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Cole Parker wins 400; Estacada's Jake Behrman, Cody White climb podium; Sophie Bergkvist bronze in pole vault

PMG PHOTO: ANDY DIECKHOFF - Cardinal senior McKenna Webber was all smiles in the triple jump after setting a new personal record.  If you turned your head you would have missed it, as a Corbett senior sprinter flew around the track in a blur en PMG PHOTO: ANDY DIECKHOFF - Corbett sophomore Sophie Bergkvist was third in the pole vault.route to a gold medal performance at the biggest meet of the season.

Cole Parker won the boys 400 with a personal record time of 50.40, besting the rest of the field by nearly a second. Not content with just one appearance on the podium, Parker would return to the track to place seventh in the 200 (23.04).

Parker led the way for a contingent of Corbett and Estacada competitors that shined during the OSAA 4A Track & Field State Championships held Friday and Saturday, May 20-21, at Hayward Field, in a return to the historic venue after a year's pause with COVID.

PMG PHOTO: LON AUSTIN - Estacada senior Jake Behrman was one of several Rangers throwers who made it onto the podium at the state meet.   For the Rangers, senior Jake Behrman finished fourth in the discus (138-01 feet), and junior teammate Cody White placed fourth in the shot put (44-09.50). White also set a new personal record in the javelin with another fourth-place finish (169-10 feet).

Estacada senior Daniel Horn finished tied for ninth in the high jump (5-08 feet), while senior sprinter Kaitlin Willis took sixth in both the 100 (13.07) and 200 (27.16).

For the Cardinals, junior Cole Weien notched a PR in a second-place finish in the long jump (20-11.75 feet); in girls pole vault, Corbett sophomore Sophie Bergkvist cleared 9-06 feet for third place; and senior McKenna Webber had a PR of her own in a seventh-place finish in the triple jump (32-02.75).

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PMG PHOTO: ANDY DIECKHOFF  - Corbett junior Cole Weien finished second in the long jump at the 4A State Track & Field Championships.

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