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Elizabeth Grandle wins the heptathlon, while Cole Beyer notches a second-place finish in decathlon.

The Molalla High track team had a pair of athletes at the Summit heptathlon/decathlon March 18-19 at Summit High School in Bend.

Elizabeth Grandle won the heptathlon with a point total of 3,802, easily outdistancing second place. On the boys side, Cole Beyer finished second with a score of 4,378.

Grandle won the 100 hurdles, high and long jump on her way to the individual title.

COURTESY PHOTO - Molalla's Elizabeth Grandle won the high hurdles, one of three events in the heptathlon she won at Sisters March 18-19. Grandle won the heptathlon by a significant margin.

Here's a look at how both athletes fared in their events.

Heptathlon – Grandle

200 meters – 3rd) 29.04.

800 meters – 5th) 2:52.76.

100 meter hurdles – 1st) 17.17.

Shot Put – 2nd) 9.24m, 30-3.

Javelin – 4th) 28.06m, 92-0.

High Jump – 1st) 1.63m, 5-3.

Long Jump – 1st) 16-2.

Score – 1st) 3,802.

COURTESY PHOTO - Cole Beyer placed second in the decathlon at Sisters on March 18-19.

Decathlon – Beyer

100 meters – 6th) 11.91.

400 meters – 6th) 59.60.

1500 meters – 5th) 6:00.64.

110 High Hurdles – 3rd) 19.84.

Shot Put – 2nd) 10.46m, 34-3.

Discus – 1st) 28.66m, 94-0.

Javelin – 2nd) 38.71m, 127-0.

High Jump – T4) 1.67m, 5-4.

Pole Vault – T6) 2.75m, 9-0.

Long Jump – 7) 5.43m, 17.8.

Score – 2nd) 4,378.

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