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Huskies keep rising at La Pine Invite



The Sherman Huskies tacked on 20 more personal records to swell their total to 167 overall in scoring 12 top-5 finishes, including a javelin win and a personal record from Andie Harrison at Saturday’s La Pine Invitational Meet.

It has been an impressive streak for the senior Harrison, who with last week’s efforts, secured her third victory of the season.

In the past three weeks, she has steadily improved on her javelin throw, going from 114-feet-1 inch, to a then personal record of 117-4 at the Dick Horyna Invite on April 11 to a new career-best toss of 118-9 in La Pine.

She now jumps to No. 2 in the state with her distance.

Janet Guzman set a personal record with a 80-6 in the discus for fourth place, and the 4x400-meter relay team of Brittney Orendorff, Emily Hill, Sabrina Green-Hite and Guzman staged a season-best five minutes and 33.56 seconds.

Orendorff added a fourth in the 300-meter hurdles at 54.62, Meagan McKinney followed with a 14-04.5 in the long jump to garner fifth place, and grabbed fourth place with a 13.86 in the 100-meters.

In addition to being part of a record-setting relay team, Hill tacked on personal-bests in the 100-meters (15.76), the 100-meter hurdles (21.01) and the 300-meter hurdles (1:01.07).

Those numbers led the Lady Huskies to 44 points and fifth place.

Summit won the event with 226 points, La Pine (101) ended up in second place, Burns (95) scored third and Redmond (74.5) was good enough for fourth place out of the tough 10-team field.

Summit’s boys completed the daylong sweep with 199.5 points, taking charge by more than 79.5 points over second-place Redmond.

La Pine ((107), Madras (63.5), Burns (58.5) and Sherman (40) rounded out the top-6 in the standings.

The boy’s team had their fair share of dominant performances on the day with five top-5 placings.

Brett Evans clocked in at 2:12.92 to snare second place in the 800-meters and Isaiah Coles hit the double with a pair of silver medals in the long jump and triple jump.

In the long jump, the freshman hopped to 19-3.25 and he fell nearly four inches short of a personal record in the triple with a distance of 39-11.

Coles set personal bests in the 110-meter hurdles for fifth place in 17.71 and he tallied fourth place in the 300-meters with a PR of 46.41.

Hunter Grevnik placed eighth in the 3,000-meters at 11:43.35, Kevin Hart added an 86-5 in the discus and Kenny Earl placed seventh in the shotput with a toss of 38-6.5, a personal record.

The Huskies compete again Saturday at 11 a.m. in Condon for the Bill Bowerman Invitational.



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