PRINEVILLE — Ridgeview’s girls edged Crook County by a single point, 129-128, to win the Intermountain Conference track and field championships.
Junior Taitem Jensen led the Ravens Saturday at Crook County High, winning the 100-meter run in 13.25 seconds, the 200 in 28.26 and anchoring Ridgeview’s first-place 4x100 relay, which finished in 50.25. Jensen was named the track athlete of the girls meet.
Crook County scored 213 points over Friday and Saturday to win the IMC boys title.
Zachary Guthrie placed first in the 100 in 11.33 and the 200 in 22.69; he was named MVP of the boys meet.
Dominic Langley won the 400 in 50.68 and Miles Chaney finished first in the 800 in 2:03.46.
Guthrie, Langley, Triston Fischer and Alec Carne won the 4x400 relay in 3:29.20.
Jonas Rice took second in the 110 and 300 hurdles.
In Saturday’s field events, Guthrie won the long jump by leaping 21 feet, 6 inches.
Kenna Woodward led the Cowgirls, winning the discus with a throw of 109-11. Woodward was named field athlete of the girls meet.
Alyson Thomas, McKinzee Mode, Gracie Kasberger and Maggie Ramos won the 4x400 relay in 4:13.69.
Erin Wanamaker won two events for Redmond’s girls — the triple jump (34-111⁄2) and the 100 hurdles (16.65).
Two Outlaws claim 4A state titles: GRESHAM — Sisters senior Skyler Larson cleared 6 feet, 2 inches, good for first place in the boys high jump at the Class 4A state championships Saturday at Mt. Hood Community College. Also for Sisters, sophomore Brody Anderson sped to victory in the boys 400 meters in a time of 50.45 seconds. With Larson and Anderson leading the way, the Outlaws placed sixth as a team with 36 points.