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Scappoose, St. Helens will go into Northwest Oregon Conference championships at Putnam with numerous point contenders

PMG FILE PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Jumper Savannah Hoffmann is one of St. Helens' multi-event threats to score going into the Northwest Oregon Conference district meet.The St. Helens and Scappoose boys and girls teams are making their final tune-ups for the Northwest Oregon Conference district track and field meet. It'll take place at Putnam High on May 16-17.

Here are the Lions and Indians who rank in the top eight on the NWOC list of season bests:

St. Helens boys

100 — Logan Page, first

200 — Logan Page, first; Anthony Navarro, fifth

800 — Waylon Nichols, sixth

1,500 — Waylon Nichols, third

3,000 — Waylon Nichols, second

110 hurdles — Kyle Parnell, sixth; Tanner McTeigue, seventh

300 hurdles — Kyle Parnell, sixth

4x100 relay — second

4x400 relay — seventh

Discus — Daniel Suon, seventh

Javelin — Ryan Hastings, fifth; Canon Beisley, sixth

High jump — Tanner McTeigue, tied for fifth

Pole vault — Jeremy O'Meara, fourth; Mavrick Rask, tied for seventh

Triple jump— Nathan Huck, fourth; Tanner McTeigue, sixth

Scappoose boys

100 — Connor McNabb, fifth; Tyler Holcomb, seventh

200 — Connor McNabb, seventh; Tyler Holcomb, eighth

400 — Josh Lull, third; Connor McNabb, fourth

800 — Josh Lull, fourth

3,000 — Rowen Suchoski, fifth

110 hurdles — Brisyn Maller, first

300 hurdles — Brisyn Maller, first

4x100 relay — first

4x400 relay — first

Shot put — Bobby Vanek, eighth

Javelin — Conner Havlik, third

Triple jump — Brisyn Maller, second; Connor McNabb, third

St. Helens girls

100 — Savannah Moore, first

200 — Savannah Moore, first; Hannah Hayduk, second

400 — Hannah Hayduk, first

800 — Hannah Hayduk, eighth

4x100 relay — first

4x400 relay — first

High jump — Savannah Hoffmann, tied for fourth

Pole vault — Isabella Nelson, Hannah Hayduk, tied for seventh

Long jump — Savannah Hoffmann, third

Triple jump — Savannah Hoffmann, third

Scappoose girls

200 — Tess Conway, tied for seventh

400 — Tess Conway, second; Emma Jones, sixth

800 — Tess Conway, third; Sydney Hanke, sixth; Anika Havlik, eighth

1,500 — Sydney Hanke, sixth

3,000 — Sydney Hanke, eighth

100 hurdles — Emma Jones, second; Kelsey Ela, third

300 hurdles — Emma Jones, first; Kelsey Ela, fourth

4x100 relay — fifth

4x400 relay — second

Javelin — Ashlen Searle, sixth

Long jump — Emma Jones, seventh

Triple jump — Kyrah Harrison, seventh

• In Class 5A, here are the St. Helens and Scappoose athletes who rank in the top 10:

Boys

100 — Logan Page, St. Helens, fourth

200 — Logan Page, St. Helens, third

110 hurdles — Brisyn Maller, Scappoose, fifth

300 hurdles — Brisyn Maller, Scappoose, fifth

4x100 relay — Scappoose, eighth

4x400 relay Scappoose, fifth

Javelin — Conner Havlik, seventh

Girls

100 — Savannah Moore, St. Helens, 10th

200 — Savannah Moore, St. Helens, seventh

400 — Hannah Hayduk, St. Helens, fifth; Tess Conway, Scappoose, seventh

800 — Tess Conway, Scappoose, seventh

100 hurdles — Emma Jones, Scappoose, seventh

300 hurdles — Emma Jones, Scappoose, third

4x100 relay — St. Helens, seventh

4x400 relay — St. Helens, fifth; Scappoose, sixth

High jump — Savannah Hoffmann, St. Helens, tied for ninth

Triple jump — Savannah Hoffmann, St. Helens, tied for eighth

• St. Helens had several personal bests and strong showings in last week's Rob Allen Twilight Invitational at Lebanon.

Savannah Moore won the girls 100 meters in 12.98 and placed second in the 200 with a PR of 26.53 seconds. Hannah Hayduk's PR of 2:36.39 in the 800 was good for fourth. Moore, Hayduk, Isabelle Wallace and Isabella Nelson ran on two relay teams that were second. Savannah Hoffmann won the high jump (5-0) and triple jump (33-1) and nabbed second place in the long jump (16-6.25).

In the boys sprints, Logan Page had a pair of runner-up showings, clocking 11.08 and 22.75. Waylon Nichols turned in a PR of 9:18.75 to grab fifth spot in the 3,000. Gabe Hughes was fourth in the discus with a PR of 126-2, and Ryan Hastings threw the javelin a PR 143-9 for fourth place. Tanner McTeigue took third in the 110 hurdles in 16.56. Nathan Huck's triple jump PR of 40-6 earned fourth place, and Jeremy O'Meara was fifth in the pole vault at 11-6. The 4x100 relay team was fifth; it consisted of Kyle Parnell, O'Meara, Anthony Navarro and Page.

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