The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, April 11, 1979, Page 7, Image 7

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and women
run away
from field
at invitational
Kelly Laughlin
Blue Mountain lagged in fourth
with six.
|he women’s first Buck
nroe Invitational was a rain
The girls did manage a lot of
ce last Saturday when the high stepping, though, packing
listers soaked the likes of ■in wins or second place stan­
iclosest contender, Central dings in every running event.
gon Community College, Coach Roger Smith’s wonder
¡4. Linn-Benton managed women slated victories in nine
d place with .16 points while of 11 running events.
Nancy Perkins gets set to put shot for CCC.
Men’s Track
Rudischauser won the 440 with
The storm began early when
Marv Hanson paced well in the
5,000-meter run with a time of
18:7.7, behind first-place Mar­
ch Guyer of Central Oregon.
Later, Leandra Barinaga won
the 1,500-meter race and
3,000-meter events. The 440-
relay combination of Linda
Lamprecht, Barbara Young,
Rhonda Weidman and Lynn
Barry sprinted to a 53.4-60.9
victory versus Warner Pacific.
The CCC mile relay squad beat
Central Oregon for first with a
time of 4:12.5.
Linda Lamprecht and Bar­
bara Young cashed in on in­
dividual victories. Lampreeht
squeezed past Young by one-
tenth of a second to take the
440-intermediate hurdles, slate
a time of 16.0 and victory in
the 100-meter hurdles, and still
had enough energy to manage
second in the 100-yard dash.
Young sprinted and leaped to
wins in the individual 440 and
high jump, sharing a height of
4’6” with teammate Vicki Pad­
dock in the second event. Bar­
bara came in second with a
time of 1:08.7 in the 440 hur­
Rhonda Weidman and Julie
Larkins put on the finishing
touches, sharing a time of
2:27.7 in the 880 event and
placing first and second,
The field events were
dominated by Brenda Boyster
of Central Oregon, who gave
CCC’s Nancy Perkins trouble
in the shot put, edging her with
a score of '39’1/2”-37’2”.
Boyster won the javelin and
discus events, as well.
Smith emphasized develop­
ment as the key to future suc­
cess in field events. While the
girls clearly dominated the
track events, “the field com­
petitors need to work on
technique, which is very impor­
tant. Nancy Perkins may be a
real surprise in field events later
in the season. She’s really
working hard,” Smith said.
The coach expects Susie
Morehart, long jumper and
relay wonder, to return for
competition this weekend,
when the women meet Linn-
Benton, Lane, SWOCC and
Blue Mountain Community
College. “Little trouble can be
expected from these teams,
except for a good shot putter
and discus thrower from Lane,
SWOCC’s 5,000-meter run­
ner,” said Smith.
The men’s track team also
won last Saturday as they out-
scored Linn-Benton 88-76.
The male trackers were led by
double winners Doug Oberst
and Dan Cobine who put in
good efforts on the track.
Oberst won the steeple-chase
with a time of 9:21.9, better
than the national record, while
also winning the three-mile
event in 14:41.1. Cobine won
the 880 with a time of 1:58.8
and the mile at 4:21.2.
In other events Dave
a time of 52.6 and Jack
Bolliger and Dan Jackson, as
usual, won the field events.
Balliger took the shot put at 50
ft. and Jackson the discus at
149 ft.
Jeff Forrell took second in
the long jump and another
second in the triple, while
brother Greg grabbed second
in the high jump. Jim Holmes
pole-vaulted 14 ft. for a second
place finish in that category.
CCC’s mile relay team also
won with a time of 3:28.1.
Photos by Kelly Laughlin
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