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Isaiah Brandt-Sims 4A state track record holder in career points

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Isaiah Brant-Sims
Another special honor for Isaiah Brant-Sims.  The Wenatchee sprinter will be on the cover of the 34th edition of the Washington State High School Track and Field Annual.  Brandt-Sims is being honored as the Boy Track and Field Athlete of the Year for 2013-14.  The book should be out around the end of November according to John Sells, the publisher.

AND Isaiah is now the 4A state record holder for most career points scored in state meets.  Between a record breaking eight first places in the sprints, four each in the 100 and 200, and six additional medals won in relay races, the very recent Panther grad has 87 points in his four-year career.  The previous best 4A total was 79, scored from 1980-82 by Darrell Robinson of Wilson High School in Tacoma.

The track and field annual was started in 1981 by Scott Spruill of Yakima and recently has been handled by Sells who had this to say about Isaiah being named athlete of the year, “Well earned for one who swept the sprints for four straight years, and who, to me, represented the very best, on and off the field, in high school track.”

Points earned by Brandt-Sims in four state championship meets.  (Relay points are one-fourth of the team total.)
100 1st 10.00  
200 1st 10.00  
4X400 3rd 1.50  
100 1st 10.00   
200 1st 10.00   
4X100 7th 0.50   
4X400 5th 1.00   
100 1st 10.00   
200 1st 10.00   
4X100 4th 1.25   
4X400 3rd 1.50   
100 1st 10.00   
200 1st 10.00   
4X100 4th 1.25   

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