C of I on record pace at CCC Championships
Jasmine Sibert and Hillary Holt defended their Cascade Conference titles this evening, leading The College of Idaho on Day 2 of the CCC Championships in Klamath Falls, Ore.
Sibert won the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 15.50, while Holt earned a win in the 1,500 with her time of 4:37.32 - as the Lady Yotes sit in second-place with 105 team points, while the Coyote men are fourth with 73 points, both on pace for their best finishes in program history. Five school records also fell on the middle day of the event.
Four marks fell on the women's side, as Diamond Mitchell broke her own record in the 100-meters (12.41), placing second, while she anchored the 4x100-relay team to a second-place finish (48.09), breaking the school mark and improving their NAIA "B" standard. Lexis Lange placed fifth in the pole vault (9-6 1/4), breaking her own record, while Melinda Fuimaono took sixth in the discus was a record throw of 114-8. The Lady Yotes ganged up on the competition in the 1,500 - as along with Holt's win, Sarah Johnson placed second (4:43.49) and Kaitlyn Gerard (4:59.51) placed eight, while in the triple jump, Hailey Bull took fourth (35-5 1/4) and Audrey Youren fifth (35-2 1/2).
Mike Hurd led the Coyote men tonight, placing second in the 110-meter hurdles (15.18), taking fifth in the 100-meters (11.15), while running a leg in the 4x100-relay that finished fifth (42.80) - but broke the school record. Dominic Bolin finished second in the 1,500-meters (4:02.01) - one of three Yotes to score in the event, as Greg Montgomery placed fifth (4:03.26) and Nick Hampton seventh (4:06.36). Andre Archer took third in the triple jump (45-9 1/4), with Austin Basterrechea recording an outdoor season best in the high jump (6-5), placing fourth.
The final day of the three-day meet begins tomorrow at 11 a.m. (PT)