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Crook County qualifies 17 for state as Cowgirls finish a close third behind Molalla and Gladstone

The Crook County Cowboys took a lead Friday afternoon during the first day of the Tri-Valley Conference Track and Field Championships and never looked back as they rolled to the district championship.LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Adrien Fournier celebrates after winning the 200-meter dash at the Tri-Valley Conference championships, which were held Friday and Saturday in Prineville. Fournier, a foreign exchange student from France, is also going to state in the 100, 4x100 relay and 4x400 relay.

The Cowgirls were nearly as strong, finishing a close third behind Molalla and Gladstone at the meet, which was held Friday and Saturday in Prineville.

"I'm severely pleased with how our kids have done and just how they come through," Crook County head coach Ernie Brooks said. "Year in and year out, you know we don't care about those meets that are three months behind us, or two months behind us, or even one month, we push through and run the hill and do those things to get the times at district, and this year they came through in a big way."

The Cowboys finished with 215 points, far ahead of second-place Molalla with 130. Gladstone took third with 102 points. They were followed by Madras, 38, Corbett, 37, and Estacada, 22.

On the girls side, Molalla was first with 140 points. They were followed closely by Gladstone, 134, and Crook County, 121.

The remainder of the field was far behind as Corbett took fourth with 62 points, followed by Estacada, 60, and Madras, 4.

It was the first time that Crook County has been able to host a district meet in 21 years, and the team made the most of the opportunity, qualifying 17 athletes for the state meet.

"It was our first time defending the house in 21 years," Brooks said. "We had over 100 volunteers helping, and we just had so much help from our sponsors.

"Secure Storage was our title sponsor, and without them, we couldn't do what we did with our hospitality, and shirts and treating our volunteer helpers right. We had so many other sponsors who helped out, too. We want to host, we don't want to just show up and run the timing. We want to show our hospitality and do it the Cowboy way. Just doing it right."

The Cowboys won eight individual events, as well as the 4x400 relay, while the Cowgirls took two individual firsts at the meet.

However, it wasn't the first-place finishes that earned the district championship, it was the team depth, as nearly every Cowboy and Cowgirl entered contributed to the final team score as both the boys and girls teams placed at least one athlete in every event at the meet.

Victor Ramirez and Emmett Bailor were named co-track athletes of the meet and most valuable athlete of the meet, while Dominic Langley was named field event boy of the meet.

Ramirez took first in the 100 with a personal record time of 11.15, and the 400 with a time of 53.05. The junior also ran a leg on the Cowboy first-place 4x400 relay team as well as the second-place 4x400 team.

The performance by Ramirez was made even more outstanding as he was unable to run early in the year as he recovered from being stabbed in the thigh by a pair of scissors.

"It feels good," Ramirez said of qualifying for state in four events. "The hard work paid off. Getting injured was tough, but I went to the gym each day and worked out. At first, my times were slow, but they got faster, and I pr'd at each meet as I got better, faster and stronger. I just want to thank my coaches and teammates that helped me get through it."

Meanwhile, Bailor, a senior, took first in the 800 (2:01.66) and 300 hurdles (41.57), and also ran a leg on both relays.LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Kenna Woodward throws the discus 123-00 to finish second and qualify for the state championships.

"It's definitely encouraging for me to be able to keep it up even though I wasn't feeling too good today," Bailor said. "I hit my first lap of the 800 right like I wanted to, timewise, and then I pushed really hard through the third 200, and I was right on pace there too. I just kind of lost it on the last 200, but other than that, it was good."

Although Langley didn't win an individual event, he still played a prominent role in the Cowboys' victory. The sophomore finished second in both the long jump (20-04.50) and triple jump (40-08.50), and third in the high jump (5-08) as well as running a leg on the winning 4x400 relay team.

"It's pretty good for me as a sophomore," Langley said. "I just have to keep improving and keep working on my form. I'm very excited and very nervous. Going to state for the first time is a little nerve wracking. I'm just happy that I'm going to state and can have fun and compete."

Not to be outdone, French foreign exchange student Adrien Fournier won the 200 and finished second to Ramirez in the 100, as well as running on both state-qualifying relay teams.

"It feels pretty good because I have never done track before," Fournier said. "I'm varsity in all of my events, and I'm going to state. It's crazy. That's magic. There are no words."

Not only did Ramirez, Fournier, Langley and Bailor win the 4x400, they set the fastest Class 4A time in the state in the process as they won by more than 8 seconds with a time of 3:29.15.

Bailor, Fournier, Noah Carmack and Ramirez also ran a season-best time in the 4x100 relay as they finished just five 100s of a second behind first-place Molalla with a time of 43.99.

Carmack, a senior, also won an individual event as he took first in the triple jump with a personal record leap of 42-01.50, moving him up to fourth place in the state rankings.

"I definitely didn't expect to go that far," Carmack said. "I was hoping for a 41. It's great. I'm really excited because I never made it to state in an individual event before. I think it's just a better feeling, knowing that you did it on your own and didn't have the team carrying you through it. It's going to be fun."

Two more Cowboys also won individual events. Sophomore Noah Chaney upset older brother, Neil, as he won the pole vault. Both brothers cleared 14-00, but Noah had one fewer misses, making him the champion.

"It feels great," Noah said. "I didn't think I was going to be able to get over 13-08, and then I made it and got over 14 on my first attempt and blew my mind. The goal is to go as high as I can at state. I don't care if I place or not, as long as I go as high as I can go for the day, I will be happy."LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Dominic Langley makes a leap in the long jump. Langley finished second in the event with a jump of 20-04.50. Langley was also second in the triple jump, third in the high jump, and ran a leg on the Cowboys' winning 4x400-meter relay team.

Meanwhile, Neil, a senior, was also satisfied with his performance.

"Noah and I have been back and forth the whole season," he said. "I'm happy for him. He finally pr'd going 14 feet, which I know he wanted to hit this year, so it was just a good day of jumping. He just beat me by one miss, but my goal at state will be 14-06, or possibly 15-00. I'm still shooting for the school record."

The final Cowboy to win an individual event was Jason Slawter, who was ranked third in the conference entering the meet.

However, Slawter, a sophomore, improved by more than 3 feet as he won the event with a throw of 150-11.

"I'm very pleased," Slawter said. "That meant a whole bunch right there. I was really proud of what I did. At state, I'm just going to see how much farther I can throw against some even better competition."

The final Cowboy to qualify for state is junior Tyler Lawson, who finished second in both the 1,500 (4:29.23) and 3,000 (9:58.71).

Matthew Borowczak, of Molalla, won both events with times of 4:23.63 and 9:45.78.

Although the Cowgirls won just two individual events, they still qualified eight individuals for state.

Freshman Rylee Troutman started off the long string of state qualifiers as the freshman put up personal record marks Friday afternoon to take second in both the javelin (117-02) and high jump (5-01).

Corbett's Rhiley Fritz won the javelin with a state-best throw of 150-04.

Meanwhile, Anna Farner, of Molalla, won the high jump, clearing 5-01, the same as Troutman.

Troutman actually had one fewer miss than Farner, but Farner cleared 5-00 on her first attempt, while Troutman missed one attempt at the height, giving Farner the win.

"I'm absolutely amazed that I get to go to state as a freshman," Troutman said. "It feels so good. In the javelin, it didn't feel like I was throwing as hard as I could. It didn't hurt, it just felt really natural, and I went with it. Then in the high jump, once I got my speed coming around the corner and got up in the air, I just knew it was there. It felt amazing."

The lone Cowgirl winner on the track was freshman Alyson Thomas, who outsprinted Corbett's Sarah McMichael down the stretch to win the 800 meters with a personal best time of 2:32.97.

McMichael was second in 2:33.59, while Cowgirls Mckinzee Mode and Gracie Kasberger finished third and fourth, respectively, with times of 2:34.37, and 2:35.22.

All three Cowgirls ran side by side at the front of the pack for the entire first lap before McMichael picked up the pace on the backstretch. Thomas went with her and then won with a furious finish, while Mode and Kasberger dropped back before surging at the finish.

"It's pretty fun," Thomas said of the win. "I had a lot more confidence after leading it most of the way. It challenged me a lot when McMichael went past, and I saw that I still had a chance to be district champion. I pushed myself a lot harder. I didn't expect myself to do this, but it definitely feels good."

The other Cowgirl winner was sophomore Faith Wagner, who cleared a personal record height of 9-06 to win the pole vault.

"I'm stoked," Wagner said following the meet. "I heard my parents and all my teammates cheering and, so I ran to Coop (Crook County pole vault coach Shuan Cooper) and hugged him and he lifted me up, and we were both screaming. I'm so excited. It doesn't matter if I place or not, I'm just excited for the opportunity and experience to go to state."

Senior Kaeli Hancock makes a return trip to state in the 100. Hancock had the fastest time in the preliminary heats of both the 100 and 200. However, despite running a personal record time of 27.56, she came up just short in the 200 finals, finishing third behind Anna Farner, of Molalla, 26.98, and Jenna Kerslake, of Corbett, 27.35.

Farner edged Hancock again in the 100, with a time of 12.86 to Hancock's 13.06, but this time, Hancock easily finished second, qualifying for her fourth-consecutive state meet.

Kasberger, a sophomore, also qualified for state, finishing second in the 400 with a time of 62.92. Kerslake won the event with a time of 62.00.

In one of the most interesting events of the meet, Desirae DesRosiers, of Molalla, ran away with the 300 hurdles. However, Crook County athletes Emma Hehn and Mode were neck and neck for second place. Then Hehn, a sophomore, fell on the next to last hurdle as Mode qualified for state with a time of 51.97.

"Well, the 300 hurdles were fantastic and terrible," Hehn said. "It was my best race ever, and then I caught it on the next to last hurdle. I was in second place, and I was really excited to go to state, and then I tripped. I was devastated about not getting to go to state and cried for like 30 minutes."

Although Mode, also a sophomore, was happy that she qualified for state, she was also sad for Hehn.

"It's sad," Mode said. "I was so close in the 800, and then Emma and I were neck and neck, and then she fell. It was kind of disappointing because I didn't know if she would have beaten me, and I was thinking, 'Do I really deserve to go to state like this?'"

However, both Mode and Hehn would finish the meet on a high note as the duo, along with Troutman and Kasberger, finished second in the 4x400 relay.

"We had a talk over on the back side," Brooks said. "We told Emma, yeah, you came up short, but this is why you guys are going to run together to get Emma and Mckinzee to state."

The quartet took the talk to heart, overcoming an early deficit to Molalla to finish a close second behind Corbett.

Corbett finished the race with a time of 4:19.84, while Crook County ran a season-best time of 4:22.43 to finish nearly nine seconds ahead of third-place Molalla.

"I'm so happy," Hehn said. "Our whole team, we brought it all together, and we are going to state. It means so much. I'm feeling fine, no bones were broken and I think we can do really well at state. I don't know what place we'll get, but I know that this team is so fantastic that we are going to do great at state."

Mode was also pleased with how well the relay went.

"It's extremely satisfying," she said. "I'm so happy that we made it. It's like the highlight of the meet. When I look back on it, that's the only thing that I'm going to remember."

The final Cowgirl to punch her ticket to the state meet was freshman Kenna Woodward, who finished second in the discus with a heave of 123-00, more than 4 feet better than her previous best.

Molalla's Rachel Bring, who is ranked first in the state, won the event with a throw of 140-09.

"It feels really amazing," Woodward said of her first trip to state. "I'm really excited. This was a fun experience, and I'm hoping to pr again at state."

Perhaps the most disappointing event for the Cowgirls was the 4x100 relay, where the team of Esther Brewer, Hancock, Mode and Wagner finished just two 100s of a second behind second-place Gladstone.

Molalla ran away with the event, finishing with a time of 50.62. However, Hancock ran down the Gladstone anchor, as the two teams finished in what looked like a dead heat, with Gladstone finishing in 52.22 and the Cowgirls in 52.24.

Other Cowgirls to place in the meet included Paige Kump, eighth in the 100, Troutman, fourth in the 400, Trinity Templeton, sixth in the 3,000, and seventh in the 1,500, Hehn, sixth in the high hurdles, Jenae Mapes, sixth in the 300 hurdles and eighth in the high hurdles, Woodward, fourth in the shot put, and Alyssa Davis and Samantha Black, fourth and sixth respectively in the discus.

Davis was also eighth in the javelin, while Leahlynn Cates was fifth in the pole vault, Kasberger was fourth in the long jump, while Mapes was eighth and Wagner and Hehn both placed in the triple jump, finishing sixth and seventh respectively.

The Cowboys also had a solid group of placers who failed to qualify for state.

On the track, Shane Viewcas was third in both the 400 and 800, while Reilly Connolly was fourth in the 400. Roman Stenbeck came away with seventh in the 800, while Cade Catterson and Noah Chaney were fourth and fifth, respectively, in the 1,500. Chaney was also finished third in the 3,000.

Jonas Rice also came up just short of qualifying for the state meet, taking third in the 100 hurdles and the pole vault, while Carmack was seventh in the 300 hurdles.

The Cowboys placed three throwers in both the shot put and discus as Tyler Humeston was fourth in the shot, Cameron Kleffner fifth in the shot and Darrien Langley seventh in the event.

Langley then took third in the discus, while Kleffner was fourth and Humeston seventh.

Casey Wagner and Kleffner also placed in the javelin, taking seventh and eighth, respectively, while Tanner Gibb tied for seventh in the high jump, and Eliab Rice was fifth in the triple jump, while Theron Hale was fourth in the long jump and E.J. Allen finished fifth.

"It was just an amazing meet for us," Brooks said. "We had personal records across the board. We talked about the first day you pr to make the finals and the second day you pr to place and a lot of them pr'd in both the prelims and finals. We also talked about extending ourselves and reaching for it. We would rather have a kid reach for it and fall, then not reach at all and hang back. We want them to take that leap of faith, and they really did."

Brooks added that the team has come a long ways since he first became the head coach.

"That year we scored 13 points at the district meet — total," he said. "We had one girl in the finals in the 300 hurdles, so we had to wait all day until she got done before we left. So we bought some Hawaiian shirts and wore them just to add some excitement. Now, every Saturday of districts, we wore Hawaiian shirts to remember where we've been."

In addition to hosting the Tri-Valley Conference Championships, Crook County simultaneously hosted the Class 2A Columbia Basin Conference Championships.

Weston-McEwen won the boys title with 119 points, while Heppner was second with 99. Stanfield won the girls title with 89, while Culver was a close second with 84.

The OSAA state track and field championships run Thursday through Saturday, May 18-20 at Hayward field in Eugene.

The meet starts on Thursday with Class 1A, 2A, and 3A preliminaries. Those three classifications then run their finals Friday evening, while the Class 4A, 5A, and 6A compete on both Friday and Saturday.

Tri-Valley Conference Championships

Friday and Saturday, May 12-13

Boys team scores — Crook County 215, Molalla 130, Gladstone, 102. Madras, 38. Corbett, 37. Estacada, 22.

Girls team scores — Molalla, 140. Gladstone, 134. Crook County, 121. Corbett, 62. Estacada, 60. Madras, 4.

Boys individual results

100 — 1. Victor Ramirez, CC, 11.15. 2. Adrien Fournier, CC, 11.40. 3. Tanner Nauta, Mol, 11.44. 4. Gavin Thrower, Mol, 11.53. 5. Alfred Dorsey, G, 11.54. 6. Deltric Thornton, G, 11.55. 7. Cameron Knutson, G, 11.55. 8. Treyton Bierly, Mol, 11.65.

1. Adin Williams, G, 16.52

200 — 1. Adrien Fournier, CC, 23.27. 2. Gavin Thrower, Mol, 23.47. 3. Cameron Knutson, G, 23.62. 4. Treyton Bierly, Mol, 23.65. 5. Alex Moore, E, 23.72. 6. Cam Hegar, E, 23.87. 7. Dalton Waldow, Mad, 23.93. 8. Tanner Nauta, Mol, 23.97.

400 — 1. Victor Ramirez, CC, 53.05. 2. Dolan DeFrance, C, 53.70. 3. Shane Viescas, CC, 54.38. 4. Reilly Connolly, CC, 54.50. 5. Catalino LeClaire, Mad, 55.25. 6. J.T. Luiggi, G, 55.35. 7. Deegan Davis, C, 56.10. 8. Jehu Shaver, E, 58.69.

1. Adin Williams, G, 1:30.41.

800 — 1. Emmett Bailor, CC, 2:01.66. 2. Konnor Hathaway, G, 2:04.52. 3. Shane Viescas, CC, 2:08.84. 4. Nathan Backwell, E, 2:08.99. 5. Daniel Morris, Mol, 2:12.84. 6. Jett Knight, C, 2:14.51. 7. Roman Stenbeck, CC, 2:15.84.

1,500 — 1. Mathew Borowczak, Mol, 4:23.63. 2. Tyler Lawson, CC, 4:29.23. 3. Genesis Lucei, Mad, 4:32.33. 4. Cade Catterson, CC, 4:34.10. 5. Noah Chaney, CC, 4:37.76. 6. Daniel Morris, Mol, 4:38.69. 7. Thomas LaClaire, Mad, 4:49.84. 8. Derek Johnson, G, 4:51.30.

3,000 — 1. Matthew Borowczak, Mol, 9:45.78. 2. Tyler Lawson, CC, 9:58.71. 3. Miles Chaney, CC, 10:11.66. 4. Adam Griffith, E, 10:12.11. 5. Nathan Backwell, E, 10:14.18. 6. Genesis Lucei, Mad, 10:14.98. 7. Jett Knight, C, 10:18.61. 8. Jack Brown, G, 10:35.33.

110 hurdles — 1. Harrison Manu, Mad, 16.20. 2. David Sumpter, Mol, 16.55. 3. Jonas Rice, CC, 16.69. 4. Michael House, Mol, 17.29. 5. Nick Lucas, Mol, 17.34. 6. Osvaldo Rodriguez, G, 17.57. 7. Noah Carmack, CC, 17.89. 8. Benjamin Ellis, Mad, 18.11.

300 hurdles — 1. Emmett Bailor, CC, 41.57. 2. Michael House, Mol, 42.29. 3. Harrison Manu, Mad, 43.34. 4. Nick Lucas, Mol, 44.11. 5. David Sumpter, Mol, 44.23. 6. Carl Haffner, C, 44.24. 7. Noah Carmack, CC, 45.94. 8. Josh Rodriguez, Mad, 46.60.

4x100 — 1. Molalla, 43.94. 2. Emmett Bailor, Adrien Fournier, Noah Carmack, Victor Ramirez, Crook County, 43.99. 3. Gladstone, 44.05. 4. Estacada, 44.60. 5. Corbett, 45.45. 6. Madras, 45.99.

4x400 — 1. Victor Ramirez, Adrien Fournier, Dominic Langley, Emmett Bailor, Crook County, 3:29.15. 2. Gladstone, 3:37.56. 4. Corbett, 3:38.31. 4. Madras, 3:46.32. 5. Molalla, 3:46.35. 6. Estacada, 3:49.16.

Shot put — 1. Mont Child, Mol, 53-09.50. 2. Briggs Tatom, G, 47-00. 3. Berkely Olsen, Mol, 46-06. 4. Tyler Humeston, CC, 44-10. 5. Cameron Kleffner, CC, 44-03. 6. Cody Burbach, C, 40-07. 7. Darrien Langley, CC, 39-11. 8. Jack Foss, G, 36-09.

Discus — 1. Mont Child, MOl, 147-08. 2. Berkely Olsen, Mol, 134-03. 3. Darrien Langley, CC, 128-02. 4. Cameron Kleffner, CC, 126-05.50. 5. Briggs Tatom, G, 119-01.50. 6. Jack Foss, G, 119-00. 7. Tyler Humeston, CC, 115-11.50. 8. Erber Tello, C, 115-02.

Javelin — 1. Jason Slawter, CC, 150-11. 2. Briggs Tatom, G, 149-08. 3. Cody Burbach, C, 144-00. 4. Andrew Prom, G, 141-11. 5. Harrison Manu, Mad, 139-05. 6. David STamm, E, 139-03. 7. Casey Wagner, CC, 135-00. 8. Cameron Kleffner, CC, 131-02.

High jump — 1. Marcus Simpson, MOl, 6-00. 2. Dylan Farris, G, 6-00. 3. Dominic Langley, CC, 5-08. 4. Douglas Kirchhofer, E, 5-06. 5. Deegan Davis, C, 5-06. 6. Nick Lucas, Mol, 5-04. 7. Josiah Wachlin, G, 5-02. 7. Tanner Gibb, CC, 5-02.

Pole vault — 1. Noah Chaney, Cc, 14-00. 2. Neil Chaney, CC, 14-00. 3. Jonas Rice, CC, 11-00. 4. Mitchell Kuhn, G, 10-06. 5. Nathan Ward, G, 9-06.

Long jump — 1. Garrett Rogers, C, 21-02.50. 2. Dominic Langley, CC, 20-04.50. 3. Dalton Waldow, Mad, 19-11.50. 5. Theron Hale, CC, 19-09.75. 5. Deric Penn, G, 19-05.50. 6. E.J. Allen, CC, 19-03.00. 7. Treyvon Easterling, M, 18-11.25. 8. Omar Diaz, Mad, 17-11.50.

Triple jump — 1. Noah Carmack, CC, 42-01.50. 2. Dominic Langley, CC, 40-08.50. 3. Josiah Wachlin, G, 40-03.50. 4. Deric Penn, G, 39-00.50. 5. Eliab Rice, CC, 38-09.50. 6. Treyvon Easterling, Mad, 38-00.25. 7. Benjamin Ellis, Mad, 37-09.75. 8. Hunter Downing, C, 36-10.50.

Girls individual results

100 — 1. Anna Farner, MOl, 12.86. 2. Kaeli Hancock, CC, 13.06. 3. Hannah Henderson, MOl, 13.54. 4. Tiana Greene, G, 13.56. 5. Chloe Villanueva, G, 13.64. 6. Tara Conrad, C, 13.69. 7. Kiza Storer, G, 13.83. 8. Paige Kump, CC, 14.05.

200 — 1. Anna Farner, Mol, 26.98. 2. Jenna Kerslake, C, 27.35. 3. Kaeli Hancock, CC, 27.56. 4. Hannah Henderson, Mol, 27.86. 5. Danielle New, E, 28.26. 6. Cheyenne Kelly, E, 28.31. 7. Chloe Villanueva, G, 28.35. 8. Madalyn Davis, G, 29.36.

400 — 1. Jenna Kerslake, C, 62.00. 2. Gracie Kasberger, CC, 62.92. 3. Cheyenne Kelly, E, 64.69. 4. Rylee Troutman, CC, 66.38. 5. Aaliyah Asad, G, 67.28. 6. Kelsey Childress-Watson, Mol, 68.88. 7. Genae Vanek, G, 71.10.

800 — 1. Alyson Thomas, CC, 2:32.97. 2. Sarah McMichael, C, 2:33.59. 3. Mckinzee MOde, CC, 2:34.37. 4. Gracie Kasberger, CC, 2:35.22. 5. Allison Hoffman, Mol, 2:39.66. 6. Rosie Shaver, E, 2:40.89. 7. Denali Nelson, G, 2:41.14. 8. Avery Marshall, G, 2:41.41.

1,500 — 1. Amanda Bays, G, 5:24.38. 2. Hannah Hart, E, 5:26.43. 3. Cloe Storer, G, 5:38.35. 4. Cheyenne Abbett, E, 5:39.75. 5. Rylee Nordby, G, 5:49.00. 6. Loryn Young, E, 5:50.16. 7. Trinity Templeton, CC, 5:52.51.

3,000 — 1. Amanda Bays, G, 11:51.38. 2. Cheyenne Abbett, E, 12:14.00. 3. Hannah Hart, E, 12:35.81. 4. Rylee Nordby, G, 12:39.59. 5. Loryn Young, E, 12:50.37. 6. Trinity Templeton, CC, 13:33.91. 7. Aila Mickels, G, 13:45.09..

100 hurdles — 1. Desirae DesRosiers, Mol, 15.95. 2. Emma Andrews, Mol, 16.77. 3. Elana May, E, 17.37. 4. Cameron Cronini, G, 17.38. 5. Charlie HIll, G, 18.22. 6. Emma Hehn, CC, 18.33. 7. Katherine Fisher, G, 18.50. 8. Jenae Mapes, CC, 18.55.

300 hurdles — 1. Desirae DesRosiers, Mol, 47.53. 2. Mckinzee Mode, CC, 51.97. 3. Melanie Staffenson, C, 52.95. 4. Emma Andrews, Mol, 53.39. 5. Elana May, E, 54.07. 6. Jenae Mapes, CC, 54.55. 7. Charlie HIll, G, 55.04. Emma Hehn, CC, DQ.

4x100 — 1. Molalla, 50.62. 2. Gladstone, 52.22. 3. Esther Brewer, Mckinzee MOde, Faith Wagner, Kaeli Hancock, CC, 52.24. 4. Corbett, 52.86. 5. Estacada, 53.49.

4x400 — 1. Corbett, 4:19.84. 2. Rylee Troutman, Emma Hehn, Gracie Kasberger, Mckinzee Mode, CC, 4:22.43.

Molalla, 4:31.17. 4. Gladstone, 4:33.09.

Shot put — 1. Rachel Bring, MOl, 40-03. 2. Katie Sandberg, Mol, 36-08. 3. Jianna Dilsaver, G, 33-07.50. 4. Kenna Woodward, CC, 33-00.50. 5. Makaelyn Jennings, E, 31-06. 6. Meghan McGrath, Mol, 31-02. 7. Alexia King, C, 30-00.50. 8. Allyson Dominiak, Mad, 28-11.

Discus — 1. Rachel Bring, MOl, 140-09. 2. Kenna Woodward, CC, 123-00. 3. Jianna Dilsaver, G, 102-02. 4. Alyssa Davis, CC, 91-07. 5. Meghan McGrath, Mol, 89-02. 6. Samantha Black, CC, 88-07. 7. Allyson Dominiak, Mad, 85-10. 8. Natalie Kolbert, G, 84-10.

Javelin — 1. Rhiley Fritz, C, 150-04. 2. Rylee Troutman, CC, 117-02. 3. Katie Sandberg, Mol, 108-09.50. 4. Lizzy Wienert, Mad, 102-01. 5. Heidi Heuker, C, 101-09.50. 6. Alexia King, C, 95-11. 7. Emma Stamm, E, 87-09. 8. Alyssa Davis, CC, 87-06.

High jump — 1. Anna Farner, Mol, 5-01. 2. Rylee Troutman, CC, 5-01. 3. Jillian Sharp, G, 4-10. 4. Allyson Pope, G, 4-08. 5. Melanie Staffenson, C, 4-04.

Pole vault — 1. Faith Wagner, CC, 9-06. 2. Cameron Cronin, G, 7-06. 3. Abby Hill, G, 7-00. Charlie Hill, G, 7-00. 5. Leahlynn Cates, CC, 6-06.

Long jump — 1. Desirae DesRosiers, Mol, 16-=03.50. 2. Grace Campbell, G, 15-11. 3. Jillian Sharp, G, 15-11. 4. Gracie Kasberger, CC, 15-06.25. 5. Danielle New, E, 15-03.25. 6. Sophie Davies, E, 14-10. 7. Lexy Beyer, Mol, 14-02. 8. Jenae Mapes, CC, 13-08.

Triple jump — 1. Jillian Sharp, G, 33-00.75. 2. Chloe Villanueva, G, 32-02.25. 3. Sophie Davies, E, 30-04.50. 4. Cameron Cronin,G, 30-02. 5. Jessica Gilbert, Mol, 29-05.50. 6. Faith Wagner, CC, 28-09.25. 7. Emma Hehn, CC, 28-01.50. 8. Lexy Beyer, Mol, 27-02.50.

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