CMC Finals preview

Coastal Mountain Conference Track & Field Championships

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The 2016 version of the CMC Championships has a large number of defending champions and meet record holders.
Sonoma Academy’s Rylee Bowen is the national leader in the 3200 and the state leader in the 1600. Last year she broke the meet records in all three distance races. 2:19.67, 5:01.70, 11:14.06.
In the hurdle races St. Helena’s Julia DeVencinzi has won both races the last two years and holds the record in the high’s at 15.53. Fort Bragg’s Janee Estes should challenge her in the 300’s.
St Vincent’s Olivia DeGraca will be shooting for her third straight triple jump win and second in the long jump. She will get stiff competion from Sonoma Academy’s Azure Siraco in the long jump.
Tech High’s Julissa Schaffer will also be aiming for a third straight win but will have to hold off Middletown’s Meghan Carlisle who co-won in 2013.
Clear Lake’s Kiana Richardson won the high jump last year at 5-0 as a freshman and is back to try and work towards four staright.
Willits Will Smith has won both throws the last two years and this year leads the Redwood Empire in both with marks of 165-5 & 49-4.
Sonoma Academy’s Remy Barbiero won both horizontal jumps last year and leads the Empire in the long jump this year at 20-5.
Fort Bragg’s Brenden Valador won the 400 last year but this year will take on a number of good sprinters in the 100 & 200.
Sonoma Academy runners have won the 3200 the last four years in blazing heat. Joey Johnson will try and keep that streak going but he will have to beat league leader Wes Methum who will try and be Rincon Valley Christians first ever champion on the track.

Thursday May 12, 2016
Willits High School

2:30 pm Frosh/Soph Discus, Varsity Girls Discus, Varsity Boys Discus
3:30pm Pole Vault

Saturday, May 14, 2016
St Helena High School

Field Events 9:30 AM: The events in the far left column will start at 9:30am. Others to the right follow as the preceding event is completed.

Varsity Girls High Jump, Varsity Boys High Jump, Frosh/Soph Boys High Jump
Varsity Girls Shot Put, Varsity Boys Shot Put, Frosh/Soph Shot Put
Frosh/Soph Long Jump, Varsity Girls Long Jump, Varsity Boys Long Jump
Varsity Boys Triple Jump, Frosh/Soph Triple Jump, Varsity Girls Triple Jump

Running Events: 10:00AM Competitors should report to the Clerk of the Course on ‘Second Call’
1) FS 4 x 100m Relay
2) VG 4 x 100m Relay
3) VB 4 x 100m Relay
4) FS 1600m Run
5) VG 1600m Run
6) VB 1600m Run
7) VG 100m Hurdles (33inch)
8) FS 110m Hurdles (36 inch)
9) VB 110m Hurdles (39 inch)
10) FS 400m Dash
11) VG 400m Dash
12) VB 400m Dash
13) FS 100m Dash
14) VG 100m Dash
15) VB 100m Dash
16) FS 800m Run
17) VG 800m Run
18) VB 800m Run
19) VG 300m L. Hurdles (30 inch)
20) FS 300m I. Hurdles (36 inch)
21) VB 300m I. Hurdles (36 inch)
22) FS 200m Dash
23) VG 200m Dash
24) VB 200m Dash
25) FS 3200m Run
26) VG 3200m Run
27) VB 3200m Run
28) FS 4 x 400m Relay
29) VG 4 x 400m Relay
30) VB 4 x 400m Relay

Advancement to NCS Class A Meet
Eight competitors in each individual event and four relay teams in each relay will advance to the NCS Class A meet on May 21, 2016 at Montgomery High School, with the exception of athletes from Lower Lake High who must place in the top four to advance to their area meet. Competitors from other schools will be moved up to replace Lower Lake athletes or any others athletes who scratch from the next meet.