See how Renton School District teams ended the fall season

  • Friday, November 30, 2018 3:36pm
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The following was provided by the Renton School District:

With the end of high school fall sports, below is how the Renton School District — Renton, Lindbergh and Hazen — did in the post season.

WEST CENTRAL DISTRICT CHAMPIONS/PLACERS, AND STATE CHAMPION/PLACERS

BOYS TENNIS

DISTRICTS

• Lindbergh’s Kyle Hebbeler finished 3rd in 2A singles

STATE

• Hazen’s Marcus Lee/Nick Ngo finished 8th in 4A doubles

• Lindbergh’s Kyle Hebbeler finished 8th in 2A singles

GIRLS SOCCER

DISTRICTS

• Lindbergh finished 5th

GIRLS SWIM

DISTRICTS

• Lindbergh’s team finished 2nd in the 2A classification

• Lindbergh’s Annie Robinson finished 2nd in the 100 yard freestyle and 4th in the 50 yard freestyle

• Lindbergh’s 200 yard Medley Relay (Parsin Lwai, Annie Robinson, Rachel Knittle, Madison Martz) finished 2nd

• Lindbergh’s 200 yard Freestyle Relay (Rachel Knittle, Madison Martz, Djenica Ortiz, Makenna Jones) finished 2nd

• Hazen’s Kylie Doan finished 3rd in the 4A Girls 200 Yard IM and the 100 Yard Breaststroke

• Lindbergh’s Rachel Knittle finished 3rd in the 100 yard butterfly and 3rd in the 100 yard breaststroke

• Lindbergh’s 400 yard Freestyle Relay (Makenna Jones, Djenica Ortiz, Parsin Lwai, Annie Robinson) finished 4th

• Lindbergh’s MaKenna Jones finished 3rd in the 200 yard freestyle and 5th in the 100 yard freestyle

STATE

• Lindbergh’s Annie Robinson finished 5th in the 50 yard freestyle and 7th in the 110 yard freestyle

• Lindbergh’s Rachel Knittle finished 5th in the 100 yard butterfly and 7th in the 100 yard breaststroke

• Lindbergh’s 400 yard Freestyle Relay (Annie Robinson, Djenica Ortiz, Makenna Jones, Rachel Knittle) finished 5th

• Lindbergh’s team finished 6th in the 2A classification

• Lindbergh’s 200 yard Medley Relay (Parsin Lwai, Izzy Goe, Rachel Knittle, Madison Martz) finished 8th

• Lindbergh’s 200 yard Freestyle Relay (Makenna Jones, Madison Martz, Djenica Ortiz, Annie Robinson) finished 8th

OTHER ATHLETIC GOOD NEWS ITEMS

• Hazen soccer coach Ken Matthews received the United Soccer Coaches High School Coach of Significance Award. The award is intended to recognize members who are coaching for character, using the soccer field to teach life lessons at the high school level. It is an opportunity for each state, in conjunction with United Soccer Coaches, to recognize excellence and the chance to share stories of how coaches are making an impact within their schools and communities well beyond their records of wins and losses.

• Lindbergh girls swim was 13–0 in the SPSL 2A league this year, 14–0 overall. They are 39-0 since joining the SPSL and 42-0 overall during that time. They have also won 3 straight SPSL championship meets.

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