Day 1 Competition Concludes at Cascade Collegiate Conference Track and Field Championships
PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon Tech’s Breanna Burns, competing in the heptathlon for Oregon Tech, stands in second place after the day 1 events. Warner Pacific’s Danielle Ricco leads the multi-event after the first day of competition at the 2011 Cascade Collegiate Conference Track & Field Championships at Earl Klapstein Stadium on the campus of Mt. Hood Community College.
With 2061 points, Burns trails the leader by 277 heading in to the final day on Friday. Burns picked up 429 points in the 100-meter hurdles (18.59s), went 4-04 in the high jump to earn 429 points, won the shot put with a distance of 33-03 (538 points) and added 665 points in the 200-meter dash after a 27.57 time.
Bryant Sentman, the CCC’s top point gainer in the decathlon, is not competing in the conference decathlon, concentrating his efforts on individual events at the conference meet. Sentman will head into the NAIA National Meet with his eye on a national championship in the decathlon. On his only event to date, Sentman finished 8th in the discus with a toss of 140-01. Trae Collins went 133-04 in the event to place 11th.
Also competing in the discus on day 1 were Kassi Conditt and Jessie Robertson for the Tech women. Conditt finished 11th (106-11) and Robertson 15th (84-10).
In the final event of the evening, Scott Minor picked up a top-10 finish in the 10000 meter run with a time of 32:03.75, while Kirby Garlitz was 16th in 33:59.99.
Competition will continue from Earl Klapstein Stadium tomorrow, starting at 4:00 pm.
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