Four new records were set during the Lower Columbia Invitational in St. Helens on Saturday.
On Saturday, April 14, St. Helens welcomed 19 high schools from Oregon and one from Washington to the 54th Annual Lower Columbia Invitational at St. Helens High School.
The track & field athletes who placed the best from St. Helens were Logan Page, Savannah Moore, Savannah Hoffman, Dakotah Camberg, Kasten Warner and Daniel Lujano.
Logan Page won the men’s 200-meter and set season record with 23.05 seconds. Page also came in second place running the 100-meter in 11.45 seconds.
Savannah Moore took fourth place in the women’s 100-meter run and came second in women’s 200-meter.
Cheyenne Trainer set a new season record and came in fifth place running 3,000 meters in 12 minutes and 11.41 seconds.
In the women’s 300-meter hurdles - 30 feet, Savannah Hoffman came in tenth place setting a new personal record, finishing in 53.67 seconds. She also took third place in high jump after jumping four-feet-six-inches, sharing with Sarah Fajer from Faith Bible Christian and Lea Brodala from Scappoose.
In the 4x100 relay, Daniel Lujano, Dakotah Camberg, Logan Page and Sam Estep ran St. Helens into a third place with Clatskanie in second and Scappoose as the winner.
St. Helens came in third place in the distance medley relay for women, with Mackenzie Trainer, Anessa Mandella, Cheyenne Trainer and Savannah Hoffmann running the 1200-400-800-1600 meters in 13 minutes and 51.55 seconds.
In the men’s high jump, Dakotah Camberg won after jumping 6’5 feet and Tanner McTeigue came in fifth place jumping five-feet-six-inches. Camberg also took fourth place in the 110-meter hurdles - 39 feet.
In the triple jump, Kasten Warner set a new personal record jumping 30-feet-two-inches while finishing in third place among the women. In the pole vault, Maverick Rask came in third place jumping 10-feet-six-inches.
In the men’s long jump, Daniel Lujano won the finals jumping 20-feet-six and a half-inches, while Dakotah Camberg came in second place jumping 20-feet-four and a half-inches setting a new season record.