Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Carey, Camas, CS state track qualifiers


From Carey High School

  • · Boys (6 boys in 3 events)

     Luis Garcia (senior) long jump

     Tori Alvarez (senior) 4x400m relay

     Christian Zarate (senior) 4x400m relay

     Nate Adamson (junior) 300m intermediate hurdles

     Joe Parke (sophomore) 4x400m relay

     Collin Whitby (sophomore) 4x400m relay

 

  • · Girls (6 girls in 6 events)

     Daphne Kirkland (senior) 4x100m relay, pole vault

     Arriana Nielson (senior) 4x100m relay, 4x200m relay

     Lilly Rivera (senior) 4x200m relay

     Medin Cenarrusa (sophomore) 100m high hurdles, 300m intermediate hurdles, 4x200m relay

     Kelsey Barker (sophomore) 400m dash, 4x100m relay, 4x200m relay

     Clarissa Kirkland (sophomore) 4x100m relay, 4x200m relay

 

From Camas County High School

  • · Boys (1 boy in 2 events)

     Isaac Simon (junior) high jump, triple jump

 

  • · Girls (4 girls in 3 events)

Taylor Gorringe (senior) shotput, discus

Jessica Lanier (senior) discus

Hunter Rasmussen (sophomore) triple jump

Ariel Reedy (freshman) discus

 

State notes: Taylor Gorringe has the third-best state-qualifying throw in discus; Isaac Simon has the second-best state-qualifying jumps in both the high jump and triple jump.

From Community School

  • · Girls (1 girl in 1 event)

     Ava Mazzoni (sophomore) 1600m

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State schedule at Middleton High School

  • Friday, May 16:

     Field events like 1A shotput and high jump begin at 9 a.m. and continue through 6 p.m. in 3A/2A/1A classes.

     Running events, mostly preliminaries, start 1:30 p.m. The 3200m final is the first running event of the day. The medley relay is the day’s final run.

  • Saturday, May 17:

     Parade of Athletes at 11:30 a.m. Running finals begin at 12:30 p.m. with the 100m high hurdles for girls.

     General admission $5 per day




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