• STATE TRACK AND FIELD RESULTS

  • Class 6A

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  • Class 6A
    BOYS
    TEAM SCORES — Jesuit 26, Grants Pass 18, Oregon City 16.5, Southridge 14, Clackamas 13.5, David Douglas 13, Central Catholic 11, Gresham 11, Lakeridge 10, Grant 10, Beaverton 10, South Salem 6, Roseburg 6, Sheldon 5, North Medford 5, West Salem 4, South Eugene, McNary 4, Reynolds 3, Westview 2, Thurston 2, South Medford 1.
    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
    (Top 3 and local placers)
    3,000 — 1. Julian Heninger, Lakeridge, 8:36.38; 2. Kyle Thompson, Central Catholic, 8:37.25; 3. Dan Oekerman, Beaverton, 8:39.62; 7. Ray Schireman, North Medford, 8:47.87.
    POLE VAULT — 1. Connor McLean, Clackamas, 15-0; 2. Adam Garske, Southridge, 14-09; 3. Jason Bergold, Roseburg, 14-06; 6. L.T. Hoak, North Medford, 13-0.
    LONG JUMP — 1. Harrison Schrage, Grant, 23-04.5; 2. Dylan Strempel, Grants Pass, 22-07.75; 3. Joshua Benton, South Salem, 22-06.75; 9. Lake Sain-Thomason, Grants Pass, 20-10.75.
    SHOT PUT — 1. Beau Brosseau, Oregon City, 55-04; 2. Samson Ebukam, David Douglas, 55-02.5; 3. Brian Salgado, Gresham, 53-05.75; 9. Derik Turituri, Crater, 49-02.75.
    DISCUS — 1. Drake Brennan, Grants Pass, 153-05; 2. Henry Mondeaux, Jesuit, 148-08; 3. Beau Brosseau, Oregon City, 147-0; 8. Makai Manuwai, South Medford, 138-11.
    GIRLS
    TEAM SCORES — South Eugene 15.5, Gresham 13, Tigard 12, Tualatin 10, McKay 10, Jesuit 9, St. Mary's Academy 9, Lakeridge 8.5, Barlow 8, Roseburg 8, Grant 8, Sheldon 7, Sunset 6.5, Lake Oswego 6, Southridge 5, Grants Pass 5, McNary 4.5, Canby 4, South Salem 3, North Medford 2, Crater 1, Centennial 1.
    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
    (Top 3 and local placers)
    3,000 — 1. Erin Clark, South Eugene, 9:32.08; 2. Ella Donaghu, Grant, 9:37.22; 3. Maggie Schmaedick, Sheldon, 9:44.7; 8. Gracie Tostenson, Crater, 10:17.27.
    POLE VAULT — 1. Laura Taylor, Tualatin, 11-09; 2. Liz Prouty, Tigard, 11-06; 3. Marissa Taylor, Lake Oswego, 10-03.
    LONG JUMP — 1. Susannah Philbrick, McKay, 18-02.5; 2. Danelle Woodcock, Barlow, 18-00.25; 3. Saskia McNairy, Lakeridge, 17-09.5; 7. Emily Carlson, North Medford, 17-03.
    JAVELIN — 1. Haley Crouser, Gresham, 162-0; 2. Gabrielle Kearney, Roseburg, 141-05; 3. JoJo Ananouko, Jesuit, 131-06; 4. Kristina Clark, Grants Pass, 130-06.
    Class 5A
    BOYS
    TEAM SCORES — Hermiston 23, Summit 18, Marist 13, The Dalles Wahtonka 11, Willamette 10, Hood River Valley 10, Wilsonville 9, Milwaukie 8, Mountain View 8, Springfield 8, Wilson 7, Churchill 6, Redmond 6, St. Helens 5, Sherwood 5, Silverton 3, Cleveland 2, Lebanon 2, South Albany 1, Benson 1.
    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
    (Top 3 and local placers)
    3,000 — 1. Matthew Maton, Summit, 8:28.62; 2. Eric Alldritt, Summit, 8:35.78; 3. Ty James, Wilsonville, 8:37.83.
    LONG JUMP — 1. Liam Henshaw, Marist, 23-01; 2. Mitch Modin, Mountain View, 22-04; 3. Spenser Schmidt, Churchill, 22-02.5.
    SHOT PUT — 1. Mitch Wilkens, Willamette, 52-10.75; 2. Lio Tunai, The Dalles Wahtonka, 50-11.25; 3. David Barnett, Hermiston, 49-09.5.
    DISCUS — 1. Sebastian Barajas, Hood River Valley, 156-09; 2. Jerod Munsterman, Hermiston, 151-05; 3. Gabe Giacci, Redmond, 148-01.
    GIRLS
    TEAM SCORES — Summit 23.5, West Albany 18, Hermiston 17, Marshfield 16, Lebanon 14, Franklin 9, Dallas 8, Liberty 7, Pendleton 7, Ashland 6, Benson 6, Silverton 5, Cleveland 5, Eagle Point 3, Wilsonville 3, Willamette 2.5, St. Helens 2, Milwaukie 2, Bend 1, Sherwood 1.
    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
    (Top 3 and local placers)
    3,000 — 1. Hannah Gindlesperger, Summit, 10:09.79; 2. MaryKate McGuire, Dallas, 10:16.32; 3. Shaylen Crook, Marshfield, 10:22.63; 8. Leah Wessler, Ashland, 10:45.55.
    HIGH JUMP — 1. Rachel Proteau, West Albany, 6-01; 2. Danielle Taylor, Summit, 5-04; 2. Mckenzie Byrd, Hermiston, 5-04.
    LONG JUMP — 1. Lauren McGowne, Marshfield, 17-09.25; 2. Rachel Proteau, West Albany, 17-06; 3. Jasmin McKenzie, Benson, 16-11.25; 6. Hannah Morris, Eagle Point, 16-09.5.
    JAVELIN — 1. Mckenzie Byrd, Hermiston, 134-06; 2. Amanda Short, Lebanon, 129-07; 3. Alexis Hassenger, Lebanon, 124-07; 4. Kelsey McKelvey, Ashland, 122-08.
    Class 4A
    BOYS
    TEAM SCORES — Siuslaw 29, Seaside 18, La Pine 18, Estacada 15, Molalla 14, North Valley 11, Gladstone 8, Baker 8, South Umpqua 8, Cascade 7, Banks 6.5, La Grande 6, Ontario 6, Sweet Home 6, Crook County 5, Hidden Valley 5, Douglas 5, Astoria 4, Klamath Union 4, Philomath 3, Scappoose 3, North Bend 2.5, La Salle Prep 2, Tillamook 1.
    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
    (Top 3 and local placers)
    3,000 — 1. Brett Willyard, Seaside, 8:39.67; 2. Mack Marbas, Siuslaw, 8:45.67; 3. Mitchell Butler, Siuslaw, 8:46.65; 6. Jonathan Cornish, North Valley, 8:51.25; 7. David Cornish, North Valley, 8:52.69.
    POLE VAULT — 1. Justin Petz, La Pine, 14-0; 2. Andrew Conway, Gladstone, 13-09; 3. Cullen Hancock, La Grande, 13-06; 10. Matt Bishir, North Valley, 12-06.
    LONG JUMP — 1. Billy Jones, Siuslaw, 22-09.25; 2. Jeremy Desrosiers, La Pine, 21-11; 3. Joe Delgado, Ontario, 21-10; 4. Mike'L Andreasen, Hidden Valley, 21-05.25.
    SHOT PUT — 1. Zachery Farner, Molalla, 51-07.25; 2. Trevor Duffy, South Umpqua, 49-10.5; 3. Cody Toller, North Valley, 49-01.75; 13. Anthony Jarvis, Hidden Valley, 42-0.25.
    DISCUS — 1. Justin Rich, Estacada, 164-02; 2. Lucas Clark, Seaside, 161-03; 3. Dallin Shurts, Banks, 157-06; 9. Anthony Jarvis, Hidden Valley, 140-06; 10. Cody Toller, North Valley, 130-04.
    GIRLS
    TEAM SCORES — Elmira 15, Gladstone 15, Siuslaw 14, Newport 11, Molalla 11, Hidden Valley 10.75, Crook County 10, Ridgeview 10, Banks 9, Estacada 9, Sutherlin 8, Cottage Grove 7, Phoenix 6, Sisters 6, Seaside 4, Astoria 3, Mazama 2, Ontario 2, Central 1, Douglas 0.75, Henley 0.75, North Bend 0.75.
    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
    (Top 3 and local placers)
    3,000 — 1. Sierra Brown, Hidden Valley, 10:07.89; 2. Katy Potter, Siuslaw, 10:09.22; 3. Nevina Deluca, Phoenix, 10:22.76.
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