Davis and Grandle Break Records After Day One of CCC Multis

LA GRANDE, Ore. – The Mountaineers set the tone on Day One of the 2024 Cascade Collegiate Conference Multi-Events Championships, finishing highly in both the Men’s Decathlon and Women’s Heptathlon.

TJ Davis set the pace for the men’s competition with a total of 3,641 points. The graduate senior won four out of five events, setting new CCC Decathlon records in both the shot put and the 400-meter race. Following closely behind, Israel Miles ranks third with a total of 3,171 points.

On the women’s side, Elizabeth Grandle sits in second place with a total of 3,003 points, trailing Rebecca Dutchak of British Columbia by just 56 points. The sophomore notably broke the conference Heptathlon high jump record with a leap of 1.68 meters, also placing third in the EOU record books. Separated by a mere 65 points, the trio of Adrienne Washington, Samantha Conley, and Karli Bedard currently stand in 7th, 8th, and 9th place respectively.

Men’s Decathlon

100 Meter Race
1st – TJ Davis – 11.29 seconds
3rd – Israel Miles – 11.43 seconds

Long Jump
2nd – TJ Davis – 6.56 meters
5th – Israel Miles – 6.28 meters

Shot Put
1st – TJ Davis – 13.36 meters
7th – Israel Miles – 10.71 meters

High Jump
1st – TJ Davis – 1.81 meters
6th – Israel Miles – 1.66 meters

400 Meter Race
1st – TJ Davis – 50.14 seconds
4th – Israel Miles – 52.20 seconds

Women’s Heptathlon

100 Meter Hurdles
2nd – Karli Bedard – 14.85 seconds
5th – Elizabeth Grandle – 15.13 seconds
8th – Samantha Conley – 15.38 seconds
10th – Adrienne Washington – 16.25 seconds

High Jump
1st – Elizabeth Grandle – 1.68 meters
3rd – Adrienne Washington – 1.59 meters
8th – Samantha Conley – 1.53 meters
8th – Karli Bedard – 1.53 meters

Shot Put
2nd – Elizabeth Grandle – 11.63 meters
3rd – Samantha Conley – 10.33 meters
6th – Adrienne Washington – 9.65 meters
11th – Karli Bedard – 8.78 meters

200 Meter Race
3rd – Elizabeth Grandle – 27.01 seconds
4th – Adrienne Washington – 27.03 seconds
10th – Samantha Conley – 27.95 seconds
12th – Karli Bedard – 28.50 seconds

The second half of the competition will resume tomorrow at Banner Bank Track, starting with the Decathlon 100-meter hurdles at 10:00 a.m.

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