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Junior sprinter Devon Smith followed prelim victories in the 200- and 400-meter dashes with championships in the May 9 finals. Smith also closed what was roughly a 50-meter gap as the anchor of Lakewood's winning 4x400 relay, as the Cougars overtook King's in the final stretch. With a 48-second leg, Smith helped the relay team break school and conference records.
Smith's relay teammate, senior Terrence Ordonez also had a career day as he broke meet and stadium records in the boys 800 finals to beat Coupeville standout Kyle King and South Whidbey's Scott Stallman. Ordonez cut more than seven seconds off his time two days earlier to finish in 1:58.20, trailed just tenths of a second by King and Stallman. With the event victory, Ordonez helped hold off a three-event championship by King, who won the mile and two mile.Tomahawk girls are conference champs
The 400 relay of Cali Cull, Nicolette Runyan, Sarah Zellweger and Alisha Oden followed its victory in prelims May 7 with a win in the finals two days later.
Sprinters Runyan and Oden were also individual champions. Runyan, who won the 100 and 200 prelims, took first in the 200 finals and second in the 100. Oden competed in the 200 and 400, winning both the prelims and finals of the quarter-mile race as the only competitor to complete the course in less than a minute.Tomahawk baseball state-bound
In their May 5 opener against Jackson, the boys ripped a series of hits and built a six-run advantage in the first inning, which led them to a 10-0 victory in five innings on the Timberwolves' home diamond. Senior pitcher Frankie Nelson threw a one-hitter, no-walk game while senior clean-up batter Riley Gilbertson went 3-for-4 at bat with a double and three RBIs.
"I was just looking for a first-pitch fastball, and they gave it to me," Gilbertson said afterward. The senior first baseman kept a third-inning drive alive with his third hit when he outpsyched the Jackson second baseman in a situation where he should have been out. The fielder had the ball as Gilbertson neared second, but the Tomahawk didn't give up.M-P divers visit China
But what will the fourth time hold?
The state soccer tournament bracket begs the question, as Lakewood and Cedarcrest face a possible second-round match-up, assuming they emerge from first-round wins over Mark Morris High School and Centralia High School, respectively. (The games took place May 13 after The Globe went to press.)M-P fastpitch surging into playoffs