Mt. Hood CC freshman McKenzie Warren picked up three wins at the Cougar Open at Clackamas Community College on Saturday. She was first in the discus (137-feet-6-inches), the shot put (40-5) and the hammer throw (158-6). Megan Nelson made it a clean sweep for the Saints throwers by winning the javelin (113-0), while Tori Dixson was second in the shot put and discus.
The Saints went 1-2-3 in the 100, led by Kristi Kachel in 13.20 seconds. She also won the 200 (27.77) and the long jump (16-0 1/4), while Christa Collmer finished second in the 400. Molly Scoles won the 400 hurdles (1:05.09), while Charlene Manning was second in the high hurdles.
? On the mens side, Tyler Callahan extended the school record in the javelin with a winning throw of 223-7. He also finished fourth in the discus.
L.T. Avants was second in the 400 by .02 hundredths. He also joined Damascus Christian graduate Caleb Coe to run legs on the winning 400 and 1,600 relays.
Schroder places fifth in javelin
Makena Schroder, a freshman at Texas Christian, finished fifth in the javelin with a best-heave of 147-feet-2-inches at the Michael Johnson Classic hosted at Baylor University on Saturday. She had three throws in her series that surpassed the 145-foot line.
Lakers cant score against Mt. Hood
The Mt. Hood CC baseball team scored a 5-0, 2-0 doubleheader sweep at SW Oregon on Tuesday. The Saints moved ahead in the first game with a pair of runs in the second inning. Jake Thran led the attack by hitting 3 for 4 with a triple, while Marcus Blackmon went 2 for 4 with a double and two RBIs. Jon Bjorklund and Myles Richard combined for the shutout with Bjorkland striking out five batters.
The second game remained scoreless into the sixth inning before Ryan Degner connected on an RBI-single. Saints pitchers Clint Burris and Zev Egli combined for the shutout, giving up only four hits.
Youngs finishes fifth at Corvallis race
Nate Youngs, 32, of Boring placed fifth overall at the Corvallis Sprint Triathlon on Saturday. He covered the course in 1 hour, 3 minutes, 49 seconds, and had the quickest transition times in the exchange zones of anyone in the field.
Ray Fiori, 37, of Albany won the event in 1:01:01.