NCS 1A Girls Notes

Only seven other schools scored more points than Sonoma Academy’s Rylee Bowen.
Rylee won the 1600 (4:59.46), 800 (2:19.46) and placed 2nd in the 3200 (11:19.82), an event she will probably drop now after running it twice this year for team points.
A shot out to Rincon Valley Christian freshman 800 runner Alyssa Hammer for her 3rd place finish in 2:20.56.

When I wrote before the meet that Rylee’s freshman sister Kate only needed to run 5:04.76 in the 1600 I had no idea she would take me so literally as she ran the exact automatic qualifying time to move to MOC in that event. So Kate if you are reading this feel free to run faster than the next meets auto mark of 4:55.96.

The CMC had two other near double winners as Middletown’s Kelsey Lemoine won the 100 in 12.62, =36th All-Time and was 2nd in the 200 at 26.84.
The other being Rincon Valley Christian’s Kylie Olson won the discus at 116-7, 42nd All-Time and was 2nd in the shot at 34-1.

The CMC had another winner as Fort Bragg’s Annika Kao won the pole vault at 8-6, as all 5 entries were from the CMC.

Sonoma Academy had two outstanding horizontal jumpers take thirds as Azure Siraco went 17-1.25, 36th All-Time, in the long jup and Katie Johanson 34-6.75, 50th All-Time, in the triple jump.

Also placing in the top three, and qualifying on were
3rd Janee Estes, 12 Fort Bragg 100HH 16.85
3rd Maddy Glenn, 11 Sonoma Academy 300LH 50.10
2nd Paige Woodruff, 11 Clear Lake PV 8-0
3rd Amy Herrmann, 11 Middletown PV 7-6

The only meet record was in the triple jump by Daijuhnae Williams of Cal. School for the Deaf at 37-3.75.