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  1. Kent-Meridian wins first team track title in school history ... › sports › kent-meridian-wins

    They didn't have a single individual state champion Saturday at Mount Tahoma High. Instead, the Kent-Meridian Royals had an entire team of 'em during the boys Class 4A state track & field meet. Behind a balanced performance throughout their lineup, the Royals grabbed nine medals, yet not a single gold. Despite missing out on the individual top spots, it all added up to a golden finish for Kent ...

  2. TRACK: Kent-Meridian boys win surprise-filled district meet ... › sports › track-kent-meridian

    May 26, 2010 · Surprises? The Class 4A West Central District track and field meet last Friday and Saturday was filled with more than its share of eye-openers. The Kent-Meridian boys continued their ascension, finishing in a tie with Federal Way for first place in then team race. K-M and Federal Way tallied 66 points apiece, well ahead of third-place Gig Harbor (47.5).

  3. Kent Meridian HS Track & Field Season Event Records › TrackAndField › EventRecords

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  4. Track - Boy's Championship Information | AZPreps365 › championships › track-boys

    Desert Vista High School (DVHS) 16440 S. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85048. Perry High School (PHS) 1919 E. Queen Creek Blvd. Gilbert, AZ 85297. Admission Fees

  5. Track & Field - Arizona State University Athletics › sports › track-and-field

    Recap Story recap for for Track & Field vs Pac-12 Championships - Day 3 on May 16, 2021 at 3:00 PM MST. Track & Field. TF. vs NCAA West Preliminary Championships. May 25. Final. Recap Story recap for for Track & Field vs NCAA West Preliminary Championships on May 25, 2021 at All Day.

  6. May 02, 2020 · 11 boys track coaches have won at least six state titles in the history of the sport in Arizona. The No. 1 coach on this list won 13.

  7. May 01, 2018 · Chandler, favored to win its 12th girls state championship since 2006, won the D.I relay in 9 minutes, 18.74 seconds. Phoenix North Canyon, favored to win the Division II girls title, won the ...

  8. Washington Gymnastics History High School Boys › historyboyshs
    • Early Years in Washington
    • The 1950’s
    • The 1960’s
    • The 1970’s
    • The 1980’s

    Prior to 1950 there had been no high school teams in the state that could actually be called a gymnastics team. Gymnastics was taught in the schools, and tumbling teams were in evidence, like the one at Roosevelt High that was started by Sheridan Berthiaume in 1922. Mr. Sheridan (Sherry) Berthiaume, taught Physical Education at the Seattle YMCA from 1914-16. When Roosevelt High School opened in 1922, he was hired and had tumbling classes every morning before school started. George Lewis and his brother participated in them. Louis Hall took it over in 1936. Bob Lind continued until 1970. (One of Sherry's gymnasts in 1932 was future UW and Olympic Gold Medalist rower, Joe Rantz. Read about Joe and the rowing team in Boys In The Boat by Dan Brown. This photo is from the Roosevelt year book, provided by Joe's granddaughter, gymnastics coach, Jen Huffman. Joe is standing in back row next to Coach Berthiaume.)

    On December 2, 1952, Charles Thuot of Kennewick High School, wrote to Hubie Dunn (pictured at left), WSU men’s gymnastics coach (they were former college gymnasts at Southern Illinois College). Thout asked for materials for teaching skills and how to form a team. Mr. Thuot said they had the following equipment; stall bars, high bar, trampoline, a horse, parallel bars, springboards, rings and plenty of mats. Books were recommended, including The Tumbler's Manual by Laporte and Renner, and the Navy's Gymnastics and Tumblingwritten by Price. (Price was Eric Hughes’ coach.) From newspaper articles, it appears that Thuot had a gymnastic or exhibition group by February of 1953. In 1953 at near-by Wapato High School, Paul Hurd began a high school tumbling team. Wapato and Kennewick High Schools probably got together for unofficial competitions, at least in tumbling. On December 10, 1955, Paul Hurd indicated that tumbling and trampoline might become a lettered sport at their school. In 1955...

    In 1960 there were two high school invitationals held - February 27 at UW and March 12 at Washington State University. The teams competing in order of winning were Highline, Renton, Kennewick, Richland, Blanchett, Shadle Park, Spokane, Chehalis, Centralia, Ephrata and Olympia. The all around winners were Steve Woodward and Stu Rehnstrom of Highline. In the 1960-61 season Thorne Tibbitts was now the coach at Eastern Washington University. High school teams competing during the season of 1960-‘61 were Richland, Kennewick, Spokane YMCA, Shadle Park, Bellevue, Glacier, Mt. Rainier, Highline, Renton, Chehalis, Elma, Olympia, Centralia, Marysville and Monroe. Teachers at the gymnastic clinic on December 10,1960 included Bob Sarver of Highline High School, Ev Woodward of Seattle U and Frank Hailand of UW. In 1961 two high school invitationals were held on the same day. One at the UW and the other at WSU. Schools participating were Mt. Rainier under Coach George Hammond, Blanchett, Renton,...

    In May, of 1971, the 16th annual Washington State High School Gymnastics Meet was held at WSU. Four district meets were held the previous week, to qualify the boys. Bothel won Region 1, Highline won Region 2, West Seattle won the Region 3 title, eliminating last years state champ, and went on to win State. In the early 1970’s, most of the Eastern Washington high school teams had been discontinued. In 1971, only eight were left. In Spokane, the horizontal bar competition had been discontinued because a boy had died in an accident in this event. In the 1973-74 school year, the Boys’ Tournament became the Official State Tournament. Kent-Meridian, coached by Gunter Borhman, came on in 1973 to win the state meet, again in 1975 and then from 1977 through 1981. Gunter coached six state all-around champions. In 1977, Tom Hardin won the All-Around and every event except rings, in which he placed 2nd. Tom went on to compete at Iowa State University and was on the 1980 National Team, placing 1...

    The last WIAA sponsored State Meet was in 1981. Many schools then dropped their gymnastics programs, but those few that hung on did have a “state meet.” Gunter Bohrmanwas born in Wiesbaden, Germany, Jan. 7,1940, died Jan. 5, 2006 in Renton, WA. after a two-year battle with cancer. Gunter competed on a club team in his hometown and later on the German National Team (1960-1962). After graduating from high school in 1959, he attended the University of Mainz, majoring in English. He came to America in 1962, attended UW and competed on their gymnastics team. He wasn’t planning on staying in America when he first came here! BA in English and in 1967 his Masters in PE. Pacific Northwest All Around Champion. 1963 he was Pacific NW champ on Horizontal Bar, P.Bars, Long Horse, and All-Around for UW. 1964 Olympic Trials. 1965 he was AAU Junior Champion in floor ex., long horse, and parallel bars. 1968 he was on the Seattle Gymnastics Club Team that toured Asia. Taught and coached the boy's tea...

  9. AIA State Track & Field Championships D2 ... - Arizona Milesplit › meets › 425887-aia-state-track

    May 13, 2021 · Division 2 Performance List heat sheet. Licensed to Chandler High School HY-TEK's Meet Manager 2021 AIA State Track Championships - 5/13/2021 to 5/15/2021 Division 2 and 4 Perry High School Meet Program Event 201 Boys 4x800 Meter Relay Division 2 (16) ===== School Seed ===== Section 1 Timed Finals 1 Casteel 'A' 8:01.04 2 Millennium High School 'A' 8:02.36 3 Horizon High School 'A' 8:08.63 4 ...

  10. Mar 10, 2020 · Blue Devils Win State Track Championships It was another incredible day for Huntington High School's athletes. Huntington UFSD, Community Contributor; Posted Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 10:15 am ET.

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