May 22-23 Prep Sports Roundup

Track and Field Hood River Valley boys and girls each finished fourth at the Oregon Class 5-A Track and Field Championships in Eugene.  The Eagles girls were led by Jestena Mattson who won both the 100 and 200 meters for the third time in her career and finished second in the high jump, while Emily Viuhkola grabbed second place finishes in the 400 and 800 meters.  For the HRV boys Sebastian Barajas won the discus for the third straight year, and also finished second in the shot put, while Tyrone Stintzi was third in the high jump, and Parker Kennedy was third and Patrick Crompton fourth in the pole vault.  The Dalles girls finished 11th, with Yasmin Hill third in the long jump and sixth in the pole vault, and Katie Conklin fifth in the triple jump.   South Wasco’s boys were third hile the Horizon Christian boys were eighth and girls ninth at the Oregon Class 1-A Track and Field Championships.  Loreto Morelli led the Redside effort, winning both the 200 and 400 meters and also taking part in victorious efforts by the four by 100 and four by 400 meter relay teams.  Ellis Rager won the shot put for South Wasco.  Horizon Christian received first place finishes from Salvador Ramirez in the boys’ 1500 meters and Hannah Kempf in the girls’ triple jump, while Dufur’s Taylor Darden won both the girls’ shot put and discus.   Columbia’s boys were fourth and girls were sixth, while Stevenson’s boys were seventh and girls eighth at the Southwest Washington Class 1-A District Track and Field meet in Vancouver.  Columbia’s Shawn Tardiff won the boys’ 400 meters and the Bruin boys’ four by 400 meter relay team was also victorious.  For Stevenson, Madison McCrum won the girls’ pole vault and long jump while finishing second in the triple jump, and Brandon Campbell won the boys’ pole vault.   Lyle-Wishram held off Bickleton to with the Washington Class 1-B District 5 and 6 boys’ title in Ephrata.  The Cougars earned six first place finishes, with two coming from Gabe Montoya in the shot put an discus.  Trout Lake’s girls finished fourth.   Goldendale’s boys were third and the girls fifth in the SCAC Championships at Cle Elum-Roslyn.  Brian Golding won the boys’ 300 meter hurdles, and the Timberwolves took first in the girls’ four by 200 meter relay.   Oregon Class 5-A Play-In Softball Sandy 4, The Dalles 3 St. Helens 5, Hood River Valley 0   Oregon Class 1-A Special District 6 Baseball Tournament Championship:  Pilot Rock 6, Dufur 4 2nd Place:  Dufur 9, Irrigon 8:  Dufur hosts Toledo in the first round of the Oregon Class 2-A/1-A playoffs tomorrow at 4:30 p.m.   Oregon Class 5-A Tennis Tournament Hood River Valley’s Scottie Ziegner reached the quarter-finals of boys’ singles before being eliminated, while Marisa Cianci of  The Dalles did the same in girls’ singles.

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