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McKenzie Sports Report - May 13

McKenzie Varsity Sports Schedule This Week

The McKenzie Varsity Girls and Boys Track and Field teams travel to North Lake High School this Friday, May 14 to compete in the Outback Invitational. Field events start at 11:00 am and track events will start at 12:30 pm.

Levi Lockart Throws For Second Place At Mapleton

McKenzie freshman Levi Lockart took second place in the Discus event last Wednesday, May 5, at the Mapleton May Meet. Lockart led his Eagle teammates to a 5th place finish in the six-team Boys meet. Triangle Lake won the day with 139 points scored and easily outdistanced the rest of the field. Mohawk finished second with 99 pts. followed by Crow with 64.5 pts., Mapleton with 56 pts., McKenzie at 41.5 pts. and Riddle sixth with 15 pts.

Triangle Lake also won the Girls meet, also easily outpacing the rest of the competition. The Laker girls amassed 163 points and Mohawk finished far back in second place with 47 pts. Crow finished a close third at 45 pts. followed by Mapleton with 43.5 pts., Elkton at 40 pts., Siletz Valley with 34 pts., Riddle with 25.5 pts., and McKenzie in eighth place at 12 pts.

Lockart’s second place throw in the Discus was measured at 93 ft. 2.5 in. and Josh Esty of Triangle Lake won the event with a throw of 93 ft. 7.5 in. Eagle teammate, sophomore Cody Moralas finished sixth with a mark of 59 ft. 2.5 in. Lockart also placed fifth in the Shot Put, putting the iron implement 30 ft. 2 in. Mapleton’s JJ Neece won the Shot with a throw of 38 ft. 5.5 in.

McKenzie sophomore Trent Peek took home fourth in the Long Jump with a leap of 13 ft. 9 in. He was followed by Eagle teammates, freshman Thomas Hayes in fifth place at 11 ft. 6 in., and Moralas in sixth place at 6 ft. 0 in. DayKotae McAvoy from Riddle won the Long Jump with a leap of 14 ft. 4 in. Peek threw a fifth place mark in the Javelin, sticking the spear at 93 ft. 4 in. Lockart threw for a 90 ft. 8 in mark and seventh place, Hayes finished ninth at 79 ft. 1 in., and Moralas took thirteenth place at 33 ft. 11 in. The Javelin winner was Neece of Mapleton with a long throw of 158 ft. 3 in.

Aiden O’Dea of Mohawk won the 100-meter event in a time of 11:90 seconds. Eagle Peek ran to a sixth place finish, timed in 13.59 sec. (a personal record) and Hayes finished eleventh in 15.17 sec. (personal record). The McKenzie 4x100 meter Relay team finished third out of three teams running, timing out at 1:08.49 min. That Eagle team consisted of Thomas Hayes, Levi Lockart, Trent Peek, and Cody Moralas. Mohawk won the 4X100 in a time of 49.34 sec.

McKenzie sophomore Hailey Prater brought home a second place finish in the Javelin event, with a good stick measured at 59 ft. 7 in., a personal record. Junior sister teammate Hannah Prater finished eleventh in the Javelin with a mark of 27 ft. 7 in. and Clara Simonsen of Crow won with a mark of 72 ft. 8 in. Hailey tied for seventh in the Long Jump with Brier Shird of Mapleton, both girls jumping 8 ft. 5 in. Kiele Riggs representing Triangle Lake won the Long Jump with a leap of 13 ft. 8 in.

Hailey earned another seventh place finish, this one in the Discus. Her throw of 45 ft. 4 in., a personal record, and Hannah’s twelfth place finish mark of 40 ft. 8 inches followed the winning toss of Shay Robertson from Siletz Valley, who measured at 74 ft. 1 in. Robertson was a dual winner in the field events, also taking the Shot Put with a throw of 32 ft. 5 in. Hailey placed tenth at 18 ft. 7 in. and Hannah eleventh at 17 ft. 6 in.


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