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Santiam, Scio shine in OHSET district

Reporter for The Canyon Weekly

Scio and Santiam both paced their divisions after the three Willamette district meets of the Oregon High School Equestrian Teams season.

Scio turned in the top performance in the medium team category, while Santiam’s one-rider team of Makenzie Schmid led the Wolverines to the top slot in the mini division.

Athletes in all eight Oregon districts will compete in the state championships May 12-15 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond.

Scio scored 1,131 points in the three meets, outscoring runner-up Sweet Home (1,043). Santiam turned in 374 points in the mini division, with Toledo taking second.

Dylan Cate won a pair of individual titles in keyhole and individual flags while also joining with Adalai Rudkin to capture the team sorting title in the third meet. Cate also took 2nd in figure 8 in the third meet and 2nd in individual flags in the first meet, while Audrey Storms took 2nd in working rancher in the first competition.

Schmid’s top individual finish was 3rd in individual flags for Santiam in the third meet. She also scored points in individual flags, keyhole, figure 8 and pole bending in both the second and third meets while also teaming up with Scio riders in team events at all three district competitions.

Schmid took home third in two team events in the second meet, joining with Rudkin, Storms and Cate in team versatility and Cate, Delana Bergby and Annika Maxson in freestyle fours. 

Softball: Scio is off to an 8-2 start and is ranked No. 3 in Class 3A, but the Loggers still have some catching up to do in the PacWest Conference. Top-ranked Yamhill-Carlton is 6-0 with six gams left. 

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