Pendleton’s Edwin Linares and Lane Maher were double winners in individual events on Friday at the Carnival of Speed in Milton-Freewater.

The track meet, in its 84th year for the boys, and 40th for the girls, did not see any of its records broken.

Pendleton won the boys team title with 125.5 points, with Walla Walla a distant second with 86 points.

Walla Walla won the girls team title with 109 points, with Ontario (64) second and Pendleton (62) third.

Linares won the long jump (20-7) and triple jump (41-6 1/2), while Maher won both hurdle events. Maher was clocked in 15.74 seconds in the 110 hurdles, with teammate Mathias Patrick second (16.0). In the 300 hurdles, Maher crossed the finish line in 42.26, nearly 2 seconds ahead of the next man — Tyler Homan of Joseph.

Aiden Patterson and Cam Sanford were double winners for the Bucks, teaming with Aaron Luke and Blake Davis to win the 4x100 relay (44.04).

Patterson also won the 100 (11.39), while Sanford won the 200 (23.80) and was second in the 100 (11.44).

Rounding out the winners for the Bucks was Shawn Yeager with a victory in the high jump at 6-1.

The small schools also had their share of success on Friday.

Gavin Newtson of Helix won the 800 in a time of 2:05.61, 3 seconds ahead of the next runner.

Derek Howard of Heppner took top honors in the shot put with a mark of 47-5, with Sam Carlson of Helix second (43-5). Carlson also was third in the discus (125-1), with Howard fourth (121-7).

Umatilla’s Cesar DeLaCruz, Julian Gutierrez, Arrik Russell and Zayne Troeger joined forces to win the 4x400 relay in a time of 3:48.17.

In the girls meet, Ana Zacarias of Irrigon won the 200 in a time of 27.45, then topped the field in the 400 (1:03.64), just a step ahead of Ione’s Hailey Heideman (1:03.79).

Umatilla’s Patty Burres was second in the 100 (13.21) and the 200 (28.06), and ran a leg on the 4x100 relay team that finished third.

The biggest win of the day was in the 4x400 relay, where Weston-McEwen’s Keree Graves, Tristin Gonzalez, Katie Vescio and Ellie Scheibner combined for a time of 4:03.60 — 31 seconds in front of the second-place team from Union.

Pilot Rock freshman Emily Lambert finished second in the shot put (31-11), while Lexie Cox of Stanfield/Echo was second in the javelin (105-3).

In the 800, Vescio (2:30.48) was second, closely followed by Madelyn Nichols of Heppner (2:31.98) and Hannah Christman of Helix (2:32.01).

Vescio also was second in the pole vault (8-0).

Nichols also was third in the 1,500 with a personal best time of 5:17.05.

Pendleton senior Hunter Blake was third in the shot put (31-5½) and fourth in the discus (93-6).

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