• Crusaders' Provost-Shean shines in 3A regional meet

  • GLIDE — St. Mary's senior Alexi Provost-Shean posted a pair of individual victories during the first of the two-day Class 3A District 1 track and field regional championships Friday at Glide High School.

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  • GLIDE — St. Mary's senior Alexi Provost-Shean posted a pair of individual victories during the first of the two-day Class 3A District 1 track and field regional championships Friday at Glide High School.
    The meet concludes today at Glide.
    Provost-Shean defended her high jump title from a year ago and added a first in the long jump by equaling a season-best mark.
    Shean went 5-feet-0 in the high jump and won the long jump at 15-7.
    The Cascade Christian and St. Mary's girls won all five finals contested on the opening day. The Challengers lead the eight-school field with 54 points and defending champion St. Mary's is in second (43).
    "We're looking to repeat," said St. Mary's coach Joe Volk. "We're going to duel it out with Cascade for the girls team title."
    Cascade Christian picked up wins from sophomore Stephanie Croy in the 3,000-meters (11:17.58), junior Michelle Kinney in the discus (108-8) and junior Jo-Anne Jessee in the javelin (111-11).
    In boys, Rogue River jumped out to the early lead with 311/2 points. Cascade Christian is in third (26.5) and last year's champion St. Mary's is fourth (24).
    The Chieftains were helped with a second and third in the 3,000 by seniors Terryn Downhill and Mat Blanco, respectively. Seth Gretz was second in the pole vault and Matt McViegh placed third in the shot put.
    St. Mary's registered a victory by Austin Ingelman in the pole vault with a leap of 12-3.
    Cascade Christian's top performance was a second-place turned in by Levi Girardot in the long jump.
    "Cascade boys should be the favorite," said Volk. "We're going to have to step it up to get them."
    BOYS
    TEAM SCORES — Rogue River 311/2, Lakeview 28, Cascade Christian 261/2, St. Mary's 24, Myrtle Point 17, Coquille 14, Bandon 9, Glide 5, Illinois Valley 1.
    3,000 — 1, Josh Carpenter, MP, 9:40.02; 2, Terryn Downhill, RR, 9:46.05; 3, Mat Blanco, RR, 9:57.43; 4, Alex Cummings, CC, 10:15.74; 5, Chris Martin, SM, 10:26.46; 6, David Caddock, Gli, 10:36.56.
    SHOT PUT — 1, Wilson Hodge, Coq, 46-01/2; 2, Lane Roseberry, Lak, 45-113/4; 3, Matt McViegh, RR, 42-8; 4, Daniel Grissom, CC, 41-21/4; 5, Brandon Bowen, Coq, 41-11/2; 6, Dustin Polan, CC, 39-0.
    POLE VAULT — 1, Austin Ingelman, SM, 12-3; 2, Stan Gretz, RR, 10-6; 3, Pierce Schreder, Lak, 10-0; 4, Calvin Roberts, SM, 9-00; 5, Nick Harlan, Lak, 8-6; 6, (tie) Brandon Kynsi, RR, and Steve Mein, CC, 8-0.
    LONG JUMP — 1, Bryce Davis, Lak, 20-91/2; 2, Levi Girardot, CC, 20-4; 3, Brad Larsen, MP, 19-8; 4, Charlie Yarbor, Ban, 19-6; 5, Jarrid Lathan, Ban, 18-8; 6, Glenn Alvarez, SM, 18-71/2.
    GIRLS
    3,000 — 1, Stephanie Croy, CC, 11.17.85; 2, Caroline Brown, Gli, 11:54.66; 3, Brooklyn Gillespie, SM, 12:22.82; 4, Taylor Williams, CC, 12:37.28; 5, Rachel Hawkins, Gli, 12:48.34; 6, Maddy Schwartz, SM, 13:26.35.
    DISCUS — 1, Michelle Kinney, CC, 108-8; 2, Liz Pentland, SM, 107-2; 3, Miranda Conley, Lak, 97-1; 4, Kady Valentine, Ban, 93-10; 5, Caley Trimble, Gli, 93-8; 6, Skye Downhill, RR, 86-7.
    JAVELIN — 1, Jo-Anne Jessee, CC, 111-11; 2, Amanda Sturgill, MP, 103-1; 3, Trudy Burns, CC, 99-10; 4, Cheyenne Auchard, CC, 96-0; 5, Miranda Conley, Lak, 95-9; 6, Liz Pentland, SM, 94-8.
    HIGH JUMP — 1, Alexi Provost-Shean, SM, 5-0; 2, Alli Ehrhardt, RR, 4-10; 3, Theresa Frederick, IV, 4-10; 4, Cheryl Mack, Ban, 4-6; 5, Taylor Watts, Lak, 4-4; 6, Hannah Graunke, SM, 4-4.
    LONG JUMP — 1, Alexi Provost-Shean, SM, 15-7; 2, Madison Gladding, Gli, 15-2; 3, Delany Hall, Lak, 14-101/2; 4, Mackenzie Kelton, CC, 14-51/2; 5, (tie) Caitlyn Robison, MP, and Kayley Leslie, MP, 14-5.
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