* Sehome's Jake Andrews (left) and Zack Munson scored 70 of the team's 73 points to score a Class 2A team title
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Two is better than one.
In the case of Jake Andrews and Zack Munson, elite high school teammates at Sehome High School in Washington, the pair combined for 70 of their team's 73 points to clinch a Washington Class 2A state title this weekend at Mount Tahoma High School, winning the 100m, 200m, 400m, 4x100, 800m, 1,600m and 3,200m.
That's seven wins in seven races -- plus a sixth-place finish out of Skyler Gillham -- which gave Sehome its sixth team title in school history, following its most recent in 2022, when the Mariners bombed through the rest of the Class 2A division with 88 points.
Andrews had himself a day, netting two state records in the 200m and 400m, including a time of 46.89 in the latter that surpassed the former record that had held since 2013.
His state tally, combined with the two championships he accumulated in 2022 in the 200m and 400m, rounded up to five over his last two seasons.
The University of Southern California signee posted wind-legal wins in the 100m (10.56), 200m (21.21), the 400m and another in the 4x100 which saw him make up a ridiculous deficit in the final straightaway. He scored 30 points himself and contributed another 10 on the relay.
Munson, meanwhile, defended his 3,200m title from last year, scoring a time of 9:07.38, but he also added wins in the 800m (1:54.59) and 1,600m (4:13.64), combining to score 30 points overall.
The Northern Arizona recruit finished his career with five state championships across three seasons.
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