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CoEd ALL Track

Posted 2 weeks ago @ 10:01AM

The Phoenix Pirates are sending a dozen athletes to the OSAA State Track and Field Championships in Eugene. The annual event will take place on May 17-18 at Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus. Phoenix will certainly be well-represented after a strong performance at the Skyline Conference Championships May 10-11 at Jack Woodward Stadium. Several athletes will take part in multiple events at State. Sophomore Cody Martin was recognized as the top sprinter at the conference meet after qualifying for State in four events. Martin won the 100-meter dash, finished third in the 200 (earning a spot based on his finish time) and was part of pair of relay teams that earned State spots (4x100 and 4x400). Senior Kael Feeley was named the meet's top distance runner after doubling up with victories in the 3000 on Friday before coming back Saturday to claim honors in the 1500. Junior Brayden  Decker tied the school record in winning the high jump with a best of 6-feet-5. Cash Stallsworth was the second-place finisher in both the shot put and discus to earn a return trip to Eugene. Phoenix will send a pair of girls to State. Junior Laurelin Jansen finished second in the pole vault while freshman Aleah Polansky was the runner-up in the 3000. Martin teamed with Robin Trenbeath, Nathan Faulkner and River Delco to win the 4x100 relay. He joined Delco, Ethan Dobbins and Jacob Moody to finish second in the 4x400. Henley won the team competitions. Phoenix was second in the boys' team standings with 141 points. The Phoenix girls were fourth with 82. For complete results from the Skyline Conference Meet visit https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/530953/results/all ...

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CoEd ALL Track

Posted 1 month ago @ 8:43AM

Brayden Decker continues to pick up where he left off last year. After a stellar sophomore season saw him win the Skyline Conference high jump and place at the OSAA State Track and Field Championships, the Phoenix junior tied the long-standing school record with a best of 6-foot-5 to win the event in a multi-team meet at P-T Rising Field on Tuesday. Decker's best tied a 1989 PHS mark set by Brice Sutliff. Sophomore Elijah Palmer continued his strong run in the javelin, winning the event with a best of 142-9. Phoenix finished second as a team to HIdden Valley. The Pirate boys also got a win from the 4x400 relay team of River Delco, Cole Clayton, Jackson Engstrom and Jayden Moody. The PHS girls, who also finished second as a team, got wins from Etta Allen int he discus and Laurelin Jansen in the pole vault. Jansen tied a school record in the process, clearing 8-6. Here are links to all results from the meet as well as other recent meets the Pirates were involved in.  April 16 home multi-meet ...

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Girls Varsity Softball

Posted 1 month ago @ 1:53PM

The Phoenix softball team is getting things rolling at the right time of the season. The Pirates improved to 5-6 overall and 2-3 in the Skyline Conference with a 19-7 win over visiting Mazama on ...

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Boys Varsity Baseball

Posted 1 month ago @ 1:03PM

After a slow start, the baseball season is looking up for the Phoenix Pirates.                 The Pirates posted ...

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CoEd ALL Track

Posted 1 month ago @ 12:49PM

                Big numbers mean considerable depth for the Phoenix High School track and field teams in 2024.                 With nearly 100 student-athletes in the program, the Pirates have the kind of numbers that will speak volumes in big meets, including the Skyline Conference Meet at PHS on May 10-11.                 Through a pair of early-season meets Phoenix is boasting considerable depth in a variety of events both on the track and in the field. Seven Pirate boys threw the javelin at least 90 feet earlier in the week at Hidden Valley while seven Pirates were among the top 10 finishers in the 200-meter dash in the same meet.                 Several newcomers are also impressing, including senior sprinter and jumper Robin Trenbeath and junior Wyatt Dean (javelin) while veterans like Kael Feeley (distances), Brayden Decker (high jump) and Cash Stallsworth (throws) continue to put up marks that helped them qualify for state last season.                 Senior Brissa Bauer (hurdles and jumps), junior Laurelin Jansen (pole vault) and sophomres Eli Palmer (javelin) and Cody Martin (sprints) are also making a splash, as is a deep freshmen class where the Pirates are picking up points in a variety of events. Here are complete results from the April 3 meet at Hidden Valley. https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/530949/results/all ...

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Boys Varsity Basketball

Posted 2 months ago @ 12:05PM

A long, lanky and talented Marist team was too much for the Phoenix boys' basketball team in the first round of the state playoffs. Appearing in the 4A Round of 16 for the first time since 20...

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Girls Varsity Basketball

Posted 3 months ago @ 10:34AM

A long trip against the defending state champions proved to be a task the Phoenix girls' basketball team wasn't afraid of. The Pirates put up a huge effort in a 53-44 loss to Baker in Bak...

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CoEd ALL Wrestling

Posted 3 months ago @ 10:24AM

A small but mighty contingent from Phoenix proved it belonged at the OSAA State Wrestling Tournament. Phoenix coach Joe Hutchinson saw Tanner Schuh (113 pounds) and Erik Reyes Medina (132) draw t...

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Boys Varsity Basketball

Posted 3 months ago @ 10:20AM

The Phoenix boys continued a memorable basketball season, narrowly missing out on a share of the Skyline Conference basketball championship in the process. The Pirates dropped a 53-51 decision at...

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