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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Three Tigers roar loudest in middle school home track and field meet

Taft Middle School Track

Eighth-graders McKaden Melton, Gavin Koceja and Kaitlyn Neves won individual titles Wednesday to lead the way for Taft High 7-12 middle schoolers in a Coast Valley League Junior High track and field meet at Voris Field.

Melton won the 100-meter hurdles, Koceja the high jump and Neves the javelin as the Tigers finished third behind Amity in both the men’s and women’s competitions. Yamhill-Carlton, Gaston and Faulconer-Chapman also competed in the meet.

Boone Marker
Boone Marker lends a hand

Koceja was second in the 200-meter dash, Cooper Fitch second in the 800-meter run and Eli Jones second in the 1,500-meter run for the Taft boys.

Seventh-grader Hailey Weiss was runner-up in the 1,500-meter run for the Taft girls.

COMPLETE INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

Taft’s Rulon Porter (800), Angelo Garcia (1,500), Enrique Islas Jr. (100 hurdles) and Løve Scanlan (discus) had third-place finishes for the boys, while Victoria Wescott (1,500), Aliviah Mode (100 hurdles) and Miranda Hankins (discus) placed third for the girls.

The Taft High varsity track team will host a Special District 2 meet at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Voris Field.

Zayden Parsons
Zayden Parsons hurls the discus

Team Scores

Jim Fossum
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