The Odessa Record -

Track & Field

 


The O-H Titans hosted the NE 1B championship meet in Davenport May 3, competing against 11 teams, including Almira/Coulee Hartline, Columbia (Hunters), Curlew, Cusick, Inchelium, Northport, Republic, Selkirk, Valley Christian and Wellpinit.

The top teams for the boys were Valley Christian first with 168 points, Odessa-Harrington second with 123, Selkirk third with 96.5. Wellpinit and Republic took the fourth and fifth positions, respectively.

For the girls, first place went to Valley Christian with 158 points, while Cusick took second with 97 and Republic claimed third with 88. Odessa-Harrington and Selkirk were fourth and fifth, respectively.

Individually for the Titans, the team of Gaven Elder, Cole Kissler, Aaron Gies and Colby Sooy took first place in the 4x100 relay with a time of 47.52 seconds. Gaven Elder claimed first in the 100 meters with 11.12, first in the 200 meters with 23.82 and second in the long jump with 18-01.00. Sage Elder was fourth in the 100 meters with 11.72, fourth in the 200 meters with 24.93 and first in long jump with 18-03.00. In the 1600 meters, Cole Kissler took fourth with 5:16.64, 10th in javelin with 109-05 and second in pole vault with 8-06. Colton Melgren placed 12th in the 1600 meters with 6:07.26, 15th in discus with 69-11 and 16th in javelin with 89-11. Aaron Gies claimed 2nd in the 110-meter hurdles with 16.20, first in the 300-meter hurdles with 43.24 and 18th in javelin with 82-03. Colby Sooy was secpnd in shot put with 38-04.00, third in discus with 116-07 and 7th in javelin. In shot put, John DeWulf took seventh with 34-07.00, third in javelin with 138-07 and first in pole vault with 11-00.00.

Individually for the girls, Lanessa Simon placed second in the 200 meters with 27.36, first in pole vault with 9-00.00, second in long jump with 14-02.00 and first in triple jump with 33-01.00. Amber Smith was 6th in the 200 meters with 31.15, fifth in the 100-meter hurdles with 20.07, fourth in the 300-meter hurdles and sixth in the triple jump with 28-03.00. In shot put, Destiny German was 12th with 22-02.00, 12th in discus with 58-02 and 16th in javelin with 50-11. Sarina Goetz was 13th in shot put with 20-05.00, 10th in discus with 60-03 and 9th in javelin with 66-04. Casey Schlomer claimed first place in discus with 94-07, first in javelin with 108-10 and second in pole vault with 6-06.00.

 

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