Breanna Bernard-Joseph is one of the few dominant returners in a section that graduated a huge group of star seniors last spring, opening the door for a new wave of talent to emerge in 2018.
Articles with Harvard Westlake (SS)
Will CJ Stevenson be the only 50-foot jumper in the section by the end of the season? Somehow I doubt it.
Norwegian Sondre Guttormsen, a Davis High transfer, and Santa Catalina junior Laurel Wong led a deep contingent from CA at the National Pole Vault Summit over the weekend in Reno.
Some of the top athletes in the nation will take part in the field events this weekend. Here is the preview of all the field events including the favorites and all the top contenders.
When it comes to girls’ track and field, the Harvard-Westlake School (photos above by Jeff Sides) is one of those teams that can often get lost in the shuffle. The small independent college preparatory school, located in Los Angeles, has an enrollment (grades 7-12) of roughly 1,600 with slightly more than half that total comprising its high school student body.
Great Marks across the state. Brandon Ford (Mt. Carmel) won the high jump with a 6-10 jump. Deante Kemper (Sierra) also jumped 6-10. Cami Chapus (Jr., Harvard Westlake) had an impressive double with a 4:51.66 1600 and a 10:29.48 3200. Photos by Gabriel Santana.
Photo courtesy John Olson, SCRUNNERS
Top runners at the California State meet; Div 1 winner Ammar Moussa far left; Div 2 winner Elias Gedyon center (photos by Margot Kelly) and Div 1 girls winner Molly Grabill. (photo by Dennis McClanahan)