Nipomo High’s Kelsie Jarratt cleared a personal best height of 12 feet, 1 inch to finish third in the girls pole vault Saturday at the Arcadia Invitational.
Jarratt beat her previous best by one inch. Kortney Ross of Westview won after clearing 13-1.
Andrew Garcia of Nipomo was 18th in the mile in 4 minutes, 25.88 seconds.
Templeton’s Savannah Camacho finished fifth in the invitational girls mile, clocking 5:00.67.
Arroyo Grande’s girls distance medley team of Katie Lewis, McKenzie Goldman, Hannah Stevens and Emma Weinreich finished second in 12:31.93, just more than a second behind Los Gatos’ winning time of 12:30.55. The Eagles’ time was a school record in the event.
Hugo Gutierrez won the boys open mile in 4:21 for Arroyo Grande.
Also competing in the girls discus for Arroyo Grande was Danielle Launger, who finished second in the open section with a throw of 130-3.
Arroyo Grande at Dos Pueblos meet
Arroyo Grande’s Robert Kobara took first place in the boys shot put with a distance of 48 feet 43⁄4 inches and first in the discus at 128-3 at a five-team meet at Dos Pueblos High.
No team scores were kept.
Arroyo Grande took the top spots in both girls and boys high jump with Garret Coleman’s winning height of 6-0 for the boys and Alex Mero’s height of 5-0 for the girls.
John Alexander took first in the boys 300 intermediate hurdles in 40.56 and second in the 110 hurdles in 16.34.
Arroyo Grande’s Amanda Trecartin won the girls 1,600 in 5:47 and the girls 800 in 2:44.
Arroyo Grande also swept the top spots in the pole vault with Eric Weiss winning the boys competition at 12-6, and Brianna Vargo winning for the girls at 9-3.