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UNION GIRLS CHAMPS, OVESON TAKES 2ND

EUGENE — Wallowa freshman Hayley Oveson was trying to get out fast at the start of the Class 2A/1A state cross country championships Saturday.

Her strategy worked as she finished second in 19 minutes, 31 seconds.

"I was really excited," she said. "I was very excited. I was happy to be where I was."

Oveson said she was nervous and intimidated, but it was nice to warm up with a full team around her and to have people who had been there before, such as teammate Larae Guillory.

Guillory ended her fourth trip to state in 12th place (21:19). Wallowa finished sixth overall.

A train of cars led Wallowa's two vans back into town Sunday, Oveson said, and it was really nice to have that kind of community support.

Meanwhile, a strong Union girls' team won its seventh state title.

"It feels absolutely awesome," junior Ashley Sharratt said. She finished seventh (20:29). "I'm very excited we won."

Sharratt said it was extremely competitive because six teams wanted the title.

"All of them had a chance to win," she said. "We got it."

Junior Shannon Mitchell, Sharratt's teammate, said the feeling she got was so great because everyone had the opportunity to wear a medal for winning that championship. She finished fifth (20:12).

After the race, Mitchell said she and Sharratt told a reporter that Union had heart and ran like a team because everyone on the team counts and that is what makes a state champion team.

Union's third, fourth and fifth runners had good races, coach Steve Sheehy said.

Sophomore Kara Baxter was 43rd (22:44), sophomore Krystal Papineau 44th (22:44) and senior Jill Vorderstrasse was 47th (22:54).

Enterprise's freshman Julie Vernarsky was 31st (22:12) and sophomore Nicole Anderson 45th (22:48).

OSAA-U.S. Bank-Les Schwab Tires Class 2A/1A State Championships

Lane Community College, Eugene

Saturday

Girls

Team scores — Union 96, Myrtle Point 107, East Linn Christian Academy 133, Westside Christian 137, Bandon 144, Wallowa 160, Catlin Gabel 176, Knappa 178, Central Linn 185, Brighton Academy 189, Kennedy 243, New Hope 249, Scio 287, Life Christian 361.

Top 10 runners — 1. Neoma Palmer, Catlin Gabel, 19:17; 2. Hayley Oveson, Wallowa, 19:31; 3. Shalene Fine, Oakridge, 19:44; 4. Reyna Quiroz, Canyonville Christian Academy, 20:09; 5. Shannon Mitchell, Union, 20:12; 6. Nyika Corbett, Myrtle Point, 20:22; 7. Ashley Sharratt, Union, 20:29; 8. Tonya Olds, Knappa, 20:39; 9. Bethany Adams, Westside Christian, 20:44; 10. Leah Sawyer, St. Mary's, 20:55.

UNION (96) — 5. Mitchell, 20:12; 7. Sharratt, 20:29; 43. Kara Baxter, 22:44; 44. Krystal Papineau, 22:44; 47. Jill Vorderstrasse, 22:54; 81. Sarah House, 24:49; 84. Shannon McReynolds, 24:55.

WALLOWA (160) — 2. Oveson, 19:31; 12. Larae Guillory, 21:19; 63. Chelcy Goodwin, 23:30; 72. Deena Tsiatsos, 24:16; 76. Samantha Silveira, 24:43; 107. Relissa Wortman, 29:31.

ENTERPRISE — 31. Julie Vernarsky, 22:12; 45. Nicole Anderson, 22:48.

Enterprise boys runners-up to Oakridge

EUGENE — Enterprise took second place at state in cross country with 84 points, while Oakridge took the state title with 53 points.

Oakridge had four runners in the top 10.

Enterprise was led by senior Austin Himes, who finished 16th (17:34). Junior Chris Lozier was 17th (17:35), sophomore Michael Swart 19th (17:41), senior Willie Grover 27th (17:55), junior Andrew Gorbett 45th (18:14) and junior Andy Vernarsky 51st (18:36).

Union sophomore Billy Garrison finished 20th (17:42), and freshman Klamath Walker finished 26th (17:54).

Union coach Steve Sheehy said Garrison had a personal best, and Walker was the second fastest freshman to cross the finish line.

— Raenelle Kwock

OSAA-U.S. Bank-Les Schwab Tires Class 2A/1A State Championships

Lane Community College, Eugene

Saturday

Boys

Team scores —Oakridge 53, Enterprise 84, Knappa 120, Regis 120, New Hope 165, Kennedy 187, Westside Christian 189, North Clackamas Christian 197, Neah-Kah-Nie 222, Stanfield 248, Central Linn 253, Oakland 266, Hosanna Christian 297, Myrtle Point 299.

Top 10 runners — 1. Jeff Goertz, North Clackamas Christian, 16:32; 2. Austin Bowles, Oakridge, 16:44; 3. Alec Bromka, Catlin Gabel, 16:51; 4. Andrew Perri, Oakridge, 16:53; 5. Zeger Snoeckx, Kennedy, 16:56; 6. Joseph Johnson, Canyonville Christian Academy, 17:05; 7. Brad Taylor, Oakridge, 17:16; 8. Jed Moffitt, Oakridge, 17:17; 9. Alex Jayne, Triad, 17:20; 10. Josh Parrett, Canyonville Christian Academy, 17:21.

ENTERPRISE (84) — 16. Austin Himes, 17:34; 17. Chris Lozier, 17:35; 19. Michael Swart, 17:41; 27. Willie Grover, 17:55; 45. Andrew Gorbett, 18:14; 51. Andy Vernarsky, 18:36.

UNION — 20. Billy Garrison, 17:42; 26. Klamath Walker, 17:54.

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