MCMINNVILLE — Umpqua Community College’s Zach Holland won the javelin with a throw of 215 feet, 3 inches in the Linfield Erik Anderson Memorial Icebreaker track and field meet last Saturday at Maxwell Field.

Holland, a former Glide High School standout, finished nearly 14 feet ahead of runner-up Sawyer Christopher of Lane. Holland’s mark is currently the top junior college throw in the nation.

The Riverhawks’ other win came from Kay-lee Jo Hendron in the women’s discus. The Glide graduate threw 121-10.

UCC’s Carson Burris finished third in the shot put (42-11 3/4). Burris graduated from North Douglas High School.

Linfield Erik Anderson

Memorial Icebreaker

March 7

UCC Results

MEN

Shot Put — 3. Carson Burris, 42-11 3/4; 14. Carver Beck, 36-4 1/4. Discus — 11. Carson Burris, 119-10. Javelin — 1. Zach Holland, 215-3. 10,000 — 17. Konrad Raum, 34:24.05; 19. Paesen Timm, 34:40.20; 23. Jaime Mejia-German, 35:01.41. 1,500 — 5. Derek O’Connor, 4:10.13. 110 Hurdles — 18. Carlos Saravia, 20.48. 400 — 14. Eddie Herskovitz, 53.76. 800 — 8. Derek O’Connor, 2:02.85; 15. Tristan Wood, 2:04.42; 24. Tucker Clement, 2:15.61. 400 Hurdles — 9. Carlos Saravia, 1:02.70. Pole Vault — 6. Carver Beck, 12-11 1/2. Long Jump — 20. Carver Beck, 18-3 3/4.

WOMEN

Shot Put — 9. Kay-lee Jo Hendron, 33-6 3/4; 12. Heather Marshall, 32-7; 21. India Dishman, 26-5 1/2. Triple Jump — 5. Jaelin Hotz, 31-3 3/4. Discus — 1. Kay-lee Jo Hendron, 121-10; 5. India Dishman, 115-2; 17. Heather Marshall, 91-8. Javelin — 16. McKenna Wilson, 95-8. 1,500 — 24. Michel Bartlett, 5:29.48. 100 — 6. Noel Krissie, 13.05. 800 — 19. Rylee Parsons, 2:41.76. 200 — 8. Noel Krissie, 27.30; 17. McKenna Wilson, 28.27. Long Jump — 16. McKenna Wilson, 15-5.

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Tom Eggers is the sports editor for The News-Review. He can be reached at teggers@nrtoday.com or 541-957-4220.

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Mike

Nice to see the Glide athletes doing so well at the next level while working towards their degree.

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