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2016 All-West Bay Athletic League Boys Track and Field Teams



Most Outstanding Track: Elias Davidson (The King's Academy)

Most Outstanding Field: Boaz Chum (The King's Academy)

First team

Demonte Aleem (Harker)

Collin Benetz (The King's Academy)

Elias Davidson (The King's Academy)

Davis Dunaway (Harker)

Alejandro Grau (Sacred Heart Prep)

Graham MacFarquhar (Sacred Heart Prep)

Robert Miranda (Menlo)

Sasha Novitsky (Sacred Heart Prep)

Addison Partida (Eastside College Prep)

Kyle Schott (Sacred Heart Prep)

Luke Troyer (The King's Academy)

4x100 meters (Crystal Springs Upland)

4x400 meters (Crystal Springs Upland)

Second team

Apurv Baichwal (Crystal Springs Upland)

Anthony Contreras (Harker)

Henry Fortenbaugh (Menlo)

Brian Hannah (Crystal Springs Upland)

Brian O'Kelly (Sacred Heart Prep)

Isaiah Scott (The King's Academy)

Robert Screven (Priory)

Drew Wadsworth (Menlo)

Kevin Wang (Harker)

Oliver Weiss (Sacred Heart Prep)

4x100 meters (The King's Academy)

4x400 meters (The King's Academy)

Honorable mention

Brett Anstrom (Sacred Heart Prep)

Rohan Daran (Harker)

Dennis Mandudzo (Menlo)

Nick Marsano (Crystal Springs Upland)

Alexander Phillips (Crystal Springs Upland)

Trent Portman (The King's Academy)

Kevin Sum (The King's Academy)

4x100 meters (Menlo)

4x100 meters (Eastside College Prep)

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