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McKenzie Eagles Sports Report - May 27

 

Levi Lockart and Trent Peek

Grab Third Place Finishes At Outback Invitational

McKenzie Track and Field athletes Levi Lockart and Trent Peek each brought home third place finishes earned Friday, May 14, at the Outback Invitational Track Meet, sponsored by North Lake High School. Lockart set a personal record in the Shot Put, tossing the iron ball 33-04.00 ft., earning a third place finish behind LaPine's Stephen Machin, who had the winning throw of 47-02.00 ft. Eagle teammate Cody Moralas finished eleventh with his own personal record toss in the shot with a mark of 24-00.00 ft.

Lockart's second third place finish came in the Discus with a mark of 85-00 ft. Machin also won that event, throwing the disc 129-03 ft. Moralas finished ninth with a personal record mark of 64-08 ft. and Eagle teammate Thomas Hayes took thirteenth wit a throw of 57-07 ft. McKenzie's Trent Peek earned his third place finish in the Javelin with a throw of 101-00 ft. and Lockart took fourth at 99-05 ft. Moralas had a personal record throw of 66-06 ft., which earned him an eleventh place finish. Jace Earls of LaPine won the Javelin with a PR throw measured at 103-10 ft. Peek jumped 31-01.00 ft. in the Triple Jump, a personal record and a fourth place finish.

The Triple Jump was won by LaPine's Dylan Mann with a leap of 37-09.00 ft. Peek took home an eighth place mark in the Long Jump, jumping 14-04.50 ft., Hayes finished twelfth at 11-11.00 ft. and Moralas took thirteenth at 8-08.00 ft. The Long Jump was won by Silas Roth of North Lake with a mark of 18-09.00 ft. Roth was a dual winner, also placing first in the 100 meters with a time of 12.25 seconds. Peek finished that race in 14.22 sec., good for seventh place.

LaPine won the Boys team competition with a total of 149 points earned on the day. North Lake finished second with 84 pts., followed by Chiloquin 76 pts., Hosanna Christian 75 pts., McKenzie 31 pts., Gilchrist 24 pts., Cascades Academy of Central Oregon 20 pts. and Paisley 10 pts.

In the Girls competition, McKenzie featured the two Prater sisters. Hailey Prater finished seventh in the Javelin with a personal record throw of 60-10 ft. and Hannah finished tenth with a mark of 30-10 ft., also a personal record. Abigail Sanders of Paisley won the Javelin with a throw marked at 108-08 ft. Sanders likewise won the Discus event, tossing the disc for a personal record 84-06 ft. Hailey Prater finished eighth in the Discus at 51-10 ft., a PR, and Hannah followed in tenth place at 45-08 ft. Hailey Prater took ninth in the Long Jump, landing in the pit at 7-04.50 ft. and Vanessa Koon of Chiloquin won the Long Jump with a leap of 14-08.00 ft., a PR.

Dani Bates of North Lake won the Shot Put with a personal record throw of 32-09.75 ft. Hailey Prater also threw a personal record mark, 19-08.00 ft. and finished eleventh. Hannah Prater followed in twelfth place with a mark of 19-05.25 ft.

Host North Lake, which amassed 154 pts, won the Girls team competition. total. Chiloquin took second with 109 pts. earned followed by LaPine with 73 pts., Paisley 30 pts., Hosanna Christian 24 pts., Cascades of Central Oregon 17 pts., Gilchrist 5 pts., and McKenzie 3 pts. This meet culminated McKenzie's sports season in Track and Field and for the remainder of the 2021 Spring season as the Eagles could not field either a Boys or Girls basketball team due to lack of athlete numbers.

Twenty Years Ago: Remember When Jared Fry

Won The 2001 2A/1A State Golf Championship?

Eagle senior Jared Fry and teammate Ryan Spiro capped off a very successful 2000/2001 athletic season at McKenzie. Fry shot a 76 pt. score on the first day of the 2001 2A/1A State Golf Championship and carded a 79 pt. score the second day to finish with a total of 155 pts. and earn the coveted individual Co-Championship title, shared with Austin Livingston (78,77-155) of Enterprise. McKenzie teammate Ryan Spiro brought home a twenty-ninth place finish, shooting a 95 pt. score the first day and following with a 88 pt. finish the second day for a 183 pt. total for the tournament.

The Eagle Head Coach for both athletes was Dan King, Tokatee Golf Pro. Fry and Spiro's outstanding accomplishments put a bow on a very successful athletic year at McKenzie

The Eagle Boys Basketball team, coached by Mike Wiley, won the Trico League number one seed to the OSAA 2A State Basketball Championship Tournament held in Pendleton, OR., first ever in school history.

Eagle cross country runners Emily Oldham, Kyle Richardson and Casey Cline, represented McKenzie at the OSAA 2A State Cross Country Meet, held at Lane Community College, and placed 4th, 11th, and 12th respectively. The McKenzie Head Coach was Jeff Sherman.

Sherman also coached the Eagle Track and Field teams the Spring of 2001 and McKenzie's Oldham ran a 11:05.95 minute 3000-meter race at the 2001 OSAA State Track and Field Championships held at Western Oregon State College in Monmouth. Oldham's time earned her a fourth place finish in the State Meet and the Eagles a tie for 25th place with 9 pts. Eagle teammate Mike McDowell placed 5th in the 100 meters at the State meet, running the event in 11.60 seconds, earning McKenzie a tie for 38th with 4 pts. It was indeed a great year to be an Eagle.

 

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