State Meet Information

The cross country team will leave Friday, Nov. 7th to go to the state cross country meet in Pasco. The team needs to be at Lindbergh by 9:00 Friday.

We are taking a bus, and we will be staying at the Kennewick Super 8 Hotel. The meet is at the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco on Saturday. All classifications of schools compete on the same course.

Our girls will race at 11:00, and the boys race at 1:30. The awards ceremony for both will begin at 2:20. We will be back at Lindbergh Saturday evening between 8:00 and 9:00.

Team members will be given $35 for food money for the weekend. The cost of the bus and the hotel are paid for by the Lindbergh ASB. State meet gear will be sold at the meet, so bring money if you are interested.

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On To State!

The boys and girls teams both finished 3rd place at districts today and qualified for the state meet next weekend in Pasco. This is the 10th year in a row the boys have made it to state. The girls have been there 5 of the last 6 years.

The girls raced first and started the day off well for us. Five of the 7 girls ran their season PRs: Feven :16, Cindy :03, Beth :19, Norchel :13, Lidiya :08.

Four of the boys ran PRs: Tyler :21, Dupree :12, Deven :06, and Colton :07.

Tyler Hughey ran the fastest time of the day for a freshman out of all of the classifications that raced today with a very impressive 16:26.

Complete results:

End-of-season Awards Banquet

Our 2014 Awards Banquet to celebrate the season will be Tuesday, November 25th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the Lindbergh library. All family members are invited. This is a potluck, so please bring something. So that we don’t end up with 30 bowls of bean salad, I assigned stuff to bring by grade.

Freshman: Desserts
Sophomores: Main Dish
Juniors: Salad or side dish
Seniors: Drinks

See you there.

District Meet Info

Saturday, Nov. 1st is the West Central District meet. This meet combines the teams from the Seamount league, the SPSL league, and the Olympic league, and it determines who qualifies for the state meet. Our district is by far the largest district in the state, so the top 6 teams and the top 30 individuals advance. Though we compete only against the other 2A schools, all school classifications compete in this meet, so there will be lots of teams at the golf course.

Admission will be changed for this meet, so be prepared with cash. Adults and students w/o ASB $7, Students with ASB $5, kids $4.

The meet takes place at American Lake Golf Course in Lakewood near Tacoma. The address is: 9600 Veterans Dr SW, Lakewood, WA 98493

The schedule for the day:

7:15 at school
7:30 leave
10:30 girls race
11:40 boys race
12:35 awards
2:30 back at school

Sub-Districts Results

We had lots of PRs and a solid team performance at the Sub-District meet Saturday. Both the boys and the girls finished second place behind Liberty. Fourteen teams competed in the meet.

Christine Villanueva’s time of 20:18 moves her up to #16 on the Lindbergh All-Time list.

The following people had PRs:

Dupree :04, Colton :03, Chase :09, Zach :03, Viet :14, Ben :25, Kane :06, Brandon :43, Evan :42, Christine :10

These people had season PRs:

Alex S. :07, Will:21, Ian, Feven :35, Beth :18, Lidiya :14

Complete results can be found at:

Sub-District Meet Info

The Sub-District meet is the final meet of the season for the JV runners. For varsity, this is the meet that qualifies us to run at the district meet the following week. All of the teams from the Seamount League and the South Puget Sound League compete in this meet. All classifications of schools will compete, but in separate races (2A, 3A, and 4A).

The Sub-District meet takes place Saturday, Oct. 25th at Fort Steilacoom park. The schedule for the day is below:

6:45 arrive at Lindbergh
7:00 bus leaves
9:30 2A/3A JV Girls (Lidya, Amica, Shandiny)
10:15 2A Varsity Girls (Christine, Lauren, Cindy, Feven, Norchel, Beth, Jenny)
10:45 3A Varsity Girls
11:15 2A Varsity Boys (Daniel, Dupree, Tyler, Alex, Marshall, Colton, Deven)
11:45 3A Varsity Boys
12:15 2A/3A JV Boys (all JV boys)
1:00 2A/3A Awards following last race
2:30ish back at Lindbergh

Seamount League Champs. Twice.

Both the boys and girls teams won the league meet today, making both teams the 2014 Seamount League Champs! The girls beat second place Renton 30 – 42. The boys beat second place Hazen 36 – 55. The girls were led by Christine Villanueva, who finished second overall. Daniel Langer finished third and led the boys.

The top ten placers at the league meet earned First Team All-League status. Our girls first-team placers were Christine Villanueva (2nd), Lauren Wick (5th), Cindy Huynh (6th), and Feven Fessahatzion (7th). Our boys first-team placers were Daniel Langer (3rd), Dupree Nugent (5th), Tyler Hughey (6th), and Colton Komar (10th).


Cindy Huynh, our only senior on varsity, has been on varsity on a league championship team all four years of her high school career.

This is the 10th year in a row as league champs for the boys and the 7th year in a row for the girls.

Seamount League Meet info

The Seamount League meet is this Saturday, Oct. 18th, at Evergreen High School. Here is the schedule for the day:

8:45 be at Lindbergh
9:00 bus leaves
10:15 Coaches meeting/girls warm-up
11:00 Varsity girls race
11:30 Varsity boys race
12:00 Boys and Girls JV race
1:00 Awards
2:00 back at Lindbergh

Boys Finish Undefeated Again, Girls 6 – 1

The boys team handily beat Renton, Tyee, and Foster to finish off an undefeated dual meet season. The girls fell one point short against Renton to finish 6 – 1 on the season. Daniel paced the boys team, while Christine put up an impressive race to almost win the girls event individually.

In the JV meet runners were directed to make an incorrect turn, so the course ended up a bit short–closer to three miles than 5K. Thus the finish times needed to be converted by adding :30 to :45.

Both teams now must win the Seamount League Meet on Saturday to claim the league championship titles. The league title is determined by a combination of dual meet records and league meet placing. A tie between teams is broken by the winner of the league meet. Thus, if our girls team can beat Renton at the League meet then we will tie for overall season points, but we would win the tie breaker. Likewise our boys cannot allow Hazen to beat us at Leagues or they will beat us in the tie breaker.

Tons of PRs at Curtis Invitational

Beautiful weather and a fast course meant tons of PRs today at the Curtis Invite. This was definitely our best race of the season. It’s exciting to see our team continue to progress from week to week. Our boys varsity finished 9th place overall out of 44 teams participating, and the second 2A team (only Sequim, ranked #1 in the state, beat us). Our girls finished 12th overall out of 34, and we were the top 2A team. Individually, Daniel Langer finished 15th overall with a time of 16:11, moving him up to 15th on the Lindbergh All-Time list. Lauren Wick and Christine Villanueva led the girls. Christine’s time of 20:28 moved her up to 18th on the girls All-Time list. Lauren is already 6th on the list.

Now we need to keep working hard and continuing to improve over these next few weeks.

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