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The triangular track in Vernonia doesn't meet national or . St. Helens Middle School in Oregon still has a three-turn track on its campus too. Record lists: Track & Field | Cross Country To Make Track Return at Camel City Invitational - Nike Cross Nationals. Nathan Fleck, a senior from Vernonia High School ended his Vernonia track career in style. Fleck set new state record in the meters while winning his.

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Saffier read a prepared statement in which she expressed frustration with continuing budget shortfalls. Saffier expressed concern about continuing cuts to staff and called for an independent audit of the budget outside help in budget preparation. The Budget the Committee was presented includes several cuts again this year. Ken Cox presented the budget message. Cox explained that the budget includes projected increases in student enrollment and if those increases do not occur the District will need to consider additional changes to the budget.

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vernonia high school track meet

Kenneth Cox has announced that he will be retiring, effective June 30th. Cox made the announcement at the School Board meeting on Thursday May 9, The School Board then voted to hire Cox back as a half-time Superintendent. His tenure was marred by the December 3, flood which damaged all three Vernonia school buildings. All three teams have an league record.

vernonia high school track meet

The first and second place finishers automatically receive a berth in the State Playoffs; the third and fourth place finishers have to have a playoff game to get into the state tournament. Vernonia holds a tie breaker edge against Knappa but not against Nestucca. Otherwise Fetch has been doing some experimenting trying to fill a hole at third base where Pearl Cook, Paige Smith and Kassidy Fetch have been seeing time.

Cook has also played shortstop along with freshman Allegra Poetter. Smith has shared time at first with Poetter and Cassidy Whitton has also played some infield.

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Almost all the Lady Loggers are good at the plate but expect to see a lot of offense from Wolf who consistently gets on base and Fetch who slaps the ball, bunts and uses her speed.

Cook, Poetter and both Smith girls have all been hitting the ball hard in the early season.

vernonia high school track meet

With a light league schedule, the Lady Loggers scheduled in numerous non-league games. They traveled to Bend where they participated in the Central Oregon Tournament. Two non-league games were cancelled because of weather. Coach Mike Fetch has his young team playing good ball and challenging for the league lead. The Lady Loggers were in second place following their layoff with a record.

On April 29 Vernonia returned to action, starting a crucial three game series against first place Knappa. Vernonia was scheduled to wrap up the Knappa series with a double header on Friday May 2.

Baseball — Coach Joe Walters and the Loggers are currently in fifth place in District 1 with a record overall and are in league play. The Loggers went in their match-p with Faith Bible with two shutout wins and ; they also lost to Faith Bible Knappa is currently ranked number one in the state in 2A baseball. Read More VHS Spring Sports Report Jerrian Pond Softball-The Lady Loggers are a very young team but are currently in first place in their District with a record; they are overall this season and are ranked 5th in the state after winning two of three games against Gaston.

Vernonia beat Gaston in their first meeting and then split a double header on April 11, losing the opener but coming back to win the second game Head Coach Mike Fetch and assistant Ernie Smith have six freshman and three sophomores on the squad along with a few seniors and juniors.

Fetch went the distance for the Lady Loggers and earned a shut out win in the second game against Gaston. The infield has sophomore Paige Smith at first base, Wolf is starting at second, Cook is the shortstop and junior Taylor Titus plays third base. Senior Jerrian Pond anchors the outfield in center field. Offensively Wolf has been hitting the ball hard as well as running the bases and setting the tone for the team. Cook, Fetch, Sarah Smith, Titus and Pond have all been consistent at the plate, getting on base, providing key hits, moving runners and driving in runs.