Shorewood Track & Field - Oregon Relays

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Ronnie Gary - High Jump
Text and photos by Corey Rainboth

The Shorewood Track and Field team travelled to Eugene, Oregon to compete in the Oregon Relays at Historic Hayward Field on Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16. Shorewood finished with a combined Men's and Women's team score of 28 points placing 20th out of more than 70 teams competing.  Full meet results are available here.  More information about the Oregon Relays including race videos are available at

Devan Kirk (in blue) 800 meter run

Highlights of the meet for Shorewood were Ronnie Gary's win in the High Jump (6' 06.75) and 6th place finish in the Triple Jump (44' 06.75), Chris Diaz's win in the 110 Meter Hurdles (14.20) and Devan Kirk's 4th place finish in the 800 Meter Run (1:57.06).

Chris Diaz won the 110 meter hurdles

Other Shorewood top performances included the Girl's Distance Medley Relay (Lisa Jensen, Adrienne Cordell, Brianna McGrath and Rachel Hansen) which finished 12th of 34 teams with a time of 13:13.74, the Boys Distance Medley Relay (Aaron Rainboth, Joshua Harazim, Jose Luis Gandara and Devan Kirk) which finished 10th out of 31 teams with a time of 10:46.28.

Girl's long jump Hai-Ying Aw
Hai-Ying Aw finished in 13th place of 32 in the Long Jump with a jump of 16' 01.75, Aaron Rainboth finished in 13th place of 56 in the 800 Meter Run with a time of 1:59.99, Chris Diaz finished 9th of 48 in the 300 Meter Hurdles with a time of 41.01 and the 4 x 100 Meter Relay (Camden Correos, Skylar Widman, Ronnie Gary and Chris Diaz) finished 13th of 30 with a time of 41.19.

PRs obtained at Oregon Relays


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