Sherwood boys come close in track setback to Hillsboro
The Sherwood High School boys track and field team came close, but the Bowmen weren't quite able to knock Hillsboro from the ranks of the Northwest Oregon Conference unbeatens.
The Spartans moved to 3-0 in league meets by edging the Bowmen 75-70 in a league dual meet held April 9 at Sherwood High School. The Sherwood boys fell to 1-2 with the setback.
Senior Kole Krieger had a pair of individual wins for Sherwood. He had a winning time of 16.46 seconds in the 110-meter high hurdles and he cleared 12 feet, 0 inches to win the pole vault event.
Senior Curtis Fisher jumped to a pair of wins for the Bowmen. He had a winning mark of 21-2 in the long jump and he triumphed in the triple jump with a distance of 40-10.
Junior J.D. Kerekanich had a winning throw of 43-8 in the shot put. Senior Brantley Miller-Stecher ran to victory in the 400 in 53.80 and senior Joel Hale triumphed in the 800 in 2:05.28.
Miller-Stecher and Hale teamed with Tyler Holstrom and Jordan Bigam to win the 4 x 400 relay in 3:42.91.
The Sherwood girls fell 84-61 to Hillsboro, giving the Lady Bowmen a league record of 0-3.
Sherwood junior Kristin Oenning ran to victory in the 800 in 2:32.04 and she tied sophomore teammate Frances Pavao for first place in the high jump with a mark of 5-0.
Sophomore Kathryn Mariman cleared 10-0 to win the pole vault. Sophomore Kaitlyn Harbick had a winning distance of 15-4 in the long jump. Sophomore Kassee Flint won the discus with a mark of 98-1 and sophomore Mesha Perkins won the 400 in 1:06.82.
The team of Daniela Solis, Michaela Loewer, Harbick and Perkins won the 4 x 100 relay in 52.97.