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Golden time at Relays
Sierra nets 2 individual 1sts, EU 1 at Moore Relays
Sierras Garet Stone and East Unions Gustavo Hurtado run in the 1600 on Saturday for second place in the Tom Moore Relays at Sierra High School. Stone finished fifth. - photo by DAVE CAMPBELL/The Bulletin

Sierra brought home two individual gold medals and East Union one from the Tom Moore Relays on Saturday at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.

 Sierra’s Jojo Macias cleared 14 feet, 6 inches in the pole vault and teammate Anthony Santiago won the shot put (52-0 ½). East Union’s Cody Keener tied for first at 5-10 with Anthony Rhoads of West-Tracy.

 East Union picked up three firsts in the relays – girls 400 meters (50.34 seconds), coed 800 (1:41.81) and boys 400 (44.05).

 Ripon edged Weston Ranch for first in the boys 800 sprint medley relay – 1:37.38 to 1:37.39 – and East Union was fifth (1:39.95)

 There were three silver medals handed out in the field events for local athletes: Brent White of Ripon in the triple jump (40-0 ¼), Lathrop’s Elijah Hunter in the shot put (42-8) and Anthony Santiago of Sierra in the discus (124-11)

  Iris Carillo of Weston Ranch was third in the 800 (2:33.84) and 1600 (5:29.30). The Lathrop girls 1600 relay of Terrina Phillips, Stefanie Rock, Danya Phillips and Kira Booth was third (4:42.50) as was the Weston Ranch boys 1600 relay of Jordell Burks, Andrew Phan, Zack Sims and Erron Duncan (3:37.53) and the East Union girls 800 sprint relay (1:56.42).

 Sierra’ Chukwudi Osondu finished third in the boys high jump (5-6), East Union’s Maliah Watson was third in the girls discus (96-6 ½) and fourth in the shot put (31-8 ½). Also finishing fourth was Leonardo Resendiz of Weston Ranch in the 800 (2:06.58) and the Ripon girls 1600 relay team of Taylor Werner, Aliyah Lozano, Elizabeth Eicher and Ellie Waters (4:42.64).

 Lathrop’s Laury Tchouante-Diboki was fifth in the triple jump (29-8 ½) and in a five-way tie for fifth in the high jump (4-4).  Garet Stone of Sierra was fifth in the 1600 (4:39.67) as was Timberwolves teammate Rumnick Cheema in the discus (113-9). The East Union boys hurdle shuttle (38.49) and Sierra 400 relay (52.22) were fifth.

Ellie Waters of Ripon was sixth in the 1600 (5:46.22) and Felipe Garcia-Moran was sixth in the pole vault (10-6) along with Weston Ranch’s James Walker in the long jump (19-6 ½). Lathrop had two relay teams finish sixth – the 800 coed relay (1:47.35) and girls 800 sprint relay (2:01.53) along with two East Union girls relays – the distance medley (14:46.54) and hurdle shuttle (40.18).

 Sierra was fourth in the boys teams standings and East Union sixth. The Lancers girls finished fifth.