• Comets, Tornado split in SOH meet

  • The North Medford and Crater track and field teams settled on a split during their Southern Oregon Hybrid meet on Wednesday at Bowerman Field, with the Black Tornado boys and the Comet girls prevailing.
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  • The North Medford and Crater track and field teams settled on a split during their Southern Oregon Hybrid meet on Wednesday at Bowerman Field, with the Black Tornado boys and the Comet girls prevailing.
    North Medford senior Colton Cheney secured first-place efforts in the discus, javelin and triple jump for the Black Tornado, which topped Crater 83-60.
    Dan Wood won the 200-meter sprint and 110-meter hurdles for the Comets.
    On the girls side, Svea Bahre captured victories in the 200-meter race and pole vault for Crater, which edged North Medford 77-68. Rebecca Davidson won the shot put and discus for the Black Tornado.
    BOYS
    TEAM SCORES — North Medford 83, Crater 60.
    4X100-METER RELAY — 1, North Medford (Darren Cossette, Mario Saldana, Tim Beick, Luke Fotuallii), 45.02; 100 METERS — 1, Aaron Browne-Moore, NM, 11.20; 200 METERS — 1, Dan Wood, C, 22.95; 400 METERS — 1, Darren Cossette, NM, 53.31; 800 METERS — 1, Blake Spencer, NM, 2:02.00; 1,500 METERS — 1, Neil Seibert, C, 4:19.91; 3,000 METERS — 1, Piers Rasmussen, C, 9:26.00; 110-METER HURDLES — 1, Dan Wood, C, 16.00; 300-METER HURDLES — 1, Sam Schimke, C, 44.68; SHOT PUT — 1, Dillon Henke, NM, 46-9; DISCUS — 1, Colton Cheney, NM, 132-2; JAVELIN — 1, Colton Cheney, NM, 147-5; HIGH JUMP — 1, Anthony Neal, C, 5-8; LONG JUMP — 1, Rylan Pruett, C, 18-2; TRIPLE JUMP — 1, Colton Cheney, NM, 39-1.5; POLE VAULT — 1, Forrest Minahen, C, 11-0; 4X400-METER RELAY — 1, North Medford (Devyn Baldovino, Mario Saldana, Blake Spencer, Darren Cossette), 3:37.18.
    GIRLS
    TEAM SCORES — Crater 77, North Medford 68.
    4X100-METER RELAY — 1, Crater (Baily Ullom, Svea Bahre, Shelby Higinbotham, Paige Gerhard), 55.37; 100 METERS — 1, Amanda Murray, NM, 13.40; 200 METERS — 1, Svea Bahre, C, 27.75; 400 METERS — 1, Elle Bixler, NM, 1:08.09; 800 METERS — 1, Brenna Phelps, NM, 2:36.14; 1,500 METERS — 1, Gracie Tostenson, C, 5:15.90; 3,000 METERS — 1, Sarah Hastings, C, 11:27.81; 100-METER HURDLES — 1, Amber Black, NM, 15.65; 300-METER HURDLES — 1, Shelby Owen, C, 48.00; SHOT PUT — 1, Rebecca Davidson, NM, 31-3; DISCUS — 1, Rebecca Davidson, NM, 91-2; JAVELIN — 1, Alesha Major, NM, 94-5; HIGH JUMP — 1, Halley Folsom, NM, 5-0; LONG JUMP — 1, Paige Gerhard, C, 14-0.5; TRIPLE JUMP — 1, Arianna Bowen, C, 30-4; POLE VAULT — 1, Svea Bahre, C, 8-0; 4X400-METER RELAY — 1, Crater (Halie Walker, Shelby Higinbotham, Madison Layton, Paige Gerhard), 4:31.56.
    CRATER INVITE — South Medford ran away with the team title and defending Class 4A/3A/2A/1A state champion Monica Vaughn of Reedsport earned medalist honors in the second annual Crater Pre-Spring Break Invitational at Centennial Golf Club.
    Christina Phelps and Tessa Spivey both shot sub-100 rounds to lift the Panthers to victory, while Vaughn cruised to a 15-stroke victory over runner-up Phelps (85).
    Crater was led by Fallon Wallace's 100 and Ashland by Sophia Sommer's 119.
    TEAM SCORES — South Medford 406, Grants Pass 434, Crater 449, Ashland 504, Reedsport inc.
    SOUTH MEDFORD (406) — Christina Phelps 43-42—85, Tessa Spivey 47-47—94, Hannah Fretz 56-55—111, Courtney Littrell 61-56—117.
    GRANTS PASS (434) — Cori DeForest 54-49—103, Sara Heisser 49-49—98, Alyssa Heisser 58-58—108, Emily Henderson 70-55—125.
    CRATER (449) — Fallon Wallace 48-52—100, Breanna Souza 54-52—106, Mackenzie Guthrie 56-61—107, McKayla Meunier 63-73—136.
    ASHLAND (504) — Sophia Sommer 62-57—119, Walker 54-65—119, Jenna Schweizer 68-55—123, Jordan Schweizer 70-73—143.
    REEDSPORT — Monica Vaughn 37-33—70, Madi Richardson 63-47—100, Sierra Shirtcliff 67-65—132.
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