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Trojans run their way to championships

The CVHS track team won the league championships in the boys and girls division on Saturday, May 16. The boys got 134 points and the girls got 154.5 points, both groups putting Bishop O’Dowd in second.

Cameron Edwards came in first in the 200 at 22.04 seconds, and second in the 100 and long jump. Aaron Jones placed first in the 400 at 50.37 and second, behind Edwards in the 200. Finally, Carter Mackey came in first in the 800 at 2:00.73 minutes, and placed second in the 1,600.

The boys team also came in first in the 400 relay at 42.75 and first in the 1,600 relay at 3:25.93.

The girls performed as well as the boys, winning the league as well. Maiya Hutchinson placed first in the 800 at 2:23.58.

Allanah Lee came in first for the 300 hurdles at 47 seconds. Lastly, Kennedy Jones placed first in the long jump and the triple jump.

The girls also placed first in the 400 relay at 48.44 and second in the 1,600 relay, behind San Leandro.

The boys and girls both placed well in the NCS Bayshore Championships on May 23.

Edwards did well in the 100 and 200 again, placing first at 11.24 and 22.06. Randall LeBlanc came in first in pole vaulting at 13-0. Mackey also placed second in the 1600 at 4:25.50.

The boys came in second in the 400 and 1600 relays behind Saint Mary’s and James Logan. The boys team came in third with 69 points in the championship.

The girls team finished fourth with 70 points, letting Bishop O’Dowd take third.

Tenia Landrum placed first in the 100 at 12.33 and also first in the long jump. Lee came second in the 300 hurdles at 46.23 and Jones, once again, placed first in the triple jump.