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Sherwood track teams keep going strong

The Sherwood High School track and field teams had their share of highlights at the Oregon Relays, held Friday and Saturday at Hayward Field in Eugene.

Leading the way for the Bowmen teams was sophomore Frances Pavao, who placed first in the girls high jump competition with a height of 5 feet, 3 inches.

Also for the Lady Bowmen, sophomore Kathryn Mariman placed second in the pole vault with a height of 10-3. Junior Kristin Oenning was fifth in the high jump, clearing 5-1.

For the Sherwood boys at Oregon Relays, senior Curtis Fisher was third in the triple jump with a distance of 44-4¾. Senior Kole Krieger cleared 13-5½ to place fifth in the pole vault.

Prior to the Oregon Relays, the Sherwood teams split a Northwest Oregon Conference dual meet with Century held last Thursday at Sherwood High School.

The Sherwood girls scored a 91-54 win over Century to improve to 1-3 in league meets. For the Lady Bowmen, sophomore Kaitlyn Harbick had a big meet. She won the long jump with a mark of 14-11½. She sprinted to victory in 200 in 28.34 and she teamed with Michaela Loewer, Mesha Perkins and Amy Vanderberg to win the 4 x 100 relay in 54.38.

The Sherwood boys fell 74-67 to Century, giving the Bowmen a 2-2 league record.

Krieger won the 110 high hurdles in 16.13 and he had a winning mark of 13-0 in the pole vault. Fisher triumphed in both the long jump and the triple jump.

The Bowmen were slated to host Parkrose in a NWOC dual meet on Wednesday. Results of that meet weren't available when the Times went to press.

This upcoming Wednesday, Sherwood travels to Wilsonville for a league meet starting at 4 p.m.