Sunkist League Track and Field Finals Results
May 6, 2015
at Grand Terrace HS
Results of winner and other CIF-SS Prelims qualifiers
?Not sure if CIF-SS qualifier.
100 M: 1. Damian Alloway (Summit) 10.6,
200: 1. Damian Alloway (S) 21.8, 2. Mario Magana (S) 22.1, 3. Tony Salter (Grand Terrace) 22.2.
400: 1. Mario Magana (S) 49.1, 2. Tony Salter (GT) 50.7, 3. Kevin Marcy (G) 51.4.
800: 1. Angel Parga (Bloomington) 2:02.04.
1600: 1. Marcos Guillen (Fontana) 4:34.6, 2. Alex Mariscal (B) 4:34.9.
3200: 1. Gerardo Vazquez (B) 10:08.4
110 hh: 1. Justin Ford (S) 15.0, 2. Hunter Hale (GT) 15.8.
300 ih: 1. Joshua Richard (GT) 40.2.
400 relay: 1. Summit 42.9, 2. Grand Terrace 43.6.
1600 relay: 1. Grand Terrace 3:28.1, 2. Bloomington 3:32.3?, 3. Fontana 3:33.9?.
Long Jump: 1. Devon Dixon (GT) 22-0, 2. Ronald Draper (S) 21-5 1/2, 3. Drevion Witt (GT) 21-3 1/2.
Triple Jump: 1. Isaiah Jamison (K) 44-5 1/2, 2. Devon Dixon (GT) 42-11, 3. Drevion Witt (GT) 42-5.
High Jump: 1. Devon Dixon (GT) 6-4, 2. Ronald Draper (S) 6-4, 3. Elijah Smith (GT) 6-2.
Discus: 1. Ray Cozart (GT) 137-10.
Shot put: 1. Alejandro Sandoval (S) 47-4, 2. David Delgado (F) 47-1 1/2, 3. Anthony Vargas (GT) 44-7.
100m: 1. Sinclair Watson (Summit) 12.4, 3. Trinque Jonzon (Colton) 12.9?.
200: 1. Sinclair Watson (S) 23.2,
400: 1. Breyani Adebe Holoman (Kaiser) 1:00.9,
800: 1. Michelle Pineda (Fontana) 2:22, 2. Nissa Inunza (Grand Terrace) 2:27,
1600: 1. Jennifer Sandoval (S) 5:07.6.
3200: 1. Jennifer Sandoval (S) 10:56.2.
100 ih: 1. Quena Hornsby (S) 16.5.
300 lh: 1. Limoni Brown (GT) 48.2, 2. Lauren Aguillard (GT) 49.3.
400 relay: 1. Summit 50.1.
1600 relay: 1. Grand Terrace 4:15.4, 2. Fontana 4:18.7?, 3. Kaiser 4:20.9?.
Long jump: 1. Chioma Bush (S) 17-11, 2. Mariah Wells (K) 16-3.
Triple jump: 1. Chioma Bush (S) 35-10 1/2, 2. Limoni Brown (GT) 33-5 1/2.
High Jump: 1. Sinclair Watson (S) 5-2, 2. Tenayah Hawkins (GT) 5-2, 3. Shyanne Thompson (GT) 4-10.
Discus: 1. Savannah Carter (GT) 89-1.
Shot Put: 1. Savannah Carter (GT) 28-9.
Above, highlights of Thursday’s All-Star Game at Arroyo Valley HS
Summit’s DoyleBonet Walker talks about scoring 21 points for the North team in the all-star game
Photo courtesy of Mario Magaña
Summit High athlete Mario Magaña stated on Twitter that he has signed his national letter of intent to compete for the University of South Dakota’s track and field program.
“I am going to be doing sprints but I am recruited for the 400-meter event,”
Summit coach Nick Matheny, above, has a great story about watching Steven Carr play Pop Warner.
Stephen Carr won’t graduate until 2017, but seemed very ready to make his commitment.
Summit ATH Damian Alloway stated that he will not announce his decision on Monday.
Fontana Summit High football player Damian Alloway will make his verbal commitment at the Athletic Republic in Ontario on . Monday
Summit High’s Damian Alloway
Alloway, who is a junior for the Skyhawks, confirmed that he will decide between Cal, UCLA and Oregon State.
Despite making his commitment, he plans to make all his official and unofficial visits to California campuses this spring.
It was confirmed earlier in the week that Lokeni Toailoa of Carter High was going to make his verbal commitment at the same location.
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“Summit’s Stephen Carr carries the ball against Kaiser defense at Kaiser High School in Fontana, CA, Friday, October 24, 2014. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)”
Summit Skyhawks sophomore RB Stephen Carr has been offered by the USC Trojans football program.
Carr received his first offer from the Washington Huskies followed by the Colorado Buffaloes.
Aside from playing football for the Skyhawks, he also ran for the track team as a freshman.
Although Grand Terrace has a few players other than UC RIverside-bound Skyler Lewis, they not only didn’t they have outside shooters, but they weren’t scorers on Tuesday night. Summit on the other hand, is much more athletic, and much deeper. Summit has now won 18 league games in a row.
Shown a little in the highlights is the job Kaiser did on the board, especially offensively.
Byron Wesley Sr., coach of Summit, had plenty of compliments to pay for the Kaiser team. I think he’d like his team to emulate Kaiser. Regardless I think he’s optimistic for the future, with some key freshmen and sophomores on the varsity roster.
It was reported earlier in the week that the basketball career of Summit High senior Darrion Willies may be done due to a
According to Willies, he believes he can return to the court to continue his basketball career following a second opinion with a sports medicine doctor.
Darrion Willies (left) with Fontana alum Corey Benjamin before the Fontana vs. Summit game.
“The doctor called me (Jan. 22) after reviewing my x-rays,” Willies said. “He assured me that with some therapy he could get me back on the court.”
The big question surrounding his return to a basketball court, is a matter of when if at all?
“I am hoping by this season but however much time I need to fully recover,” he explained. “The doctor said to rest for a couple of weeks then after a check up he will decide on how therapy will go.”
Willies will still try to make it to Summit’s games to support his
The team has gone 2-0 in Willies’ absences with victories over league-rivals, Colton and
Also, check out Willies’ rim breaking highlight that was named as one of Maxpreps’ Plays of the Week video.