Hostetler sets league mark in javelin.
SPOKANE- Cyrus Hostetler set a meet record in the javelin and Jeremy McAllister led a 1-2 finish in the 1,500 meters to lead Lane Community College to a second-place finish in the mencentss division of the NWAACC track and field championships on Friday at Spokane Falls Community College.
Spokane won both the mencentss and womencentss titles. The Sasquatch won the mencentss title with 2631/2 points, with Lane second at 215, and Spokane womencentss scored 276 points to easily earn the title. Mount Hood was second with 155 points and Lane was third with 1171/2.
Hostetler threw the javelin 241 feet, 7 inches, breaking a Lane and NWAACC meet record and surpassing the Olympic Trials "B" standard. It was the 16th-best mark in the country this year.
McAllister was the Titanscents lone winner on the track on the second day of the meet, finishing the 1,500 in 4 minutes, 5.06 seconds to edge teammate Joe Churchill, who finished in 4:05.55.
David Morgan was second in the 5,000 in 15:32.03, and the Lane 4x100 relay team was second in 43.39.
Lanecentss Seth Lindquist followed up his third-place performance in the long jump with a first-place finish in the triple jump at 46 feet, 2 inches, teammate Bruce Burbank was third with a mark of 44-51/4, and Jeff Hester was third in the high jump at 6-4.
Burbank was the high-point scorer of the mencentss meet.
In the womencentss division, Jewel Martin won the 100 high hurdles in 14.60 seconds, while Crystal Bradford finished third in 14.96 and Danica Bates was fourth in 15.51. Leah Twombley was second in the 800 (2:19.08) and Amy Nelson finished second in the 400 hurdles (1:05.18).
Janae Larson of Clark was named womencentss track athlete of the meet, and Spokanecentss Chanel James and Corissa Hutchinson shared the female field athlete of the meet awards. Spokanecentss Mark Moeller was named mencentss track athlete of the meet, and Sasquatch coach Larry Beatty was named coach of the year.
Boyd leads Beavers past Pacific in series opener
CORVALLIS Logan Boyd went 2-for-4 and drove in five runs to lead Oregon State to a 15-2 rout of Pacific in a nonleague college baseball game on Friday at Goss Stadium.
Boyd hit a two-run single in the first inning for the Beavers (26-24), who scored seven runs in the first inning, then added a two-run home run in the second inning.
Lonnie Lechelt also homered for OSU and drove in four runs, and Jordan Lennerton and Daniel Robertson added two hits apiece.
"It was important for us to get a good start against a Pacific club that has been playing really well lately, Oregon State coach Pat Casey said. [acute accent]Each of the three games is a must-win.
Mike Stutes did the rest, allowing 11 hits but only two runs over seven innings, striking out seven in his final regular-season home start. Josh Keller pitched a perfect eighth and ninth for OSU.
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|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||May 24, 2008|
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