TACOMA, Washington – Cameron Braithwaite topped nine other Northwest Conference competitors to win the NWC Multi-Events at Puget Sound on Tuesday. Braithwaite totaled 6,255 points through the two-day event. George Fox's Alex Conchola was the next-closest competitor with 6,077 points.
On the women's side, Emily Sheldon placed sixth out of 13 in the heptathlon with 3,793 points. George Fox's Charity Arn won the event with 4,333 points.
Braithwaite cracked Puget Sound's top 10 all-time mark in the pole vault by clearing 4.35 meters, which was good for first place. He also won the 100-meter dash by timing in at 11.46 seconds.
The junior from Port Angeles, Washington, placed second in the long jump (6.50 meters), and tied for second in the high jump (1.77 meters).
Sheldon's best finish was third in the high jump, as she cleared 1.53 meters. She placed sixth in two events: the 200-meter dash (27.90 seconds) and the 800-meter un (2:33.22).
The Loggers next compete at the Spike Arlt Invitational in Ellensburg, Washington, on Saturday, April 18.
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