Monday, March 26, 2012

Weekend roundup: Peyton Scoring Meet and Spring Break Open recap...

At the Peyton Scoring Meet on Saturday in Tacoma, the Puget Sound women's squad, and the St. Martin's men's team took top honors in the meet hosted by the University of Puget Sound.

St. Martin's 67 points on the men's side was good enough for the team win. Pacific Lutheran finished second with 63 points, the Loggers had 52 points in third and Olympic College had 14 points.

In the women's team competition, UPS scored 66 points to top St. Martin's by five, with Pacific Lutheran third with 45 and Olympic College with 23 points.

St. Martin's was led by thrower Sam Washington (left/photo courtesy St. Martin's University), the newly minted GNAC weight throw champ, who took a shot/disc double at 50-10.75 (15.51m) and 152-11 (46.60m), and pole vaulter Kevin Johnson, who cleared 13-11.75 (4.26m)

UPS' Andrea Leiken won two individual events--the 200 (26.38) and the 400 (58.22), and was part of the Loggers' winning 4 x 400m relay (4:08.27).

Complete results from the Peyton Scoring Meet are available here…

In Seattle, meet records were set in the men's steeple by John Ricardi (9:21.65), Katelyn Steen of Western Washington in the women's steeple (11:14.11), and Washington's Michelle Fero (56.35) in the 400 at the Spring Break Open meet hosted by Club Northwest on Saturday, with competition primarily from Seattle Pacific, Western Washington, and athletes from the University of Washington who didn't travel to Los Angeles for the USC Trojan Invitational.

Complete results from the Spring Break Open meet are available here.

NOTE: The sports information offices of St. Martin's University and the University of Puget Sound contributed to this report.

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