KLAMATH FALLS — Douglas sophomore Mackenzii Phillips set a personal best in the girls javelin on Saturday in the Lithia Track and Field Invitational at Mazama High School.

Phillips, the Class 4A state champion in the javelin as a freshman, won the event with a throw of 139 feet, 8 inches.

Glendale freshman Elijah Wytcherly broke his PR in the high jump, clearing 6-1 for a runner-up finish. He also placed fifth in the 110-meter hurdles (18.40) and was ninth in the javelin (126-5).

Junior Neveah Poore of Douglas finished fourth in the girls pole vault (8-0). The Douglas 4x100 relay team of Gavin Gilmore, Holden Schuster, Daniel Jellison and Reston James finished eighth (50.60).

The Summit girls (106 points) and Mazama boys (129) won team titles.

   

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