Kelly sweeps sprints at Titan Twilight
Lane’s Ben Kelly won the 100 meters (11.06 seconds) and 200 (22.56) during the Titan Twilight meet at Lane Community College on Thursday.
Titans also scoring wins were Joel Johnson in the pole vault (15 feet, 4¼ inches), the men’s 4x100 relay (42.53), Daysha Simms-Garcia in the women’s 200 (26.35) and Alli Cross in the women’s 3,000 (10:11.39). Competitors included Bridget Franek, who won the women’s 800 (2:13.33), and Geena Gall-Lara, who won the women’s 400 (55.50). FULL RESULTS
Titans collect three victories at invitational
ASHLAND — The Lane track and field team captured a trio of first-place finishes Saturday at the Southern Oregon Invitational.
Ryan Fujita won the 400 meters in 50.62 seconds and Trevor Thomas cleared 14 feet, ½ inch to lead a top-three sweep by the Titan men in the pole vault. Sean Duncan and Joel Johnson also cleared 14-½ to tie for second. Teammate Mike’l Andreason took second in both the long jump and triple jump. Northwest Christian’s Garret Kraal grabbed second in the 5,000 meters.
On the women’s side, Lane’s Tori Romig won the 400 (1:01.49) and Alyssa Taylor took second in the hammer (137-8.75). Northwest Christian’s Shaneesa Applegate took second in the 100 hurdles (15.49).
West Valley’s Sudduth signs to run at Lane College in Oregon
FAIRBANKS—Track and field, said Charles Sudduth, is the sport in which he’s least experienced. It’s the sport, though, in which he will compete in college.
The West Valley High School senior signed a junior college National Letter of Intent with Lane College, of Eugene, Oregon, during a ceremony on Tuesday afternoon in the West Valley library.
“I just saw myself going the farthest in track with my career,” Sudduth said before a throng of West Valley friends, teammates, classmates, administrators, teachers and coaches. Sudduth was joined at a table by his mother, Jeannette Berry; his father, Charles Sudduth Sr.; and Milo Griffin, West Valley’s head track and field coach for six seasons. Full Story Here
Lane Titans Signing Day
Alli Cross and Nicole Maurmann, both sophomore student athletes for the Lane Titan Cross Country and Track programs signed letter of intents today. Alli signed with University of Hawaii' at Manoa and Nicole signed with Western Oregon University. Alli has a personal best of 17:47 in the 5k and 4:45 in the 1500m. Nicole has personal bests of 10:09 in the 3000m and 4:45 in the 1500m.