Eagles fly out of the gate

April 1, 2014

By Staff

Photos by Greg Farrar Above, Mackenzie Wieburg, Issaquah High School senior, tries to clear 5 feet, 2 inches. Wieburg won the event easily at 5 feet even and would love to clear      5-feet-6 at state.

Photos by Greg Farrar
Above, Mackenzie Wieburg, Issaquah High School senior, tries to clear 5 feet, 2 inches. Wieburg won the event easily at 5 feet even and would love to clear 5-feet-6 at state.

Above, Jason Crandall, Issaquah High School sophomore, makes this leap of 19 feet, 1 1/2 inches, good for the victory in the long jump.

Jason Crandall, Issaquah High School sophomore, makes this leap of 19 feet, 1 1/2 inches, good for the victory in the long jump.

Cayla Seligman, Issaquah High School junior, sometimes closing her eyes in thought, speeds around the track far ahead of the pack to win the 1,600 meter race in a time of 5 minutes, 17 seconds

Cayla Seligman, Issaquah High School junior, sometimes closing her eyes in thought, speeds around the track far ahead of the pack to win the 1,600 meter race in a time of 5 minutes, 17 seconds

In Issaquah High School’s first track and field meet of the season March 27 against Ballard, the boys squad won, 71-57, and the girls also   easily won, 82-59. At right, Roddy Jensen, Issaquah High School sophomore, wins the discus event with this throw of 104 feet. Below, Cayla Seligman, Issaquah High School junior, sometimes closing her eyes in thought, speeds around the track far ahead of the pack to win the 1,600 meter race in a time of 5 minutes, 17 seconds

In Issaquah High School’s first track and field meet of the season March 27 against Ballard, the boys squad won, 71-57, and the girls also easily won, 82-59.
Roddy Jensen, Issaquah High School sophomore, wins the discus event with this throw of 104 feet.

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