Willamette Surgery Center will be giving SPORTS PHYSICALS For athletes from local middle and high schools on Saturday, August 10th, From 9 am to 11:00 am, Doors open at 8:45 am.
Parent(s) or Guardian(s) MUST be present.
Willamette Surgery Center is located at 1445 State Street, at the corner of State and 14th Streets.
Parking is available.
A huge congratulations goes out to our Judson track teams. Tuesday, May 14th, at the All City meet, the girls came away with the championship, scoring a phenomenal 162 points. The next closest team was at 131. The humility and sportsmanship our girls showed makes all of the coaches extremely proud. They represented Judson in a way that every coach wishes their athletes would act. The boys team clinched 4th place, edging out Leslie and Houck. There are no words to express how proud the coaches are of the way we competed and represented Judson. These were great team efforts, with every member of our team contributing to make our success possible. Even those that didn't get to compete helped push those that did in practice and at meets to help make them better. It was a great day to be a Jaguar
Hannah Clifford was an All City champion in all of her races, winning the hurdles, 200, 400, and being part of the 4x400 relay team, which tied the All City record. Kendall Baus was All City champion in 3 of her 4 events winning the 8th grade 100, being the anchor on the 8th grade 4x100, and also being a part of the 4x400 team. She also came in third in the 200. Also placing in the 200 were Hailey Bruce, coming in 2nd, and Alexa Smith, coming in 4th, to round out the domination of the event. Anna Chau ran her fastest 1500 of the season to win the event by over 5 seconds. She was followed by Riely White who bettered her time by 14 seconds to take 5th. Chau also took 6th in the 800 behind Megan Baus who was 5th. Bruce took 2nd in the 6th grade 100 and 4th in the 6th grade shot. Madeline Souza competed in 4 events, 2 of which were 1st place finishes, the 6th grade 4x100 and the 4x400. She also was 8th in the 6th grade 100 and 11th in the 400. Hailey Clifford also competed in 4 events, which required her to sprint over a mile. She was on the championship 4x400, 8th grade 4x100, then was 5th in the open 400, and 2nd in the 800. Sidney Moses and Madison Weidner were the last two on the 8th grade 4x100 championship team, with Makana Pawl and Megan Baus being the last two on the 6th grade championship team. Weidner also ran in the 8th grade 100, taking 10th. Moses also ran in the 100 hurdles, taking 4th, with her best time of the season. Coming in 3rd was McKenna Davis, who improved her time by over a second. In the 7th grade 100, Amanda Bell and Jackie Lopez ran one of their fastest races of the season. They were joined by Ahnna Wyckoff and Sadie Thompson to take 6th in the 7th grade 4x100 relay. Cassidy Bernard and Jennie Jones represented Judson in the 7/8 grade shot with Sara Moran joining Bruce in the 6th grade. In the discus, Ayle Armstrong earned a 3rd place spot with her furthest throw of the year. She was joined by Kailee Sorensen who threw really well. In the jumping events, Alexa Smith, Ayle Armstrong, Amanda Bell, and Faith Schuetz all did well in the high jump with Delaney Smith taking 6th in the long jump. Schuetz also competed in the long jump for Judson.
Congratulations Jags on a hard-fought and well-deserved win.
For the boys Conrad Thompson, Carter James and Nick Heart started off the scoring in the hurdles, coming in 2nd, 3rd, and 7th. Thompson was 3rd in both the 200 and 8th grade 100. He was also a member of the 4th place 4x400 relays team, joined by Hunter LeRoy, Damon Ros, and Jesus Coria. LeRoy also ran the 800, taking a very close 2nd, with a 5 second PR. He was joined in the 800 by Caleb Cooper who set his personal record at the meet. Ros also competed in the long jump with Carter James. Coria had a busy day, running in the 200, 400, 8th grade 4x100 as well as the 4x400. Jeremiah Davis was 13th in the 100 and 3rd in the high jump. He was also a member of the 6th place 8th grade 4x100 team. The 7th grade 4x100 team of Noah Robertson, Mikeal Foster, Lucas Schnell, and Bryant Williams PR'd to claim 3rd place. Robertson and Foster ran great times in the open 100 as well. The 6th grade 4x100 team of Andrew Nguyen, Morgan Bice, Eric Lungu, and Jose Bastida also PR'd and crossed the finish line in 5th. Bastida and Lungu represented Judson in the 6th grade 100. The long distance duo of Jacob Donnellan and Nathaniel Honanie were 9th and 16th in one of the fastest 1500's of the season. In the field events, Bryce Perkins was 4th in the 7/8 grade shot with Levi Langley taking 6th and Nick Brotton 8th. Langley also competed in the high jump, tying for 9th. Wyatt Karp and Ethan Stockton were Judson’s 6th grade shot putters. Justin Surritt and Christian Nachand threw the discus for the Jags, each setting a new personal record.
Congratulations to all 200 of our track athletes!! You all did very well this season and your coaches are all very proud of the overall accomplishments.
The track team would like to thank all of the parents, staff, and students for their continued support throughout the season.
Both Judson track teams finished the regular season with a win against Waldo and Claggett Creek. To start off the meet Hannah Clifford, Sidney Moses, McKenna Davis, and Kellie McSween swept the hurdles with personal records being set by each, as well as many others. The 8th and 6th grade relay teams also picked up the win. Anna Chau won her two events, the 800 and 1500. Kendall Baus won the 8th grade 100 as well as the 200. Hannah Clifford, Hailey Bruce and Alexa Smith finished out the scoring in the 200. Hailey Bruce also scored 5 points by winning the 6th grade 100. Judson swept the 400 with Hannah Clifford crossing first followed by Madeline Souza, Hailey Clifford, and Sidney Moses. The Jags did equally well in the field events. Delaney Smith and Faith Schuetz claimed 1st and 2nd in both the high and long jumps. Amanda Bell and Ayle Armstrong rounded out the scoring in the high jump. Jennie Jones, Cassidy Bernard, and Loryn Studer went 1-2-3 in the 7/8 grade shot put. Armstrong also won the discus with Kailee Sorenson taking 2nd and Chelsey Martinez-Clark taking 3rd.
Conrad Thompson started off the scoring for the boys by winning the hurdles. Carter James was a close second with Nick Heart a close 4th. The 6th and 7th grade 400m relay teams picked up another win. In the 8th grade 100, Thompson led the way with Nick Brotton taking 2nd and Levi Langley taking 4th. Jesus Coria-Regalado was first in both the 200 and 400. Heart claimed 2nd in the 200 followed by Jordan Mendenhall and Eric Martin. Jacob Donnellan and Nathaniel Honanie teamed up to take 1st and 2nd in the 1500, with their fastest times of the year. Nick Brotton set a PR and won the shot put with Bryce Perkins taking 3rd. Jeremiah Davis jumped well in the high jump winning that event for the 3rd time.
The track coaches are so extremely proud of the accomplishments our athletes have made. They have put in a lot of hard work and dedication, and it has really paid off. The number of PR's set by our athletes is a tribute to how hard they have been working. It has been a great season and we are sad it is coming to an end.
Judson is taking 50 athletes to the All City meet this coming Tuesday at West High, starting at 3:30. Come on out and support your fellow Jaguars as they represent Judson against the other Salem-Keizer schools.