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By Andrew Christiansen

Depth of performance pays off for Cougar boys in win at Condon


Andrew Christiansen

JUMPING INTO THE FRAY: Alex Cloud cleared 7-2 in the pole vault at Condon, Saturday. It was the fourth best vault of the year for 1B girls. Within the Greater Columbia Gorge League alone are four of the top seven vaulters. Cloud is chasing Glenwood's Bethany Putnam who has cleared 7-6 this year.

Scoring points is the name of the game in team competition for track and field and there is no better way to win than to dominate the scoring positions in several events. That is what Lyle-Wishram's boys did on their way to a convincing win at the Condon-Wheeler Invitational meet, Saturday. The Cougars swept the top three spots in the boys' 200 meters and discus, plus they had three of the top four in the 100 meters and posted wins in the 4x400 relay and shot put.

Jacob Zeigler was a double winner in the sprints with teammate Alex Pabon capturing second in both races. Zeigler had an 11.97 second time in the 100 and 24.47 in the 200 meters. Pabon set a new personal record (PR) in the 100 m...

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