Saturday, April 30, 2016

Sacramento Meet of Champions Results and live updates

400 relay girls Bishop O'Dowd 47.15 CA #6
400 relay boys San Leandro 41.67 CA #4

1600 girls Fiona O'Keeffe Davis 4:47.69 CA #2
1600 boys Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame 4:07.78 CA #1

100 hurdles Jurnee Woodward Vacaville 13.52 CA #1
110 hurdles Khalil Dorsey Colony 14.05 CA #3

400 girls Tierra Robinson-Jones BOD 55.19 CA #4
400 boys Jacob Sampson Vista del Lago 48.54

100 girls Rae'vyn Lawler Sacramento 11.83
100 boys Clinton Spellman Laguna Creek 10.84

800 girls Alyssa Brewer California 2:09.61 CA #2
800 boys Derek Parker Woodcreek 1:54.36

300 hurdles Jurnee Woodward Vacaville 41.66 Already CA #1
300 hurdles Derrick Griffith Consumnes Oak 37.67 CA #6

200 girls Jessica Ozoude Spanish Springs 23.77
200 boys Parker Caston St. Mary's Stockton 21.48

3200 girls Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville 10:46.31
3200 boys Luis Grijalva Armijo 9:06.02

1600 relay girls St. Francis, Sacramento 3:50.52
1600 relay boys De La Salle 3:18.69

Pole Vault girls Erika Malaspina Pacific Collegiate 13'3" New Meet Record
Triple Jump girls Allanah Lee Castro Valley 37'6.5"
High Jump girls Jennifer Kurtz California 5'7"

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Anonymous said...

Some great performances, especially considering how windy it was!

Highlights for me were:

Jurnee Woodward in the 100 hurdles - not sure how she came back to win from getting caught and passed with only a few hurdles to go! Awesome race.

Boys 1600 was great - Cooper Teare was mega impressive with a wire-to-wire win.

Boys 3200 was top quality battle between Luis Grihalva of Armijo and Michael Vernau of Davis - 9:06.02 to 9:06.28. Both only Juniors!

Girls 1600 wasn't close, but nice to see Fiona O'Keeffe back in form with a solid win in 4:47. Funny mess-up by announcer who kept calling her by her younger sister's name (Olivia) for the first couple laps.

All in all a good afternoon/evening of track.

Albert Caruana said...

2 great times for the 100 hurdles with now Woodward and Robinson #1 and #2 in CA in hurdles with their time today.

Teare had a 13.5 second pr in the 1600 although he hasn't been in a hot 1600 like that before.

Most impressive for Grijalva and Vernau was that they both doubled back from very fast 1600s.

The younger O'Keeffe was scheduled to race but was sick this week. She did run a 2:12.09 800 pr last week at Halden so she is really coming on late in the season.

Anonymous said...

Were the wing gauges broken? Most sprints were wind legal. Was it windy or not?

Albert Caruana said...

They were getting wind readings so assuming the wind gauges were working properly.

Anonymous said...

it was very windy earlier in the day. Wind started to calm around 6 - right after/during 3200s (girls 3200 was still pretty windy) - I expect the invitational sprints were legal because wind was calmer then.

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