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Lane sweeps 2019 Track & Field team championships

2019-05-22 00:53:24

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GRESHAM, OR – Lane Community College Men and Women crushed the competition as they cruised to team championships today at Mt. Hood Community College.

The Men tallied 227.5 points finishing 72 points ahead of second place Spokane who took 155.5 points. Clackamas finished third with 87 points followed by Mt. Hood with 80.

The Titan Women amassed 240 points to Spokane’s 124 while Clackamas turned in a score of 98 and Treasure Valley finished with 76.5.

The title is Lane Men’s eighth championship and seventh in a row. The Women celebrated their seventh championship and broke Spokane’s previous streak of four in a row.

Lane first year head coach Bill Steyer was named Women’s Coach of the Year while Clackamas skipper Keoni McHone was named the Men’s Coach of the Year.

Meet Honors
Men’s Field Outstanding Athlete of the Meet went to Lane freshman Sawyer Christopher.  Christopher won the Javelin Throw and took third place in the Decathlon.

The Women’s Field Outstanding Athlete of the Meet was Umpqua freshman Grace Campbell. Campbell was the Triple Jump champion and took second place in the long jump.

The Men’s Outstanding Track Athlete of the Meet was Spokane sophomore Jerome ‘JJ’ Curry. Curry won the 100M and 200M Dash races and was a member of Spokane’s second place 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams.

The Women’s Outstanding Track Athlete of the Meet went to Treasure Valley sophomore Delia DeLeon.  DeLeon had a triple crown winning the 800M, 1500M and 10,000M Runs and was a member of Treasure Valley’s 4x400M Relay team that finished 5th.  DeLeon will be moving on to Oregon State next year to compete for the Beavers.

Clackamas sophomore Essence Foster was the Women’s High Point Athlete of the Meet. Foster amassed 34.75 points winning the 400 Hurdles and the Heptathlon. She also placed in the 400M Dash (3rd), Long Jump (3rd) and was a member of the Cougars’ 4x100 (4th) and 4x400 Relay (3rd) teams.

Southwestern Oregon sophomore Bryan Terry was the Men’s High Point Athlete of the Meet. Terry collected 28 points winning the Shot Put & Discus Throw and placing second in the Hammer throw.

100m Dash – Hailey Suit, Green River, :12.11
200m Dash – Shayla Noil, Lane, :25.21
400m Dash – Aayzia Dumas, SW Oregon, :57.94
800m Run – Dalia DeLeon, Treasure Valley, 2:19.10
1500m Run - Dalia DeLeon, Treasure Valley, 4:52:40
3000M Steeplechase - Jolene Whiteley, Spokane, 11:25.99
5000m Run – Jolene Whiteley, Spokane, 18:40.82
10,000m Run - Dalia DeLeon, Treasure Valley, 41:18.66
100m Hurdles – Tylor Harper, Lane, :15.36
400m Hurdles – Essence Foster, Clackamas, 1:03.20
4x100m Relay – Lane, :48.29
(Zarah Wemple, Eryn Ricker, Destiny Curley, Shayla Noil)
4x400 Relay – Lane, 4:04.83
(Tyalor Harper, Shayla Noil, Alexia Crowl, Isabella Garcia)
High Jump – Monica Kaylor, Spokane, 5’3”
Pole Vault – Delaney Fields, Lane, 12’1.5”
Long Jump – Ujunwa Nwokoma, Mt. Hood, 18’5.75”
Triple Jump – Grace Campbell, Umpqua, 36’0”
Discus – Isabella Hill, Lane, 122’4”
Hammer – Kaitlyn Paller, Olympic, 155’8”
Javelin – Grace Buchanan, Mt Hood, 134’10”
Shot Put – Paric Newdall, Lane, 41’7”
Heptathlon – Essence Foster, 3987

100m Dash – JJ Curry, Spokane, :10.84
200m Dash - JJ Curry, Spokane, :21.70
400m Dash – Andre Dorn, Mt. Hood, :48.36
800m Run – Adam Mclean, Treasure Valley, 1:57.25
1500m Run – Anthony Stone, Lane, 4:02.44
3000M Steeplechase – Keanu Daos, Spokane, 9:44.02
5000m run – Andy Muha, Lane, 15:07.30
10,000m Run - Andy Muha, Lane, 32:09.57
110m Hurdles – Jordan Gloden, Clackamas, :14.76
400m Hurdles – Austin Albertin, Spokane, :53.80
4x100m Relay – Lane, :42.45
(Nick Rogozinski, Jacob Williams, Israel Miles, Raymond Blasquez)
4x400m Relay – Lane, 3:20.15
(Nathan Poff, Nick Rogozinski, Josh Peterson,  Jacob Williams)
High Jump – Anthony Garcia, Clackamas, 6’6”
Pole Vault – Justin Petz, Lane, 16’4”
Long Jump – Jonah Tactay, Lane, 22’10”
Triple Jump – Dillon Zheol, Clackamas, 48’3.25”
Discus - Bryan Terry, SW Oregon, 146’0”
Hammer – Joe Lirk-Woodbury, Olympic, 157’4”
Javelin – Sawyer Christopher, Lane, 220’8”
Shot Put – Bryan Terry, SW Oregon, 51’11.25”
Decathlon - JJ. Walker, Clackamas, 6502


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