Iman Burks, Shelly Sauls, Savannah Smith, Erykah Holland, Janaya Williams and Emily Lincoln placed fifth.
• Shelly Sauls of Renton finished sixth in the 100-meter dash and eighth in the 200 meters.
• Robby Williamson of Lindbergh placed ninth in the boys pole vault.
• Micah Prescott of Renton finished 11th in the boys shot put.
• The Lindbergh girls team finished 14th and the Renton girls finished 19th. The Lindbergh boys finished 19th and the Renton boys finished 37th.
Complete track results can be found on the WIAA website at http://www.wiaa.
• The Lindbergh High Boys Tennis team placed second at the 2A State Tournament.
• Alan Kwiatowski of Lindbergh placed third in boys singles.
• The Lindbergh boys doubles team of Samuel Bayna and Jeremiah Bayna placed third.
• The Lindbergh High girls tennis team placed fourth.
• Leizel Villanueva of Lindbergh took fourth place in girls singles.
• Kimberly Hoang of Renton didn’t place but won two matches during the tournament.
• Misa Takami of Hazen didn’t place but won a match at the 3A State Tournament.
The State Tennis Brackets can be found on the WIAA website at the following link: http://www.wiaa.com/subcontent.aspx?SecID=614.
• David Hu of Hazen shot a 91 and failed to make the cut.
• Thomas Richards of Lindbergh shot a 97 and failed to make the cut.