Sierra took second in both the boys and girls divisions on Saturday in the Tom Moore Relays and East Union’s Alexus Surnip won the girls long jump and triple jump in rainy conditions at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
Surnip leaped 15 feet, 9 inches in the long jump and 33-3 ½ in the triple jump. Manteca’s Taina Colon won the high jump (4-6) and the Buffaloes finished fourth as a team.
For Sierra, Jeida Lavendar (400, 1:03.46), Katelyn Finnicum (100 hurdles, 18.43), Dulce Cruz (shot put, 29-9) and Miranda Miller (triple jump, 32-7 ½) finished second; Megan Oblin (1600, 5:39.13), Perla Valdovinos (shot put, 29-9; discus, 88-6) and Miller (long jump, 15-0) finished third; The 4x400 relay team (4:52.46); Rainn Prieto (400, 1:06.42) and Dulce Cruz (discus, 87-9) were fourth and Luisa Millard (400, 1:07.51) was fifth.
Manteca’s Olga Perez, Julia Moreno, Abigail Arias, Kaley Miller finished second in the 4x100 relay (53.79) and third in the sprint medley (2:05.69). Emilee Craighead, Colon, Raveen Nijjar, and Brianna Rodriguez finished third for the Buffaloes in the distance medley.(15:01.45)
In boys action, Weston Ranch’s Brian Arevalo won the 1600 (4:39.49), Manteca’s Sunny Dozier won the long jump (19-9) and from Sierra, David Kakala (triple jump, 39-10 ½), Holden Fishburn (shot put, 42 ½) also brought home gold medals.
Sierra’s 4x100 relay (45.19), 4x400 relay (3:44.21), Nicholas Stanley (110 hurdles, 16.94) and Holden Fishburn (discus, 117-8) were second, Cole Devore (110 hurdles, 17.25) was third; Shane Johnson (long jump, 17-9) was fourth and David Correa (400, 54.87) and Axel Rios (1600, 4:48.52) were fifth.
Manteca’s Kai Begonia (triple jump, 36-8 ½) and sprint medley (1:43.52) was fourth and the 4x100 relay (46.03) was fifth.
Weston Ranch’s distance medley (12:11.01) was fourth.
Ripon won the frosh/soph boys while Manteca finished second and the Buffaloes won the frosh/soph girls while the Indians were third.
Aaron Wood won the boys high jump (5-4) and triple jump (37-5) for Ripon and the Indans sprint medley was first (1:47.15). Manteca’s Aidan Nicolas won the long jump (18-9 ½).
Manteca’s Aleah Melendez (400, 1:08.50) and the girls 4x100 relay (56.05) finished first.