POCATELLO, Idaho — Emilia Del Hoyo finished second in the pentathlon and Max Jette holds the lead following the first four events of the heptathlon on Friday at the Snake River Open hosted by Idaho State.
Del Hoyo totaled 3,495 points to lead three Hornets in the top five. The sophomore took an early lead after running the 60-hurdles in 8.77 for the fastest time in the meet. Del Hoyo dropped to second place following the second event where she cleared 4-10.50 in the high jump.
She wasn't able to catch Idaho State's Bailey Woodbury during the next two events as she had distances of 34-02.00 in the shot put and 17-07.00 in the long jump. Del Hoyo made up some ground in the 800 after running 2:28.66 to finish 5.42 seconds ahead of Woodbury.
Elizabeth Venzon placed third overall with 3,373 points. Venzon was consistent throughout the meet, placing among the top four in four of the five events. Newcomers Ivie Eboigbodin and Julia Grimm finished in fifth and sixth place. respectively. Eboigbodin scored 3,150 points while Grimm amassed 3,100. Grimm also tied for the top mark in the high jump (5-04.50) and the shot put (35-08.50).
Sacramento State was also represented by Brittany Dugger (8th, 2,977 points) and Caroline Combs (9th, 2,975 points).
Jette wracked up 2,751 points in the first four events of the heptathlon. He ran 7.44 in the 60 to start the day in the middle of pack before surging towards the top with a long jump of 20-11.75 which tied for the best among the field. Jette added a shot put of 38-04.75 and closed the day by clearing 6-04.75. That height was 3.5 inches beyond the closest competitor.
Andrew Stich is in seventh place with 2,495 points. Stich ran the 60 in 7.33, had a long jump of 20-07.75, a shot put of 34-11, and was successful at 5-07.25 in the high jump.
The final three events in the heptathlon (60-hurdles, pole vault, 1000) will take place on Saturday along with the main program of the meet.
SNAKE RIVER OPEN
Pocatello, Idaho | Holt Arena
Penthathlon Results (University Division)
1. Baily Woodbury, ISU, 3654
2. Emilia Del Hoyo, SAC, 3495
3. Elizabeth Venzon, SAC, 3373
4. Shayla Henderson, ISU, 3161
5. Ivie Eboigbodin, SAC, 3150
6. Julia Grimm, SAC, 3100
7. Tracy Gordon, ISU, 3024
8. Brittany Dugger, SAC, 2977
9. Caroline Combs, SAC, 2975
10. Emeri Larsen, WSU, 2857
11. Sierra Ambrosek, ISU, 2656
12. Shealnn Wacaser, WSU, 2195
Heptathlon Standings (University Division through four events)
1. Max Jette, SAC, 2751
2. Dyllan James, ISU, 2596
3. Eric Durrant, Unatt., 2576
4. Reeve Lafaye, WSU, 2564
5. Kyle Searle, Unatt., 2560
6. Tyler Kendell, WSU, 2553
7. Adrew Stich, SAC, 2495
8. Tim Ankenman, ISU, 2461
9. Dillon Dopp, SUU, 2275
10. Keaton Pace, WSU, 2263
11. Jakota Brown, ISU, 2250
12. Reed Jeppe, Unatt., 2238
13. Alan Dopp, Unatt., 1770
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