RICHLAND BOMBER TRACK
History of Head Coaches
Bomber Track Trivia
State Placers - Document
Boys State Placers
Girls State Placers
Girls School Records
Girl School Record Holders
Girls Class Records
Girls All Time Top 10
Boys School Record
Boy Record Holders
Boys Class Records
Boys All Time Top 10
Brian Lehman Memorial MVP Award
Top 10 Throwing Events
Girls Shot Put
Boys Shot Put
Top 10 Jumping Events
Girls Long Jump
Girls Triple Jump
Girls High Jump
Girls Pole Vault
Boys Long Jump
Boys Triple Jump
Boys High Jump
Boys Pole Vault
Top 10 Sprinting Events
Girls 100 Meters
Girls 200 Meters
Girls 400 Meters
Boys 100 Meters
Boys 200 meters
Boys 400 Meters
Top 10 Relay Events
Girls Top 10 Relay Lists
Girls 4 X 100
Girls 4 X 200
Girls 4 X 400
Boys Top 10 Relay Lists
Boys 4 X 100 Relay
Boys 4 X 200m
Boys 4 X 400m
Top 10 Distance Events
Girls 800 Meters
Girls 1600 Meters
Girls 3200 Meters
Boys 800 Meters
Boys 1600 Meters
Boys 3200 meters
Top 10 Hurdle Events
Girls 100 M Hurdles
Girls 300m Low Hurdles
Boys 110 M Hurdles
Boys 300m Intermediate Hurdles
180 Yard Low Hurdles (No Longer Contested)
2020 - Covid Canceled Season
2021 - Covid Shortened Season
2022 Track Slide Show
USATF National Outdoor Championships - 2022 - Eugene, OR - 6/23 t0 6/26
World Athletics Championship
Richland X-Country 2022
RICHLAND BOMBER TRACK
bomber Track Trivia
Bob Imhoff Senior Prez & PVer "05" replaced the old sign (in the shed) with new and improved sign.
Spirit Rock - some spirited Trackletes painted the rock during the season. It matches our uniforms.
The old "Bomber Bowl" sign found a new home in the shed. This sign pre-dates HHS . It came down early 70's.
The Track program started to raise money in 1990 it took 15 years to build this shed. It's now "home" for the track teams.
This is a list of some of our donors that helped us build the "Track Shed"
The teams went to a track meet in Seattle. One of the parents arranged to have the track team recognized at the old "Kingdome"
Larry Coryell (62) set our school record 13-2 with a pole that didn't bend. He became a world famous jazz guitarist - Google him.
First Girls track team in 1976.
The "R" at the stadium was a class gift from the class of 1968.
Susan Pottmeyer drew this picture of the girls and boys team's undefeated season 8-0
We got the new hurdles in the year 2000.
Dave Berg a discus state placer was also ASB prez. He attended AF Academy flew F-16's in the Gulf War. He now teaches pilots to fly jets.
Scott Haney (69) All-American shot putter for the Naval Academy. Became a dentist and was white house dentist through the Clinton years.
Kayla Sax distance runner, valedictorian, ran at the Naval Academy, worked on subs, now is an astronaut, will be the 1st Bomber in space.
Fran "Pappy" Rish...Enough said. The stadium is named after this great educator. Fun fact Kevin and Ryan Moore his grandsons won 3 state discus titles.
Rob Elsensohn took over for Rish as AD. He also coached FB & Track for over 25 years.
Mike Edwards current AD has ushered athletics into the 21st century. He would like to host the state track championships at Rish.
in 1996 Nicole Winn, Dave Rockwood, and, and Amy Chiarimonte won the honor to carry the Olympic torch.
This is Dave Rockwood actually carrying the torch near Maple Valley. Dave became a teacher, coach, and is now a principal in Utah.
Shaniae Lakes school record holder in the TJ. Went to UW set their SR, was All-American, competed at the Olympic Trials.
Martha Sanford was an ASB Prez. ran track at EWU and is a nurse at the children's hospital in Cinncinati.
These 7 Bomber Trackletes competed in Nagano, Japan with others from Washington.
Marcia Cillan won the MVP 4 years in a row. Went on to win Miss TC, moved to New York and won Miss NY. She was a tough competitor.
Interesting picture at the Ram Relays in Yakima early March a frozen orchard across the street from the track.
This is the state XC team carrying off the award stand after winning 5 titles in a row. We still use this AW stand to this day. Pic taken in 1974.
Leon Rice (82) was a good 800m runner. He became an assistant BB coach at Gonzaga and is now head BB coach at Boise State.
cool pic-Ram Relays have one coed relay team 4x300. This is Suzie Strickler handing off to brother Eddie Strickler.
In 1993 the track teams were just getting ready to leave for state at Rish Stadium when this flew by.
Dan O'Brien Gold medalist and WR holder decathlete actually ran the hurdles and threw the javelin at Rish during a college meet the TC Sports Festival hosted.
1984 - school record on the track tream 3 sets of identical twins. Top Dingee's, DeVilleneuve's , Reisenauer's
Susan Dingee (84) being sworn in as a government ambassador.
2017-New school record 5 sets of twins on the track team.
Travis Lichfield was killed in a vehicle accident the summer of his jr. year. There is a XC memorial award dedicated in Travis' name.
Picture of the track in late Feb. the morning of our annual track cleanup
During track practice in 2012 a swarm of bees dropped in at practice. There were bees everywhere. A beekeeper came and claimed them.
A group of Washington track athletes as they competed in China. 2 Bombers Dyan Stahl and Mikki Bergman
A picture of Mikki Bergman getting into the blocks for 100m.
The Team from Washington in Nagano, Japan.
Coach Jack Long building a new shot put ring.
Shane Allen 1992-1995
Amy Taylor loved to hate running the 400m. So much so she wrote a poem.
Jay Cadwell was an ASB president.
Eric Turner was an ASB Prez, WA state leadership prez. and is now a chiropractor in the area.
Griffin Reichmuth was an ASB prez. studies engineering at UW.
Macey Weitz was an ASB prez, school record holder in the Discus and competed at EWU.
Annie Kump was an ASB prez. she studies at Pepperdine.
Dante Tyler was an ASB prez, also AS prez at EWU, competed at EWU and studies law at UW. Look for him in politics some day.
Track Romance (Scott & Jessica Forsyth) - that turned into a marriage with 6 children. Scott is the head track coach at Connell HS.
Coach Crigler arranged for the state team to eat at the Emerald Queen Casino.
Girls's Track lockers.