Centennial wins 12 of the day's 17 events to blow past Reynolds and host Clackamas on a rainy day

OUTLOOK PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Centennials Jason DeLeon lets out a scream shortly after taking over the lead on his way to a win in the 800-meter race.

Mount Hood Conference

Team Score
Centennial (2-2)
Clackamas (1-3)

CLACKAMAS — The Centennial boys track team picked up wins in 12 of the 17 events to collect an impressive dual sweep at Wednesday's three-way league meet hosted by Clackamas.

The Eagles started the day with a win in the 400-meter relay, as the only team to get the baton around the track — both Clackamas and Reynolds were disqualified in the tag-team race.

Centennial got double wins from three athletes with sophomore Jimmie Barton taking the sprints, senior Jadon Pickles winning the long and triple jump, while

David Sanchez-Perez took the high jump and pole vault.

Centennial completed the team sweep with a 104-40 win over Reynolds.

Raiders' distance-runner Emeka Egbo doubled up in the 1,500 and 3,000 races.

Clackamas did not win a single event in its home stadium.

• The Centennial girls swept the league duals, as well, winning the 1,600 relay at the end of the day for the decisive points in a 74-66 win over Clackamas.

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