Renton schools compete in Arnie Young Invitational

Hazen, Renton, Lindbergh and Liberty track and field teams competed on April 8 at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Hazen, Renton, Lindbergh and Liberty girls and boys track and field teams competed in the Arnie Young Invitations at Renton Memorial Stadium on Saturday, April 8.

On the boys side the Lindbergh team took fourth with 59 points, Liberty 12th with 18, Hazen 16th with 14 and Renton 22nd with three.

The Hazen girls team took fourth with 62, Liberty eighth with 39, Lindbergh 15 with 15.5 and Renton 19th with seven.

Samantha Kelderman from Liberty won the 3, 200 meters in 11 minutes, 15.11 seconds.

Derek Anderson from Lindbergh won the pole vault event clearing 14 feet.

Hazen sophomore Nicole Lenton won the 100 meters hurdles in 15.59.

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