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Ernie Goshorn

Ernie Goshorn

Ernie GoshornTrack & Field and Cross Country Coach Ernie Goshorn started coaching and teaching at Terrace Middle school in 1966. He coached only track then since cross country wasn’t offered in the middle school. When Lynnwood High School opened in 1970, Ernie...

Duane Lewis

Duane Lewis

Duane LewisTrack & Field Coach Duane coached track and field in Edmonds School District for 51 years (46 years at Lynnwood High) retiring in 2017. At Lynnwood, his boys teams won 9 Wesco titles, 8 District titles, and 1 State championship (1994). His girls teams...

Jarred Rome

Jarred Rome

Jarred RomeTrack & Field Jarred is a 1995 Marysville-Pilchuck graduate. He participated in football, basketball, and track and field and began throwing the discus as a junior. As a senior he began focusing more on throwing the discus. After Marysville Pilchuck, he...

Charles “Tuck” Gionet

Charles “Tuck” Gionet

Charles “Tuck” GionetTrack & Field Coach Charles “Tuck” Gionet was a common-sense guy who served as a teacher and coach at Snohomish High School for 33 years. He was the Panthers head track and field coach from 1988 to 2015. In 2015 at the age of 55 Tuck passed...

Karen Church

Karen Church

Karen ChurchTrack & Field Karen, a 1985 Stanwood High graduate, was the 400m state champion in 1984 and 1985 and in ’85 she won state in the 200m. While at Stanwood, she also won six 2nd place titles in the 100m, 200m, and relay races. She still holds Stanwood’s...

Vicki Borsheim-Beskind

Vicki Borsheim-Beskind

Vicki Borsheim-BeskindTrack & Field A 1984 Cascade High graduate, Vicki earned 3 varsity letters in volleyball, 4 in gymnastics, and 4 in track and field. As a senior, she won the league, district, and state high jump titles. Her state meet jump of 5’ 8” is still...

Sherron Walker

Sherron Walker

Sherron WalkerTrack & Field Sherron is the only Snohomish County woman track and field Olympian. She represented the U.S. in the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal as a long jumper. She came within 1½ inches of making the finals. She was on course to qualify for the...

Tony Volpentest

Tony Volpentest

Tony VolpentestTrack & Field Tony is truly an inspiration to others. He was born without hands or feet, but this has not hindered his ability to achieve. His message is: “If you can dream it, you can achieve it.” He dreamt of walking, running and being the fastest...

Vicki Foltz

Vicki Foltz

Vicki FoltzTrack & Field A native of Yugoslavia, Vicki Foltz immigrated to the United States at age nineteen without any athletic background. She met her husband Don while swimming at a St. Louis YMCA. A decent collegiate runner himself, Don recognized that Vicki had...

Lee Orr

Lee Orr

Lee OrrTrack & Field A native of Saskatchewan, Canada, three-year-old Lee Orr moved with his family to Monroe in 1920. His father ran a watchmaking business and his grandfather owned a carpentry business. In 1935 he won two state track titles – the record for the...