Sweet Home Junior High Track


June 20, 2017

Track team members at Sweet Home Junior High this year include, in front, from left, Seraiah Robbins, Hailey Morgan, Aiyana Grimes, Wyatt Aeillo, Rylie Hooley, Gracie Parker, Kelly Ogden , Jacob Ingram, Tayler Clair, Luka Ogden , Aiden Shamek, Chyler Deatherage and Dakota Seiber. In the second row, from lett, are Coach Diann Rasmussen, Erin Dietz, Austin Marler, Megan Baham, Cicily Neuschwander, Paige Chafin, Mercedes Burks, Allison Keel, Alex Springer, Jillian Lynn, Noel Burford and Coach John Mithen. In the third row, from left, are Jaren Adams, Katie Ensley, Frian Frick, Joseph Hiemenz, Natalie Rodgers, Jada Autry, Ryan Tyndall, Jorel Leyba, David Salyers, Tyler Lemmer and Jessy Hart. In the rear, from left, are Tristan Calkins, Gavin Walberg, Alex Miller, Hayden Deatheredge, Nathaniel Coleman, Trace Marler, Summer Hicks, Danae Pennington, Tristan Lemmer, Dakota Pennington and Claire James. Not pictured are Roman Davis, Chase Merritt, Kelly Ogden, Dakota Adams, Rebekah Belcher, Brody Burright, Hailey Lane, Tyler Lobdell, Madison Merrill and Emma Powell. Coach Rasmussen said the Tigers had “a good core group of kids” of whom several competed at the Oregon Middle School Meet of Champions May 25 at Corvallis High School, the defacto state championships. Eighth-grader Rebekah Belcher was Sweet Home’s top finisher, fifth in the discus (91-10) and 12th in the shot (35-4. Eighth-grader Jessy Hart was ninth in the 400 (62.49). Eighth-grader Jillian Lynn was 13th in the turbo javelin with a throw of 91-7. For the boys, eighth-grader Tristan Calkins was 11th in the turbo javelin (138-3) and 18th in the 400 (56.68). Rasmussen said eighth-grader Natalie Rogers was unable to compete at the MOC, due to an injury, after posting a turbo jav best of 109-8 (which would have been good for sixth at the MOC) and 93-6 with a 600-gram javelin earlier in the season.



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