MONMOUTH - The Warrenton boys track team rode the legs of Dallas Moses and a few others to a fourth-place finish Saturday in the finals of the Class 3A state track meet in Monmouth.
Warrenton racked up a school record 39 points for its highest finish ever at state.
And while the Warrior boys were busy winning trophies and medals, Warrenton freshman Jordyn Holt finished tied for 11th in the girls' team standings.
In her one and only year at Warrenton High School, Holt scored all 22 points for the Warrior girls, highlighted by a second-place finish in the high jump, as she cleared four feet, 11 inches.
Holt was also fourth in the long jump (16-11?4); fourth in the triple jump (34-9) and fifth in the 100-meter final (13.32).
Moses finished his prep career with a bang, as he took second in the 800-meter final (a school record 1:57.69), followed closely by teammate Michael O'Casey (fourth, 1:59.16).
Moses was also runner-up in the 300-meter hurdles (41.33) and second in the triple jump (school record 42-73?4). He also teamed with O'Casey, Kevin Dugan and Sean Ball to take fourth in the 1,600-meter relay (3:32.79).
The Warrenton foursome of Michael Pietsch, Jimmy Bechtel, Kevin Dugan and Jordan Little placed seventh in the 400 relay final (PR 46.66).
Ball added four points in the triple jump (seventh, 39-9) and a point in the long jump (eighth, 19-61?2).
Loggers make their mark The Knappa girls scored 12 points for 21st place in the Class 2A meet, also at Western Oregon.
Senior Steve Bokor scored eight for the Knappa boys, 23rd in the team standings.
Gretchen George took fifth in the 3,000 meters (11:33.54) and seventh in the 800 (2:30.53), while Kate Shear and Christina Kaul placed fifth and 10th, respectively, in the javelin with throws of 109-6 and 97-7. Senior Rachele Schuyler added a seventh-place showing in the shot put (33-71?2).
Bokor was fourth in the 300 hurdles (43.61) and sixth in the high hurdles (16.77).
Jewell's Crook secondIn the Class 1A meet, Jewell's Will Crook was second in the javelin (163-3), Will Steinweg cleared 6-0 for fifth in the high jump, and Amanda DePonte had a toss of 81-6 for 10th in the girls javelin.