Top sprinters in Washington high school boys track and field

They won’t get to run this season, but that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve recognition. The sprinters listed below recorded the best times in the state of Washington last season in the 100, 200 and 400 meters, and came into 2020 poised to break records.

TOP BOYS SPRINTERS IN WASHINGTON

100 METERS

Deven Brown, Lindbergh, sr. 10.45

(Photo by Patrick Hagerty / For The Spokesman-Review)

Anthony Frazier, Garfield (transferred from Federal Way), sr. 10.74

Darren Salazar, Sequim, sr. 10.82

Adam Johnson, Olympic, sr. 10.82

Daniel Gaik, Kentwood, sr. 10.84

200 METERS

Deven Brown, Lindbergh, sr. 21.73

Owen Coutts, Ballard, sr. 21.96

Ethan Willems, Glacier Peak, sr. 22.00

Daniel Gaik, Kentwood, sr. 22.10

Christopher Santana-Suarez, Decatur, sr. 22.12

400 METERS

Ethan Willems, Glacier Peak, sr. 47.84

(Photo by Don Borin)

Daniel Gaik, Kentwood, sr. 49.03

Mason Gross, Camas, sr. 49.05

Will Anderson, Olympia, sr. 49.12

Cody Vollan, Elma, sr. 49.59

Chinedu Acholonu, Edmonds-Woodway, sr. 49.59

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