SISTERS — Sweet Home High had two winners apiece in the boys and girls competitions during Thursday’s three-team track meet in Sisters.
Bethany Gingerich finished first in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 17.47 seconds while Sweet Home teammate Beck Belchere won the discus at 92 feet, 6 inches.
In the boys meet, Austin Stevens topped the field in the long jump (20-8) and Noah Dinsfriend recorded the winning time in the 110 hurdles (17.36).
SHERIDAN — Santiam Christian cruised to boys and girls team titles at a 10-school West Valley League track and field meet in Sheridan.
The Eagles finished with 113 team points on the girls side while the boys tallied 107.5.
Amanda Preston swept the hurdles races, winning the 100-meter event in 18.48 seconds and the 300 in 53.57. Kaia Bolster, Tommi Villers, Rebeka Preston and Amanda Preston teamed up to place first in the 4X100 relay with a time of 52.5.
In the boys meet, SC junior Josh Judd ran 12.33 to take the 100. Austin Bradford won the 3,000 (10:57.01) while Brennen Sorah finished first in the 300 hurdles (44.34).
Two SC boys won field events: Ian Smith (high jump, 5-10) and Noah Hubele (pole vault, 9-6).
Sydney Beers won four events Wednesday to lead the West Albany girls to a dual meet win against McKay.
Beers was first in the 100-meter hurdles (18.87 seconds), 300 hurdles (55.93), high jump (4-10) and triple jump (32-6½). Teammate Alyssa Walls won the shot put (36-2) and discus (98-11).
West's Luke Killinger won the boys 110 hurdles (17.03) and 300 hurdles (45.77), and teammate Aiden Paul was first in the shot put (47-4) and discus (131-5).
West won the girls dual 88-42 but lost the boys 70-56.
LEBANON — Hannah Mason claimed the 1,500 (5:12.6) and 3,000 (11:15.71) Wednesday as the Lebanon girls won a three-team meet.
Raymond Knuth won the boys 200 (24.26) and ran a leg on the winning 4x100 relay (47.32). The Warriors swept the team titles in the meet, which also included Central and Corvallis.
SCIO — The Loggers exceeded 20 runs for the third consecutive game Thursday afternoon in a 23-1, five-inning PacWest Conference rout of Gervais.
Scio (11-2, 2-0) will take a nine-game winning streak into Tuesday’s home matchup with Salem Academy.