Posted on 05/14/2016
Congratulations, Blue Devils. For the first time in our program's history, both the boys and girls finished as section champs! What a proud day!
Anthony DiCarlo: 6'0 in high jump, good enough for 5th.
Girls long jump:Joseena John, Alyssa Lengtat, and Odessa Seng all qualified for masters. Joseena and Alyssa finished 5th and 6th respectively.
Emily Meyer was the winner in the girls pole vault, clearing 10'11". Her teammate Isabella Chiaravalotti finished 3rd at 10'2". Kate Miller also qualified for masters, finishing 10th.
The girls 4x1 - Joseena, Odessa, Abby, Alex, and Tessa - move on to masters.
The boys 1600m: The Blue Devils placed three in the top 8. Michael Vernau ran a very impressive 4:13.67 to finish 2nd; Kellen Browning finished 4th in 4:18.03; Nick Borowsky finished 6th in 4:19.59. Ben Roberts also qualified for masters, running 4:24.83.
The girls 1600m: Fiona Okeeffe(4:46.82), Olivia Okeeffe(4:56.06), and Sofia Castiglioni(5:00.10) finished 1st through 3rd. Abbey Fisk finished 7th in 5:06.67.
Mason Chupka finished 6th in the 110h, running 15.43. Mason also went on to qualify for masters in the 300h, taking 3rd in the consolation final.
In the consolation final of the girls 100h, Mimi Miyamoto took 2nd with a 15.50. She's moving on to masters.
The boys 800m: Willie Hall finished 2nd with a 1:54.12.
The girls 800m: Olivia Okeefe finished 2nd in the girls 800, running 2:14.62.
The boys 3200m: Michael Vernau (9:22.15) was the event winner; Nick Borowsky (9:28.75) finished 3rd.
The girls 3200m: Fiona Okeeffe won in 10:19.06; Sofia Castiglioni finished 3rd in10:46.36; Abbey Fisk finished 7th in 11:11.24.
The boys 4x4 - Ethan Hessl, Jupa Zarate, Jeremy Falk, and Willie Hall - finished 6th in 3:24.73.
The girls 4x4 - Odessa Seng, Alana Curtis, Tessa Malone, and Bailey Mknelly - finished 7th in 4:06.37.
Wednesday's field event finals
In the girls high jump, Bailey and Amelia both cleared 5'2", taking 4th and 5th respectively, scoring points and moving on to masters; Hannah Lybbert also qualified for masters, clearing 5'. In the boys triple jump, Luis Zarate jumped 41'5", to finish 12 and qualify for masters. In the boys pole vault, Ben Easton cleared 14'2" to finish 6th, scoring points and moving on; his teammate Josh Inouye finished 8th, also scoring and moving on. For the second meet in a row, Alyssa Lengtat (38'.5") and Tessa Malone (37'11.5") went one, two in the girls triple jump, tallying 18 points. In the boys discus, Tazio Rosenberg pr'd at 142' to finish in 8th, scoring a point and moving on to masters. In the running events, DHS qualified numerous athletes and relays into the finals - More than what the entry marks would have predicted. Friday will be awesome!