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Tribe boys look very strong at Anderson Relays

Indians happy to get in a meet after two weeks of practice


by: JOHN BREWINGTON - Flying exchange. Scappoose's Paul Revis hands off to Jadyn Harris on a way to a win in the 4x100 relay at the Anderson Relays last week. The Indians are looking quite strong this season and have their sights set on a trophy at the 4A state meet.Full results from Thursday’s Anderson Relays were a little sketchy, but the Scappoose Indians boys’ track team looked a lot like they will be a force in the 4A ranks this season.

Tribe Coach David Harley was pretty pleased with the performances he got from both the boys and girls.

“Our boys are right where we had hoped they would be after two weeks of practice. We appear to be very good in the sprint races, and much improved in the field and distance events,” Harley said.

The Indians picked up some senior boys who skipped baseball this year, and it’s going to help the track team.

“Having two guys like Kenny Klippel and Paul Revis step in with the performances they had in their first meet just solidifies that belief,” the coach added. “Their opening marks were pretty impressive, but not entirely surprising given that we knew that they are both solid athletes.”by: JOHN BREWINGTON - Leaper. The Tribe's Paul Revis went 21-feet, 5-inches in his very first long jump. Revis, a senior, is out for track for the first time.

Klippel won the shot with a 42-feet, 4.5-inch throw, and also the javelin with a 151-7 toss. Revis went 21-5 in his first long jump, easily winning that event, and also posted a quick third leg of the 4x100 relay, which Scappoose won.

The Indians lost just one runner from that relay team that qualified for state last season. Revis and freshman Braden Clark were on the team Thursday. League 100-meter champion, Jadyn Harris took home the baton in the anchor leg. Harris also had the best time in the 300 hurdles.

Also coming back to the team this year after some time away, Jabin Pedro who won the discus.

It was difficult to determine some individual times in a relay meet, but overall it was an impressive start for the boys.

The Scappoose girls were missing some of their elite racers in the competition. Distance runner Tia Carnahan was nursing a minor injury, while sisters Charlie and Lucy Davidson were off on a jaunt to Las Vegas.

by: JOHN BREWINGTON - Scappoose's Phlycia Haigh ran a nice leg of the shuttle hurdles during last week's Anderson Relays in Scappoose.“Obviously on the girls’ side we were missing some key individuals, but overall we were pleased with the effort of both teams,” Harley noted.

The Lady Indians got a 79-2 in the discus from Arden Jones and freshman Jessie Powell tied for first in the high jump. Carly DiPietro won pole vault and had the best Scappoose marks in the long jump and triple jump.

The Indians were at Sweet Home on Thursday for the Darrel Deedon Icebreaker. They should have a larger complement at that meet.

“Next week we will see better competition and get more athletes involved so we should be able to get a good look at most of our team,” Harley said. “We will still have some kids missing until after spring break, but I know the kids who didn't compete yesterday are quite excited to get going with their season.”

Available Scappoose results:

Boys

300 Hurdles—Jadyn Harris, 42.12; Kyle Kramer, 46.74; David Krupsky, 49.35; 4x100 Relay—1) Scappoose (Braden Clark, Matt Shoun, Paul Revis, Jadyn Harris), 46.9; 4x200 Relay—Scappoose (Nick Rust, Michael Lohman, Elliot Kangas, Jarret White, 1:41.5; 4x400 Relay—Scappoose (Mychal Hortert, Joey Krupsky, Asa Flanagan, Braden Clark), 3:40.86; 4x800 Relay—Scappoose (Mason Reardon, Jacob Harley, Stephen Gift, Dan Carrier), 9:22.8; Sprint Medley—Scappoose (Michael Herbst, Paul Revis, Matt Shoun, Mychal Hortert), 1:50.34; Distance Medley—Scappoose (Jacob Harley, Mason Reardon, Dan Carrier, Stephen Gift), 12:19.35; 4x60 Shuttle Hurdles—Scappoose, 32.88;

Shot Put—1) Kenny Klippel, 42-4.5; Jabin Pedro, 36-8.75; Bryan McFeron, 35-0.75; Discus—1) Jabin Pedro, 123-0; Taylor Heaton, 92-6; Keenan Stevens, 79-4; Javelin—1) Kenny Klippel, 151-7; Mick Vanek, 123-0; Tyler Schillereff, 110-8; High Jump—Asa Flanagan, 5-6; Mick Vanek, 5-4; Nick Rust, 5-2; Long Jump—1) Paul Revis, 21-5; Braden Clark, 18-1; Michael Herbst, 17-7; Triple Jump—Asa Flanagan, 38-7; Joey Krupsky, 38-5; Kyle Kramer, 36-1.

Girls

4x100 Relay—Scappoose (Haley Wight, Jessie Powell, Morgan MacInnis, Hannah Carey, 2:04.4; 4x400 Relay—Scappoose (Lindsey Marquardt, Sarah Carrier, Jenny Vardanega, Macy Gray), 11:36.6; Sprint Medley—Scappoose (Rachel Bode, Nicole Andreotti, Haley Wight, Sandra Hales), 2:19.05; Shuttle Hurdles—Scappoose, 35.40;

Shot Put—Lyndsey Huff, 26-6; Arden Jones, 24-3.5; Emily Scherdnik, 20-5.75; Discus—Arden Jones, 79-2; Emily Scherdnik, 75-7; Lyndsey Huff, 67-2; Javelin—Miranda Raw, 73-8; Sandra Hales, 63-3; Hailee Holmason, 58-1; High Jump—Jessie Powell, 4-4; Sarah Davison, 4-4; Pole Vault—Carly DiPietro, 7-6. Long Jump—Carly DiPietro, 14-5; Hannah Carey, 13-3; Qi Freimuth, 12-2; Triple Jump—Carly DiPietro, 30-8; Sarah Davison, 24-7.