By Glenwood Womens Club
Glenwood News 

Track and field doing great


March 20, 2019

Glenwood may be one the smallest schools in the area, but we have some terrific track and field athletes. After having all their practices in the gym due to snow on Eldred Field, the team traveled to Washougal on March 13 for the Fishback Open meet, competing against athletes from Washougal, Estacada, Columbia HS-White Salmon, and Trout Lake. Brooklyn Emerson placed 3rd in the 100 meters, 1st in the pole vault with a new personal record, and 1st in the long jump. Nahaleigh Schuster placed 4th in the 100-meter hurdles. Kinley Troh placed 4th in the shot put and 2nd in the discus. Emma Odom placed 13th in the shot put and 9th in the discus, with new personal records in both events.

On the men’s side, Derek Gimlin placed 8th in the shot put and 5th in the javelin. Andy McFall established new personal records in the shot put, placing 13th, and javelin, placing 10th. Preston Bartek placed 15th in the shot put and 13th in the javelin, with new personal records in both. And last, but not least, Duly Morris placed 7th in the pole vault with a personal record vault. Congratulations, Glenwood Eagles. The Glenwood teams next travel to Hermiston on the 21st and Battle Ground on the 23rd for their next two meets. Good luck, Eagles.

The Glenwood Homemakers would like to thank all the great supporters in Glenwood, Trout Lake, White Salmon, Lyle, Goldendale, and other communities who have put money in the Comfort Cases Project donation jars or sent a donation. These generous donations will go a long way toward completing our fundraising and filling 30 cases to donate to Children’s Services this year. Thank you all.

School will be dismissed at noon on Wednesday, March 27.


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