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The Falcon sophomore is one of a number of Hillsboro area high school stars that strutted their stuff at historic Hayward Field last weekend

HILLSBORO TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Liberty's Aidan Maloney leaps over a hurdle during the OSAA 6A State Track and Field Championships, May 20 at Hayward Field in Eugene.Another state track and field championships is in the books, and per usual the Metro League made its mark. Jesuit and Beaverton both finished in the top-three, Sunset was 10th, and Liberty finished 14th thanks to another outstanding performance from sophomore Aidan Maloney.

The Falcon finished second in the 110 meter hurdles, tied for second in the 300 Hurdles, and third in the long jump, setting personal records in all three. Maloney ran a 14.47 in the 110, 38.57 in the 300, and long jumped 22-05, within striking distance of the event winners in each and every event.

Other Hillsboro finishers included Century's Derek Jackson who finished 13th in the discus with a throw of 44-11.50, Glencoe's James Plummer who cleared 13-06 in the pole vault and placed 9th, and Liberty's Henry Hamilton who tied for 12th in the high jump.

On the girl's side, Century standout and Portland State bound Meggie Karp finished sixth in a very competitive 3000 meters with a time of 9:59.88, and 10th in the 1500 with a time of 4:44.91. Other Hillsboro finishers included Liberty's Nicol Dorciak who finished seventh in the 300 hurdles with a time of 46.90, Glencoe's Ayana Ramberg who placed ninth in the discus with a throw of 102-90, Glencoe's Sydney Larrison who threw the javelin 109-06 and finished 12th, and Liberty's Breeze Bartle who placed 9th in the high jump.

Oregon City ended up winning the boy's division with 56 points, with Jesuit second with 51, Beaverton third with 41, Central Catholic fourth with 37, and Sheldon rounding-out the top-five with 34. Liberty had 20 points and finished 14th, while Glencoe and Century failed to score. Jesuit won the girl's division with 71 points, while West Salem was second with 57, Grants Pass third with 51, Barlow fourth with 47, and Sunset fifth with 45. Century scored 3 points and finished 34th, while Liberty scored 2 and finished tied for 35th. Glencoe failed to score.

HILLSBORO TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Century's Meggie Karp competes during the OSAA 6A State Track and Field Championships, May 20 at Hayward Field in Eugene.The following were the top two finishers in the boy's division, in addition to Hillsboro finishers: 100m – Anthony Albright Beaverton 10.54, Rieker Daniel Oregon City 10.66. 200m – Rieker Daniel Oregon City 21.49, Braden Lenzy Tigard 21.73. 400m – Braden Lenzy Tigard 47.92, Jake Harthun Oregon City 48.81. 800m – Henry Mong Franklin 1:52.78, Philip Quinton Grant 1:53.52. 1500m – Henry Mong Franklin 3:50.52, Joshua Schumacher Jesuit 3:53.07. 3000m – Joshua Schumacher Jesuit 8:29.91, Quincy Norman Forest Grove 8:34.72. 110m Hurdles – Carter Bracken Lake Oswego 14.24, Aidan Maloney Liberty 14.47. 300m Hurdles – Ryan Cavinta Tualatin 37.85, Antonio Angel Jesuit 38.57, (3rd) Aidan Maloney Liberty 38.57. 4x100 Relay – Beaverton 42.41, Jesuit 42.47. 4x400 Relay – Central Catholic 3:22.20, Grants Pass 3:24.05. Shot Put – Tyler Sconce Roseburg 55-09, Tre Holmes North Medford 54-07.50, (13th) Derek Jackson Century 44-11.50. Discus Austin Kleinman Sprague 168-06, Karsten Collins Sunset 166-04. Javelin – Sawyer Christopher Lincoln 189-11, Roth Morgan Cleveland 184-10. High Jump – Beau Sheeran Beaverton 6-07, Isaac Overson Westview 6-06, (11th) Henry Hamilton Liberty No Height. Pole Vault – Simon Park South Eugene 16-02, Micah Masei West Salem 15-03, (9th) James Plummer Glencoe 13-06. Long Jump – Jacob Williams Sheldon 22-09.75, Able Taylor Reynolds 22-08.50, (3rd) Aidan Maloney Liberty 22-05. Triple Jump – Joseph Harris Gresham 47-00.75, Parker Mann Central Catholic 46-04.

HILLSBORO TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Glencoe's Ayana Ramberg throws the discus during the OSAA 6A State Track and Field Championships, May 20 at Hayward Field in Eugene.The following were the top two finishers in the girl's division, in addition to Hillsboro finishers: 100m – Deshae Wise Grants Pass 11.97, Fechi Nmereole Gresham 12.05. 200m – Rebekah Miller North Salem 24.58, Sara Turner Barlow 24.80. 400m – Madison Hergert Newberg 56.42, Lauren Paven Tigard 56.83. 800m – Kelly Makin Sunset 2:10.99, Taylor Chiotti Southridge 2:12.01. 1500m – Kelly Makin Sunset 4:33.47, Makenna Schumacher Jesuit 4:34.59, (10th) Meggie Karp Century 4:44.91. 3000m – Makenna Schumacher Jesuit 9:42.56, Olivia Johnson Barlow 9:42.58, (6th) Meggie Karp Century 9:59.88. 100m Hurdles – Deshae Wise Grants Pass 13.96, Renick Meyer Barlow 14.42. 300m Hurdles – Deshae Wise Grants Pass 42.86, Skyler Blair Southridge 43.84, (7th) Nicol Dorciak Liberty 46.90. 4x100 Relay – Jesuit 48.03, Barlow 48.34. 4x400 Relay – West Salem 3:56.65, Sunset 3:57.96. Shot Put – Jaida Ross North Medford 43-07.75, Shelby Moran Sherwood 42-07.25. Discus - Ava David Lake Oswego 134-04, Alyssa Workman Tualatin 128-08, (9th) Ayana Ramberg Glencoe 102-09. Javelin – Keira McCarrell West Salem 146-11, Kaia Alexander South Salem 141-04, (12th) Sydney Larrison Glencoe 109-06. High Jump – Sydney Denham Lincoln 5-06, Savannah Proske David Douglas 5-06, (11th) Breeze Bartle Liberty No Height. Pole Vault – Oliva Neal Sunset 11-09, Julia Colling Centennial 11-06, (11th) Myah Jensen Glencoe 10-00, Gabrielle Justen Glencoe No Height. Long Jump – Judith Baxter Game Grant 18-05.75, Peace Igbonagwam Reynolds 18-05.75. Triple Jump – Taylor McCarrell West Salem 38-02.25, Peace Igbonagwam Reynolds 37-10.50, (14th) Courtney Buckley Century 33-03.75.

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