By Jon D. Gaede, BVN Staff –
The San Andreas League’s (SAL) best competed for individual and team honors at San Gorgonio High School.
The hot sun poured onto the track as some long standing records would soon fall.
Beyond the competition of the day, the athletes hoped to qualify for CIF Southern Section meet at Cerritos next weekend.
Cajon High School’s Ayana Gales, despite two leg injuries, was quite impressive as she ran the second leg in the girls 4 x 100 relay, posting a season best 48.49. Gales also finished second in the triple jump with leap of 35’4” and also added a third in the long jump with a 17’1”.
Carter High School’s multitalented Shanice Stewart (New Mexico) was the class of the meet for the girls. Stewart won the long jump with a 17’7”.
the high jump at 5’10”, ran the second leg in the 4 x 100 win and most impressive, won the 100 meters hurdles in 14.6, an SAL meet record that hasn’t been broken in 25 years!
In other events, Carter’s Kwante Ward, won the boys high jump and Carter’s Esteban Aguiano won the 300 hurdles in 39.32. Rialto’s Enrique Lopez won the boys 3200 and Cajon’s Haley Sanner won the 300 hurdles in 44.7 and the 200 in 25.6 In conclusion the fleet footed sprinters from Carter High School won both the boys 4 x 100 (Ward, Sanders, Williams and Coleman) in 43.2. and the 4 x 400. Carter’s Ronjay Budd ran an impressive first leg.
Carter High School won an impressive six total running and field events. Several athletes have qualified for CIF Southern Section Championships at Cerritos College next week.
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