Bickleton's Annie Hess sets school record

GOLDENDALE - Bickleton High School senior Annie Hess shaved a foot off of her high school record in the shotput at the Goldendale track meet held Tuesday.

Hess took first place honors in the event with a toss of 38-10-1/2, according to Bickleton Coach Darrell Lang.

Hess also took first place honors in the discus with a throw of 128 feet.

Clinton Berk continued his winning ways in the high jump, claiming first place honors for Bickleton with a leap of 5-6. He also took second place in the pole vault with a jump of 10 feet.

Lang gave kudos to freshman Cody Loomis, who ran both the 3,200 meter and the 1,600 meter. Loomis placed in the top five in both races. Loomis placed third in the 3,200 with a time of 12:43 and was fourth in the 1,600 with a time of 5:27.5. The freshman also was a leg of the Pirates 4x400 meter relay squad, which placed fourth in the Goldendale meet with a time of 4:17.

Also running the 4x400 were Tyler Jensen, Marco Montoya, and James Rasmussen.

Bickleton's Corryn Raschko placed second in the pole vault at 7-0, while sophomore Stephanie Tucker placed second in the 3,200 meter race with a time of 17:13.1

Lang said Hess will participate in Saturday's Pasco Invitational, while the rest of the Bickleton track team will have the weekend off. The team will return to action on April 26, at White Swan.


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