The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, May 16, 1979, Page 6, Image 6

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Trackmen place fifth
captured a second place finish
in the 800 meters and a fourth
After sitting in second place place in the 1500.
“Dan put in a tremendous ef­
after one day of competition,
the CCC men’s track team fort,” Tipton said. “He ran real
faultered in the Region 18 track well in those two races,”
Tipton also had praise for
and field championships in
Dave Rudishauser who, even
“We had a good first day,” though he did not finish high in
Coach Les Tipton said. “We his event, ran a good race.
“Dave ran a good, smart
had some real good efforts that
day and we were sitting in pret­ race,” said Tipton. “He had
some leg problems at the end
ty good shape.”
The men, however, were and that hurt him. He’s a
not able to maintain their pace quality runner though, and I’m
and; after scoring 29 points on sure he’ll go on to run for a four
the first day of competition, year school.”
Randy Bolliger continued to
ended the meet with only 46,
116 shy of first place Ricks out-distance all competitors in
College. Following Ricks in the the meet as he won the shot
team scoring were Lane Com­ put easily with a 52’ 33/i”
munity College, Southern heave.
“Randy was great,” Tipton
Idaho, Linn Benton CC, North
Oregon, siad. “He can put 52 consisten-
Southwestern Oregon, Um-Jb1 anytime now and I think he
pqua, Chemeketa, Treasure will have a good chance for a
Valley and Blue Mountain. national title.”
Others who have qualified
Ricks beat Lane out by only-
four points for the regional for nationals over the course of
the year for the Cougars are;
championship 161-157.
Dan Cobine had an excellent Dan Cobine in the 5000
meet for the Cougars as he . meters, Dan Jackson in the
By Mark McNeary
Of The Print
HERCULES —CCC tracker Randy Bolliger heaves the
shot put in last weekend’s regional meet. Bolliger won the
event. Photo by Doug Roberts
discus (Jackson only req
qualified for the event 1
reached national status ya
day in a special qua™
CCC), Doug Oberst in]
steeplechase, Mike Murpl
the javelin, and Jim Holm]
the decathlon.
“All of these guys are pg
tial point winners,” Tipton]
“We should score higher]
any mens team ever ha
Clackamas at nationals.” ]
Tipton also had al fe
positive words to say about Ji;
Holmes and his quest inilj
“Jim qualified for natia
only last week,” he said.]
was only the second tim
had ever participated I ill
decathlon and he came on!
points from Mark Nug|
school record.”
Other finishers for CCC!
the, regional included I
Allen, 4th in the 10,000ml
Homes 5th in the pole v!
Jackson 3rd in the shot and]
in discus, Jeff Forell, 6th]
long and triple jump, and!
Murphy, 3rd in the javelin!
Women streak to regional championshi
By Kelly Laughlin
Of The Print
The CCC women’s track
team came one step closer to
retaining their National Junior
College track title, winning
handily in Region 18 Com­
petition last Friday and Satur­
day. They breezed by their
toughest competition, regional
underdog Central Oregon 156-
101. Lane Community College
ended up third with 73 points
while Flathead Community
College could only muster 63.
4:41.1 in the 1,500-meter
event, placing second behind
managed first in the 3,00C-
A victory looked promising,
but not definite, for the women
in Friday’s competition as they
meter run, clocking at 10:01.8,
and anchored the victorious
two-mile relay squad of Linda
ended up 54-47 in front of
Central Oregon. Leandra
Barinaga burned to a time of
Crown Jewelers
improving on her state meet
mark of 38’10” by three feet,
with a toss of 42’1”, and first
place. Susie Morehart didn’t
make it to finals in the long
jump, but Weidman did,
placing third with a lead of
Lamprecht, Barbara Young 16’4-1/4”.
On Saturday, the women
and Rhonda Weidman, who
together slated a 10:02.6 had to continue to deal defeats
to Central Oregon, and gain
important team points to stay
Nancy Perkins showed ex­
pectantly well in the shot put, alive. While Central Oregon’s
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field events, all but the java
and high jump had been ccl
pleted on Friday. In the jaw
Clackamas ended up fifth 1
a throw of 118’5”, and Bail
Young earned the same stall
in the high jump with a leal
Lamprecht placed first in ij
100-meter hurdles with a til
of 15.1, and Weidrqa
followed her in fifth place, 11!
team of Weidman, Moreha
Lamprecht and Young finis!]
second in the 880-medk
event, capping a finish]
1:51.3. The same group,™
Morehart as the anchor, set th
track on fire with an astounl
finish of 49.9 in the 400-S
relay. Morehart maiS
second in the 100-meter ms
with 12.1 behind Loren Ban
of Flathead who beat th
regional record with a sprini
Mary Hanson and Viel
Paddock ran together in til
5,000-meter and 3,000-H
event. Hanson gained secol
in the 5,000 while Paddof
managed third with a time 1
18:51. Hanson ended up fol
in the 3,000 while Paw
was right behind her, finisfl
fifth. Julie Larkins breeze»
2:19.5 ime in the,„ 800™
run and Lamprecht docke«
a 1:04.2 time in the 400 intel
mediate hurdle event. Wej
man finished second in tM
event, a second slow
At 9:30 a.m. today, tM
women tracksters left dot
national competition to begin
Thursday and end Saturda«
University of Oregon’s Hayaj
Field in Eugene.
Wednesday, May 16,] 1971