San Domenico riders top Stagg with record runs
The San Domenico runners placed 1-2 in the men’s 800 and 1,600 meter races at the Stagg Invitational track meet at Delta College on Saturday. Junior Joaquin Foster clocked a personal best 4 minutes, 33.84 seconds to win the 1,600, with second Panthers student Devin Price second in 4:38.41.
Foster won the 800 in 2:04.66, followed by teammate George Kunze with a personal best 2:06.41. Price won the 3200 (10:11.95), with Kunze fifth (10:31.23).
Terra Linda eldest Owen Daniels was 19th in the men’s 400 meters (56.75 seconds), with teammate John King finishing 25th (59.40). Griffith Ballard of The Trojans placed second in the pole vault at 12-foot-6 and set a personal best 11th in the long jump (18’5.5”).
Terra Linda senior Athena Jones (1:14.30) and junior Maya Friedman (1:14.53) both set personal bests in the 400m, finishing 17th and 18th respectively. Friedman also finished 21st in the 200m (32.60). San Domenico’s sophomore Rosie Srnova was 23rd in the women’s 200 meters (33.79) and her teammate Jean Zhai was 29th in the 100 meters (17.26).
Claire McCarthy of the Trojans placed eighth in the pole vault (6’6”).
Ellie McCuskey-Hay, San Rafael resident, Saint Ignatius freshman and Marin WavesTrack Club member, jumped a personal best 18-foot-8.75 to place second in the high school girls’ long jump at Stanford Track & Field Invitational Friday night. baseball prep
A great first set propelled the Branson School ahead of the university, 4-1, on Saturday. The Bulls scored three runs at home in the top of the first inning, then added an extra run in the third inning. Meanwhile, Branson (10-5, 4-4) allowed just three hits.
Liam Parrot hit two triples, drove in a run and scored twice for the Bulls. Noam AuYeung and Luke Shane each had two hits.
Sophia Everett hit an inside-the-park home run and Thomara Drummer put in another dominant performance at home plate and in the circle to lead San Rafael to a 7-1 win over Head-Royce on Friday.
The batsman went 4 for 4 with three RBIs and a run scored. Everett added a pair of hits, two walks, an RBI and three runs scored.
Megan Murphy started the game for the Bulldogs (10-2), pitching four innings while allowing three hits and striking out six. The batter has worked the last three innings, allowing one hit against five strikeouts.
The Bulldogs opened the game with a five-run fourth inning. The drummer chose with the bases loaded, scoring Giselle Grul and Everett. Cassidy Kaplan had three hits for San Rafael.
An understaffed Novato team lost to Granite Bay 19-3 on Saturday. The Hornets (3-5) are scheduled to face Tam on Tuesday.
Four teams are still in the hunt with Tam undefeated for the MCAL regular season title. Tam (5-0) has three more games to play, with Novato, Branson and San Marino still on the schedule. Marin Catholic, Redwood and Branson are each 3-1 with four games remaining. San Marino (3-2) is also still in title contention with three games remaining. boys lacrosse
Marin Academy strengthened its playoff position with a 12-4 win over Granite Bay on Saturday. The Wildcats (10-1) are seeded third in the North Shore section as they prepare for Tuesday’s game with top-seeded De La Salle
Tam’s Witt Bulger and Emmet McEvilley picked up solid singles wins as the Red-Tailed Hawks took a 6-1 win over Novato. Bulger won, 6-0, 6-1, over Loic Foisy of the Hornets in singles No. 1. McEvilley edged Matthew Moyer of Novato, 6-3, 6-3, for second overall in singles. Tam swept the doubles game and took fourth place in singles by default.
Indie Stanic gave Novato his only No. 3 singles win, 6-3, 6-0, over Tam’s Charlie Dunn.
Marin Academy continued their unbeaten streak with wins this week over University High School and Lick Wilmerding.
Katherine Wu led all scorers over the two days with four individual wins (200 IM, 50 free, 100 free, 500 free) followed by Ali Kosmowski (200 free, 100 chest). Other winners of the event include Lauren Reagan (100 butterfly), Sophia Cestar (100 backstroke), Georgia Starrett (100 chest), Audrey Chiang (200 IM), Gabby Reichley (100 free) and Olivia Koeppel (100 backstroke). ). The Marin Academy girls defeated University and Lick-Wilmerding by scores of 126-39 and 135-28, respectively.
On the boys side, Marin Academy beat University, 108-55, then beat Lick, 118-53. Winners of multiple events included Jeremy Tachiki (200 free, 100 chest), Ewan Smith (200 IM, 100 free), Tristan Lu (50 free, 100 free), and Karsten Hakes (100 fly, 100 backstroke). Michael Yoder picked up a victory in the 500 freestyle.
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