Track and Field; Marist Defeats Vikings; Ducks Over Beavers

Track and Field

Siuslaw Track and field hosted a JV meet yesterday with Harrisburg, Marist, Pacific, Junction City, Elmira and Cottage Grove.  Ryan Rendon Padilla shattered the Siuslaw school record in the Javelin previously held by Trent Reavis.  Rendon-Padilla tossed the stick a record 191-07 breaking the record by 9ft 5 inches. Hannah Rannow posted a personal record best time in the 400 meters with 1:04.84.  In the men’s 200 meter junior Isaiah Jones set a personal record with a first place finish at 24.94.

Siuslaw ladies took the top 4 spots in the 800 meter race with Hannah Rannow taking the top spot and Gracie Freudenthal, Naomi Shoji, and Anne Wartnik followed in order.

In the men’s 400 meter Siuslaw took 3 of the top four spots with Kiger Johnson finishing first with a time of 55.76 a personal record for him.  Freshman Aedan Lawrence finished second with a personal record time of 57.31.  Isaiah Jones finished 4th.

Junior Brendon Jensen finished first in the 800 meter with a personal record time of 2:05.74.

Chloe Madden finished second in the 1500 meter with a personal record time of 5:34.32.  Sophomore Brea Blankenship finished 1st in the 3000 meters with a personal record time of 11:20.59 followed by freshman Rylee Colton with a personal record time of 11:36.93.

Davina Galli finished second in both the 100m and 300m hurdles.

Sophomore Ryan Jennings finished first in the 1500 meter race with a personal record time of 4:38.11. Madison Reynolds tossed the shot put 32ft 6 inches for a first place finish and Andrea Osbon hurled the discus for a first place distance of 94ft 3 ½ inches.  Ryan Jennings took first in the 300 meter hurdles.  Matthew Horrillo took second place in the shot put and Ryan Rendon Padilla took first place in the the discus as well.  Track and field will participate in the Prefontaine Rotary Invitational in Eugene on Saturday.

Marist Defeats Vikings

The Siuslaw Viking began the Sky-Em season with a bang.  The bang being the sound of Marist’s bats as they rung up 14 runs on the Vikings in Eugene last night.  According to Coach Tom Shinn, Gabe Simington had a good showing as starting pitcher, but had gotten to 60 pitches by the second inning and in order for him to be eligible for Friday’s play had to be rested.  In the third Clay Kramer pitched for Siuslaw allowing 5 hits with 5 batters and 7 runs scored. Recording only 1 out.  Final score 14-0.

Siuslaw ladies met with Marist on the softball diamond.  Marist defeated the Vikings 11-0.

Ducks Over Beavers

The Oregon Ducks defeated the OSU Beavers in Corvallis last night 12-8