Varsity Boys Track & Field

Palo Alto , at CCS championships

Date of competition: Friday, May 23, 2008

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The Palo Alto boys' track and field team scored 18 points and tied Lynbrook for 10th place at the Central Coast Section track and field championships last Friday at Gilroy High. Paly senior Dom Powell finished fourth in the high jump at 6-6, senior Julius Berezin took fourth in the 800 in a personal best of 1:55.91, Mike Scott took fourth in the long jump and fifth in the triple jump in addition to running on the 400 relay that clocked a season best of 42.95 for fourth place. Powell qualified for the CIF State Meet by equalling the automatic qualifying standard while Berezin and the relay team qualified when qualifiers ahead of them dropped out.

posted by keith peters on May 27, 2008 at 3:51 pm

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posted by keith peters on May 27, 2008 at 4:00 pm

Palo Alto senior Dom Powell attempts 6-8 in the boys' high jump at the CCS championships on May 23 at Gilroy High. Powell just barely missed, settling for fourth place at 6-6. He still qualified for the CIF State Meet by meeting the automatic qualifying standard.

Palo Alto senior Julius Berezin (center) battles Carlmont's Brad Surh (left) and Monterey's Jake Arveson down the final stretch of the 800. Berezin finished fourth in a personal best of 1:55.91, but advanced to the State Meet when Surh scratched in favor of the 1,600. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online.

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