The Trabuco Hills Invitational and Distance Carnival has become one of the premier Track and Field Invitationals in Southern California. Here is everything you need to know.
2018 Trabuco Hills Inivitational March 31, 2018
The two-day Trabuco Hills Invitational produced four CA No. 1 marks, five No. 2s and 27 top-10s. A recap with links to full coverage.
In his first 100m of the season, Oaks Christian junior Cristian Moore talks about his win at the Trabuco Hills Invitational, revisits last year's CA State Meet where he medaled in both the 100m and 200m and talked about his goals for 2018.
It's just like a track meet to have multiple events happening at the same time. In this clip, we have heat 3 of the girls varsity 300m hurdles starting and then hitting the curve at the same time Trabuco Hills senior Sean Lee is clearing 7-2 on his final attempt. Lee is the defending CIF-State champion in the high jump with a U.S. best this spring of 7-3. He would go on to make three attempts at 7-4, which you will find scattered among other hurdles clips.
Long Beach Poly senior Ariyonna Augustine, the defending CIF-State champ in the 100m and 200m, crushed a deep field in the 200m on Saturday at the Trabuco Hills Invitational. Augustine ran 23.73 (+2.3). El Toro's Malifah Medley was second 24.42 with Upland's Jada Hicks third in 24.74.
Sean Lee clears 7-2 to win the Trabuco Hills Invitational. The defending CIF-State champion and current U.S. leader at 7-3, made three attempts at a PR of 7-4.
Santa Ana sophomore Maria Hernandez runs away from the field in 11:42.19. Senior Cayla Porter(Trabuco Hills) is 2nd in 12:18.16.
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