Davis' Jack Scranton, who won the mile in 4 minutes, 17.04 seconds, also ran the second fastest time in the United States in finishing second to Piner of Santa Rosa's Luis Luna in the boys 3,000-meter race at Saturday's Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto.
Scranton, a junior, finished in 8 minutes, 41.07 seconds. Luna, running in a separate flight, won with nation-leading 8:38.72.
In other area Stanford meet highlights:
The Cosumnes Oaks girls won the 4,100 relay in 48.16, defeating second place Monterey Trail (48.23).
River Valley's Mackenzie Arnold won the girls long jump in 18 feet, 3.75 inches and Monterey Trail's Phoenisha Schuhmeier was second in 17-09.50.
Monterey Trail's Esther Higgwe won the girls 100 in 12.19.
Del Oro's Brie Simmons finished second in the girls 400 hurdles in 63.99 and third in the 100 hurdles in 14.66.
Del Oro's Casey Wheeler was second in the 110 high hurdles (14.90) and fourth in the 400 hurdles (56.04).
Jesuit's Austin Mitsch was second in the boys 100 dash in 10.84.
Folsom's Douglas Vernon-Scott placed second in the boys triple jump at 45-10.
Rocklin's Leah Carter was second in the girls high jump at 5-5.
Nevada Union's Cheyenne Toney was second in the girls discus at 122-01.
Oakmont's Karlie Garcia ran the seventh fastest girls 3,000-meter race nationally this season in placing fifth in 10:12.42.