Do well in the section finals. Get to the state meet. Qualify in the Friday trials. Rest up for the finals. Finish in the top 5 Saturday. Get a “PR”*. Score a point or more and earn a medal. Maybe finish first.
That’s the season goal.
Ninety-six San Diego Section entrants, less a few because of those in more than one event, will converge with qualifiers of like aspirations from 9 other state sections Friday at Buchanan High in Clovis, where temperatures of at least 100 degrees are expected.
It’s the 102nd anniversary of the state meet and the 98th year. The event was suspended from 1942-45 due to World War II travel restrictions.
From 1913 through 1962 athletes got their business done in one day, usually with trials in the morning and finals in the afternoon or in the evening.
The state meet went to two days in 1963, the first being held at Berkeley’s Edwards Stadium.
History won’t be on the minds of locals but they all will represent the area’s hope of continuing a tradition of at least one individual champion.
The last year in which the San Diego Section did not have a gold medalist in boys’ or girls’ competition was 2002. The 13 consecutive years of at least one entry finishing first is in jeopardy this year.
It has been a thin season locally.
The table below reveals San Diego Section athletes who rank in the state’s Top 10 in each event and who qualified, as recorded by athletic.net. Most Top 10 athletes, from here, or in other sections, will be in Clovis.
|EVENT||NAME||SCHOOL||MARK & RANK||STATE||NAME, SCHOOL|
|G Discus||Tausaga-Collins||Mount Miguel||167-3, 2nd||186-10||Bruckner, San Jose Village Christian|
|G Shot put||Tausaga-Collins||Mount Miguel||47-2 ¼, 3rd||54-7||Bruckner, San Jose Village Christian|
|B Long Jump||Batthika||St. Augustine||24-5, 3rd||25-11 ½||Holmes, Oakmont|
|DeRoos||Tri-City Christian||23-11 ½, 9th|
|G 300 Hurdles||Bell||Steele Canyon||:41.99, 4th||:41.01||Woodward, Vacaville|
|B Pole Vault||Brown||La Costa Canyon||16-5, 4th||17-2||Gordon, Huntington Beach Marina|
|G 100||Patterson||Rancho Bernardo||:11.59w, 6th||:11.17w||Williams, Westklake Village Oaks Christian|
|B Shot Put||Lenford||Oceanside||63-3/4, 6th||71-7||Osborn, Anaheim Esperanza|
|B 400 Relay||Mt. Carmel||:41.65, 7th||:40.63||Vista Murrieta|
|G Triple jump||Nash||Calvin Christian||39-9, 7th||43-2||Davis, Agoura|
|G 100 Hurdles||Johnson||Cathedral||:14.02w, 8th||:13.45||Robinson, El Cerrito|
|Nealis||Valley Center||:14.17, 10th|
|G High Jump||Snow||Carlsbad||5-6, T10th||5-8 ¼||Earle-Rouse, Arcata|
There undoubtedly other San Diego Section qualifiers not in the Top 10 who will improve and come home with medals.
There might be a winner in the group.
It’s what makes the state track championships one of the elite high school events in the country.
Roscoe Cook, Bobby Staten, Willie Jordan, and Charles (Sugar Jet) Davis comprised a swift foursome of San Diego High athletes who surprised the field and brought home a Southern California track championship.
The biggest surprise was supplied by Cook.
Cook entered the season as the 1956 Class B sprint titlist, having run away from the field the previous spring with best times of :09.7 in the 100-yard dash, and :21.0 in the 220.
It was expected that Cook and Staten would dominate the short races and low hurdles and that Davis, one of the city’s best quartermilers, and Jordan, a complementary sprinter, would round out a championship 880-yard relay team.
A downpour shortly after the first race canceled the Southern Counties’ Invitational at Huntington Beach High in the first week in March, delaying the usual official beginning of the season.
With no early reading on what to expect, the Cavemen then prepared for a intersectional dual meet in Balboa Stadium with powerful Compton Centennial.
UNBEATEN AT HOME
Cook had never lost a race in San Diego but he was beaten in a :09.9 100 by Centennial’s tall, long-striding Preston Griffin, a newcomer to the Southern California scene.
Griffin also took the national lead with a 24-foot, 6 ¾-inch broad jump. Cook was third despite breaking a 19-year-old school record with a leap of 23-10. Griffin’s teammate, John Blaylock, was second at 23-11 in a remarkable competition.
The final and stunning indignity came in the 220 when Griffin, jogging casually the last 15 yards, eased to a :21.6 and Cook was a well-beaten third. Griffin also withstood a charge by Staten as Centennial won the 880-yard relay in 1:28.8 and the meet, 60 1/2-43 1/2.
Seven weeks later, Griffin blazed a :09.5 100 in a semifinals, qualifying meet and appeared unbeatable. On the same day Cook won a heat in a season-best: 09.8 in another divisional competition at Arroyo High in El Monte.
Cook quietly also served some notice as he took the measure of Alhambra’s Rusty Weeks, who’d run :09.6 the week before.
SHORT AND QUICK
It’s been a slow year in San Diego Section track and field, although business picked up a little in the last couple invitationals, Arcadia and Mt. St. Antonio.
Two more weeks of dual meets, plus the annual Escondido Invitational, will take girls and boys competitors into league trials, the first step toward the state meet at Buchanan High in C,ovis, June 3-4.
Cathedral’s Dani Johnson, the Section record holder at :13.88 in the 100 hurdles and :41.34 in the 300 barriers has missed almost all of the season with injuries.
It would take a remarkable comeback at this point in the season for Johnson to return to form. She also also ran a leg for the Dons’ 4×400 relay team that set a Section record of 3:47.63 last year.
San Diego Section marks in the state top 10 in parenthesis and state leaders:
|200||:21.7 (10)||Agbede||Cathedral||:20.41||Norman||Vista Murrieta|
|400||:48.47 (10)||Shaheed||Mt. Carmel||:45.51||Norman||Vista Murrieta|
|110HH||:14.47 (10)||Alvarado||Rancho Buena Vista||:13.81||Burton||LaQuinta|
|PV||16-4 (3)||Brown||La Costa Canyon||16-8||Bowler||Loomis Del Oro|
|LJ||23-10 ¾ (5)||Battikha||St. Augustine||24-9 ½||White||Bakersfield Ridgeview|
|23-7 ¼ (7)||DeRoos||Tri-City Christian|
|TJ||47-0 ¼ (8)||DeRoos||49-3 1/4||Hicks||Bakersfield Liberty|
|SP||63-0 ¾ (4)||Lenford||Oceanside||71-7 ¼||Osborn||Anaheim Esperanza|
|57-2 (10)||Miller||El Camino|
|800||2:11.29 (10)||McCarthy||Carlsbad||2:09.35||Durgy||Huntington Beach|
|1600||4:55.66 (4)||Brown||La Costa Canyon||4:51.26||Bowen||Sonoma Academy|
|100H||:14.46 (8)||Nealis||Valley Center||:13.64||Davis||Agoura|
|300H||:44.07 (10)||Bell||Steele Canyon||:41.01||Woodward||Vacaville|
|4×400||3:54.12 (10)||LaCosta Canyon||3:49.80||Westlake Village Oaks Christian|
|HJ||5-6 (4T)||Snow||Carlsbad||5-8||Burke||Riverside Poly|
|LJ||19-0 ½ (10)||Smith||20-6 ¾||Davis||Agoura|
|SP||47-0 (3)||Altice||Del Norte||53-5||Bruckner||San Jose Valley Christian|
|45-9 ½ (5)||Tausaga-Collins||Mount Miguel|
Five bests in the state meet, nine in the season’s final two weeks and some competitive efforts in the finals at Clovis Buchanan High allowed area tracksters to finish on a strong note.
Weak in the flat races as compared to the rest of the state and with only one sprinter in the state’s Top 10, San Diego Section athletes still earned 13 medals and scored 57 points. By comparison, the Section had eight medals and 38 points in 2014.
Oceanside, with strong performances by Charles Lenford and Jordan Miller, was fifth in team scoring with 23.
Lenford’s powerful performance in the discus produced a gold medal. He opened with a 189-foot, 11-inch throw that blew out the competition and finished with a 195-4, sixth longest in section history.
Lenford, a junior, will lead the cast of returnees already thinking about 2016. Medal-winning underclassmen also included Nia Akins, Dani Johnson, Laulauga Tausaga, and sophomore Kiley McCarthy.
Junior Tanner Batthika didn’t make it past the long jump trials but his 24-2 long jump in the Section finals ranks among the leaders in his event.
San Diego Section athletes in the state Top 10, with rankings in parenthesis:
|100||Suzie Acolatse (4)||Mission Hills||:11.46w||:11.24w||Francis||Oxnard Rio Mesa|
|200||Acolatse (7)||:23.69||:22.68w||Williams||Westlake Village Oaks Christian|
|800||Kiley McCarthy (7T)||Carlsbad||2:08.85||2:07.09||Schroeder||Santa BarbaraSan Marcos|
|Nia Akins (9)||Rancho Bernardo||2:09.07||2:08.44||Smith||Clovis North|
|100 Hurdles||Dani Johnson (10)||Cathedral||:13.88||:13.17||Graham||Corona Eleanor Roosevelt|
|Leah Molter (7)||Valhalla||:42.32|
|Shot Put||Laulauga Tausaga (3)||Mount Miguel||48-3 ½||53-5 ½||Bruckner||San Jose Valley Christian|
|4×400 Relay||Cathedral (6)||3:47.63||3:43.33||Inglewood St. Mary’s College|
|Shot Put||Lenford (4)||Oceanside||61-8||72-0||Katnik||Bellflower San John Bosco|
|Discus||Lenford (1)||195-4||194-8||McMorris||Santa Ana Mater Dei|
|Pole Vault||Tristan Zawadski (8T)||Patrick Henry||15-7||16-3 ¼||Laut||El Dorado Hills Oak Ridge|
|High Jump||Cedell Morris (6T)||Steel Canyon||6-9||7-0||Burke (1T)||Lemoore|
|Holmes (1T)||Roseville Oakmont|
|Thomas (1T)||Mountain View St. Francis|
|Long Jump||Tanner Batthika (4)||St. Augustine||24-2||24-10 ½||Vann||Oxnard Rio Mesa|
|Jordan Miller (6)||Oceanside||24 ½|
|Triple Jump||Miller (4)||48-4||49-9 ¾||Brooks||Kingsburg|
CLOVIS–Dani Johnson of Cathedral set two San Diego Section records and was part of another as area athletes qualified in 20 boys and girls events last night in trials of the 100th anniversary state track meet at Buchanan High.
Including double advancers Jordan Miller, Charles Lemford, and Suzie Acolatse, the section totaled 22 qualifiers for tonight’s finals.
Johnson, rousing memories of Sweetwater icon and Olympic gold medalist Gail Devers, had the sixth fastest 100 hurdles time, 13.86, led all runners at :41.34 in the 300 hurdles and ran a leg for Cathderal’s 4×400 relay squad that qualified fourth in 3:47.63.
Johnson bettered her record in the short race and topped the :41.67 that teammate and Dons relay anchor Hannah Labrie-Smith ran in 2014.
The 4×400 Dons broke one of the oldest records in the books, Morse’s 3:49.12 in 1996.
Acolatse was second in the 100 in :11.68 and third in the 200 in :23.87.
Miller improved his long jump almost a foot to 24-1/2 for second and was fourth at 47-1/34 in the triple jump. Lemford finished third in the discus at 183 and sixth in the shot put at 57-10 ¼.
Qualifiers: Oceanside, 4; La Costa Canyon, Coronado, Rancho Buena Vista, Patrick Henry, 1 each.
100—Brock (West Hills Chaminade), 10.47. Others: Kendrick (Morse), 10.85. Sourapas (Parker), 11.09.
200—Norman (Vista Murrieta), 20.99. Others: Sourapas (Parker), 22.01; Kendrick (Morse), 22.13; Hill (Cathedral), 22.46.
400—Norman (Vista Murrieta), 47.05. Others: Shaheed (Mt. Carmel), 48.54; Jones (The Bishop’s), 49.68.
800—Cortes (Temecula Great Oak), 1:52.19. Others: Waters (Mission Hills), 1:55.59; DeLong (Mt. Carmel), 1:57.07; Chinn (Poway), 1:59.16.
1600—Walker (Fair Oaks Del Campo), 4:13.78; 10. Merder (La Costa Canyon), 4:15.83; 12. Armes (Coronado), 4:17.07. Other: Siegler (University City), 4:20.34.
110HH—Collins (Carson), 13.97. 8. Alvarado (Rancho Buena Vista), 14.41. Others: Banks (El Camino), 14.89; Walcott (Morse), 15.26.
300IH—Meech (San Juan Hills), 37.21. Others: Grundling (Oceanside), 39.01; Marcus (Calvin Christian), 39.17; Corona (Southwest), 40.76.
4×100 R—West Hills Chaminade, 40.87. Others: Helix, 42.18; Rancho Bernardo, 42.45. Oceanside, DQ, lane violation.
4×400 R—L.B. Wilson, 3:14.02. Others: Rancho Buena Vista, 3:19.30. Del Norte, 3:21.30; Mt. Carmel, 3:22.41.
HJ—Ten qualified at 6-8. Others: Morris (Steele Canyon), 6-6; Bennett (La Costa Canyon) NH ; Rokach (Rancho Bernardo), NH.
PV—Nine cleared 15-2, including 3. Zawadski (Patrick Henry). Others: Others: Brown (La Costa Canyon), 14-8; Reynolds (Rancho Bernardo), 14-2.
LJ—Sousa (Kingsburg), 24-2 ½. 2. Miller (Oceanside), 24-1/2. Other: Batthika (St. Augustine), 21-4; DeRoos (Tri City Christian), 21-0 ¼.
TJ—Brooks (Kingsburg), 47-5¾; 4. Miller (Oceanside), 47-1 3/4. Others: Batthika (St. Augustine), 45-1; DeRoos (Tri City Christian), 44-6.
SP—Katnik (Bellflower St. John Bosco), 71-5 ¾. 6. Lemford (Oceanside), 57-10. Others: DeMarco (Torrey Pines), 52-1; Miller (El Camino), 51-6.
DISCUS—Tyler (Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos), 186-2. 3. Lemford (Oceanside), 183-0. Others: Ena (Vista), 161-5; Anderson (Ramona), 158-05.
Qualifiers: Cathedral, 3; Mission Hills, Rancho Bernardo, Carlsbad, 2 each; Canyon Crest, Valhalla, Mount Miguel, 1 each.
100—Francis (Oxnard Rio Mesa), 11.52; 2. Acolatse (Mission Hills), 11.68. 9. Patterson (Rancho Bernardo), 11.99. Other: Lidrazzah (Eastlake), 12.25.
200—3. Acolatse (Mission Hills), 23.87. Others: Patterson (Rancho Bernardo), 24.28. Mason (Carlsbad), 24.81.
400—Waller (Clovis Buchanan ), 53.78. Others: Mongiovi (West Hills), 56.45 ; Frank (Morse), 57.35; Scott (Westview), 57.76.
800—Hill (Etiwanda), 2:08.06. 3. Akins (Rancho Bernardo), 2:09.20. 6. McCarthy (Carlsbad), 2:09.64; Other: Robertson (LJ), 2:11.83.
1600—Collins (Temecula Great Oak), 4:47.26. 11. Bernd (Canyon Crest), 4:56.28. Others: Abrahamson (La Costa Canyon), 5:15.87; Laurenzana (San Pasqual), 5:17.11.
100H—Graham (Corona Roosevelt), 13.45. 6. Johnson (Cathedral), 13.86 (Section No. 1 all-time, betters 14.12 by Johnson, 5/23/15). Others: Nealis (Valley Center), 14.81; Molter (Valhalla), 15.46.
300H—Johnson (Cathedral), 41.34 (Section No. 1 all-time, betters 41.67 by Hannah Labrie-Smith, Cath., 2014). 8. Molter (Valhalla), 42.54. Other: Bell (Steele Canyon), 45.01.
4×100 R—Westlake Village Oaks Christian, 45.75. Others: Cathedral Catholic, 47.91; Rancho Bernardo, 48.41; Torrey Pines, 48.76.
4×1600 R—4. Cathedral Catholic, 3:47.63 (Section No. 1 all-time, betters 3:49.12, Morse, 1996). Others: Poway. 3:54.21; Rancho Bernardo, DQ, lane violation.
HJ–Beattie (Ventura Buena) led seven at 5-6. 8T, Snow (Carlsbad), 5-4.
PV—Eight cleared 12-2. Others: Wagenvald (Calvin Christian), 11-8; Chandler (Torrey Pines), NH. Myers (Poway), NH.
LJ—Corrin (Studio City Harvard), 20-9; Others: Noiseaux (Eastlake), 16-8 ¾; Harvey (Granite Hills), 16-8 ½; Iwanowicz (Torrey Pines), 15-10.
TJ—Davis (Agoura), 40-08. 14. Harvey (Granite Hills), 37-6 ¾; Galloway (Cathedral), 36-10 ½; Noiseaux (Eastlake), 36-1 ¾.
SP—Bruckner, Corona Roosevelt, 49-11 ½. 5. Tausaga (Mount Miguel), 44-11 3/4. Others: Mohammed (Imperial), 39-2 ¾; Jackson (Castle Park), 34-7 ½.
DISCUS—Mader (Newbury Park), 154-2. Others: Sola (Morse), 124-0; Drummond (San Marcos), 122-6.
Lance Morton, Rich Gehring, and Sam Edwards are among former San Diego prep athletes who recently passed away.
Morton, 81, a founder of the Brigantine Restaurant chain, was a second team all-City Prep League end on the 1951 Point Loma squad that finished with a 6-2 record, losing only to San Diego, 15-6, and La Jolla, 21-14, teams that tied for CPL championship.
Morton also was a standout in track and field and held the Pointers record in the shot put for several years at 51 feet, 3 1/4 inches.
Rich Gehring, 80, had bests of :15 in the 120-yard high hurdles and :20 in the 180 lows and was a double winner for Escondido in the 1953 Metropolitan League track finals.
Gehrig, also played end on the Cougars’ football team and was the leading scorer in the County with 443 points in the 1952-53 basketball season.
The 6-foot, 5-inch Gehring was an important member of the 1955-56 San Diego State basketball squad that advanced to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship tournament in Kansas City.
Gehring later was head track coach at Sweetwater High and Southwestern College.
Sam Edwards, 74, was an end and defensive end on the 1958 San Diego High team that posted a 10-1 record, scored 457 points, and was one of the premier teams in Southern California.
Edwards, all-City on defense for a team that allowed 57 points in 11 games, caught 4 of quarterback Ezell Singleton’s 28 touchdown passes and was one of nine Cavers who scored at least four touchdowns.
The stars shone in the afternoon yesterday as two meet records fell and seasonal bests were set or tied in 19 boys and girls events in the 55th San Diego Section track and field championships.
Perfect weather at the pristine Mt. Carmel facility made it a great day for the athletes and the aficionado.
It’s on to the state meet Friday and Saturday at Buchanan High in Clovis. There are no predictions of individual champions, but there should be many medals for the taking.
The area improved slightly against statewide competition (see table below), even with two major casualties.
Mount Miguel weight champion Laulauga Tausaga, third in the state at 156 feet, 7 inches, fouled out in the discus. Tausaga rallied strongly with a 48-3 1/2 shot put, putting her second in the state, and setting a meet record.
Cathedral’s Hanna Labrie-Smith was far in front and seemingly headed for a sub 42-second performance on the 300 hurdles when she began having trouble with her number of steps between hurdles as the field came out of the curve.
Labrie-Smith tried to compensate as she struggled down the stretch but crashed into the final barrier and went unplaced.
Dani Johnson, Labrie-Smith’s younger teammate, doubled in the hurdles, edging Valhalla’s Leah Molter in the 100 barriers, :13.991 to :13.99.6 (officially :14.00 for each) and logging :42.14 in the 300s.
Molter, coming strong late in the season with better marks almost every week, backed up Johnson with a :42.55 for second in the 300.
Labrie-Smith rallied with a :55.5 anchor as Cathedral came home in 3:49.54 for a meet record in the 4×100 relay. The Dons appear capable of slashing more time off that mark.
Others who got people’s attention:
St. Augustine junior Tanner Batthika, long jumped 24-2 to move to fourth in the state;
Oceanside’s Jordan Miller triple jumped from seventh to fourth with a 48-4 effort.
Jordan’s teammate, Charles Lenford, improved almost 12 feet to leap from ninth to third in the discus at 191-7.
Lenford and Miller pushed Oceanside to the team title. The Pirates outscored Morse, 83-49.
Nia Akins of Rancho Bernardo ran the fifth all-time fastest 800 in San Diego, winning in 2:09.07 and moving to second in the state. The Broncos won the Girls’ team title with 69 1/2 points. Steele Canyon, third in the boys with 47, was topsecond with 54.
State events in which San Diego athletes are in Top 10:
|100||Acolatse (4)||Mission Hills||:11.46w||:11.24w||Francis||Oxnard Rio Mesa|
|200||Acolatse (7)||:23.69||:22.68w||Williams||Westlake Village Oaks Christian|
|800||Akins (2)||Rancho Bernardo||2:09.07||2:08.44||Smith||Clovis North|
|100 Hurdles||Johnson (10T)||Cathedral||:14.00w||:13.21||Graham||Corona Eleanor Roosevelt|
|Shot Put||Tausaga (2)||Mount Miguel||48-3 1/2||53-5 ½||Bruckner||San Jose Valley Christian|
|4×400 Relay||Cathedral (9)||3:49.54||3:44.76||Corona Eleanor Roosevelt|
|Shot Put||Lenford (4)||Oceanside||61-8||71-11 ½||Katnik||Bellflower San John Bosco|
|Discus||Lenford (3)||191-7||194-8||McMorris||Santa Ana Mater Dei|
|Pole Vault||Zawadski (8T)||Patrick Henry||15-7||16-3 ¼||Laut||El Dorado Hills Oak Ridge|
|High Jump||Morris||Steel Canyon||6-9||7-0||Burke||Lemoore|
|Long Jump||Batthika (4)||St. Augustine||24-2||24-10 ½||Vann||Oxnard Rio Mesa|
|Triple Jump||Jordan Miller (4)||Oceanside||48-4||49-9 ¾||Huggins||Kingsburg|
*Did not qualify for state meet.
If the state track meet were tomorrow, instead of in two weeks, San Diego Section girls would have a chance to win possibly three events. The boys, none.
In one of the most disappointing seasons in several years, San Diego girls are represented in seven of the 16 events in the state’s top 10 and the boys in five.
It’s been a woman’s world this year.
Suzie Acolatse of Mission Hills is a contender in the 100 and 200 meters and Cathedral’s Hana Labrie-Smith has run as fast in the 300 hurdles as the season’s state leader.
Acolatse’s wind-aided :11.46 100 and legal :23.69 rank third in the state. Her 200 is sixth in the nation and fourth all-time in San Diego. She negotiated the 200 time in Saturday’s San Diego Section trials at Mt. Carmel, where Acolatse also logged a legal :11.53 to move to No. 4 all time in San Diego.
Labrie-Smith is fourth in the state at :42.62 in the long hurdles, but ran :41.97 in 2014 which matches the 2015-leading performance by Jasmyne Graham of Corona Eleanor Roosevelt.
Several other girls also could contend for medals, including Cathedral’s Dani Johnson, who set a San Diego Section record of :14.12 in the 100 hurdles in the section trials but ran :13.81 and :13.99 with wind in her two state meet races in 2014.
The allowable wind limit is 2.04 meters, or, in old parlance, 4.447 miles an hour.
Most impressive among the boys has been Oceanside junior Charles Lenford, third in the state shot put at 61 feet, 8 inches, and ninth in the discus at 180-10. The shot put will be loaded, headed by the 71-11 1/2 of Bellflower St. John Bosco’s Matt Katnik, but Ledford seeming has not hit his ceiling.
Lenford teached 50 feet as a sophomore and qualified for the state finals with a 166-4 effort in the trials discus and was 12th in the finals at 155-7.
Lenford started this season with a 54-10 3/4 effort in an indoor state meet in Clovis and has gradually gone up the ladder. His 61-8 is 16th all-time in San Diego.
OCEANSIDE STUNG IN PASSING TOURNAMENT
How will Oceanside fare with coach John Carroll taking retirement?
It’s a long way to the fall, but the Pirates did not fare well in the recent San Juan Hills “Gunslinger” passing tournament against top Northern squads.
Oceanside was outscored by St. John Bosco, 52-6, Huntington Beach Edison, 42-2, Westlake Village Oaks Christian, 30-12, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 48-6, and San Juan Hills, 12-6.
Teams play 7 players against 7 players, with only passing plays.
San Diegans in state Top 10 as of Sunday, May 24:
|100||Acolatse (3)||Mission Hills||:11.46w||:11.38w||Williams||Westlake Village Oaks Christian|
|200||Acolatse (3)||Mission Hills||:23.69||:22.68w||Williams|
|800||Akins (9)||Rancho Bernardo||2:11.1||2:08.44||Smith||Clovis North|
|300H||Labrie-Smith (4)||Cathedral||:42.62||:41.97||Graham||Corona Roosevelt|
|4×400 Relay||Cathedral Catholic (9)||3:51.55||3:46.24||Corona Roosevelt|
|Shot Put||Laulauga Tausaga (5)||Mount Miguel||46-1||50-2 1/4||Bruckner||San Jose Valley|
|Shot Put||Lenford (3)||Oceanside||61-8||71-11 1/2||Katnik||Bellflower St. John Bosco|
|Discus||Lenford (9)||180-10||194-8||McMorris||Santa Ana Mater Dei|
|Long Jump||Tanner Battikha (5)||St. Augustine||23-8 3/4||24-10 1/2||Vann||Oxnard Rio Mesa|
|Triple Jump||Miller (7)||Oceanside||47-7 3/4||49-3||Smith||Moraga St. Mary's College High|
|Pole Vault||Zawadski (7T)||Patrick Henry||15-7||16-3 1/4||Lauf||El Dorado Hills Oak Ridge|
|100||Suzie Acolatse (3)||Mission Hills||:11.65||:11.42||Lauren Williams||Westlake Village Oaks Christian|
|Jackie Patterson (T9)||Rancho Bernardo||:11.95|
|200||Acolatse (4)||Mission Hills||:24.23||:23.57||Williams|
|800||Sakura Roberson (10)||La Jolla||2:12.74||2:08.43||Mikaela Smith||Clovis North|
|300H||Hannah Labrie Smith (3)||Cathedral||:42.62||:42.25||Morganne Hill||Bakersfield Liberty|
|Leah Molter (8)||Valhalla||:43.99|
|4×400 Relay||Cathedral Catholic (8)||3:51.55||3:47.49||Corona Eleanor Roosevelt|
|Shot Put||Lausauga Tausaga (4)||Mount Miguel||46-1||49-10||Elena Bruckner||San Jose Valley Christian|
|Triple Jump||Dejanae Harvey (9)||Steele Canyon||38-3||40-7 1/2||Tara Davis||Agoura|
|1600||Trevor Siniscalchi (7)||Westview||4:15.49||4:12.09||Tyler Janes||Riverside King|
|Shot Put||Charles Lenford (5)||Oceanside||60-7 1/2||71-3 1/2||Matt Katnik||Bellflower St. John Bosco|
|Discus||Lenford (8)||175-5||194-8||Malik McMorris||Santa Ana Mater Dei|
|Long Jump||Tanner Battikha (4)||St. Augustine||23-8 3/4||24-10 1/2||Greg Vann||Oxnard Rio Mesa|
|Triple Jump||Jordan Miller (5)||Oceanside||47-7 3/4||49-3||Moraga St. Mary's College High|
|1600||Trevor Siniscalchi (6)||Westview||4:15.49||4:12.09||Tyler Janes||Riverside King|
|Shot Put||Charles Lenford (3)||Oceanside||60-7 1/2||61-1 3/4||Michael Titherington||Carmichael Jesuit|
|Discus||Lenford (3)||175-5||183-1||Tyler Merkley||Rancho Cucamonga Las Osos|
|Long Jump||Tanner Battikha (4)||St. Augustine||23-8 3/4||Greg Vann||Oxnard Rio Mesa||24-10 1/2|
|Triple Jump||Jordan Miller (2)||47-2 3/4||48-7 1/2||C.J. Alumbres||Vista Murietta|
|100||Suzie Acolatse (1)||Mission Hills||:11.65||:11.84||Rae;vyn Lawler||Elk Grove Pleasant Grove|
|200||Suzie Acolatse (2)||Mission Hills||:24.47||:24.16||Courtne Davis||Corona Roosevelt|
|400||Hannah Labrie-Smith (6)||Cathedral||:56.26||:55.41||Schantell Williams||Berkeley St. Mary's||Melissa Mongiovi (10)||West Hills||:57.18|
|800||Sarah Abrahamson (7)||La Costa Canyon||2:15.60||2:12.84||Kendall Derry||Fair Oaks Bella Vista|
|300H||Hannah Labrie-Smith (4)||Cathedral||:43.54||:42.84||Morganne Hill||Bakersfield Liberty|
|Shot Put||Lausauga Tausaga (4)||Mount Miguel||44-3||49-10||Elena Bruckner||San Jose Valley Christian|