WAPATO - Grandview High School hurler Cody McMillan placed first in both the shot and discus at the Lions Club Wolftrack Invitational at Wapato High School this past Saturday. Grandview was one of 10 teams competing at the meet.
McMillan had a 48-4 3/4 effort in the shot, more than seven feet further than his closest competitor, who was fellow Greyhound shot thrower Andrew Peterson. Peterson had a 41-3/4 effort.
Also placing in the shotput for Grandview was A.J. Hawn, who threw 40-4.
In the discus McMillan had an impressive 142-7 effort for a first place finish. His closest competitor was Live Zepeda of Prosser, who had a 116-0 throw.
Third place honors went to Grandview's Andrew Peterson, who threw the discus 115-10.
In the 1,600-meter run, Grandview star runner Cordero Cisneros placed second, clocking a time of 4:31.50. He finished behind Nectaly Barbosa of Prosser, who clocked a time of 4:16.93. Also placing in the event for Grandview was Ivan Zamora, who clocked a time of 5:03.73. Cisneros also placed second in the 800 meter run, clocking a time of 1:58.55.
In the 100 meter dash, Grandview's Silas Hansen finished third with a clocking of 11.96. Hansen also placed fourth in the triple jump with a 36-9 1/4 effort. First place honors went to Riverside Christian's Aaron Wells, who had a 41-0 jump.
Grandview's Jordan Murataya was second in the 400-meter event, clocking a time of 56.47.
Also placing at the meet for Grandview was Noel Hinojosa, who cleared the high jump bar at 5-8 for second place. Placing third in the event was Brad Copeland of Grandview, who cleared a height of 5-6.
Hinojosa also placed sixth in the long jump event with a 17-10 1/2 effort.
In the 300-meter hurdles, Matt Concienne placed third with a clocking of 46.64. He came in behind East Valley's R. Mahre, who clocked a time of 45.63.
Only two girls placed for Grandview.
Akane Tomizawa of Grandview was second in the pole vault with an 8-6 effort. First place honors went to Hilary Moore of Prosser, who cleared the bar at 10-0.
Chelsea Jones was the only other competitor to place for Grandview. Jones placed fifth in the shotput with a 30-4 effort. First place honors were given to Bickleton's Annie Hess, who had a 35-8 1/2 toss.
Jones also placed sixth in the girls discus and in the javelin. She had an 81-6 discus effort and tossed the javelin 88-2.