Varsity Boys Track & Field

WBAL meet No. 3 , SHP 1st

Date of competition: Wednesday, April 10, 2013

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In the first head-to-head meeting of the boys' track and field season between rivals Menlo School and Sacred Heart Prep, the Gators came out on top in the third West Bay Athletic League meet by tallying 218 points at Bellarmine Prep in San Jose on Wednesday. Menlo finished second with 155 points.

SHP was led by Ricky Grau's 15.86 win in the 110 high hurdles, Andrew Segre's 45.20 win in the 300 intermediate hurdles, Nico Robinson's 22.39 win in the 200 that tied him for second in the Central Coast Section, Jhed Yuzon's win in the shot put at 44-11 1/4, and Cameron Van's 6-2 victory in the high jump.

Menlo won the 400 relay in 44.37 and 1,600 relay in 3:41.18, Matt Myers took the 400 in 52.66, Keaton Shiveley won the 800 in 2:13.77, and Paul Touma won the long jump (20-1 1/2) and triple jump (41-5).

West Bay Athletic League No. 3
At Bellarmine Prep
Team scores --
1, Sacred Hearet Prep 218; 2, Menlo School 155; 3, Harker 93; 4, St. Lawrence 90
400 relay -- Menlo School A 44.37
1600 -- Yeats (Harker) 5:00.21
110 HH -- Grau (SHP) 15.86
400 -- Myers (Menlo) 52.66
100 -- Minocha (Harker) 10.80
800 -- Shiveley (Menlo) 2:13.77
300 IH -- Segre (SHP) 45.20
200 -- Robinson (SHP) 22.39; 2, Parker (Menlo) 22.76
3200 -- Gonzalez (St. Lawrence) 11:12.99
1600 relay -- Menlo School A 3:41.18
Shot put -- Yuzon (SHP) 44-11 1/4
Discus -- Chen (Harker) 122-3
Long jump -- Touma (Menlo) 20-1 1/2
Triple jump -- Touma (Menlo) 41-5
High jump -- Van (SHP) 6-2

posted by Palo Alto Online on Apr 11, 2013 at 10:44 am

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