Waldport High School junior Zak Holsey isn’t done making waves on the athletic fields for the Irish this school year.

After earning selection to the All-Lincoln County School District football team as a quarterback by leading the Irish to four straight wins to complete an abbreviated season on the gridiron, Holsey paced Waldport to the boys team championship Wednesday, April 21, during the Run for the Clover track and field meet at Irish Stadium.

Holsey collected first-place finishes in the 300-meter hurdles, high jump and long jump as Waldport tallied 113 team points. Monroe placed second in the team standing with 55.5 points, followed by Toledo with 46.5, Eddyville Charter with 22 and Alsea with one point.

Holsey won the 300 hurdles uncontested in 45.93 seconds. He bested teammate Levi Fruechte to win the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 8 inches, and earned medalist honors in the long jump with a distance of 19 feet, 11 inches.

Lucas Forshee won the 1,600 for the Irish, Graham Jones won the shot put and Fruechte won the pole vault, clearing the bar set at 9-6.

Toledo received victories from Maiko Pruett in the 400 and Markus Cross in the javelin, and Anthony Guenther paced Eddyville, taking second in the 100 and 200 meters.

Toledo junior Klaira Flatt was the top area performer in the girls competition. Flatt won the 400 in 70.43 seconds and the long jump with a leap of 12-3. Flatt also took the 300 hurdles in an uncontested race with a time of 53.25 seconds.

Alsea, led by wins from Jessica Carlisle in the 100, 200 and triple jump, scored 64 points in winning the girls team championship. Waldport was second with 49, Toledo scored 47, Monroe tallied 40 and Eddyville Charter scored 36.

Sophomore Patience Knight bolstered Eddyville’s cause, setting a personal best when winning the discus with a distance of 88 feet, 8 inches, and the Eagles won the 1,600-meter relay in a time of 5:59.89. Rhyan Turner, Iris Miles, Dori Loomis and Brianna Lopez each ran a leg for the Eagles in their relay victory.

Waldport senior Kylie Burk won the high jump, and teammate Jessica Dooley earned the pole vault title.

Run for the Clover

Wednesday, April 21,

at Waldport

Girls results

Team scores: Alsea 64, Waldport 49, Toledo 47, Monroe 40, Eddyville Charter 36.

100 — 1, Jessica Carlisle, Alsea, 13.76; 2, Lillian Simon, Waldport, 15.98; 3, Rebecca Lorain, Alsea, 16.83.

200 — 1, Jessica Carlisle, Alsea, 28.99; 2, Avery Tyler, Toledo, 31.96; 3, Jessica Dooley, Waldport, 32.50.

400 — 1, Klaira Flatt, Toledo, 70.43; 2, Jessica Dooley, Waldport, 75.75; 3, Alicia Gordon, 80.72.

800 — 1, Matilyn Richardson, Monroe, 3:06.28; 2, Alicia Gordon, Waldport, 3:36.00; 3, Iris Miles, Eddyville, 3:36.40.

1,600 — 1, Matilyn Richardson, Monroe, 6:28.23; 2, Ryan Turner, Eddyville, 7:05.93.

300 hurdles — 1, Klaira Flatt, Toledo, 53.25.

400 relay — 1, Alsea, 62.34; 2, Eddyville (Rhyan Turner, Iris Miles, Dori Loomis, Brianna Lopez), 71.59.

1,600 relay — 1, Eddyville (Rhyan Turner, Iris Miles, Dori Loomis, Brianna Lopez), 5:59.89.

Javelin — 1, Bailey Ellis, Alsea, 107-5; 2, Laura Young, Monroe, 100-8; 3, Avery Tyler, Toledo, 84-8.

Shot put — 1, Laura Young, Monroe, 42-2 1/2; 2, Bailey Ellis, Alsea, 28-11; 3, Matilyn Richardson, Monroe, 27-11.

Discus — 1, Patience Knight, Eddyville, 88-8; 2, Bailey Ellis, Alsea, 74-0; 3, Mackenzie Mussatti, Alsea, 70-3.

High jump — 1, Kylie Burk, Waldport, 4-6.

Long jump — 1, Klaira Flatt, Toledo, 12-3; 2, Lilliana Coonrod, Toledo, 11-3 1/2; 3, Avery Tyler, Toledo, 11-2.

Triple jump — 1, Jessica Carlisle, Alsea, 32-6.

Pole vault — 1, Jessica Dooley, Waldport, 6-0.

Boys results

Team scores: Waldport 113, Monroe 55.5, Toledo 45.6, Eddyville Charter 22, Alsea 12.

100 — 1, Dylan Lynn, Monroe, 11.81; 2, Anthony Guenther, Eddyville, 12.23; 3, Maiko Pruett, Toledo, 12.28.

200 —1, Dylan Lynn, Monroe, 24.06; 2, Anthony Guenther, Eddyville, 24.89; 3, Maiko Pruett, Toledo, 25.25.

400 — 1, Maiko Pruett, Toledo, 59.10; 2, Braiden Ellis, Monroe, 67.30.

800 — 1, Nathaniel Young, Monroe, 2:17.67; 2, Lucas Forshee, Waldport, 2:26.56; 3, Liam Morgan, Waldport, 2:40.79.

1,600 — 1, Lucas Forshee, Waldport, 5:07.35; 2, Liam Morgan, Waldport, 5:29.65; 3, Tobin Payne, Monroe, 6:08.54.

3,200 — 1, Tobin Payne, Monroe, 14:38.76.

300 hurdles — 1, Zak Holsey, 45.93.

1,600 relay — 1, Monroe, 4:31.55; 2, Waldport (Lucas Forshee, Andrew Gordon, Graham Jones, Liam Morgan), 4:56.96.

Javelin — 1, Markus Cross, Toledo, 110-0; 2, Graham Jones, Waldport, 103-5; 3, Haden Hanks, Waldport, 97-0.

Shot put — 1, Graham Jones, Waldport, 37-8 3/4; 2, Markus Cross, Toledo, 34-8; 3, Haden Hanks, Waldport, 33-3 1/2.

High jump — 1, Zak Holsey, Waldport, 5-8; 2, Levi Fruechte, Waldport, 5-0.

Long jump — 1, Zak Holsey, Waldport, 19-11 1/2; 2, John Miller, Waldport, 17-4 1/2; 3, Levi Fruechte, Waldport, 16-7 1/23.

Pole vault — 1, Levi Fruechte, Waldport, 9-6; 2, Boaz Simonds, Toledo, 6-6; 3, Reece Smith, Toledo, 5-6.



Toledo 18, Waldport 0

At Waldport, the Boomers collected 15 hits and 14 stolen bases in earning the one-sided win on Tuesday, April 20.

Junior right-handed hurler Mariah Frederic tossed two innings of no-hit ball for Toledo, which improved to 2-0. Sophomore third baseman Sierra Ferguson drove in four runs for Toledo in posting a 3-for-3 outing at the plate.

The Boomers were scheduled to host Reedsport on Thursday.

Newport 9, Sweet Home 5

At Sweet Home, the Cubs remained undefeated in four games after earning the road win Monday, April 19.

After falling behind 4-0, Newport tallied four to tie it in the third, then added three runs in the fourth and two more in the fifth.

The Cubs collected 13 hits total. Newport third baseman Erika Schones and pitcher Hattie Imbler-Bremner had three hits apiece. Shortstop Carlee Murray and outfielder Tori Johnson each had two hits for Newport.

Imbler-Bremner struck out eight and allowed six hits in the circle to improve to 4-0.

Newport was slated to return to the road Thursday to face Cascade.


Cubs take two

At Newport, the Cubs began the week with a pair of home victories at Frank V. Wade Memorial Park, taking an 8-4 win over Sisters on Monday, April 19 before blasting Woodburn on Wednesday, 19-4 in a game called after five innings due to the 10-run margin rule.

With the wins, Newport upped its record to 5-2 with a game scheduled for Thursday at Woodburn and Saturday at Astoria.

Toledo 12, Waldport 1

At Waldport, the Boomers evened their season record with a Tuesday, April 20, victory over Waldport in a game called after six innings due to the 10-run margin rule.

Senior pitcher Jaxon Rozewski threw five innings off no-hit ball for Toledo (1-1), allowing a run and fanning 11.

Mason McAlpine threw a scoreless sixth frame for Toledo. At the plate, McAlpine homered and added a sacrifice fly.

James McCrum went four innings on the mound for the Irish. He allowed seven runs on four hits and struck out four.

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