Isaac Swillie again ran fast.
And jumped far.
The senior for the Lakes High School boys track and field team leaped a season-best mark of 22 feet, 8 inches for first place in the long jump and ran a season-best time of 10.84 seconds for first place in the 100-meter dash as the Lancers beat Peninsula 106-44 in a dual meet on Thursday.
Swillie’s long-jump mark he set Thursday is the best in the state, according to athletic.net, and his 100 time is the third best in the state.
Swillie also took first in the 200 with a time of 22.04, just off his state-best time of 21.64 seconds.
The South Kitsap High School boys track team prevailed in a three-team 4A Narrows meet but Gig Harbor and Stadium had some notable individuals.
For the Tides, Charlie Dahlstrom topped the discus field with a throw of 135 feet, 11 inches as two Gig Harbor teammates finished below him. Connor Jost was second in discus and first in shot put with a mark of 49-09.
For the Tigers, a dominant 4x400 relay team of Tyler Hill, Hunter Wendling, Keygan Jeffries and Nicholas Stauffer won their event by nearly 17 seconds.
South Kitsap’s Izaijha Byrd won the 100-meter dash in 11.44 seconds, edging Gig Harbor’s Kyle Olson-Urbon, who finished in 11.49 seconds. Byrd also won the 200 in 23.02 seconds over teammate Troy Delgado (23.14).
Bonney Lake 77, Sumner 68: Two Panthers won two events each as Mykel Fisher won the 400 and 1600 and teammate Caleb Davis won the shot put and discus.