The La Cañada High School varsity track and field team recently competed in the Rio Hondo League finals at South Pasadena High School. The girls’ team finished second with 106 points while the boys’ team placed third with 102 points.
Jamie Saunders won the boys’ 400 meters with a 49.94 time while Samuel Parks (51.32) took second. Katie McGuinness won the girls’ 400 with a 58.78 time while Sarina Parks (59.53) was third.
Katelyn Matarese (2:21.18) won the girls’ 800, Yasmin Ghaneh (2:23.71) placed third and Halo Ball (2:37.74) finished sixth. Donovan Johnson (2:15.39) and Andres Uribe (2:15.77) were ninth and 10th, respectively, in the boys’ 800.
Matarese (5:16.80) won the girls’ 1,600 while Ball (5:30.96) placed fourth. George Hervey (4:45.11) and Max Smith (4:47.79) finished sixth and 11th, respectively, in the boys’ 1,600 while Umar Saleem (5:31.82) was 20th.
Maya DeBrouwer (11:14.39) won the girls’ 3,200 while Charlotte Hopkins (11:26.95) finished third. Smith won the boys’ 3,200 with a 10:12.51 time. Steven Miketta won the boys’ pole vault with a 13-00.00 mark, Chase Kelly (third, 10-00.00), Cameron Lay (fourth, 9-06.00) and Donald Le (fifth, 7-00.00) each placed among the top five, and Kailen Rhee (7-00.00) was sixth. Lill Ludvigsen won the girls’ shot put with a 32-06.50 mark while Avery Price (27-06.00) and Stella Shrinsky (19-07.00) placed sixth and 10th, respectively.
The relay team of Kaitlyn Creighton, Sarina Parks, Grace Paton and McGuinness won the girls’ 4×100 with a 48.83 time. The relay team of Matarese, McGuinness, Samantha Hosford and Sarina Parks won the girls’ 4×400 with a 4:06.74 time. The relay team of Matarese, Brittany Rivas, Ghaneh and Hopkins won the girls’ 4×800 with a 9:27.1 time.
Erin Makhanian won the girls’ pole vault with a 10-00.00 mark, Ludvigsen (9-06.00) and Taylor Cuxil (8-00.00) placed second and third, respectively, and Sophia Tripathi (6-00.00) was sixth.
Corey Cheung was the boys’ 100 runner-up with a 10.98 time, Alan Razo (sixth, 11.53), Samuel Parks (ninth, 11.67) and Joshua Carruthers (10th, 11.69) each finished among the top 10, Paulos Cucullu (12.41) placed 18th, and Tyler Bon (12.85) and Lorenz Bayug (12.89) were 21st and 22nd, respectively. McGuinness (15.67) was second in the girls’ 100 hurdles while Creighton (16.12) and Naomi Hosford (16.69) took fifth and sixth, respectively.
Rivas (47.77) and Creighton (47.78) finished second and third, respectively, in the girls’ 300 hurdles while Naomi Hosford took fifth with a 51.72 time. Cheung finished as the boys’ 200 runner-up with a 22.53 time while Sarina Parks (26.33) and Meital Negrin (29.34) placed third and 12th, respectively, in the girls’ 200.
The relay team of Razo, Carruthers, Saunders and Cheung was the runner-up in the boys’ 4×100 with a 43.37 time. The relay team Samuel Parks, Cheung, Nick Eleftheriou and Saunders placed second in the boys’ 4×400 with a 3:30.30 time.
Razo was third in the boys’ 300 hurdles with a 43.16 time, Ludvigsen finished fourth in the girls’ discus with a 72-08 mark and Kate Kelly placed fourth in the girls’ high jump with a 4-04.00 mark.
Le (5-06.00) and Uribe (5-04.00) finished fourth and fifth, respectively, in the boys’ high jump while Joseph Whooley (5-00.00) was eighth. Eric Sentoso (18-02.00) and Razo (15.05.00) finished fourth and seventh, respectively, in the boys’ long jump. Sentoso was seventh in the boys’ triple jump with a 34-05.00 mark.
Brandon Goldsby placed sixth in the boys’ shot put with a 39-06.00 mark while Nick Versace (35-03.50) and Price Gilchrest (33-09.50) were ninth and 13th, respectively. Creighton was 10th in the girls’ 100 with a 13.18 time while Negrin (13.93) placed 16th.
Flintridge Prep recently competed in the Prep League finals at Burroughs High School in Burbank. The boys’ team won with 77 points while the girls’ team placed fourth with 72 points.
Scarlett Coombes won the girls’ 100 meters with a 12.60 time while Briar Bryant (13.72) was fifth. William Bigby won the boys’ 100 with an 11.27 time while Marvin Furuta (12.99) was eighth. Coombes won the girls’ 200 with a 26.31 time while Briar Bryant (28.70) was fifth.
Kat Zirn won the girls’ shot put with a 31-10.00 mark while also taking second in the discus throw with an 82-07 mark. Bigby (22.85) and Ryan Ginn (23.53) finished first and second, respectively, in the boys’ 200. Bigby (52.84) won the boys’ 400, Ginn (56.60) took second, and Maxwell Craven (61.02) and Geo Baghdassarian (65.98) were fifth and sixth, respectively.
Kevin Martinez won the boys’ 110 hurdles with a 20.08 time while Brandon Hsu (21.47) and Maxwell Craven (22.26) placed second and third, respectively. Martinez won the boys’ 300 hurdles with a 45.77 time while Hsu (50.81) and Maxwell Craven (52.37) finished second and third, respectively. Martinez won the boys’ long jump with a 19-10.50 mark while also winning the triple jump with a 40-08.00 mark.
Sophia Smith claimed second in the girls’ 400 with a 64.05 time while Kate Snaer (71.61) and Hailey Wilson (74.73) finished fifth and seventh, respectively. The relay team of Bigby, Ginn, Declan Mansbridge and Luis Gorocica finished second in the boys’ 4×400 with a 3:47.91 time. Miles Yun took third in the boys’ discus with a 63-00 mark while also placing fourth in the shot put with a 29-04.50 mark.
The relay team of Chloe Bryant, Briar Bryant, Coombes and Smith placed third in the girls’ 4×100 with a 54.25 time. The relay team of Coombes, Jenna Moutes, Wilson and Smith placed fourth in the 4×400 with a 4:39.67 time.
Moutes finished third in the girls’ 800 with a 2:31.22 while Lucy Helfenstein (2:46.16) was 10th. Bryan Taniguchi (fourth, 11:15.58), Will Carrig-Braun (fifth, 11:48.34), Gorocica (seventh, 12:59.91), Miles Craven (eighth, 13:10.80), Carl Li (ninth, 13:27.70) and Alex Bae (13:27.84) each finished among the top 10 of the boys’ 3,200, Leo McDonald (13:29.21) placed 11th, and Ben Yoo (13:32.36) and Isaac Love (16:07.55) were 15th and 18th, respectively.
Helfenstein (fifth, 14:00.97), Julia Bonk (seventh, 14:12.59) and Elyse Mauer (ninth, 14:31.06) each finished within the top 10 of the girls’ 3,200.
Wilson was fifth in the girls’ 300 hurdles with a 55.69 time. Taniguchi finished sixth with a 4:54.99 time in the boys’ 1,600, Mansbridge (4:55.52) placed seventh, McDonald (5:16.02) took ninth, and Miles Craven (5:23.03) and Li (5:29.08) were 11th and 12th, respectively.
Helfenstein (6:04.09) finished seventh in the girls’ 1,600 while Bonk (6:19.42) and Mauer (6:37.05) took 10th and 12th, respectively. Mansbridge (2:17.69) took eight in the boys’ 800, Taniguchi (2:17.86) was ninth, and McDonald (2:26.54) and Li (2:34.27) were 11th and 12th, respectively.
The Golden Knights recently competed in the Mission League finals at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks.
Clint Geryak won the boys’ pole vault with an impressive 14-02.00 mark. Sam Franco won the boys’ 1,600 meters with a 4:18.88 time while Luke Metcalf (4:19.24) placed second. Franco (9:35.25) won the boys’ 3,200, Hayden Owen (9:39.68) placed third, and Aidan Guzman (seventh, 10:11.38), Auge Martin (eighth, 10:12.90) and Noe Barraza (ninth, 10:14.00) each finished inside the top 10.
Metcalf was the boys’ 800 runner-up with a 1:55.35 time. Preston Jernigan (49-03.50) took third in the boys’ shot put while Tatum Naasir was 16th with a 39-08.00 mark.
The relay team of Tyler Core, Henry Foley, Aidan Phillips and Drushun Phillips finished fifth in the boys’ 4×100. The relay team of Foley, Aidan Phillips, William Nightingale and Metcalf placed fifth in the boys’ 4×400 with a 3:30.41 time.
Joseph Bird (5-06.00) finished eighth in the boys’ high jump, Nick Battany (5-00.00) was 12th, and Drushun Phillips (J5-00.00) and Aston Trejo (J5-00.00) tied for 14th. Brian Boyers was 17th in the boys’ long jump with a 16-09.50 mark.
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The Tologs recently competed in the Mission League finals at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks.
Zora Phillips placed fourth in the girls’ 200 meters with a 26.43 time while Annie Ramirez (13:48.93) took fifth in the girls’ 3,200.
Lauren Kilpatrick (4-06.00) and Lily Venne (4-04.00) were fifth and seventh, respectively, in the girls’ high jump. Kilpatrick (15-03.50) and Venne (12-09.50) also placed sixth and ninth, respectively, in the girls’ long jump.
Phillips finished sixth in the girls’ 100 with a 12.78 time. Colleen Bollert (28-11.00) was sixth in the girls’ shot put while Elle Gilhooly (25-08.50) and Reni Martinez (25-00.00) were eighth and ninth, respectively.
Paige Perkins (2:37.31) and Mozilo Isabella (2:37.36) were eighth and ninth, respectively, in the girls’ 800. Adelina Van Dyck (6:39.44) and Luella Hood (6:40.07) placed ninth and 10th, respectively, in the girls’ 1,600.
First published in the May 4 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.