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OSAA State Meet Recap

OSAA State Meet - May 16 - 18


1A/2A/3A

Jaya Simmons of Valley Catholic

Oregon State Meet started on Thursday at the 1A/2A/3A level and the first distance final being the 3000 meters. Jaya Simmons of Valley Catholic from the 3A division ran the fastest girl's time out of the three divisions by running 10:05.29. Jett Leavitt of Joseph in the 1A division ran the fastest boy's time Thursday in the 3000 with 8:55.76 victory.


Ronan Gantzos of Oregon Episcopal

Friday night saw the 1A/2A/3A run finals in the 1500 and 800 meter races. Sophie Schoolmeester of Banks ran the fastest girls 1500 on Friday night with a time of 4:46.17. Daisy Lalonde of East Linn Christian won the 1A girls 1500 and Thursday's 3000 meter races. Grady Greenwood of Condon in the 1A division ran the fastest time from all three divisions in the 1500 with a time of 4:02.00. Clayton Wilson of Reedsport won the 2A boys 1500 and Thursday's 3000 meter racces and Ronan Gantzos of Oregon Episcopal won the 3A boys 1500 and 3000.


Sophie Schoolmeester of Banks

Sophie Schoolmeester of Banks ran the fastest 800 from all three divisions with a 3A victory in a time of 2:14.49. Paiten Braseth of Imbler won the 1A girls 3000 and 800. Grady Greenwood of Condon won his second title of the day with the 1A victory in the 800 and the fastest time on Friday night with a time of 1:57.25


To download photos taken by Peter Davis from the 1A/2A/3A races, click HERE


Friday 4A/5A/6A


Emily Wisniewski of Crescent Valley

Brooke Perry of La Grande opened the large school portion of the state meet with a victory in the 4A girls 3000 in a time of 10:30.87. Perry won the 4A girls 3000 last year too. Emily Wisniewski of Crescent Valley successfully defended her 5A girls 3000 title with her win in a time of 9:46.39. Wisniewski has now won three 5A girls 3000 titles. Chloe Huyler of Lakeridge showed her strength to leave the pack to win the 6A girls 3000 in a time of 9:33.15.


Download the photos from the girls 3000 and 800 prelims, click HERE


Malachi Schoenherr of Sheldon

Finn Collson of Newport ran a PB in the 4A boys 3000 with a winning time of 8:35.36. Josiah Tostenson of Crater is having a stellar junior track season and now has a 5A boys 3000 to add to the season highlight. His winning time was 8:12.94. Sophomore Malachi Schoenherr of Sheldon fired up his hometown crowd with his 6A boys 3000 win in a time of 8:14.18.


Download the photos from the boys 3000 and 800 prelims, click HERE


Saturday 4A/5A/6A


Ellery Lincoln of Lincoln

On Saturday, freshman Macallan Cutsforth of North Marion raced like a championship veteran with her 4A girls 1500 meter victory in a time of 4:49.67. Artana Nice of North Eugene had a great start to her racing day with her 5A girls 1500-meter win in a time of 4:36.34. Ellery Lincoln of Lincoln became the second freshman girl champion of the day with an OSAA 1500-meter title with her 4:25.64 victory.


Artana Nice of North Eugene

Haley Butenschoen of Stayton successfully defended her 4A girls 800 meter title with her 2:18.37 victory. Artana Nice of North Eugene came back in the 800 and won her second title of the day with the 5A girls win in a time of 2:15.80. Lauren Ayers of Tualatin, Ellery Lincoln of Lincoln and Sophia Malinoski all raced earlier in the meet at the 1500-meter race and now were locked in a tight race with 200 meters to go in the 6A girls 800 meter race. Malinoski was able to push to the finish line for the 2:13.76 victory.


Download the photos from the girls 1500 and 800 finals, click HERE


Josiah Tostenson of Crater

Austin Uhl of La Grande took the lead early in the 4A boys 1500 and finished with the winning time of 4:01.20. Josiah Tostenson of Crater won the 5A boys 1500 as a freshman two years ago and won his second 5A boys title with a 3:50.92 victory. Asher Danielson has raced a memorable senior season in both cross country and track and just missed titles winning Oregon State Meet titles in both sports this season. He closed his career with a 6A boys 1500-meter title with 3:54.31 win.


Austin Uhl of La Grande

Austin Uhl of La Grande returned from his 1500 meter title victory and won the 4A boys 800 meter title as well with a 4A state meet record time of 1:53.64. Dane Giessler of Caldera pulled away from a packed field to win the 5A boys 800-meter race in a time of 1:54.50. In an exciting 6A boys 800-meter final, Jan Bremer of South Eugene had the lead in the final 300-meters of the race. Clackamas' Kruz Mogel took the lead with 200-meters to go. Bremer fought back to take the lead and then Peter Bradbury of Roosevelt vied for the lead. As they neared the finish line, Adam Reeder of Sheldon came from way back from the pack to try to beat both Bradbury and Bremer. At the finish, Bremer leaned for the win in a time of 1:53.86.


Download the photos from the boys 1500 and 800 finals, click HERE


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