Middle School Meet Schedule
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Carmel Field and Distance Invite. Every year the distance giant Great Oak located in Riverside comes down in mass and dominates the meet.
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With a student body of over they have a lot of talent to choose from. Still, our distance runners did well at the Sun Devil Stadium. Most track meets have heat after heat of sprints. This one has heat after heat of distance events. She was close though and posted a time of 2: Great Oak also placed third out of over runners. Their times were 2: Great Oak took the top two places out of finishers. Madden Hundley placed 12th with a time of 5: Great Oak went in that one.
In the girls DMR Hundley led off with the meter leg 3 laps with a time of around 4: Ruthie Grant-Williams clocked She passed off to Perez for the who nearly matched her open time with 2: Renee Phillips ran the meter anchor leg in around 5: Third place went to Torrey Pines in The old record of The boys placed 6th in their DMR with a time of Winn ran the leg followed by Chris Russell for theHurlburt for theand Klingenberg for the Grant-Williams cleared in a 6-way tie for 7th.
Up to this point in the race we were lost in the crowd and Hickey got the baton in 5th place with Helix way out in front. To top it off Dozier had a sore ankle so we had to keep her out.
Since Grant-Williams runs the hurdles she was elected to run the meter anchor leg. We were in the 3rd of three heats. The last heat is supposed to be the fast heat but in the first heat San Diego High School had posted a fast time.
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Whittemore led off, she passed to Perez, who passed to Hickey. Hickey came out of the crowd and turned on the after-burners down the home stretch of her meter leg to give Grant-Williams about a 10 meter lead. She held on to enough of it to post a time of 1: That time was 1: I mentioned that Perez ran the She posted a great early-season time of 2: These were the top three times in the county at that point this season.
Hickey blew the field away in with a 1. Still she managed to run a section leading time of Grant-Williams ran both the and meter hurdles. In the short hurdles, she won her heat with a time of In the long hurdles, she placed 7th overall with a time of Running on tired legs, Perez placed 5th in the with a time of Jasmine Rippey placed 7th in the with a time of Because of SATs only 2 boys were entered.
Luke Klingenberg, possibly fighting a virus, ran 4: At the Runge Classic, we took only three girls, none of whom were part of our distance crew. Those in that group were either training through or had other obligations. Alysah Hickey won both the and sprints in very convincing fashion with times of Ruthie Grant-Williams easily won both the hurdles and hurdles with times of The meter hurdle time was a personal record by nearly a second and a half, and at the fastest time run in San Diego at this point in the season.
Our third girl was Kelli Law, who won the pole vault. The top marks for the Boys were in the meters, which featured a finish by Charlie Winn and Ian Hurlburt, who both dipped under two minutes with times of 1: Alex Cheever The biggest winning margin was supplied by sophomore Luke Klingenberg who won the 3,meter run with a time of 9: Other athletes scoring points for us were Spencer Busby who placed third in the 1, with a time of 4: With all the first place finishes we managed to place fourth overall in the combined scoring with just a handful of athletes.
The most notable marks in the dual meet on Thursday were a hand-timed meter dash by Hickey of Once again Grant-Williams dominated the hurdles with a time of Lexia Hall was a big surprise for us in the throws with a mark of in the shot put and in the discus. This was her first time ever throwing and will improve on both of those marks a lot as the season progresses.
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Bree Humphrey had a good day with wins in both the long jump and triple jump with marks of 14 feet, six inches and 30 feet, two inches. Madden Hundley and Claire Morris clocked 2: The Girls won all the rest of the distance events, but they were just working out. Rileah Ramirez won the high jump at four feet, 10 inches. For the Boys, Hurlburt and Klingenberg finished one-two in the meters with mid Hurlburt came back in the with a Carmel Invitational at Mt.
As expected the Hornet girls were no match for us. We sent a small group to this meet, several of whom were trying to improve on their qualification marks. We had two overall winners at Mt. Carmel with Alysah Hickey taking the high jump competition with a leap of 5 feet 6 inches and Charlie Winn winning the meter run with a time of 1: Rileah Ramirez placed 6th with a leap of 5 feet even.
Over the last hurdle, it appeared that Simone James from Horizon had a slight lead on Grant-Williams. However, she came up a bit short of the finish lane to finish last overall, once she got back up.
Ruthie went on to win her heat in She was becoming frustrated by a string of results in the low 5: She went into her race ranked as one of the slower runners and came out looking great among the top finishers. Other notable performances at the meet were a nice time by Hickey of Although Lincoln placed in the meter dash we won every other non-hurdle running event.
We came very close to a 2nd place finish in the with pole vaulter, Cheever, trying the event for the first time and coming up a hair short with a time of He also tried long jumping for the first time and just missed winning by a quarter of an inch with a leap of 18 feet 2.
He learned to triple jump a few minutes before the event and took those first-place points. Of course, he won the pole vault with a mark of Ian Hurlburt ran the for the first time and posted the best time of the day with He also had a pair of 2nd place finishes behind Charlie Winn in the who ran Carmel but Cole Mullins and Tyler Buckley went with times of 5: Spencer Busby and Danny Mineo went in the Other boys under Boys under 26 for the were Cahill Dakota Summers placed 2nd in the pole vault with However, in the shot-put we gained a point by placing 1st and 3rd compared to the 2nd place finish by Lincoln.
Josh Wink won with a toss of and Joe Whalen was 3rd with Teresa Perez won the meters and placed second to Hickey in the Obviously that strategy paid-off because she ran a personal record time at Trident of 2: Another girl closing in on a school record is Lexia Hall, who won both the shot put and discus with tosses of 32 feet, one-half inch and 90 feet, eight inches respectively. Her mark in the shot put is around 10 inches shy of our school record set by Kara Solem in We had a few other nice marks in the sprints, with freshman Abigail Whittemore clocking Madden Hundley won the in 2: Ruthie Grant-Williams suffered a rare loss in the hurdles, but only because she tripped over a hurdle early in the race.
Still, she came back to place second with a time of Grant-Williams also won the hurdles and placed second in the high jump to Hickey. Kelli Law won the pole vault as usual, at nine feet even. In the long jump and triple jump, we settled for second and third in both events, behind both other schools, with Wastila and Bree Humphrey doing the honors. Grant Hawthorn ran 4: