Six new indoor state records were set this year
Girls 60m: Hannah Cunliffe (homeschooled) 7.38 @ Brooks PR (2/24)
Girls 800m: Amy-Eloise Neale (Glacier Peak) 2:09.15 @ UW open (2/10)
Girls 3000m: Alexa Efraimson (Camas) 9:31.18 @ UW Invitational (1/25)
Girls 2 Mile: Alexa Efraimson (Camas) 10:15.82 @ Brooks PR (2/24)
Boys Triple Jump: Lane Russell (Tumwater) 49-01.00 @ Simplot (2/16)
Boys 60m: Tatum Taylor (O'Dea) 6.63 @ Brooks PR (2/24)
I believe there were some class records set this year as well, but I'll wait until I've finished including some more meets just to be sure.
Previous records were -
Girls 60m: 2011 Hannah Cunliffe (homeschooled) 7.47
Girls 800m: 2012 Amy-Eloise Neale (Glacier Peak) 2:09.29
Girls 3000m: ?? The fastest I could find was Chandler Olson (Woodinville) running 10:02.63 in 2011... three broke that mark this year, with Katie Knight also shattering it to hold the record for a couple weeks at 9:36.23.
Girls 2 Mile: 2012 Katie Knight (North Central) 10:28.50
Boys Triple Jump: 2005 Rashad Toussaint (West Valley-Spokane) 48-08.75
Boys 60m: 2012 Tatum Taylor (O'Dea) 6.71
Kennadi Bouyer (Curtis), for the second year in a row, improved her mark but still remained #2 on Washington's All-Time list. The previous record before these two came along was Princess Joy Griffey (Decatur) who ran 7.63 in 2005.
Isaiah Brandt-Sims (Wenatchee) also moves up to #2 All-Time in the 60m with his 6.64 @ Brooks. The #3 mark still belongs to Anthony Buchanan (University) @ 6.78 back in 2000.