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McKenzie Sports Report - April 7

McKenzie’s Lockart Wins Three Events,

 


Laker Girls Dominate At 1A – SD2 Track and Field Meet

McKenzie sophomore Levi Lockart captured three individual event first-place finishes at the 1A-SD2 League Meet held Saturday, April 2, at the Aaron and Marie Jones Community Track. Six Class 1A Boys and Girls Track and Field teams, representing Crow, Mohawk, Mapleton, Triangle Lake, Paisley, and McKenzie, competed on another beautiful Spring day in the upper McKenzie River Valley. The McKenzie Community Track and Field sponsored the meet and thanks go out to the many volunteers that work and support these events.

Lockart’s wins in the shot put, discus, and javelin events led his Eagle team to a third-place finish score of 87 points. Mohawk won the Boys meet, scoring 123 points and Triangle Lake finished second with 114 pts. Paisley, traveling 3 hours from Central Oregon to participate, took home fourth place with 72.5 pts. followed by Crow in fifth with 44 points and Mapleton in sixth with 37.5 pts.

The Triangle Lake Girls team dominated their competition scoring, rolling up 169 points, easily outdistancing second-place Paisley, which finished the warm, sunny day with 82 points. The McKenzie Eagle Girls team finished third with 53 points, followed by fourth-place Crow with 43 points, fifth place Mohawk with 40 points, and sixth place Mapleton, which finished with 19 points.

Eagle teammate Cody Moralas’ eighth placemark of 29 ft. 0 supported Lockart’s first-place throw of 35 ft. 5.5 in. In the Discus event, Lockart’s winning throw was measured at 92 ft. 1 in. and Morales finished fourth with a throw of 88 ft, 8 in. Lockart won the javelin with a good stick at 117 ft. 6 in. Eagle teammates Trent Peek finished third with a 109 ft. 6 in throw and Thomas Hayes finished eighth at 88 ft. 5 in. Peek’s hop, skip, and jump mark of 32 ft. 5 in., earned him a second-place finish in the Triple Jump and Morales took the third-place finish with a 24 ft. 8 in. leap.

Mapleton’s Joseph Shepard won the Triple Jump with a 38 ft. 6 in. jump. Paisley’s Victor Mena won both the High Jump and Long Jump events. Mena winning 5 ft. 6 in. jump in the High Jump was impressive in that the Bronco junior had never participated in the event prior and in fact had only jumped a couple of practice jumps going into the meet. Mena narrowly missed at the 5 ft. 8 in height.

McKenzie’s Solomon Acevedo finished seventh behind Mena with a jump of 4 ft. 4 in. Mena had a good early season jump of 19 ft. 9.5 in. to win the Long Jump and Eagle teammates Hayes finished eighth at 14 ft. 3.5 in. and Morales leaped 11 ft. 7.5 in. and tenth place.

In the Track events, Eagle Peek finished third in the 100 meters event, posting a 12.68 seconds time and Avecedo finished fourth with a 12.71 second time. Marshall Mather, Triangle Lake, won the 100 m. in 12.31 sec. Mather took home first in the 200 m. as well with a time of 25.55 seconds and McKenzie’s Avecedo finished in third at 26.34 sec. Mohawk’s Aiden O’Dea ran the 400 m. in 54.61 seconds and a first-place finish and Eagle Hayes crossed the finish line in seventh place, 1 min. 8.79 seconds. Viggo Beck of Triangle Lake was a double event winner, winning the 800 m. in 2 min. 25.36 seconds and the 1500 m. event in 4 min. 41.25 seconds. Randy Turner, representing Mohawk, won the 3000 m. with a time of 10 min. 43.26 seconds and Mustang teammate Aiden O’Dea won the 300 m. hurdles with a finish time of 47.49 seconds. The 4x100 Relay event was won by the Mohawk quartet of Tyler Wallace, Ewan O’Dea, Joseph Sepulveda, and Aiden O’Dea, running the distance in 49.01 seconds. McKenzie’s team of Acevedo, Hayes, Peek, and Griffin Withalm took home second in 50.73 sec. The Mohawk foursome of E. O’Dea, Turner, A. O’Dea, and Sepulveda won the 4x400 m. Relay with a posted time of 4 min. 7.5 seconds.

In the Girls competition, Triangle Lake’s Ella Mather won three events to lead her Laker teammates. Mather was timed first in the 100 m. at 14.28 seconds, first in the 400 m. with a time of 1 min. 15.36 seconds, and first in the 800 m. with a posted time of 3 min. 5.93 seconds. McKenzie’s Adrian Caulley took fourth in the 100 m. with a time of 15.88 seconds and Eagle teammate Hailey Prater finished seventh at 16.73 sec. Paisley’s Karin Sztranyovszky won the 200 m. in 32.39 seconds and McKenzie’s Rebekah Short finished fourth in 35.28 seconds.

Sztranyovszky also won the High Jump, clearing the bar at 4 ft. 6 in. and Short finished third at 3 ft. 6 in. Triangle Lake’s Lyvia Shortt won two events, the 1500 m. in 6 min. 36.70 seconds and the 3000 m. in 14 min. 27.38 seconds. Laker teammate Kiele Riggs won both hurdle events, the 100 m. Hurdles in 19.57 seconds and the 300 m. Hurdles in 59.79 seconds. Triangle Lake also won the 4x100 m. Relay in 58.36 seconds with the foursome of Keira Alvarez-Wilson, Autumn Thelander, Riggs, and Mather. The Crow girls team of Maci Holderly, Cloe Boutin, Pitta Khumhaeng, and Giorgia Medori won the 4x400 m. Relay with a time of 5 min. 30.77 seconds.

Eagle Caulley placed second in the Triple Jump, leaping 18 ft. 10 in. and that event was won by Nele Brottka of Paisley, who had a fine jump of 27 ft. 8 in. Brottka also won the Long Jump with a mark of 12 ft. 5.5 in. Eagle teammates Short and Caulley finished fourth and seventh respectively. Short jumped 10 ft. 4.75 in. and Caulley’s best leap was measured at 9 ft. 6 in.

Mohawk’s Lucy Barrowcliff was the sole competitor in the Pole Vault and she cleared cleanly at 6 ft. 6 in. Barrowcliff’’s long jump competition was unfortunately shortened when the Mustang athlete was injured on a jump and had to leave for medical assistance. McKenzie’s Hailey Prater finished second in the Javelin with a throw of 75 ft. 7 in. and sister teammate Hannah Prater took ninth with a toss of 36 ft. 1.5 in. Feirin McConnell of Triangle Lake, who threw the spear 75 ft. 10.5 in, won the Javelin event. Hailey Prater tossed the shot 21 ft. 10 in., which placed her third in the Shot Put event and Hannah Prater finished sixth at 20 ft. 4 in.

Mapleton’s Emily Neece, who had a good throw of 28 ft. 10.25 in, won the Shot Put. Paisley’s Saika Sultanova won the Discus event with a mark of 72 ft. 10 in. Hannah Prater finished seventh with a mark of 51 ft. 0 in. and Hailey Prater followed in eighth place at 50 ft. 6 in.

 

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