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Hauck sets meet record
Lancer clears 11-foot, 4 in pole vault
Sierras Ricky Morris leads the pack during the final lap of the varsity boys 1600. - photo by HIME ROMERO

East Union Lancer Jessica Hauck looked in mid-season form setting a new meet record in the pole-vault Saturday during the Sierra High-Tom Moore Relays.

Hauck was one of two individual meet participants to set meet marks, clearing 11-foot-4.

Hauck’s record setting vault was nearly 3-feet higher than the second place finisher.

Sierra High’s Ricky Morris took down the 1600, while Manteca’s Isaiah Cruz finished third in the event. Cruz’s teammate Jordan Lyons was also the medalist in the 400-meters for the Buffaloes, winning with a time of 50.8.

Sierra’s Valerie Nestor was the meet’s best shot putter, finishing with a meet-best toss a full-foot in front of Kimball’s Jaleyah Douglass.

Ripon High had a few standouts in the meet, earning a second place team distance medley finish and a third place finish in the girls’ triple jump from Taylor Spence.

The Manteca Buffaloes were the only area program to nab a top-5 finish in the team scores, finishing fourth in the boys varsity scoring with 43 points. The Timberwolves came in behind Manteca with 22 points, good for ninth place overall.

The Timberwolves girls’ team was the area’s best, earning 30-points for a seventh place finish, while East Union had 21 points and a 12th place overall finish.