San Bernardino County CIF-SS Masters track qualifiers

Here is a list of San Bernardino County qualifiers for the CIF-SS Masters  Track and Field Meet, which is Friday at Cerritos College. I don’t know possible scratches at this point, so there could be some changes come Friday.

BOYS
100 meters: 8. Damion Alloway (Summit) 10.74
200: none
400; 8. Mario Magana (Jr., Summit) 48.31
800: none
1600: none
3200: 4. Michael Teran (Sr., Jurupa Hills) 9:06.93, 6. Caleb Webb (Jr., Big Bear) 9:07.71
4×100: 6. Carter 41.87
4×400: 5. Chino Hills 3:18.09
110 h: 2. Joseph Anderson (Fr., Upland) 14.02
300 h: 7. Tahir Rashed-Mills (Sr., San Gorgonio) 38.34
HJ: Eric Moore (Sr., Carter) 6-9, Jahvad McDermott (Sr., Redlands), 6-5,
LJ: None
TJ: 9. AJ Walton (Sr., Oak Hills) 45-3 ¾, 12. Genesis Smith (Sr., Granite Hills) 45-2 ½.
PV: None
SP: 6. Trevor Gorwin (Sr., Yucca Valley) 58-2 ½,
DT: 4. Troy Bacon (Sr., Oak Hills) 168-2, 5. Tyler Merkley (Jr., Los Osos), 167-8.

GIRLS
100: None
200: None
400: 9. Mikaela Adolphus (Jr., Upland) 56.42.
800: 6. Jaquelyn Hill (Fr., Etiwanda), 2:12.22, 7. Claire Crowley (Jr., Redlands) 2:12.78,
1600: 11. Sydney Tullai (So., Ayala) 4:59.07
3200: None
4×100: None
4×400: None
100 h: None
300 h: 6. Juanita Webster (Jr., Redlands), 43.31
HJ: 2T. Savanna Miller (Sr., Redlands) 5-7, Alisha Edwards (So., Redlands) 5-7, Skyler Daniel (Jr., Upland) 5-7
LJ: 1. Margaux Jones (Jr., Redlands) 20-3,
TJ: 7. Juanita Webster (Jr., Redlands) 38-0 ½,
PV: 4. Marguerite Crokem (Jr., Chino) 11-9
SP: 8. Destiny Parker (Sr., Summit) 41-7 ½, 10. Sienna Tesimale (Jr., Colony), 41-5,
DT: None

Citrus Belt League track and field results

This should be all the CIF-SS qualifiers from Thursday’s Citrus Belt League track finals. I believe Yucaipa, Miller and Cajon are Division 1 and Redlands, Redlands East Valley and Eisenhower are D2. Those with lines through them did not make qualifying mark for their division. I believe in only one event, the girls high jump, did a fourth-place finisher qualify for CIF-SS prelims.

BOYS
100: 1. Elijah Lilly (Cajon) 11.32, 2. Ahmed Amaar (Redlands) 11.40, 3. Arick Cohen (C) 11.41.
200: 1. Arick Cohen (C) 22.64, 2. Michael Watkins (Miller) 22.83, 3. Tyler Collins (Redlands East Valley) 22.89.
400: 1. Tylor Richie (M) 50.38, 2. Brandon McDowell (Eisenhower) 51.10, 3. Jojo Bailey (Yucaipa) 51.82
800: 1. Xolan Brown (Red) 1:57.18, 2. Chris Gray (REV) 1:59.42, 3. Andrew Humphries (Y) 2:00.62.
1600: 1. Andrew Humphries (Y) 4:31.67, 2. Garrett Dycus (Y) 4:36.02, 3. Christian Sharp (REV) 4:37.20
3200: 1. Thomas Durham (Y) 9:48.82, 2. David Hughes (REV) 9:55.28, 3. Curtis Durham (Y) 9:56.27.
4×100 relay: 1. REV 42.95, 2. Yucaipa 43.41, 3. Cajon 43.98.
4×400 relay: 1. Miller 3:23.81, 2. REV 3:24.89, 3. Cajon 3:31.01.
110 high hurdles: 1. Malik Flowers (M) 15.46, 2. Eduardo Cintron (C) 15.56, 3. Ricardo Cintron (C) 15.59.
300 intermediate hurdles: 1. Elijah Lilly (C) 40.31, 2. Eduardo Cintron (C) 40.53, 3. Malik Flowers (M) 41.34.
High jump: 1. Jahvad McDermott (Red) 6-6, 2. Markelle Harris (E) 5-10, 3. Trak Daniel (Y) 5-10.
Long Jump: 1. 1. Cardell Palmer (Red) 21-9, 2. Johnny Lomelli (C) 21-1 1/4, 3. Jonathan Clark (REV) 20-8 3/4
Triple jump: 1. Javhad McDermott (Red) 46-0 1/2, 2. Jonathan Clark (REV) 41-8 1/2, 3. Thiyree Moore (E) 40-9.
Shot put: 1. Simione Aluesi (M) 54-8, 2. Kyler Burt-Dillman (Y) 49-11 3/4, 3. Mathew Cuthbert (Y) 47-1 3/4,
Discus: 1. Simione Aluesi (M) 141-8, 2. 2. David Matapula (M) 133-3, 3. Kyler Burt-Dillman (Y) 128-2

GIRLS
100: 1. Margaux Jones (Red) 12.33, 2. Erica Wadell (Y) 12.77, 3. Tanika Stephenson (Mil) 13.09.
200:  1. Margaux Jones (Red) 25.01, 2. Erica Wadell (Y) 26.39, 3. Alexis DeCoud (REV) 26.44.
400: 1. Brenna Phillips (REV) 58.93, 2. Kinzie McBride (REV) 59.72, 3. Allison Crowley (Red) 1:00.34.
800: 1. Claire Crowley (Red) 2:16.41, 2. Karen Jacobs (Red) 2:21.28, 3. Samantha Poliakon (C) 2:27.86.
1600: 1. Bailey Smith (Y) 5:12.58, 2. Samantha Aguilar (REV) 5:15.08, 3. Jess Aguilar (Y) 5:19.32.
3200: 1. Jess Aguilar (Y) 11:34.72, 2. Bailey Smith (Y) 11:40.22, 3. Samantha Aguilar (REV) 11:45.95
4×100 relay: 1. Redlands 48.32, 2. REV 49.13, 3. Yucaipa 49.41.
4×400 relay: 1. Redlands 3:58.14, 2. REV 4:00.86, 3. Yucaipa 4:15.68.
100 intermediate hurdles: 1. Brook Porter (C) 16.51, 2. Diana Williams (REV) 17.46, 3. Lilian Larios (Mil) 18.22.
300 low hurdles: 1. Juanita Webster (Red) 44.00, 2. Tristan Kilman (Y) 46.95, 3. Lillian Larios (M) 49.69.
High jump: 1. Savannah Miller (Red) 5-8, 2. Juanita Webster (Red) 5-6, 3. Alisha Edwards (Red) 5-6, 4. Janell Walley (Y) 5-4.
Long Jump: 1. Margaux Jones (Red) 19-10 1/2, 2. Janeise Tucker (E) 17-2 3/4, 3. Eric McCarty (Red) 16-8 3/4.
Triple jump: 1. Juanita Webster (Red) 38-3, 2. Rayana Dawson (C) 35-1 1/2, 3. Alexis DeCoud (REV) 32-11 1/2.
Shot put: 1. Marina Gaytan (Red) 33-1 1/2, 2. Chelianne Masiasomua (C) 32-9 3/4, 3. Makenna Plott (Y) 32-9 1/2.
Discus: 1. Shawna Masiasomua (C) 101-6 1/2, 2. Madison Wilson (REV) 98-5, 3. Michelle Scott (Y) 95-6.

 

CBL track finals results

As requested by several people, here are the Citrus Belt League Track and Field Finals Results from Redlands High on Thursday.
I have listed all of the times and marks I know qualify for CIF. Winners automatically qualify, 2nd and 3rd if they meet standard and at-large if they meet another standard.
I don’t know what division each school is in, so I’m going with the Division 1 standard to determine who qualifies for the CIF-SS Prelims among 2nd and 3rd place finishers.

The “U.S. Top 100 Elite Performances” according to dyestatcal.com, are:
Redlands’ Margaux Jones in the 100 meters (11.82 seconds) and in the long jump (19-7, in the prelims, although her 19-2 in the finals also was “elite”). REV’s Connor Vigil ran a 1:53.83 time in the 800 meters, although that was in the Prelims and he ran slower in the finals. Likewise for Redlands’ Walter Jones, who went 24-5 1/2 in the long jump prelims, which was elite. His finals mark was not considered “elite.”

All of the below should be CIF qualifiers:
Event 1 GIRLS 4×100 Meter Relay

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Maldonado, Hunter-Simms, Cajon girls set records at SAL track finals

There were some great performances on Thursday at the San Andreas League track finals at San Gorgonio.
Pacific’s Quincy Ross (100 and 200), San Gorgonio’s Ryan Rittenhouse (1600 and 3200) and San Gorgonio’s Ryan Hunter-Simms (shot and discus) each won multiple individual events on the boys side. My apologies to Quincy Ross, who was not mentioned in my story that is in Friday’s paper. I think it was at least initially announced that Ross did not win one of those two races, but once I looked at the results (too late) I realized he’s listed as winning both.
On the girls side, Cajon’s Haley Sanner (100 hurdles and 300 hurdles) and Ayana Gales (long jump and triple jump) as well as Pacific’s Gabriela Maldonado (800, 1600, and 3200) took home multiple events.
Hunter-Simms set a new
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Local state track qualifiers

BOYS
100: Davonte Stewart (Miller) 10.80;
400: Joshua Narcisse (Silverado) 48.20;
800: Ezekiel Glass (Silverado) 1:52.99;
1,600: Luis Gutierrez (Rancho Cucamonga) 4:11.23;
3,200: Paul Ross (Claremont) 9:04.18;
110 HH: Devon Blackmon (Summit) 14.27;
4×100 relay: Colony 41.65;
4×400 relay: Silverado 3:17.62;
HJ: Miles Poullard (Colony) 6-11;
LJ: Marquise Cherry (Diamond Ranch) 23-3.25;
TJ: Kylvens Delaunay (Claremont) 48-10, Jaelen Spencer (Sultana) 47-4.5, Donte Deayon (Summit) 46-6;
SP: Ryan Hunter-Simms (San Gorgonio) 192-5.

GIRLS
100: Brea Buchanan (Ayala) 11.95;
200: Kelly Rhines (Los Osos) 24.16;
400: Vanessa Jones (Etiwanda) 53.83;
100 H: Jordie Munford (Rancho Cucamonga) 13.83, Buchanan (Ayala) 13.94, Shanice Stewart (Carter) 14.36;
300H: Munford (Rancho Cucamonga) 41.91;
4×100 relay: Los Osos 47.09;
HJ: Rachel McCoy (Miller) 5-7;
LJ: Ashlie Curenton (Silverado) 18-4.5.

County Masters track qualifiers

Here are the athletes that made it through to the Masters meet, which will be held Friday starting at 4:30 p.m. at Cerritos College in Norwalk.

BOYS
100: Davonte Stewart, Miller – 10.51; Aaron Price-Johnson, Los Osos – 10.68.
200: Stewart, Miller – 20.89
800: Ezekiel Glass, Silverado – 1:51.90
1,600: Luis Gutierrez, Rancho Cucamonga – 4:11.34
110 hurdles: Devon Blackmon, Summit – 13.88; Donte Deayon, Summit – 14.55
400 relay: Colony 41.67
Long jump: Andre Moore-Sharp, Redlands East Valley – 21-11.25
Triple jump: Jaelen Spencer, Sultana – 50-2.25; Oreluwa Adegoke, Los Osos – 45-8; Deayon, Summit – 45-6; Moore-Sharp, REV – 45-2.25
High jump: Miles Poullard, Colony – 6-8; Adegoke, Los Osos – 6-4
Discus: Ryan Simms-Hunter, San Gorgonio – 180-5; Joel Vizcarra, Don Lugo – 168-3.

GIRLS
100: Brea Buchanan, Ayala – 11.74
200: Kelly Rhines, Los Osos – 24.37
400: Vanessa Jones, Etiwanda – 54.98
100 hurdles: Buchanan, Ayala – 13.90; Jordie Munford, Rancho Cucamonga – 14.06; Shanice Stewart, Carter – 14.25
300 hurdles: Munford, Rancho Cucamonga – 42.12; Ifeoma Onumonu, Los Osos – 42.17; Haley Sanner, Cajon – 43.14
400 relay: Los Osos 46.74; Cajon 47.58
1,600 relay: Los Osos 3:51.89
Long jump: Kira Moreland, Los Osos – 20-0.5; Ashlie Curenton, Silverado – 19-10.75, Stewart, Carter – 18-3.25
High jump: Rachel McCoy, Miller – 5-6; Kateline Borchmann, Granite Hills – 5-6
Discus: Ashley Alma, Ontario – 129-11

CIF-SS Division 1 track qualifiers

Local qualifiers from today’s D1 prelims at Trabuco Hills HS for the CIF finals, which will be held next Saturday at Cerritos College.

BOYS
100: Davonte Stewart (Miller) 10.70, Aaron Price-Johnson (Los Osos) 10.90, DiShawn Sanders (Etiwanda) 10.92
200: Stewart (Miller) 21.07, Laijon White (Rancho Cucamonga) 21.77
400: Joshua Narcisse (Silverado) 48.09, White (Rancho Cucamonga) 48.35, Chance Peterson (REV) 48.72
800: Ezekiel Glass (Silverado) 1:52.40, Luis Gutierrez (Rancho Cucamonga) 1:54.63 1,600: Gutierrez (Rancho Cucamonga) 4:15.39, Tyler Dutchover (Yucaipa) 4:18.65 110HH: Devon Blackmon (Summit) 14.55, Jordan Morris (Yucaipa) 14.60, Daniel Dowdy (REV) 14.98, Donte Deayon (Summit) 14.85
300H: Deayon (Summit) 38.90, Eric Shufford (Miller) 39.12
4×100 relay: Redlands East Valley 42.55, Rancho Cucamonga 42.28, Silverado 42.62 4×400 relay: Rancho Cucamonga 3:21.59, 7. Silverado 3:21.59
HJ: Oreluwa Adegoke (Los Osos) 6-4, Shufford (Miller) 6-2, William Solomon (Los Osos) 6-2
LJ: Andre Moore-Sharp (REV) 21-8
TJ: Adegoke (Los Osos) 46-.75, Moore-Sharp (REV) 45-5.25, Deayon (Summit) 44-6.75
PV: Charlie Langwasser (Chino Hills) 14-3
SP: John Siliga (Redlands) 53-8.5
DT: Ryan Hunter-Simms (San Gorgonio) 170-2, Julian Ambrosine (Diamond Bar) 165-11.

GIRLS
100: Ashlie Curenton (Silverado) 12.13
200: Curenton (Silverado) 24.62, Kelly Rhines (Los Osos) 24.33, Vanessa Jones (Etiwanda) 24.89
400: Jones (Etiwanda) 55.76
100H: Jordie Munford (Rancho Cucamonga) 14.63, Ifeoma Onumonu (Los Osos) 14.76 300H: Onumonu (Los Osos) 43.51, Munford (Rancho Cucamonga) 43.66, Paige Bushnell (Upland) 45.15
4×100 relay: Los Osos 47.40
4×400 relay: Summit 3:54.94, Los Osos 3:55.97
HJ: Rachel McCoy (Miller) 5-3, Katherine Mende (REV) 5-1
LJ: Kira Moreland (Los Osos) 19-.5, Curenton (Silverado) 17-10
SP: Erin Randolph (Yucaipa) 39-9, Destiny Parker (Summit) 38-8.25, Dameisha Wilson (San Gorgonio) 37-8.5
DT: Ashley Alama (Ontario) 129-4, Commodius Savini (Fontana) 122-3.

Musgrove still critical

I received a call from Lynda Musgrove, the mother of 16-year-old San Bernardino High School junior track athlete Jermaine Musgrove, earlier today updating Jermaine’s status. Musgrove is still in critical condition at Arrowhead Medical Center at Colton after collapsing during his leg of the 4×400 relay at last Wednesday’s San Andreas League meet at Colton High School.

“He’s doing OK,” Lynda Musgrove said. “He’s opening his eyes and moving his hands a bit. He’s certainly not a vegetable right now. When you tell him to open his eyes, he opens them.”

Lynda said that she isn’t quite sure how far along Jermaine’s awareness is, though stated that Jermaine’s eyes followed his grandfather as his grandfather walked around his room. Jermaine’s overall status and prognosis is still unclear though.

“He’s showing signs, but not enough right now,” Lynda said.

Lynda also made it a point to thank the communities of San Bernardino and the surrounding areas for their support of Jermaine. Besides visitors and get-well cards and posters, several area religious leaders have called for prayers for Jermaine according to Lynda.

Lynda also lauded a note written by Angelina Shelton on the Press-Enterprise’s website. Here is the entry, which is published with Shelton’s consent.

“I witnessed this child go down and my heart sank and left the track meet in tears. He was the same size, frame, and build as my son so it was very profound and emotional for me to see him lying there that way. The only difference was that he was wearing a SB uniform and not a Cajon uniform. While the ambulance was on site on the west side of the track, it took them about 5-6 minutes to get to the other side of the track. During this time the other coaches were giving him CPR. Upon arrival by the ambulance to him, it looked like they appeared to be using a defibrilator machine. As I saw the paramedics doing chest compressions on him (mind you for at least 20 minutes) I just prayed the blood of Jesus over him. The personnel were feverishly working on him and I just really thought about how his parents might not have known that at that moment that they’re baby was down. As a mother, I was hurting for his mother, still am. I prayed to God that she would not have to bury her child while celebrating Mother’s Day. I stopped one of his teammates before getting on the bus and told him to pray for his friend and he replied, “Yeah Jermaine’s a cool dude, we got class together, he’ll be straight.” The drive home was very somber and emotional for me as I just kept praying out loud to myself for his parents, for him, for siblings if he had any. Just to let this boy live. I asked God if he’s an angel that you need right now, then have mercy on his soul and give his parents the courage they’ll need thru their grief. I then asked God if he’s not an angel that you need right now, then give Jermaine the strength to pull thru and go home to his parents. I apologize for writing so much, but I woke up just heartbroken thinking about this child. I just hope that if his parents or family or friends read this that they take comfort in knowing that from one mother to the next your son is in my prayers and I will continue to plead the blood of Jesus over him until he is better. God bless.”