Elk Grove junior Nick Martinez and Kennedy senior Breonntae Snelling were double winners at tonight's Sac-Joaquin Section Masters track and field championships at Hughes Stadium.
Martinez won the boys 110 high hurdles in 14.39 and had a section-best 37.92 in winning the 300 hurdles. Snelling won the boys 100 in 10.66 and took the 200 with a 21.57, both section bests.
In other highlights:
Fairfield junior Deja Pugh blazed to a 13.90 in the girls 100 hurdles, shattering the section record of 14.09. She also won the 300 hurdles.
Duke scholarship signee Ian Rock of Davis, ranked seventh in the state, won the boys pole vault at 15 feet, 6 inches. Rock also won the long jump on Thursday with a personal best 23-7.75.
Vista del Lago senior Emily Cooper, headed to Long Beach State, won the girls 100 in 12.21 and took second in the 200 at 24.59.
Davis athletes Trevor Halsted, a senior, and freshman Sophie Meads won the boys and girls 3,200, respectively. Halsted finished in 9:14.45 and Meads in 10:56.74.
Jesuit's Stephen Boals qualified for the state in his second event, winning the shot put with a toss of 59-6. He placed third in the discus on Thursday.
Sophomores Madeleine Ankhelyi of Vista del Lago and Nia Dorner of Rosemont won events. Ankhelyi placed first in the 1,600 with a section best 5:01.43; Dorner won the 200 in 24.59 and qualified in the 400 with a third-place finish.
Defending boys 200 section champion Shaq Thompson of Grant placed a state-qualifying third at 21.77.
Placer County was well represented in the boys and girls 4x400 relays. The Del Oro boys won in 3:19.70; the Oakmont girls in 3:59.26.
Foothill junior Law'rell Dobbins won the girls high jump at 5-6.
Del Campo's Jordan Rushing won the boys 1600 in 4:17.87.
Monterey Trail's Delvonte Johnson placed first in the boys 400 at 48.84.
Results are provided by Red Cap Timing
- Bill Paterson