Coquille's Dieu covers course in record time.
Byline: Steve Mims The Register-Guard
Holli Dieu was the fastest girl in the state on Saturday.
Now the Coquille co·quille
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[French, from Latin conch junior is the fastest girl in Class 3A history after winning the OSAA OSAA Oregon School Activities Association
OSAA Office of the Special Adviser on Africa (United Nations body)
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OSAA Office of the Sergeant-At-Arms (Philippines) cross country championship in 18 minutes, 18 seconds at Lane Community College. Dieu beat the record of 18:33 set by Philomath's Brianna Anderson-Gregg last year.
"That's what I was shooting for, so I'm excited," Dieu said.
Dieu's time is the third fastest winning time in state history regardless of classification. Bend's Kimber Mattox won the 4A race in 18:19.
Dieu ran the first mile in 5:30 and was by herself for most of the race.
"I did what I wanted to do," Dieu said. "I wanted to go out hard and run a fast first mile and I did that. At the start, everyone was next to me but then we hit the mud right away and a lot of girls slowed down and I picked it up. On the track at the end, I was really pushing hard."
Dieu finished 21 seconds ahead of runner-up Ilsa Paulson of Sherwood. The sophomore was primarily a basketball player last season, but said she is now focused on running.
"I was running sprints on the track for basketball and the cross country coach saw me and said he thought I would do well at cross country," Paulson said. "I like to run, so I went out for cross country and I've loved it ever since."
Siuslaw won its first-ever girls team title with 71 points. The Vikings, who placed second last season, finished 57 points ahead of runner-up North Bend North Bend is the name of several places in the United States of America:
"This team has a lot of experience for a young team," Siuslaw coach Chris Johnson Chris Johnson may refer to:
"To have four runners back after finishing second, it helps having been through that. Last year we were five points away and happy with second place, but it did not sit as well as they wanted it to."
Sophomore Leah Twombly led the way in 11th place at 20:00. Kaylee Gruber Gru·ber , Max von 1853-1927.
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"It means a lot," Twombly said. "The team title was really our goal this season, it was what we worked for. Everyone kept it in the back of their head."
Siuslaw was also given the Academic All-State Award for girls cross country with a combined grade point average of 4.0.
"Those are good kids, they listened and bought in," Johnson said. "It means a lot to me that good people came through like that when it matters most."
Megan Hibner finished fourth for North Bend, and Ally Romanko and Jessianne Heley were 10th and 12th, respectively. Elmira's Lauren Zaludek was fifth.
Marist, which was led by Meghan Whalen's 21st-place finish, earned a trophy by placing fourth at 157.
Mattox won the 4A title in her first appearance at state. The sophomore won the Intermountain in·ter·moun·tain
Located between mountains or mountain systems, especially lying between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada or Cascade Range in the western United States. Conference title last year but allowed teammate Sarah Wrightman to replace her at state.
"This was very exciting," Mattox said. "It was nerve-wracking and an amazing a·maze
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2. Obsolete To bewilder; perplex.
v.intr. feeling to come to state."
Mattox also plays soccer and was on the field in Bend's 3-2 overtime victory over Milwaukie on Friday.
"I felt fine today," Mattox said. "I had a lot of fluids."
Claire Michel of Clackamas finished second in 18:48.
Sheldon's Casey Masterson was fourth in 19:00 after finishing 11th last season. The sophomore draped drape
v. draped, drap·ing, drapes
1. To cover, dress, or hang with or as if with cloth in loose folds: draped the coffin with a flag; a robe that draped her figure. herself in a foil blanket given to the top 10 finishers to stay warm before the awards ceremony.
"That wasn't very fun," Masterson said. "It was hard. I was happy with my finish because I got one of those foil blankets I wanted last year."
Masterson helped the Irish finish second in the team race with 126 points, while Jesuit won with 68. Heather Spinney spin·ney
n. pl. spin·neys Chiefly British
A small grove; a copse.
[Obsolete French espinoi, from Old French espinei, thorny place, from Vulgar Latin of Sheldon finished 22nd, and Carly Bradshaw was 42nd as the Irish earned the best finish in school history.
"It was a team effort; each girl passed somebody on the track," Sheldon coach Chris Yorges said. "This is a great accomplishment for a great group of athletes and friends. We have been through every obstacle this year in terms of injuries and health, so to come together at the end of the season and have this experience is as good as it gets."
South Eugene placed fourth at 163. Senior Erin Gray Erin Gray (born January 7, 1950) is an American actress, perhaps best known for her roles as Kate Summers in the situation comedy Silver Spoons and as Colonel Wilma Deering in the science fiction TV series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. , who won the state title as a sophomore, led the Axemen by finishing 27th in 19:54.
Krista Stangel of Enterprise won the 2A/1A title in 19:12. Defending champion defending champion n (SPORT) → defensor/a m/f del título
defending champion n (Sport) → champion(ne) en titre
Jolee Van Leuven of Catlin Gabel was second at 19:35.
"I'm so excited I can't describe it," Stangel said. "I knew Jolee would be tough, and she pushed me all the way. I wanted to get out fast and hold on at the end. Make sure I had enough left and I felt great."
Heather Ryan Heather Ryan (born 18 March 1947 in Newport, Kentucky is an American model who was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its July 1967 issue. Her centerfold was photographed by William Figge and Ed DeLong. of Central Linn linn
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2. A steep ravine.
[Scottish Gaelic linne, pool, waterfall.] finished 13th to help the Cobras finish second to Catlin Gabel in the team race. Catlin Gabel had 74 points, and Central Linn finished with 84.
Myrtle Point's Nyika Corbett and Lacy Looney finished fourth and sixth, respectively, to help the Bobcats finish third with 97 points.
Coquille's Holli Dieu legs out the final meters on her way to the state Class 3A cross country title.