The Wolfpack Boys are League Champions; the Girls are Co-Champions with Vista Murrieta
The Great Oak Boys and Girls excelled Wednesday afternoon, as both teams captured first place in the Southwestern League Track & Field Championships. The Wolfpack Boys team upset Vista Murrieta, the defending 2016 boys CIF-SS Division I and CIF State Team Champion. The Wolfpack Boys scored 187 points to beat the Broncos by 9 points. Vista Murrieta ended the meet with 178 points. Chaparral was third (91, 4), Temecula Valley fourth (86, 5), Murrieta Mesa fifth (80, 6) and Murrieta Valley (76) finished sixth.
In the Girls Meet, the Wolfpack edged Vista Murrieta 168.5 to 157.5 to win. The Pumas came in third place (149), the Nighthawks (95) fourth, the Golden Bears (80, 6) fifth and the Rams (44) finished sixth.
To be the Southwestern League Champion you must win both the March League Dual Meet and the Duels Finals held yesterday. Great Oak won both of the boys duals and captured the League Championship. Vista Murrieta won the girls Dual Meet in March so they are Co-Champions with the Wolfpack Girls.
Great Oak’s Destiny Collins and Amanda Van Buren from Vista Murrieta both won two events for the fourth year in a row. Collins won the 1600 and 3200 meters while Van Buren took the 100 and 200 meters.
The Wolfpack Girls also got stellar performances from Ciynamon Stevenson in the triple jump, freshman Kolonnie Green ,who won both the 400 and 300 meter hurdles and anchored the 1,600 relay team which also took first. Alyssa Ungrady won the 800 meters and Alex Ungrady the pole vault.
The Great Oak Boys were led by senior Isaac Cortes who took the 800 and 1,600 meters and Spencer Dodds who finished right behind him. Jeremiah Ruger won the 110 and 300 meter hurdles while Seth Knowlton won the discus throw and shot put for the Wolfpack.
The Bronco Boys’ Michael Norman won the 200, 400 and anchored the 1,600 relay team that took first. Antonio Mitchell took the 100 meters, Elijah Steward won the high jump and the long jump was won by Jordan Testerman.
Chaparral’s Nich Samuals took the triple jump and Nich LaPierre won the Pole Vault event.
For Complete Meet Results: http://www.dyestatcal.com/gprofile.php?do=view_event&event_id=3206&mgroup_id=44789&year=2016