Regis third at state track: Woodcock, Boyd star for Rams

June, 2017 Posted in Community, Sports & Recreation

James DayBrendon Woodcock and Ryan Boyd helped lead the Regis boys track and field team to a third-place finish at the OSAA Class 2A state meet at Hayward Field in Eugene.

Woodcock won the 400 (50.53), took second in the 200 (22.96), ran a leg on the Rams’ winning 4×400 relay team and added a leg on their 4×100 relay squad that finished second.

Also on the long relay quartet, which ran 3:31.43, were Ethan Lulay, Boyd and Eric Gustin. Lulay, Courage Minten and Gustin joined Woodcock in the short relay, which clocked 45.71. Lulay, Woodcock and Gustin ran on the 2016 4×400 team that also won at state.

Boyd, in addition to his relay leg, was third in the 110 hurdles (16.17), third in the 300 hurdles (42.40) and fourth in the pole vault (12-6).

Regis, the defending boys champions, finished with 61 points, trailing only Weston McEwen (67) and Bandon (63).

Regis’ Josh Mumey, meanwhile, took third in the high jump and 10th in the triple jump. Rams athlete Adair Pelayo was seventh in the javelin.

Santiam, meanwhile, scored 10 points, led by Joshua Ballard (fourth in high jump), Brody Davidson (4th in long jump) and John McCormick (11th in discus).

Kylie Fisk took sixth in the 300 hurdles and 11th in the 100 hurdles for the Regis girls.

Meanwhile, in the Class 4A meet Kalulu Ngaida took second in the triple jump (37-2) and fourth in the high jump (5-3) to lead the Cascade girls squad, which scored 13 points and finished 20th.

Also competing for the Cougars’ girls squad were Elisa Kanoff (11th in 100), Maliah Russell (12th in 800) and the 4×100 relay squad that took 10th. Lauren Baddeley of Stayton took 10th in the triple jump.

In the boys Class 4A meet Cascade’s Brandon Martin finished fourth in the 200 (22.91) and fifth in the 100 (11.27) for the Cougars, who tied for 23rd with nine points. Dominic Federico took 11th in the discus, Martin was 12th in the long jump and Cody Teal was 14th in the shot put for Cascade.

Casey Pugh of Stayton and teammate Matthew Frazeur, finished sixth and seventh, respectively, in the 3,000. Pugh, who also took ninth in the 1,500, ran 9:18.48 in the 3K, with Frazeur right behind at 9:19.57. The Eagles 4×100 relay squad finished 11th.

Baseball, softball: At Our Town’s presstime Regis still was in the hunt for a third state baseball title under retiring coach Don Heuberger. The Rams opened the 2A-1A tournament with a 10-1 win vs. Bonanza, the 717th victory of Heuberger’s career.

In Class 4A baseball Sisters eliminated Cascade 5-0. The Cougars finished 13-12 after advancing to the round of 16 via an 8-3 play-in win at Ontario.

In the Class 2A-1A softball tournament Regis lost 10-0 at Pilot Rock/Nixyaawii in the round of 16. The Rams finished the season 7-15.

Tennis: In the Class 4A girls singles tournament Erica Mitchell of Cascade advanced to the quarterfinals, while also participating were Jenica Wiebenga of the Cougars and Emma Lindemann of Stayton.

In doubles, Tori Lewis and Alejandra Osuna of Cascade made it to the consolation semifinals before falling to a team from Vale.

In the Class 4A boys doubles tournament the Cascade boys teams of Michael Biddington and Peyton Hunt and district champions Daniel Suelze and Yannik Hulbert advanced to the quarterfinals before being eliminated.

Golf: Stayton finished fifth and Cascade was 11th in the Class 4A tournament at Trysting Tree in Corvallis. Aidan Hill led the way for the Eagles, finishing tied for ninth with a 36-hole total of 160. Also participating for Stayton were Evan Massena (21st, 171), Alex Cramer (tied for 27th, 177), James Bridge (tied for 32nd, 180) and Cole Atiyeh (57th, 204.

Eric Duff was the top finisher for Cascade with a two-round score of 177, which tied him with Stayton’s Cramer for 27th. Also playing for the Cougars were Carson Hunt (tied for 35th, 181), Nick Duncan (tied for 38th, 183), Ian Huber (46th, 192) and Jackson Christian (tied for 49th, 194).

The Regis boys, meanwhile, finished ninth in the Class 3A-2A-1A tournament at Eagle Crest in Redmond. Kyle Humphries led the way for the Rams, finishing tied for fourth with a two-round total of 157. Also participating for the Rams were Dawson Dickey (tied for 10th, 161), Casey Humphries (tied for 15th, 165) and Jacob May (66th, 256).

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