GRESHAM — Siuslaw's Hannah Rannow led a 1-2-3 finish by Sky-Em League runners in the girls 3,000 meters Friday to highlight the opening day of the OSAA Class 4A state track and field meet at Mt. Hood Community College.

Rannow, who was third in the Sky-Em League meet last week, turned the tables Friday by winning in 10 minutes, 14.30 seconds.

Sky-Em champ Anika Thompson of Junction City was second in 10:17.96 with Marist's McKenna Priske in third in 10:27.88.

Rannow is the defending state champ in the 800 and will run that race Saturday. Among the 1,500 favorites Saturday are Thompson, Priske and Marist's Jennifer Tsai.

Marshfield's Ravyn Miranda won the long jump with a leap of 17 feet, 5½ inches after finishing third last year. Teammate Elise Martin was sixth at 16-6.

In the high jump, Cottage Grove's Matelynn Ladd was fourth at 5-2 with teammate Gracie Arnold seventh at 5-0.

Hidden Valley leads the team race with 24 points to 14 for defending champ Marshfield. Siuslaw is tied for third with 10 points, Junction City is tied for sixth with eight points and Cottage Grove is eighth with seven.

4A boys state meet

Cottage Grove's Mitchell Krokus won the triple jump on his first jump of the competition when he soared 44-4¾ and won by more than a foot. Krokus had the three longest jumps of the competition to win easily. Marshfield's Chase Howerton repeated as the pole vault champ by clearing 14-6 for the second consecutive year before missing three times at 15 feet. He won by nine inches. Siuslaw's Ryan Rendon-Padilla put the field away early in the javelin when he launched his winning throw of 186-11 in the second round. Marshfield's Brian Place was fourth at 161-1. Newport leads Henley, 31-24, in the team race with Marshfield third with 17½ points.

3A girls state meet

Sutherlin's Jadyn Vermillion won the long jump with a leap of 17-4 on her second-to-last attempt and teammate Shakiya Candelaria was fifth at 15-6 at Mt. Hood. Pleasant Hill's Maddy Woodward finished seventh in the 3,000 in 11:19.25. Burns leads Nyssa, 24-19, in the team race with Sutherlin fourth with 14 points.

3A boys state meet

When Pleasant Hill's Dylan Hopper began vaulting at 13-0, only one other competitor was left in the field. Hopper cleared 13-0 on his first try, then passed to 14-0 and cleared that height on his first attempt before missing three times at 14-7. He won by 15 inches over Taft's JJ French, and Hopper's win vaulted the Billies, the defending team champs, to the first-day lead with 20½ points. Brookings, Salem Academy and Warrenton are tied for second with 16 points with Sutherlin and Westside Christian tied with 14 points. Sutherlin's Bryce Olsen was second (168-10) and Pleasant Hill's Jaydan Gray sixth (157-0) in the javelin. Pleasant Hill's Kirk Everett was third in the triple jump at 40-11½.

2A girls state meet

Freshman Holly Hutton made it five straight years that a Hutton from Bandon won the 3,000 meters when she ran past Enterprise's Kyla Hook on the final lap to win by almost 1½ seconds in 10:53.37 at Western Oregon University. Sailor Hutton won the 3,000 every year at state from 2015-18. Oakridge's Katherine Abbott was fourth in 11:20.91 and Central Linn's Jenna Neal (11:30.74) and Jessica Neal (11:52.52) were sixth and ninth, respectively. Monroe's Kyndal Martin was unable to repeat as the long jump champ as she finished fourth at 17-0¼. In the high jump, Oakland's Hadley Brooksby tied for third at 4-10 and Central Linn's Madison Chapman tied for fifth at 4-8. Grant Union leads Kennedy, 26-20, in the team race with Bandon fourth with 12 points.

2A boys state meet

Kevin Meier of Oakland soared 45-1½ to edge Jefferson's Cesar Sepulveda (44-9) in a thrilling triple jump duel. Sepulveda, last year's 3A state champ, had the lead through two rounds before Meier uncorked his winning jump in the third round. Sepulveda's best jump also came in the third round. Central Linn's DiSean Hernandez set the meet record of 44-7½ in 2015 but Sepulveda is the meet record-holder now as he had a wind-legal reading on his best jump while Meier's winning leap had a 2.1 meters per second tailwind, just over the allowable limit of 2.0 for record purposes. Meier also finished fourth in the pole vault at 12-6. Monroe's Cristian Garcia repeated as the shot put champ with a throw of 49-11½, and teammate Zach Young finished fourth in the javelin at 156-2. East Linn Christian leads the team race with 24 points to 18 for Heppner, 17 for Oakland, 16 for Glide and 15 for Monroe.

1A girls state meet

Crow's Megan Green was fifth in the 3,000 in 11:41.60 at Western Oregon. Perrydale leads Joseph, 25-18, in the team race with Adrian third with 12 points.

1A boys state meet

Mapleton's JJ Neece was fourth in the javelin with a throw of 153-7 and seventh in the triple jump at 39-10¼. Joseph leads Sherman, 23-16, in the team race with Crosshill Christian third with 13 points.