Thursday, April 26, 2012
The HRV girls track and field team placed fourth at the East County Classic last Friday at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham.
The early season invitational meet gave the Eagles a chance to size themselves up against the Columbia River Conference competition in a 12-team meet.
The lone CRC team to top the Eagle girls was Hermiston, which placed second. The Bulldogs also placed second on the boys side. The Eagle boys placed eighth, just behind CRC foe Pendleton.
The Eagles took first in only one event but did get several strong individual performances.
The girls 4x100 meter relay team of Emily Thompson, Zoe Peterson, Anna Schlosser and Jestena Mattson took first in 50.95.
Several members of that team had the top individual days for the Eagles as well.
Thompson took second in both the 110 and 300 meter hurdles, Mattson was fourth in the 100 meter and second in the high jump, Schlosser was fourth in the 200 meter and Peterson took fourth in the pole vault and sixth in the high jump.
For the Eagle boys, Milo Herman took second in the 100 and third in the 200 meter, Eli Fults took second in the shot put and Wyatt Webber was third in the long jump.
The Eagles will be at the Sandy Invitational this weekend, travel to a three-way dual meet with Barlow and Reynolds Wednesday and then host a dual meet with The Dalles-Wahtonka April 24.
4 Jestena Mattson 13.13
16 Kenzie Yoshimura 13.96
4 Anna Schlosser 27.86
19 Collete Zack 31.17
8 Anna Schlosser 1:02.94
13 Danae Burck 1:05.17
6 Rhue Buddendeck 2:34.13
9 Lydia Gildehaus 2:36.52
12 Kailee McGeer 5:47.37
13 Frida Mata 5:48.21
15 Delaney Barbour 12:59.50
16 Alia Burck 13:09.83
100M hurdles - 33"
2 Emily Thompson 16.71
300M hurdles - 30"
2 Emily Thompson 48.09
17 Lucy McLean 56.81
1 Emily Thompson, Zoe Peterson, Anna Schlosser, Jestena Mattson 50.95
3 Danae Burck, Emily Thompson, Anna Schlosser, Jestena Mattson 4:18.39
12 Tracy Mok 27'09.00
11 Tracy Mok 82'01
22 Laura Waller 62'10
3 Tracy Mok 118'03
13 Laura Waller 78'10
2 Jestena Mattson 4'11.00
6 Zoe Peterson 4'09.00
4 Zoe Peterson 8'06.00
8 Kenzie Yoshimura 14'10.50
19 Ana Torres 13'00.25
15 Kenzie Yoshimura 29'06.00
18 Ana Torres 28'03.50
2 Milo Herman 11.29
8 Cesar Rodriguez 11.81
3 Milo Herman 23.13
12 Cesar Rodriguez 24.42
5 Erik Gutierrez 53.28
10 Chase Young 54.80
11 Chris Cardenas 2:08.16
12 Alec Wiltz 2:11.08
6 Sage Deenik 4:30.03
18 Jorge Cuevas 4:51.65
11 Ricardo Castillo 9:41.73
3 Cesar Rodriguez, Erik Gutierrez, Connor Normand, Milo Herman 44.73
7 Erik Gutierrez, Alec Wiltz, Chase Young, Chris Cardenas 3:40.85
2 Eli Fults 50'04.00
9 George Jubitz 41'08.50
10 Eli Fults 114'01
16 Nathan Hasegawa 107'03
7 Patrick Crompton 5'09.00 HRV 9
9 Patrick Crompton 10'06.00
3 Wyatt Webber 20'03.50
11 Wyatt Webber 39'00.50
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