2016 Sacramento Meet of Champions

Sacramento Meet of Champions         April 30, 2016

Thank you to Tony Giovannoni of Justin Sienna for sending in this addition to the results.

Justin Sienna’s Dena Prince’s set school records in the 100m Hurdles and the High Jump. She lowered her own record in the 100m hurdles to 15.33 to place 6th in the Girls Varsity 100m hurdles which should put her #10 on the MCAL All-Time List for the 100m hurdles. She then won the Girls Varsity high jump with a mark of 5’4” which broke the school record of 5’ 3” that her younger sister set in 2015. Dana will join 7 other jumpers tied for 4th place on the MCAL All-TIme List. (Tam’s coach Bob McLennon is the record keeper and will update the All-Time List at the end of the track season)

Max Glasser of Marin Catholic won the 400m Boys Varsity in a lifetime best of 49.34a. Max is the second-fastest sophomore in California this outdoor season. This time puts Max on the MCAL All-Time List at #8 (tie).

Hunter Juarez of Marin Catholic ran 11.08a to place 6th in the Men Invitational 100-meter dash.

Munir Kabbara of San Rafael placed 4th in the Boys 1600m Varsity running 4:26.47.

Grace Dailey of Branson placed 5th in the Girls 1600m Varsity with the time of 5:10.98.

Full results can be found at:     http://timerhub.com/get_web_index.php?page=redcaptiming.com/2016/smoc/

Please let us know if we missed any athletes at weranmarin@gmail.com


2 thoughts on “2016 Sacramento Meet of Champions

    • Thank you Tom! It is so helpful to have coaches, fans or photographers send in results.
      Please send in any photos that are relevant.

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