CMC Finals Preview

May 10, 2018, Thursday
CMC PV Finals at Willits

May 12, 2018, Saturday
CMC Finals at St Helena 9am, forecast is for 88 degrees that day

Boys History
Girls History

Top 8 Individuals & 4 relay teams move on to NCS 1A Championships at Montgomery High School May 19th.
Lower Lake athletes in top 4 move on to Redwood Empire Track & Field Championships.

Complete 2018 CMC Finals Performance List

Sonoma Academy’s Rylee Bowen owns the meet records in 800 2:19.67 2015, 1600 4:58.13 2017 and 3200 meters 11:14.06 2015.
She is currently entered in all those plus the 400 as the second seed behind teammate Maddy Glenn (63.64).
Glenn is also the top seed in the 300 hurdles at 50.51.
Sonoma Academy’s Azure Sirocco who had a leap of 17-1.25 last year could challenge the MR of 17-5½ Tamika Brown, Fort Bragg 1992.
Teammate Caroline Von Raesfeld leads the triple jump at 32-07.

Middletown has the top seed in the 100 & 200 (13.03 27.23) by Kelsey Lemoine, high hurdles lead by Alyssa Hart at 17.94, the shot put by Hanna Morris at 31-10.25, the discus by Taelor Roderick at 100-00 and both relays.

Clear Lake’s Paige Woodruff leads the vault qualifiers at 9 feet.

High jump could be the most competitive event with a number of girls all trying to be the first to scale 5 feet this year.

A few boys have a chance at taking down meet records.
Sonoma Academy’s Kheva Mann (800 1:56.91/1600 4:22.37) will be after Lower Lake’s records of Mike Perez (1:56/4:19) from 2006.
Sonoma Academy’s Andre Williams (9:40.62) will be after the 1982 record of Fort Bragg’s Steve Bates of 9:41.55 in the 3200.
Teammate August O’Neil leads the triple jumpers at 40-01.

Lower Lake’s Bryson Trask (159-09) is closing in on the distance needed to take down the MR of 162-10 by Will Smith of Willits 2016 in the Discus.

St Helena (45.14) and Rincon Valley Christian (45.41) could battle for the 400m Relay record of 44.13 by St. Helena in 2012.

Rincon Valley Christian’s Robbie Leng in the high jump (6-01) and high hurdles (16.52) is the top seed in those events as is teammate Jacob-Rennia Worthy Gutierrez who leads the long jumpers this year.

St. Helena’s Cody DiTomaso leads the 400 qualifiers at 52.89 with Mann entered in that event as well.

The best battles of the day could come in the 100 and 200 as Kelseyville’s Jackie Farris and St. Helena’s Ryan Searl should test the photo finish system.

Fort Bragg’s Carlos Hernandez leads the vaulters by a lot at 11 feet as does teammate Eric Portillo in the 300 hurdles (42.75).