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Kacalek sets second school record in the 3,000 meters, Ard sweeps javelin event

PMG PHOTO: TANNER RUSS - Canby heptathlete Ally Odell launches herself in the long jump. With a pair of events in the past week, Canby's track and field athletes got to try a few different events in addition to the classics. On Wednesday, April 24 the Cougars hosted the Lake Oswego Lakers and Lakeridge Pacers in a Three Rivers League (TRL) meet.

Canby had to make adjustments to the varsity slots due to a variety of injuries to the top performers. The usual wear-and-tear that accompanies athletic endeavors as well as…dog bites?

"(Freshman) Joey Baguio is not competing today because of a sore calf," Canby coach Tom Millbrooke said. "(Sophomore) Ellie Shorter is not competing today because of a sprained ankle from soccer, and (sophomore) Kyle Sandner is not competing because he got bit by a dog on Sunday. A little bit of everything."

At that league meet, senior Lincoln Bangs recorded a personal best time in the 3,000-meter race of 9 minutes, 58.3 seconds (9:58.30) which netted him first place. That wasn't the only event Bangs participated in, as he took second place with teammates Riley Pittman, and juniors Austin Troxler and Matthew Powell.

The throwers were also incredibly productive for the Cougars boys' team. Senior Bryce Ard captured gold in two events, the shot put and his specialty, the javelin. The top mark against Lake Oswego and Lakeridge was 180 feet on the day. That mark was upped at the Elden Kellar Invitational in Hillsboro on Friday, April 26, when Ard threw for 183 feet, 9 inches (183'9"), a personal best.

"Especially in the javelin, Bryce Ard is probably our strongest," Millbrooke said. "But Bryce is also picking up both the shot and discus as a senior. Just learning them, he's doing pretty well. (Senior) Stephen Rue is doing fine, and so is Emmett Estersohn. All of those seniors, with a transition in throwing coaches, it's a change in philosophy, but they're adjusting and getting better. We're making progress."

Rue took first place in the discus against the Lakers and Pacers with a throw of 116'4".

For the girls' team, junior Izabela Kacalek had quite the week. In TRL competition, Kacalek took first place in the 3,000 meters with a time of 10:25.8, establishing a new school record in the process. That marks the second school record Kacalek holds; the distance running wunderkind set the 1,500 record last year as a sophomore with a time of 4:41.70.

Kacalek nearly added a third record to her résumé, running a 2:19.53 in the 800 meters. That mark puts her second only to McKayla Fricker's 2010 record.

Kacalek and her 4x400-meter relay teammates Kathryn Frentress, Jennifer Torres, and Kahleia Rose, took first place at the Elden Kellar with a time of 4:11.04.

And after resting her calf on Wednesday, Joeylynn Baguio had quite the showing on Friday at the Invitational, taking first place in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.92 seconds.

Full varsity results from the Lake Oswego and Lakeridge meet, as well as Canby results from the Elden Kellar Invitational, are below:

PMG PHOTO: TANNER RUSS - Canby sprinter Tucker Goode leads off the 4x100-meter relay.

LAKE OSWEGO, LAKERIDGE @ CANBY

BOYS

100 Meters

T3. Riley Knutson – 11.30 (PR)

9. Jonathan Torres – 11.90

11. Tucker Goode – 12.19 (PR)

12. Austin Troxler – 12.26 (PR)

200 Meters

3. Riley Knutson – 23.48 (PR)

10. Jonathan Torres – 24.94

11. Matthew Powell – 24.98

400 Meters

4. Austin Troxler – 56.11 (PR)

8. Owen Breihof – 58.11 (PR)

800 Meters

2. Matthew Powell – 2:02.10

3. Riley Pittman – 2:04.60

4. Cole Thomas – 2:06.30

1,500 Meters

5. Riley Pittman – 4:24.70 (PR)

6. Joel Ibarra – 4:37.90 (PR)

8. Caleb Chupp – 4:39.50 (PR)

3,000 Meters

1. Lincoln Bangs – 9:58.30 (PR)

5. Isaiah Kimmel – 10:40.50 (PR)

300-Meter Hurdles

8. Ty Ewers – 52.00 (PR)

NP. Michael Jaszewski – 51.60 (PR)

NP. Maddax Clark – 51.70

4x100-Meter Relay

2. Goode, Troxler, Hedrick, Botz – 47.90

4x400-Meter Relay

2. Pittman, Bangs, Troxler, Powell – 3:38.90

Shot Put

1. Bryce Ard – 45'0.5" (PR)

2. Thomas Mitchell – 40'4"

3. Stephen Rue – 38'11.5"

Discus

1. Stephen Rue – 116'4"

4. Thomas Mitchell – 98'8" (PR)

6. Emmett Estersohn – 94'1"

Javelin

1. Bryce Ard – 180' (PR)

3. Andrew peters – 137'8"

7. Jonah Mayfield – 95'2"

High Jump

2. Riley Knutson – 6'

T7. Maddax Clark – 5'2"

T7. Michael Jaszewski – 5'2"

Pole Vault

3. Jason McKeon – 10'6" (PR)

Long Jump

4. Riley Knutson – 17' (PR)

5. Michael Jaszewski – 16'8.5" (PR)

Triple Jump

1. Maddax Clark – 35'6.5" (PR)

GIRLS

100 Meters

2. Kathryn Frentress – 13.16 (PR)

7. Mallory Scott – 13.56 (PR)

200 Meters

3. Kathryn Frentress – 26.94 (PR)

4. Avery Kavanaugh – 26.95 (PR)

8. Mallory Scott – 28.16 (PR)

9. Ally Odell – 28.33 (PR)

400 Meters

2. Avery Kavanaugh – 1:01.97 (PR)

5. Allson Kuhnke – 1:05.21

6. Kahleia Rose – 1:06.10

800 Meters

8. Lauryn Crum – 2:47.20

9. Kendall Thomas – 2:49.10 (PR)

10. Rosemary Hosie – 2:52.40

1,500 Meters

5. Emma Ulven – 5:41.70

7. Alyssa Showalter – 5:55.10

8. Grace Landaker – 5:57.20 (PR)

3,000 Meters

1. Izabela Kacalek – 10:25.80 (PR)

2. Jennifer Torres – 11:24.40 (PR)

300-Meter Hurdles

4. Kahleia Rose – 52.86

4x100-Meter Relay

3. Scott, Frentress, Kuhnke, Kavanaugh – 51.88

4x400-Meter Relay

2. Kuhnke, Kavanaugh, Torres, Kacelek – 4:27.90

Shot Put

2. Ally Odell – 34'1"

3. Katie Mull – 29'4"

5. Kayla Ard – 27'11.5" (PR)

Discus

3. Katie Mull – 77'7"

6. Samantha Vandecoevering – 66'8" (PR)

7. Sarah Link – 64'2" (PR)

Javelin

1. Katie Mull – 101'11"

8. Imani Robinson – 40'6"

Pole Vault

1. Catalina Slangan – 7'6"

Long Jump

5. Ally Odell – 14'6"

7. Claire Hanthorn – 13' (PR)

Triple Jump

5. Catalina Slangan – 29'4.5" (PR)

ELDEN KELLAR INVITATIONAL

BOYS

100 Meters

3. Riley Knutson – 11.87

13. Jonathan Torres – 12.34

200 Meters

6. Riley Knutson – 23.98

12. Tucker Goode – 25.12 (PR)

400 Meters

13. Tucker Goode – 56.87

16. Michael Clark – 1:02.27

800 Meters

1. Matthew Powell – 2:04.45

2. Riley Pittman – 2:05.60

1,500 Meters

4. Cole Thomas – 4:19.13

9. Kevin Jarvie – 4:28.79

3,000 Meters

2. Cole Thomas – 9:25.15

7. Trevor Taylor – 9:46.30

110-Meter Hurdles

10. Maddax Clark – 19.10

300-Meter Hurdles

11. Natanael Gonzalez – 50.08 (PR)

13. Maddax Clark – 52.27

4x400-Meter Relay

2. Knutson, Pittman, Jarvie, Powell – 3:36.30

Shot Put

7. Bryce Ard – 39'5"

9. Thomas Mitchell – 37'1.75"

Discus

11. Stephen Rue – 102'1"

14. Emmett Estersohn – 79'8"

Javelin

1. Bryce Ard – 183'9" (PR)

High Jump

4. Riley Knutson – 5'10"

T8. Maddax Clark – 5'4"

Triple Jump

13. Maddax Clark – 34'7"

GIRLS

100 Meters

1. Joeylynn Baguio – 12.92

4. Kathryn Frentress – 13.47

200 Meters

2. Kathryn Frentress – 27.13

9. Mallory Scott – 28.39

400 Meters

10. Avery Kavanaugh – 1:05.47

11. Allson Kuhnke – 1:05.54

800 Meters

1. Izabela Kacalek – 2:19.53 (PR)

3. Jennifer Torres – 2:26.57

1,500 Meters

1. Izabela Kacalek – 4:46.74

2. Jennifer Torres – 5:08.88

3,000 Meters

4. Lauryn Crum – 12:00.25

6. Emma Ulven – 12:19.70

100-Meter Hurdles

3. Ally Odell – 16.64

12. Ella Fischer – 20.71 (PR)

300-Meter Hurdles

4. Kahleia Rose – 52.02 (PR)

4x400-Meter Relay

1. Torres, Frentress, Kacalek, Rose – 4:11.04

Shot Put

3. Ally Odell – 34'8.5"

12. Katie Mull – 36'3"

Discus

10. Katie Mull – 78'1"

Javelin

6. Katie Mull – 107'7" (PR)

High Jump

T6. Joeylynn Baguio – 4'8"

12. Ellie Shorter – 4'4"

Long Jump

5. Ally Odell – 14'9.5"

12. Ellie Shorter – 13'2.25

Triple Jump

2. Ally Odell – 34'5" (PR)

10. Catalina Slangan – 28'5"

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