SPORTS: Sequim's Jayson Brocklesby wins state in high jump; softball games delayed
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Brocklesby, a senior, entered the state meet tied for first in the 2A classification with North Kitsap's Taylor Stephens. At state, Brocklesby out-jumped Stephens by one inch.
At the 1B state track and field meet at Eastern Washington University, Crescent's Josh Sowder placed third in the discus with a throw of 121 feet and 4 inches.
Taholah's Joseph Winn won the 1B discus title with a 141-10, and Brenden Mills of Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) placed finished second with a 127-11.
In Selah and Yakima, the start of the 2A and 1B state softball tournaments were pushed back due to rain.
Sequim and Port Angeles were scheduled to open the 2A tournament this morning in Selah, but will instead play at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. this afternoon.
Sequim faces Selah, while Port Angeles plays Granite Falls.
Meanwhile, in Yakima, Quilcene's 1B state tournament opener against Almira Coulee Hartline has been postponed until tomorrow.
Last modified: May 24. 2013 5:29PM