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Beaverettes win Pirate Relays




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POTH -- The Falls City Beaverette track and field team won the Poth Pirette Relays. The Beaverettes impressed the entire field as they racked up 129 points during the meet.

In field events, the Beaverettes took home five individual medals, including three that were gold.

Maggie Holz earned a gold medal in the pole vault, and Jacy Gibson earned a pair of gold medals in the shot put and discus. Caitlyn Jendrusch picked up a silver medal in the discus, and Alysson Bluhm took home a bronze medal in the long jump. Brittany Dziuk missed the podium, but earned big points with her fourth-place finish in the triple jump; Shaw Moy finished fourth in the pole vault; Brittany Dziuk landed fourth in the triple jump, Jendrusch was fourth in the shot put; and Ashleigh Blocker was sixth in the long jump.

Liz Stulting added some points for the Beaverettes with her sixth-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles, and Moy and Brittany Dziuk finished fourth and sixth, respectively, in the 300-meter hurdles. Kayla Kotara finished fifth in both the 100- and 200-meter dashes, and was third in the 400-meter dash. Bluhm grabbed silver in the 400-meter race with her second-place finish, and Blocker earned points in the event by finishing sixth. Taylor Dziuk finished fifth in the 800-meter run.

In relay competition, Blocker, Emily Wiatrek, Camari Crawford, and Bluhm finished third in the 4x100-meter race; Moy, Wiatrek, Crawford, and Taylor Dziuk finished third in the 4x200-meter relay; and Blocker, Crawford, Taylor Dziuk, and Bluhm won gold in the 4x400-meter race.

The junior varsity Beaverettes also had a good showing as they finished third in their division with 56 points.

Scoring points for Falls City were Tiffany Dziuk (shot put, first; discus, first; 300-meter hurdles, second), Quincy Olenick (800-meter run, first; 1,600-meter run, third), and Alyssa Dziuk (800-meter run, second; 400-meter dash, fourth).
 

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