Siena Heights - Moore Leads 110 Hurdle Field after Day One of NAIA Outdoors
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MARION, Ind. -- Logan Moore (Southgate, Mich./Anderson) ranked first after the 110-meter-hurdle preliminaries and a number of other Siena Heights men's track and field athletes positioned themselves for All-America bids on day one of the NAIA Outdoor Championships at Indiana Wesleyan.
Moore clocked in at :14.13 to move on in his event.
In the decathlon, Calvin Sullins (Sand Creek, Mich.), Nathan Donnellon (Ypsilanti, Mich.) and Travis Derscheid (Evart, Mich./Evart) rank fifth, ninth and 14th after the first five stages.
Sullins has 3,463 points with his best placement coming in the long jump when he was fourth. Donnellon has 3,286 points with sixth-place finishes in the high jump and 400 while Derscheid holds 3,012 points and a third-place showing in the shot put.
Jesiah Rodriguez (Erie, Mich./Erie Mason) moved into the 1,500 final and will be seeded ninth after Thursday's time of 3:59.86. Zach Widner (Detroit, Mich./Weston Prep) finished 20th in the event with a 4:01.76.
Doug Dawson (Roseville, Mich./Roseville) ended up 19th in the 400, timing in at :49.12, and Ray Carney (Blissfield, Mich./Blissfield) placed 24th in the discus with a distance of 157 feet, 2 inches (47.91 meters).
The NAIA Championship will continue Friday and Saturday.