Mayfield’s elite middle-distance runner Audrey Suarez concludes his excellent high school career with two gold medals at the CIF Southern Section 4 Athletics Championships on Saturday at Carpinteria High School.
Suarez won the event in 4 minutes 45.59 seconds and set a CIF-SS record at 1,600 meters for women. The previous record was set in 2011 by J Serra’s Katherine Delaney (4: 46.82).
Suarez also took first place with 800 at 2: 12.31, the best time of the season.
She also won these events as a sophomore in 2019 and was a state cross-country champion. She will be one of the greatest long-distance runners in the region.
“I’m really happy with my time (Saturday),” said Suarez, who continues her running career at Stanford in the fall. “I hit the split that my coach gave me. My goal was to reach the division 4 record I got. The 800 was a season record, but I was planning to stay behind someone until the final lap, so that too. It went well.”
Suarez wasn’t the only one to win medals. Second grade Sade Falese won the silver medal in the women’s long jump with a 17-foot, 9.50-inch mark.
It was also a good day for the LaSalle men’s athletic team, which won several events. Oshea Foster was part of the # 1 4×400 relay team (3: 31.54), including Sean Saito, Thurman Hou and Emile Olgin, who won the 800 (1: 54.50) and blocked Brentwood (3: 33.70). .. ).
LaSalle’s women’s 4×400 relay team finished fourth (4: 11.13), and Michelle Algiers finished fourth in the women’s triple jump (36-9.25).
Junior Maranasa’s Reed Pourence won the gold medal of 400 men in his personal best time of 49.89 seconds. Pullens won the bronze medal at 200 (22.05). Teammate Finn Andrews won the silver medal in the 100 hurdles (15.34) and 300 hurdles (40.75).
Muir’s Keiia Johnston won the silver medal in the women’s long jump (37-5.50), and teammate Brylan Carter finished second with a discus throw (114-8).
Julia Endriga of St. Lucy won the bronze medal in the women’s pole vault (10-0).
At the CIF-SS Division 2 Championship at Moore Park High School, Walnut’s Ricky Trujillo was the only gold medalist in the region. He won the men’s pole vault (13-0).
Senior Garen Haynes won the silver medal in the men’s triple jump (44-0) and teammate Evan Johnson won the bronze medal in the men’s triple jump (6-2).
Glendora’s Erie Nguyen (5-4) finished fourth in the women’s high jump, and teammate Kennedy Johnson also finished fourth in the women’s triple jump (37-1).
Mayfield’s Audrey Suarez concludes her career with two titles at the CIF-SS Track Final – Pasadena Star News
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