Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, May 07, 1965, Image 4

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EVERGREEN - E a g e - 4 , LIONS WIN FIRST MEET N YEARS Lions Participate In Poison Relavs Nine teams participated in the seventh annual Poi­ son Jaycee Relays Satur­ day, May 2. Six meet re­ cords were broken and one tied, four by the host Poison school, despite cold and windy weather. Other teams oarticipating were LCHS, Columbia Falls, Hamilton, Missoula. Loy­ ola, Missoula Hellgate, Thompson Palls, Ronan, and Corvallis. Team tot­ als were not compiled. Joe Haverlandt was the only Lion to bring a med­ al home from the meet, earning that by placing third in the low hurdles. Loren Osier was the only other Lion to place in an individual event by tieing for fifth in the high jump. Eureka scored three other fifths x*ith team efforts in the two mile relay made up of Mike Cuffe, Chuck Miller, Art Weydemeyer, and Grant Lancaster, the Medlay relay(made up of Steve Curtiss, Haverlandt, Cuf­ fe, and Lancaster), and the shutter hurdle relay (made up of Bob Osier, Cuffe, Barry Schermerhorn and Haverlandt). The two mile relay is made up of four half miles; the med­ ley relay consists of a 220, a 110, a 440, and an 880; and the shuttle hur­ dle relay consists of 4- members running 100 yards (as each member finished he tagged the next runner on the shoulder who ran a separate flight of hur­ dles the opposite direc­ tions ). . LCHS placed well in the Novice Meet held along with the Varsity Relays.. Max Salisbury won the. 100 and 220 yard dashes, with Mike Osier taking fifth in the 100. They were the only Eurekans to place individually. The Novice two mile re­ lay te&«\ made up of Greg Frost, Vic Peltier, Le- land Tripp, and David Meeker won that event. Frost, Chuck Miller, Max Salisbury and Barry Dickinson took second in the shuttle hurdle relay. Mike Workman, Monte Grob, Mike Osier, and Terry Franklin took, fourth in the 880 relay. Despite losing 30 yards on a dropped baton Max Salis­ bury, Mike Osier, Mike Workman, and David Meeker placed fourth in the med­ ley relay. LCHS SWEEPS MILE The Eureka Lions track team scored roughly ]/3 of their points in the mile run in the Lincoln County Track Meet in Lib­ by April 24. The Lions compiled 11 of their 37 points by sweep­ ing all four places in the mile. Eureka finished behind Libby and Troy in the meet standings. All four Lions ran less than a 5 minute mile, with sophomora Grant Lan­ caster being the first Lion to go under 4:50 since 1962 when Bruce Wey­ demeyer s,et the County Meet record at 4:38. Lan - caster finished in 4:4-8, followed by seniors Art (cont. p. 5) The Eureka Lions track team brought home first place honors from the Hot Springs Invitational Track Meet in Hot Springs Saturday, April 17 with 93 points. Other teams involved were Hot Springs 53 and l/2, Big Fork 39 points, and Clark Fork, Idaho 23 and l/2 points. It was the first track meet LCHS has won in sev­ eral years. Grant Lancaster, Art Weydemeyer, and Mike Cuffe took the top three places in the mile in that order. Later they finished Cuffe, Lancaster, and Weydemeyer for the first three places in the half mile. They had close competition and times were slow. Eureka also took the top two place in the high jump as Loren. Osier and Grant Lancaster both cleared 5'5\ with Osier taking first for having fewer misses. Eureka Frosh also won the Novice Meet with more than 90 points. Hot Springs was second, dark Fork third, and Big Fork fourth. . LCHS also dominated Frosh distance events. Lion results were: high hurdles-3. Pershall B. Osier Mile-1. Lancaster 2. Weydemeyer 3. Cuffe 5:07 Javelin-2. Pershall 5. Curtiss 44-0-2. Snedigar Low Hurdles-2. Apeland 3. Haverlandt 100-2, Snedigar 3. Haver­ landt 5. Salisbury 880-1. Cuffe 2. Lancaster 3. Weydemeyer, 2:15.4 Pole Vault-2. Osier 4. Pershall 220-3. Snedigar 4. Haver­ landt 5. Salisbury Discus-2. Peltier Shot Put -3. Snedigar 4. Haverlandt High Jump-1. L, Osier 2. Lancaster 4. Apeland 5. Osier Broad Jump-2. Salisbury 880 relay-1. Hot Springs 2. Eufeka (Haverlandt, Salisbury, Curtiss, Sned­ igar) 3. Clark Fork 4. Big F o r k . .

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 07 May 1965, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1965-05-07/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.