Varsity Boys Track & Field

WBAL 3A meet , Sacred Heart Prep 1st

Date of competition: Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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Garrett Mack raced to a school record of 4:28.69 while winning the 1,600 meters to highlight Sacred Heart Prep's efforts in the West Bay Athletic League's third track and field meet of the season on Tuesday at SHP. Mack broke the previous mark of 4:37.88 by Zach Kaplan in 2010. Also breaking the mark was SHP senior Daniel Hill, who clocked 4:31.14 in his first race after missing two months due to a concussion. SHP senior Ben Burr-Kirven swept the 100 and 200, Connor Cody won the 110 high hurdles and high jump and teammate Griffin Kraemer was a double-winner in the triple jump and 300 intermediate hurdles to help the Gators pile up 204 points and claim the team title.

West Bay Athletic League
Meet No. 3A at Sacred Heart Prep
All races in meters
Team scores --
1, Sacred Heart Prep 204; 2, Harker 71; 3, Menlo School 53; 4, St. Lawrence 46; 5, Eastside Prep 31; 6, Nueva School 23
400 relay -- St. Lawrence 50.90
100 -- Burr-Kirven (SHP) 11.20
200 -- Burr-Kirven (SHP) 23.11
400 -- Partida (Eastside Prep) 53.25
800 -- Miranda (Menlo) 2:07.89
1600 -- Mack (SHP) 4:28.69 (school record)
110 HH -- Cody (SHP) 16.18
300 IH -- Kraemer (SHP) 43.55
1600 relay -- Sacred Heart Prep 3:45.09
Shot put -- Van de Zweep (St. Lawrence) 35-11 3/4
Discus -- O'Kelly (SHP) 104-1
High jump -- Cody (SHP) 5-2
Long jump -- Touma (Menlo) 20-9
Triple jump -- Kraemer (SHP) 39-8

posted by Palo Alto Online on Apr 29, 2015 at 11:59 am

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