Masterson paces Sheldon to twin wins.
Casey Masterson covered 4,000 meters in 14:32 to win the individual race and lead Sheldon over Springfield and host South Eugene in a Midwestern League three-way prep cross country meet on Tuesday.
The Irish defeated South 19-36 and Springfield 15-48, and South downed Springfield 15-49.
Erin Gray of South Eugene was second in 14:50, but Carly Bradshaw and Katherine Barnhart were third and fourth, respectively, for Sheldon.
Ashley Rochholz and Abby Hagood finished 1-2 to lead Churchill over host Lebanon and Willamette. The Lancers defeated Lebanon 17-40, and both defeated an incomplete Willamette team.
Rochholz finished the 4,000-meter Waterloo Park course in 17:33.4, 40 seconds ahead of Hagood. Willamette's Amanda Watts was third and Lebanon's Amanda Martin was fifth.
Kambria Schumacher placed second in 20:47 and sister Devynn took third in 21:08 to lead East Linn Christian to the team title at the Ranger Station Run near Oakridge.
The Eagles finished with 26 points, followed by McKenzie and Oakridge with 47 each.
Orie Gamez of Oakridge won the 4,000-meter individual race with a time of 20:14.
Jeff Randall won the 4,000-meter individual race in 12:36, but host South Eugene claimed the next nine places.
The Axemen defeated Sheldon 20-43 and Springfield 15-50, and Sheldon downed Springfield 15-48. Following Randall for South were Dustin Moore (12:40), Harrison Lakehomer (12:42) and Ryan Harvey (12:44).
Jon St. Onge ran a 4,000-meter Waterloo Park course in 14:24.3 to finish first and lead Churchill to a three-way win over host Lebanon and Willamette.
The Lancers downed Lebanon 24-31 and Willamette 15-50, and Lebanon got past Willamette 15-47. Ryan Erickson and Russell Drummond were second and third, respectively, for Churchill.
Junior Brad Taylor broke the course record by 19 seconds with a time of 15:22 to lead host Oakridge to a narrow team victory over McKenzie at the Ranger Station Run.
The Warriors finished with 27 points, followed by McKenzie with 29 and Harrisburg with 82. The rest of the six-team field - Creswell, Monroe, Oakland, Lowell and East Linn Christian - were incomplete.
Andrew Perri was second for Oakridge in 15:55, and McKenzie's Lukas Fenley was third in 16:42.
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|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Sep 15, 2004|
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