Sunday, April 03, 2011

From Santa Cruz Sentinel
Santa Cruz High's Jonah Hodges came to the track season late and had never competed in triple jump before this year. It didn't show at the King City Invitational, where Hodges won the event with a leap of 46 feet, 1 inch -- the farthest triple jump so far in the Central Coast Section and the 10th farthest leap this year in the state.
Hodges, who was the only Cardinals athlete to attend the meet, also won the long jump at 21-6½.
 Cameron Hiserman broke his own St. Francis record in the 300-meter hurdles en route to win the event at the King City Invitational.
Hiserman's time of 42.03 shaved .20 seconds off his previous mark, set Thursday. He also set a school record in the long jump at 19-7¾, good enough for third place.
 Aptos' Sean Goetzl set a school record in the 110 hurdles, winning the event in 15.04 at the Avis Kelly Invitational at Gilroy High.
Nikki Miyashita won the high jump at 5-4 for Aptos at the Avis Kelly Invitational.
Teresa Vinson took second in the pole vault for the Mariners at 11 flat and Jessica Mattos was runner-up in the discus at 100 even.

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