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.
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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.