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McKenzie Sports Report - April 25

McKenzie Varsity Sports Schedule This Week

The McKenzie Varsity Track and Field teams travel to Creswell on Wednesday, April 24, to participate in the MVC meet. Field events will begin at 3:00 pm and track events will start at 4:00 pm. The Eagle teams travel to Legends Field, at Harrisburg High School, on Friday, April 26, to participate in the Harrisburg Twilight Meet. Field events start at 3:00 pm and track events begin at 4:00 pm.

Eagles Run With Big Dogs In Redmond

The McKenzie Track teams slipped over the Pass to Redmond last Wednesday, April 17, with the opportunity to compete in the McKenzie – Culver – Mountain View at Redmond track meet. The Eagles, an OSAA Class 1A school, eagerly responded to the invite from Redmond with the chance to tangle with Class 2A Culver and Class 5A teams from Mountain View (Bend) and Redmond. The Eagles competed well, earning several personal and season records, while placing fourth in both the Girls and the Boys team scores. Mountain View won the Boy's team competition with a score of 152.5 points and also took home top honors in the Girl's competition with a final score of 110.5 points. Redmond finished second in both, scoring 43 points in the Boys team race and 58 points in the Girls. Culver finished third in the Boys with 33 points and third in the Girls with 33.5 points earned. The Eagles, finished the Boy's competition with 6.5 points and the McKenzie Girls team earned 14 points.

Short Jumps Long In The Triple For Second, Dion Runs Fourth In 1500 At Redmond

Eagle junior Beckah Short leaped 23 ft. 0 in. in the triple jump event at the McKenzie – Culver – Mountain View meet held at Redmond High School. Short's mark earned her a second place. Teammate Grace Weiss jumped third place 21 ft. 9 in., a Personal Record for the sophomore. Paiten Clevenger followed in fourth with a 20 ft. 6 in. effort and Sapena Mitchell-Chavez placed fifth at 18 ft. 4 in. Siri Parker from Mountain View won the triple jump with a 30 ft. 9 in. jump. McKenzie sophomore Myra Dion took home a fourth-place finish in the 1500 m. race, running the distance in 6 minutes 42.70 seconds. Redmond's Jaiden Nickel finished first in 5:22.10 min. Dion ran the 800 m. race in 3:15.84 min., which placed her in eighth place. Eden Anspach of Redmond won the 800 m. in 2:33.61 min. And in the javelin, Dion tied for tenth with a 61 ft. 8 in. throw. Freshman teammate Lila Boydston followed in fourth with a throw of 42 ft. 1 in. and Eagle senior Riley Morales was fifteenth with a 38 ft. 11 in. stick. Mountain View's Katelyn Mawdsley won the event with a Personal Record toss of 104 ft. 4 in. Weiss finished eighteenth in the long jump with a mark of 11 ft. 0 in. She was followed by Clevenger in the nineteenth at 10 ft. 10 in., a Personal Record, Short at twentieth with a 10 ft. 9.25 in jump, and Mitchell-Chavez at the twenty-second with an 8 ft. 7 in. effort. Renee Johnson, out of Culver, won the long jump with a Personal Record 15 ft. 7.25 in mark. McKenzie's Rachel Karch placed eighth in the shot put. The Eagle freshman threw the shot 22 ft. 7 in. Boydston threw the implement 19 ft. 5 in, good for thirteenth, and Morales came in fifteenth at 16 ft. 2 in. The shot put event was won by Mountain View's Lidia Jacobsen with a Personal Record 36 ft. 6.5 in. Karch took ninth place in the discus with a Personal Record effort of 51 ft. 3 in. mark. Boydston followed in tenth at 34 ft. 11 in. Redmond's Peyton Stewart won the discus with an 85 ft. 11 in. throw. McKenzie freshman Liliana Jones was timed at 15.33 seconds in the 100 m. race. Short placed thirty-second, timed at 17.14 sec., Mitchell-Chavez was thirty-third at 17.32 sec. (Personal Record), and Clevenger was thirty-fourth in 17.72 sec. The 100 m. race was won by Caitlyn Altman of Mountain View, who broke the finish line tape in a Personal Record 13.27 sec.

McKenzie Soph Hayden Harbick Triple Jumps A Second Place Mark

Eagle sophomore Hayden Harbick landed a second-place mark in the triple jump event over at the McKenzie – Culver – Mountain View meet, held in Redmond. Harbick's leap was measured at 29 ft. 0 in. Mountain View's Gage Miller won with a Personal Record mark of 39 ft. 2 in. Harbick also placed seventeenth in the long jump at 14 ft. 8 in., which followed teammate Rhys Hamlow, who took home sixth place with a Personal Record jump measured at 17 ft. 6 in. Eagle teammate Auden Vailes finished twenty-first at 13 ft. 7.25 in. and the long jump was won by Jordan Best of Mountain View, who set a Personal Record 20 ft. 3.5 in mark. Hamlow cleared 8 ft. 6 in. in the pole vault event, a tied-fifth place finish, which was won by Rex Cordell of Mountain View, who cleared 12 ft. 6 in. McKenzie sophomore Allen Acevedo also took home a fifth-place finish, in the 400 m. race, setting a Personal Record of 58.56 the second time. Jacob Lewis of Mountain View won the race in 55.29 sec. Another Eagle fifth-place finish came in the 1500 m. race, this one by Will Meister, who ran the distance in 5:08.71 min. The 1500 m. was won by Kevin Mattox of Mountain View in 4:56.10 min. Meister's Personal Record, sixth place tied-time of 2:25.12 min., set a new Personal Record for the Eagle Soph. The McKenzie 4x100 relay team, consisting of Allen Acevedo, Harbick, Vailes, and William Valtinson, placed fifth with a time of 47.70 sec., behind the winning team from Mountain View, who posted a 44.30 second time. Senior Levi Lockard threw the discus 97 ft. 5.5 in. and placed eighth. The event was won by Mountain View's Will Lannen, who had a 126 ft. 3 in. effort. Eagle sophomore Jacob Peek finished twelfth at 80 ft. 1 in. and freshman Noah Borden established a Personal Record mark of 68 ft. 4 in., a twenty-first finish. Lockard's ninth-placed mark of 36 ft. 2.5 in. in the shot put was followed by Peek in fifteenth at 31 ft. 4.5 in. and Borden with another nineteenth Personal Record mark of 29 ft. 7.5 in. The shot put event was won by Redmond's Brian Hubbard with a 44 ft. 7 in. toss. Lockard took seventh in the javelin throw with a good stick at 115 ft. 8 in. Peek's Personal Record toss of 92 ft. 8 in., placed him in the nineteenth, and Borden's Record throw of 68 ft. 6 in., placed him in the twentieth. Nathan Howell of Mountain View won the javelin with a Personal Record throw of 142 ft. 2 in. Eagle senior Salomon Acevedo finished tenth in the 200 m. race, running the sprint in a Personal Record time of 24.64 sec. Valtinson followed in twenty-fifth place at 28.77 seconds and Vailes finished twenty-seventh in a Personal Record time of 29.93 seconds. Culver's Trent Reese won the 200 m. race in 22.97 sec. Salomon Acevedo also ran to a thirteenth-place finish in the 100 m. race. Acevedo's time was 12.12 sec. Reese from Culver was a double winner, taking first in this sprint with a time of 11.21 seconds. Eagle teammates Adam Fetterhoff took nineteenth in a time of 12.59 sec., Hamlow was thirtieth in 13.11 sec., Harbick thirty-sixth in 13.51 sec., Vailes forty-first in 14.14 sec (Personal Record), and Valtinson forty-third in 14.58 sec.


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