Titans first, barely, at NWACs
SPOKANE — The Lane men’s track team is locked in a tight race for first after the first day of the NWAC track and field championships Monday at Spokane Falls Community College.
The Titans piled up 65½ points and lead Clackamas by one point entering today’s finals.
The Lane women scored 63 points but trail Spokane, which scored 120 to take a commanding lead.
Mackenzie Folkerts was second in the women’s high jump, Anna Loken was second in the pole vault, and Derese Litzsey-Adams (shot put) and Simone Reynolds (javelin) also finished second for the Titans.
In the men’s events, Mike’l Andreasen and Colton Thurman finished 2-3 in the long jump, and Joel Johnson and Sean Duncan were 2-3 in the pole vault