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Sherwood soars in season opener


The Bowmen turn in top marks in track meet at Aloha

ALOHA — The Sherwood High School track and field teams got their seasons started in dominating fashion.

The Sherwood boys had first-place finishes in nine events and the Lady Bowmen triumphed in 10 events at the three-school, season-opening Ice Breaker meet held March 13 at Aloha High School.

The Sherwood girls came up big in the throwing events at the meet, which also included Aloha and Hood River Valley.

Sherwood junior Elyse Cuthbertson won the shot put with a throw of 33 feet, 10 1/4 inches and she also triumphed in the javelin with a mark of 119-10. Senior Emily Hamilton made it a sweep for the Sherwood girls in the throws, as she won the discus with a toss of 107-6.

Sherwood sophomore Rebekah Quaglio ran to victory in both hurdles events. She won the 100-meter high hurdles in a time of 17.8 seconds and she had a winning mark of 54.7 in the 300 low hurdles.

Also for the Lady Bowmen, freshman Haley Howe won the 1,500 in 5:16.81, senior Emily Sackinger cleared 9-6 to place first in the pole vault, senior Jessica Imbrie won the long jump with a mark of 15-4 and sophomore Mikala Otto had a winning distance of 31-2 1/2 in the triple jump.

Sherwood also got a victory from its 4 x 100 relay team of senior Mikayla Howes, junior Emily Harris, freshman Morgan McMasters and junior Marina Parker. That team turned in a time of 52.02.

Senior Cristian Morris sprinted to a pair of victories for the Sherwood boys. Morris won the 100 in a time of 11.0 and he had a winning mark of 22.6 in the 200.

Morris also teamed with junior Cole Nixon, senior Cody Thompson and junior Hunter Pfefferkorn to win the 4 x 400 relay in 3:36.7.

Nixon also won the 400 in 52.9 and Thompson triumphed in the 1,500 with a time of 4:23.75.

Also for the Sherwood boys, sophomore Austin Tull had a winning mark of 45.5 in the 300 intermediate hurdles, senior Logan Smith won the shot put with a throw of 46-51?„4, senior Zach Milligan cleared 6-2 to take first place in the high jump and junior Alex Castaneda had a winning distance of 39-10 in the triple jump.

The Bowmen teams were scheduled to host the Sherwood Coed Relays on Wednesday. Results from that meet weren’t available when the Times went to press.