Varsity Boys Track & Field

CCS Top 8 Classic , Menlo-Atherton 4th

Date of competition: Friday, April 18, 2014

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CCS Top 8 Classic
At San Jose City College
Team leaders --
1, Santa Cruz 69; 2, Bellarmine 60; 3, Palma 38; 4, Menlo-Atherton 36; 5, Willow Glen 24; 6, Serra and Branham 19; 8, Live Oak 18; 9, Mt. Pleasant and Los Altos 17.
Individual events
400 relay -- Santa Cruz, 42.77; 4, Menlo-Atherton 43.64; 6, Gunn 44.18
1,600 -- Welsh (Monterey) 4:20.21; 4, Scandlyn (MA) 4:23.37
110 HH -- Davis (Santa Cruz) 14.33; 3, Grau (SHP) 14.92
400 -- Orloff (Serra) 48.86; 2, Plante 49.20
100 -- Morris (Santa Cruz) 10.97; 6, Lydster (Gunn) 11.19
800 -- Greenlow (Bellarmine) 1:57.33; 5, Corey (Priory) 1:58.38
300 IH -- Kirwan (Branham) 38.91
200 -- Morris (Santa Cruz) 21.89; 3, Plante (MA) 22.35
3,200 -- Blake (Westmont) 9:28.21
4x400 relay -- Santa Cruz, 3:26.00; 3, Menlo-Atherton 3:26.84
Discus -- Macial (Willow Glen) 181-9
Long jump -- Pacheco (Palma) 21-9; 2, Meacham (MA) 21-8
Pole vault -- Nicholas (Mt. Pleasant) 15-10
Shot put -- Macial (Willow Glen) 53-11 ¾
High jump -- Shattuck (Santa Cruz) 6-4
Triple jump -- Bush (Bellarmine) 45-5; 4, Tuoma (Menlo School) 43-4

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posted by Palo Alto Online on Apr 21, 2014 at 2:04 pm

M-A senior Zach Plante was anchored the 400 relay to a season best of 43.64, was second in the 400, third in the 200 and anchored the 1,600 relay to a third-place finish. Photo by John Hale.
 
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