Competing in the second heat, Daigre, a product of Kent-Meridian High School, struggled and did not advance after finishing eighth at 2:00.44.
In the men's javelin, Sean Keller, the Washington high school champ from Vancouver's Heritage High School finished sixth with a best of 69.65/228-6, and UCLA's Derek Eager from Renton, a product of Tahoma High School was eighth with a throw of 65.90/216-2. Braian Toledo of Argentina blasted the previous PAJ meet record with his 249-7/76.09 in the first round, and he added to that record in round three with his winning 76.40/250-8.
Complete results from the Pan American Junior Championships are available here.
NOTE: USA Track & Field contributed to this report.