Lindbergh, Liberty are district champions

The Eagles boys track and Patriots girls track won the district title.

The Lindbergh Eagles boys track team finished the two-day 2A West Central District III meet at Renton Memorial Stadium with a final score of 114.5.

The Eagles finished in first place, 46 points ahead of the No. 2 spot North Kitsap.

The girls tied for eighth with a score of 39.5.

Renton High School’s boys track team finished the tournament in 11th place with a team score of 32.

The Renton girls placed seventh with 40 points.

The Liberty Patriots girls track team won the 2A District 1&2 Bi-District meet at Civic Stadium in Bellingham with a final score of 90.

The Patriots boys came in fourth place with a score of 61.

The Hazen Highlanders boys track team finished the West Central District 3/ Southwest District 4 meet at French Field in 22nd place with a score of 11.

The girls finished tied for 17th place with a score of 15.

The 2A, 3A and 4A state championship meet began May 25 and concludes Saturday, May 27 at Mount Tahoma High School.

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