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High School Highlights: Track and Field, Boys Golf, Baseball

High School Highlights: Track and Field, Boys Golf, Baseball
1:33 pm PDT May 15, 2017

Track and Field

CIF Southern Sectional Preliminaries

Claudia Lane notched two first-place finishes at the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Track and Field Divisional Preliminaries Saturday, May 13, to punch her ticket to the championship finals. Lane’s two finals qualifications were among 10 for the team.

The sophomore was the top finisher in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs. She finished the 1,600m with a time of 4:56.16 and the 3,200m in a blazing 10:42.38. 

Isabella Gettings and Sierra Brady had first-place finishes in the high jump and pole vault, respectively. Gettings notched a 5-02, while Brady went 9-06 and was part of a six-way tie for first. Teammate Morgan Perlmuter qualified in the pole vault, finishing seventh. 

Ella McKinna-Worrell earned a trip to the championships with a third-place finish in the 400m (58.92). She also qualified in the 300m hurdles, taking seventh in a time of 47.95.

McKinna-Worrell along with Collette Aldrich, Liz Boland and Eva Conrad took the final qualifying spot in the 400m relay, too, taking ninth (50.47).

On the boys’ side, Luca Damian and Cooper deNicola qualified in the pole vault. Damian finished fourth with a mark of 11-06, while deNicola took ninth with an 11-foot leap.

The CIF-SS Championship Finals kick off Saturday, May 20, at Cerritos College.

Boys Golf

Northern Regionals

Quincy Allen carded a 77 and finished in 37th place at the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Ford Boys Northern Individual Golf Regional May 8 in Oxnard. 

The junior was the lone MHS golfer at the tournament. The top 20 golfers advanced to the CIF-SS Individual Finals. 

Baseball 

St. Bonaventure 2, MHS 1

Colter Barish’s RBI double in the fourth was all the Sharks could muster, falling 2-1 to St. Bonaventure May 9 on the road.

William Tamkin recording eight strikeouts and six hits over six innings. He also walked three. 

Tamkin also led at the plate, going 2-for-3 with a run scored.