Conrad Greeley wins twice at Sandy Invite
BOYS TRACK & FIELD
|Team (top 5)||Score|
|3. Hood River Valley|
|4. The Dalles|
SANDY — Barlow senior Conrad Greeley won double titles to help the Bruin boys to a fifth-place team finish at Saturday's Sandy Invitational.
Greeley spent the morning alternating between the long jump runway and the pole vault pit.
Greeley won the long jump at 19-8, overtaking Liberty's Rashid Muse in the fourth round of jumps. Tanner Davisson challenged in the fifth round, but the tape measure came up an inch short of Greeley's top effort.
Greeley four legal jumps all landed within six inches of each other.
The pole vault became a two-person showdown between Greeley and Liberty's Jaxson Lake as the bar was raised to 13 feet. Greeley stayed in contention with a third-attempt clearance at that height, then trotted to the end of the runway and got over the bar at 13-6 on his first try for the win.
Greeley accounted for 20 team points.
Also in the field, Barlow's Nathaniel Koenig was fourth in the discus. Logan Lafey (200) and Colin Betherum (800) each placed fifth for Barlow's best finishes on the track.
Damascus Christian's Matt Mitchell came in third in the high jump.
GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
|Team (top 5)||Score|
|2. Hood River Valley|
|3. The Dalles|
Sophomore Reanna Maroon had the Bruins top finish in the girls meet by taking second in the pole vault, while Libby Mathis (shot put) and Emory Miller (300 hurdles) each came away with fourth-place finishes. Barlow tied for sixth with 47 team points.
Damascus Christian's Adrienne Mai led the local small schools with runner-up finishes in the 100 and 200 sprints, while Corbett senior Sarah McMichael was second in the 400.
Sandy won 10 total events and swept both the boys and girls team titles.
Senior Keeley Rasmussen doubled up in the shot put and discus, while Marley Salveter won the 100 and 200 sprints.
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