Track & Field News
Lane takes Men's and Spokane claims Women's 2017 Track & Field Championships- Petz sets new Pole Vault Record
GRESHAM, OR -- The Lane Men and Spokane Women took home the team championships Tuesday afternoon.
The Titan Men scored 252 points to top Spokane's tally of 204 with Clackamas taking third with 129 points. Lane claimed nine men's champions while Spokane tallied six.
The Spokane Women registered 231.5 points to Lane's 186.5 while Clackamas claimed third with 114.5 points. The Sasquatch turned in seven individual champions and Lane had five.
The championship is Lane's sixth men's title. The Titans have won the last five in a row. The Sasquatch now have 21 women's championships and have won the last three titles.
Lane freshman Justin Petz scored a personal record in the Pole Vault and set a new NWAC Championship meet record in the process with a mark of 17-04.5.
Clackamas sophomore Chelsea Bone earned the Women's High Point Scorer (39.5 points) while Lane sophomore Grant Shurtliff earned his second NWAC high point achievement as the Men's High Point Scorer (37 points).
With the honor, both Bone and Shurtliff were named the NWAC Baden Track & Field Athletes of the Year and will be honored at the NWAC Hall of Fame Banquet on June 1st.
Spokane sophomore Emily Viuhkola was named the Women's Track Athlete of the Meet and Spokane Corbin Carlton was named the Men's Track Athlete of the Meet.
Clark sophomore Olivia Rose was named the Women's Field Athlete of the Meet while Lane freshman Justin Petz was named the Men's Field Athlete of the Meet.
Lane head coach Grady O'Connor was named the Men's Coach of the Year and Spokane's Jason Cash was selected Women' Coach of the Year.
100m Dash - Da'schele Sauls, Green River, :12.40
200m Dash - Da'schele Sauls, Green River, :25.52
400m Run – Emily Viuhkola, Lane, :57.67
800m Run - Emily Viuhkola, Lane, 2:20.46
1500m Run - Emily Viuhkola, Lane, 4:48.53
3000M Steeplechase – Aysia Killingbeck, Clackamas, 11:51.16
5000m Run – Cassie McKinney, Clark, 19:03.67
10,000m Run - Kaylee Marquardt, Spokane, 42:33.66
100m Hurdles – Mertece Hatchett, Spokane, :14.68
400m Hurdles – Katie Collins, Spokane, 1:04.47
4x100m Relay - Clackamas
(Steigman, Bell, Coleman, Cameron) :49.07
4x400 Relay - Lane
(Goddard, Liaw, Mace, Viuhkola) 3:57.99
High Jump – Taylor Sterling, Green River, 5-06.00
Pole Vault – Morgan Fossen, Lane, 12-05.25
Long Jump – Olivia Rose, Clark, 18-07.75
Triple Jump - Olivia Rose, Clark, 38-06.00
Discus – Elisha Alfred-Lee, Spokane, 124-00
Hammer – Elisha Alfred-Lee, Spokane, 154-11
Javelin – Maggie Nelson, Spokane, 140-09
Shot Put – Toa Levi, Spokane, 41-11.25
Heptathlon – Chelsea Bone, Clackamas, 4702
100m Dash – Kuda Murasiranwa, SW Oregon, :10.83
200m Dash – Zech Herford, Spokane,:21.86
400m Run – Andre Dorn, Mt. Hood, :48.78
800m Run – Moises Martinez, Lane, 1:55.17
1500m Run – Domenic Rehm, Spokane, 4:01.36
3000M Steeplechase – Teagan Osborne, Spokane, 9:49.32
5000m run – Michael Martin, Lane, 15:36.80
10,000m Run – Jerry Celistino, Treasure Valley, 33:43.82
110m Hurdles – Parker Bowden, Spokane, :14.39
400m Hurdles – Cade O'Connor, Lane, :54.45
4x100m Relay – Lane,
(Andres, James, Torres, McNamara ) :41.26
4x400m Relay - Lane
(Peterson, Lancaster, O’Connor, Berry) 3:20.88
High Jump – Tayler Blakeley, Spokane, 6-09.50
Pole Vault – Justin Petz, Lane, 17-04.50 (meet record)
Long Jump – Tristan James, Lane, 24-07.75
Triple Jump - Tristan James, Lane, 49-10.50
Discus – Colton Paller, Olympic, 156-00
Hammer – Andrew Allen, Spokane, 161-00
Javelin – Cole Sunkel, Olympic, 203-11
Shot Put – Brian Salgado, Mt. Hood, 53-00.25
Decathlon - Grant Shurtliff, Lane - 6731
Grant Shurtliff - Men's High Point Scorer
Chelsea Bone - Women's High Point Scorer
Corbin Carlton - Men's Outstanding Track Athlete of the Meet
Emily Viuhkola - Women's Outstanding Track Athlete of the Meet
Justin Petz - Men's Outstanding Field Athlete of the Meet
Olivia Rose - Women's Outstanding Track Athlete of the Meet
Grady O'Connor - Men's Coach of the Year
Jason Cash - Women's Coach of the Year