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New!Â Â 2013 Complete Results
Team Winners:Â Los AltosÂ won the boys title for the first time andÂ GlendoraÂ defended the girls title. Â The Conquerors edged Arcadia 78-74. Â The started the day with a solid win in the 4×100 and sealed the deal with a 2nd place finish, just behind the Apaches, in the 4×400. Â They were led by wins from sophÂ Hunter MuncieÂ (49.86 – 4th SGV) andÂ Gabriel AcevesÂ (300 hurdles). Â The Tartan girls piled up a big 121 points for a 28 point gap over Arcadia. Â Glendora posted five wins, with doubles from Brittney Johnson and Emily Hoey and a high jump win from seniorÂ Hannah Nelli.
GlendoraÂ won the girls Frosh/Soph Trophy andÂ ArcadiaÂ won the boys Frosh/Soph Event, both by largeÂ margins.
Athlete of the Meet (Girls)Â Kyra White -Â the Arcadia junior went home with four first place medals. Â She posted strong wins in the 200 and 400 and contributed a leg to the Apache’s meet record win in the 4×400 as well as their #2 AT SGV 4×100 win. Â Kyra’s win in the 400 (58.16 – #3 AT SGV) came in only her second attempt in the event, and her 25.33 200m is #2 AT SGV.
Athlete of the Meet (Boys)Â Josh JiÂ – massively improved in the 2013, the Arcadia junior’s double win in the throws narrowly edged out the 100/200 double from South Hills seniorÂ Shawn Cutkelvin. Â Josh’s winning marks of 53’5-1/4″ in the shot and 150’8″ rank #3 and #5 respectively AT SGV
The Top Sprinter Awards go to Kyra and Shawn
The top Distance Awards go to Glendora juniorÂ Emily HoeyÂ and West Covina seniorÂ Tyler Potts. Â Emily rode big kicks for a 1600/800 double. Â Her 5:05.73 was a ten second PR and ranks #3 AT SGV and her 800 win ranks her 9th AT. Â Tyler, just the 13th seed in the 1600, made a strong move over the last 400 to win the 1600 with a 7.54 second PR and now ranks #10 SGV.
The boys Field Event Award goes to Josh, and the girls award goes to Glendora juniorÂ Brittney JohnsonÂ on the strength of her Long Jump/Triple Jump double. Â Brittney had a big PR 17’5-1/4″ in the LJ, which ranks her #4 AT SGV, and her TJ win ranks #10.
There were no repeat winners in the Varsity events, but thirteen of this year’s winners were juniors, sophs and one frosh, so we’ll have a lot of athletes looking to repeat next year.
The Frosh/Soph division grows stronger and stronger, with 10 Meet Records, including all six distance events
Results and All-Time Performers Lists