Lane Community College freshman Trent Reavis did some heavy lifting Saturday to lead the Titans men to the Southern Region Track and Field Championships title at the Eugene campus.
Reavis, a 2018 Siuslaw graduate, won the shot put and the discus, finished fourth in the hammer and placed sixth in the javelin as the Titans men won with 266 points.
Reavis won the shot put at 45 feet, 8.5 inches, the discus at 146-10.25, swung the hammer 131-3.5 and launched the 800-gram javelin 162-8.75.
All but the shot put were collegiate personal records for Reavis, who is the Siuslaw boys record-holder in the discus and No. 2 in both the shot put and javelin.
Clackamas was second among the seven schools with 175.5 points. Clark had 114, Mt. Hood 102, Treasure Valley 47, Umpqua 23.5 and Southwestern Oregon 5.
Lane was first among the six women's teams with 255.5 points. Clackamas had 179, Treasure Valley 115, Mt. Hood 76.5, Umpqua 57 and Clark 20.
Next up is the Northwest Athletic Conference championships, Monday and Tuesday, May 20-21, at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham.
Central Coast gets a sixth fixed opening, July 23-25, from Port Orford to Garibaldi.
Florence lanes will be open from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily for open bowling.
No fishing licenses or tags are required to fish, crab or clam in Oregon on Saturday and Sunday.
Today's opening of three-decades-old Siuslaw Elementary School time capsule delayed a year.