Castle Rock Girls Place 2nd at District
Led by a more than solid core of sprinters, the Castle Rock girls Track team finished as a runner up to District IV Champion Kalama, but ahead of the other 15 teams in the 1A Southwest Washington section. The CR girls were paced by Elizabeth Moore who won the 400 meters and placed second in the 100 meters. Laura Patrick placed second in the 200 and third in the 100 meters. The girls also placed to relay teams in the top four, which qualify for the WIAA State Track Meet held at Eastern Washington University next weekend. The teams of Amy Patrick, Laura Patrick, Mikayla Risner and Nikki Holliday placed second in both the 4 X 200 and 4 X 400 meters.
On the boys side, Austin Moore qualified for state with his third place in the 200 meters, but won the 400 meters in an impressive 50.51.
Toledo's Navolynski On to State
Toledo's Amanda Navolynski qualified for the WIAA State Track and Field Meet in Cheney by jumping 9'6" and placing second at the District IV 1A meet at Rainier on Thursday. Also on the boys side, David Cominck earned a trip to state with a fourth place win in the triple jump.
CR Qualifies Two to State Tennis
Castle Rock sent its first tennis player to state since 1997 and what makes it better is two Lady Rockets are going. In addition, CR won it first District IV team title in 16 years. Jamie Skeie had to defeat her own teammate Faith Stein in the final but both girls have qualified for the state tournament in Yakima this weekend.