Whitehall's record highlights Pacific Invitational for Loggers

Whitehall's record highlights Pacific Invitational for Loggers

FOREST GROVE, Oregon – Allanah Whitehall broke her own school record in the 100-m dash, and several other Loggers qualified for the Northwest Championships during the Pacific Invitational on Saturday afternoon.


Both the Puget Sound men's and women's track & field teams placed fifth overall.

Whitehall crossed the finish line in 11.98 seconds, besting her previous school record of 12.01 seconds. She teamed up with Logan Bays, Mara Cummings, and Anna Joseph to place second in the 4x100-m relay (49.24).

Terra Wildon qualified for the NWC 1,500-m run by finishing in 4:57.96 on Saturday. Elizabeth King won the pole vault by clearing 3.50-m,

Steven Branham will compete in the NWC Championships after his performance in both the long jump and high hump. Branham placed third in the long jump with a mark of 6.6 meters. He also cleared 1.81 meters in the high jump, good for fifth overall.

Geremia Lizier-Zmudzinski won the 5,000-m run in 15:32.42, and Zal Robles claimed third place in the 400-m hurdles with a time of 1:01.08.


The Conference Championships begin on Friday, April 22, in Portland, Oregon. 



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