The Redlands High track and field teams lost to Cajon last week. The boys fell 71-46 and the girls lost 64-63. For the Redlands girls, Kathryn Thompson continued her success in the jumps, taking the long jump at 17-1, with teammate Bianca Garibay in second at 15-9¼. Thompson led a 1-2 Terriers finish in the triple jump with a mark of 36-5¼ followed by Garibay at 34-9, giving Redlands a 16-2 points advantage in those two events. Amira Marshall led a 1-2 Redlands finish in the 400, timed in 1:04.41 to teammate Alexandra Martinez at 1:04.91. Su Riah Williams, beaten by 15 inches in the shot put, took the discus throw at 70-10, well below her best mark of the season but did not have to face Cajon’s shot put leader Satterwhite in the event. For the Redlands boys, sprinter-jumper Julien Scarborough had a positive day, winning the 100 meters in 10.98 with teammate Lamar Ashley third in 11.07. Scarborough was second in the 200 at 22.51 and second in the long jump at 22-1 ½. He also ran a leg on the 400 relay that finished second in 43.56. Miguel Paz finished second in the 1600 meters in 4:38.27 and led a 1-2 finish in the 3200 in 10:32.78. Nathan Warren won the 400 in 52.25, a couple ticks in front of Cajon’s Spencer Nelson at 52.29 and finished second in the triple jump at 41-6. Luke Butler-Hoagland won the discus at 100 feet.

The Redlands boys finished the season at 2-3. The Beaumont High track and field teams defeated Citrus Valley. The Cougar boys downed the Blackhawks 89-38 and the girls won 70-57. For the Beaumont girls, Hannah Butterfield continued her fine distance running season with a victory in the 800 meters in 2:22.26 and ran a leg on the winning 400 relay that finished in 4:18.37. Naveah Vargas won both weight events, taking the shot put at 27-5 and the discus at 82-9. Kayla Nguyen-Muy won the high jump at 4-8.

Beaumont swept the 300 hurdles, the 3200 meter run and outscored CVHS 8-1 in the shot put for 26 points as the Cougars finished the CBL season at 4-1. For the Citrus Valley girls, Gabriella Romero and Itzel Del Rio finished 1-2 in the 1600 meters. Romero was timed in 5:34.24 and Del Rio in 5:38.01. Lindsay Chau anchored the CVHS 400 relay to a win in 51.54, just ahead of Beaumont’s foursome in 51.82. Chau then came back to win the 200 meters in 25.88. Ava Lopez of CVHS won the 400 meters in 1:01.67, a shade ahead of Beaumont’s Adriana Hewitt (1:01.76). Natalie Thoe of CVHS won the long jump at 15-2 ½. CVHS finished the CBL season at 3-2.

For the Beaumont boys, Marcus Shin won the 1600 meters in 4:37.05. Anthony Ruiz took the 400 meters in 53.21 just ahead of teammate Mateo Brey (53.37). Elijah Koskey won both short sprints – the 100 meters in 11.70, nipping CV’s Chase Williams at the finish line (11.71) – and leading a sweep of the 200 meters in 23.40 seconds. Lawrence Eastland won the 800 meters in 2:01.93, edging CV’s Joseph Gaitan (2:05.50) and Juan Montes (2:06.82). Caden Stines led a Beaumont sweep of the high jump at 6 feet. Edgar Hasibuan won the shot put at 41-6.

For the Citrus Valley boys, one of the more exciting distance races of the season came in the 3,200 meters in which Chris Ontiveros Jr. of CVHS won the race in 10:09.62, ahead of teammate Jake Caliva (10:12.33) and Beaumont’s top distance runner Shin (10:13.00). Steve Brannon of Citrus Valley took the discus throw at 109-6. Teammate Jordan Harris won the long jump at 19-1½.

The Yucaipa High girls’ track and field team defeated Redlands East Valley 102-25 while the REV boys topped Yucaipa 76-51. For the Yucaipa girls, a team effort led the Thunderbirds to victory and a perfect 5-0 Citrus Belt League record. Audrey Blankenship won both weight events, throwing the discus 117-7 to lead a sweep in that event, then came back to lead a sweep of the shot put with a heave of 32-1. Freshman sprinter Mikensi Smith captured the 100 meters in 12.75 seconds and narrowly defeated Audrey Powers of REV to take the long jump at 15-11¼ to Powers’ 15-6¼.

Elizabeth Betten led a T-Birds’ sweep of the 300 hurdles in 48.15 seconds while Elizabeth Eichinger led another T-Birds’ sweep in the 100 hurdles in 17.3 seconds. Betten and Smith ran legs on Yucaipa’s victorious 400 relay, timed in 51.19 seconds. For the REV girls, the Wildcats finished the Citrus Belt League dual meet season with a 2-3 record but did have some success against Yucaipa. Astrid Teran won the high jump at 4-8. Three jumpers tied at that height but Teran was given the victory based on fewer misses.

For the REV boys, Emmanuel Wallace doubled in the 1,600 meters and 3,200 meters, winning the shorter distance in 4:30.38 with teammate Jacob Ladd second in 4:39.18. Wallace came back late in the meet to take the 3200 meters in 10:02.42, ahead of teammate Frank Rodriguez, timed in 10:17.20.

REV outscored Yucaipa 16-2 in those two events. Jeremiah Bolanos took the long jump at 19-10½, edging Yucaipa’s Malachi Thompson (19-2 ½). Felix Espericueta took both the 100 meters and 200 meters, timed in 11.27 seconds and 22.15 seconds.

REV outscored Yucaipa 17-1 in the short sprints. Corey Ford took the 800 meters in 1:59.13 with teammate Sean Walker second in 2:04.72. REV won both the 400 relay (44.59) and the 1,600 relay (3:31.00). REV closed out the dual meet season with a 3-2 record.

For the Yucaipa boys, Wyatt Blackmon took the shot put at 39-2 while teammate Ben Ligenfelter took the discus throw with a season-best toss of 127-7½ inches. Gustavo Mariscal (52.32) edged REV’s Eric Moreno (52.34) in the 400 meters.

Yucaipa finished the CBL dual meet season at 2-3.

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