The San Luis Obispo’s boy’s and girl’s track and field teams both placed first in the varsity competition of the Bill Kearney invitational Saturday in Salinas.
The boys were led by the winning 4x100 team of Nick Maldonado, Jevon Montgomery, Andrew Toh and Trent Abbott, which turned in a time of 44.22. Toh also won the long jump with a mark of 20 feet, 4 inches. And Cedric Dermudez won the triple jump with a 400-feet, 6-inch effort.
For the girls, Sarah Attala was the only event winner, turning in the top time of 47.71 in the 300 hurdles.
Also for San Luis Obispo, Callum Bolger placed third in the Brooks Invitational Mile with a time of 4:10.16 at the Mt. SAC Relays on Saturday. CeCe Devaney was 11th in the invitational discus with a throw of 122 feet 4 inches for the Tigers.
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Atascadero’s Brianna Villanueva placed third in the seeded shot put with a throw of 37-10.75 and was second in the seeded discus at 129-2.5.
There are three rankings of competition, the invitationals, seeded and open events.
SWIMMING AND DIVING
Arroyo Grande at Clovis West Invitational
The Eagles’ girls team finished fourth out of 41 teams Saturday.
Anna Perry finished second in the diving competition, and Shelby Avilino was fifth.
Hannah Parson finished third in the 200 freestyle in 1 minute, 57.46 seconds and third in the 100 free 53.83.
The 200 free relay team, of Mikayla Pock, Emily Sonny, Sam Hazel and Parson finished fourth in 1:43, a CIF-consideration time.
The 200 medley relay team of Paige Leonard, Sam Vitt, Parson and Pock finished fifth in 1:56.
Leonard was also fifth in the 100 backstroke in 1:02.26, and sixth in the 200 individual medley in 2:18.45, both CIF-consideration times.
Hazel also posted two CIF-consideration times, taking sixth in the 200 free (2:00.10) and seventh in the 500 free (5:22.54).
Emily Berg was 10th in the 100 back in 1:04.25, a CIF-consideration time.
Arroyo Grande boys at Mt. SAC Spring Meet of Champions
The Eagles were third out of 27 teams.
Trent Schachter set school records in two events: He finished second in the 200 free in 1:42.64, and second in the 100 fly in 50.51. Both are CIF-automatic times.
Jack Alexander and Chris Dichmann also post two CIF-automatic times each, with Alexander taking second in the 50 free (21.50) and third in the 50 free (47.71). Dichmann was fifth in the 100 free (48.11) and sixth in the 200 free (1:44.95).
James Hazel was fourth in the 200 free in 1:45.66, a CIF-automatic time, and eighth in the 500 free in 4:47.92, a CIF-consideration time.
The 200 medley relay team of Charlie Watkins, Peter Fletcher, Schachter and Josh Smith was third in a CIF-automatic time of 1:38.45.
Watkins also posted two CIF-consideration times, finishing the 100 fly in 54.20 and the 100 back in 55.59.
Fletcher posted a CIF-consideration time of 1:01.67 in the 100 breaststroke, and was joined by Smith, who finished in 1:01.97.
The 200 free relay team of Dichmann, Alexander, Hazel and Smith took second in 1:29.37, and the 400 free relay team of Alexander, Dichmann, Hazel and Schachter was second in 3:12.95.
Kevin Virnig posted a CIF-consideration time of 2:02.82 in the 200 individual medley.