Mapleton Track and Field
Jessica Krull Mapleton Track and Field coach said on Wednesday two Mapleton Athletes got first place finishes setting personal records in the process. Ramil Beers took first place in the 100 meters with a time of 12.1. for the girls Natalie Stevens got the top spot in the 400 meter race with a personal record time of 1:23.8. Mapleton had just 4 athletes compete in the Reedsport Invite.
The weather danced between clear skies and hail for yesterday’s Siuslaw Icebreaker, but competition went on. Some noticeables were Hunter Petterson in the 200 meter taking first place with a time of 23.59. Korbyn Marler and Austin Bailey took second and third in the 400 meter and Camden Linton and Kale Jensen finished first and second in the 800. Kyle Hughes took first in the 3000. The team of Will Johnson, Hunter Petterson, Noel Hernandez and Raymundo Brito-Xilot took first in the 4×100 relay. For the girls freshman Ava Borgnino finished third in the 200 meter with a personal record time of 31.21. freshman Adylin Holbrook finished third in the 800. Maya Wells finished thire in the 1500 just a second off the first place finisher at 5:25.35. Alison Hughes and Corduroy Holbrook finished fourth and fifth.
In the 3000 meter race it was sophomore Macy McNeill that finished first with a time of 12:03.80. the team of Maya Wells, Corduroy Holbrook, Ava Borgnino and Alison Hughes took first in the 4×100 relay. In field events Jonathan rose place third in the shot put and finished second in the discus. Kale Jensen finished first in the high jump and Kyle Hughes finished first in the pole vault with a personal record of 13’08” for the girls Danin Lacouture finished third in the shot put with a distance of 26’06”.
Siuslaw baseball is slated for a double header against Creswell with a 2 pm game time weather permitting. With the broadcast beginning at 1:45 on KCST. The Oregon State Beavers will be hosting Cal with a 5pm start time on KCFM.