Track and Field: Stuart Hall wins boys title, Lick takes girls at BAC championships

Here are the results from the Bay Area Conference’s track and field championships that took place on Saturday at Chabot College in Hayward.

Boys team totals
1. Stuart Hall – 111.5 points
2. Lick-Wilmerding – 104.5
3. California School for the Deaf – 64.5
4. Redwood Christian – 57.5
5. Urban – 46.5
6. Marin Academy – 37
7. University – 29
7. Athenian – 29
9. College Prep – 27
10. Chinese Christian – 25

Girls team totals
1. Lick-Wilmerding – 125
2. University – 98
3. College Prep – 70
4. Redwood Christian – 57
5. Head-Royce – 49
6. Urban – 46
7. International – 35
8. Marin Academy – 34
9. Chinese Christian – 23
10. California School for the Deaf – 19

Boys 100 meters
1. Derrick Der, senior, Chinese Christian – 11.27 seconds
1. Gevon Taylor, junior, Lick-Wilmerding – 11.27
3. Bosco Bapuopeleh, freshman, Stuart Hall – 11.28

Girls 100 meters
1. Margaret Nwabueze, junior, International – 13.05
2. Bianca Rescalvo, junior, College Prep – 13.07
3. Teresa Whitfield, freshman, Redwood Christian – 13.36

Boys 200 meters
1. Bosco Bapuopeleh, freshman, Stuart Hall – 22.78
2. Derrick Der, senior, Chinese Christian – 23.32
3. Gevon Taylor, junior, Lick-Wilmerding – 23.38

Girls 200 meters
1. Kai Wilson, senior, College Prep – 26.72
2. Aida Julien, sophomore, Head-Royce – 26.74
3. Margaret Nwabueze, junior, International – 26.88

Boys 400 meters
1. Cole Larsen, senior, Urban – 51.26
2. Nick Wactor, junior, Head-Royce – 51.62
3. Joe Hildula, senior, Stuart Hall – 51.78

Girls 400 meters
1. Molly Carleton, freshman, Urban – 59.21
2. Yasmine Eichbaum, junior, Marin Academy – 1:00.80
3. Chase Hommeyer, sophomore, Lick-Wilmerding – 1:02.35

Boys 800 meters
1. Michael Kreher, senior, Lick-Wilmerding – 1:59.00
2. Cole Larsen, senior, Urban – 1:59.53
3. James Kinney, sophomore, Marin Academy – 2:01.36

Girls 800 meters
1. Halle Heiden, senior, Urban – 2:16.61
2. Aida Julien, sophomore, Head-Royce – 2:18.69
3. Molly Carleton, freshman, Urban – 2:20.66

Boys 1600 meters
1. Connor Clark, junior, University – 4:22.05
2. Michael Kreher, senior, Lick-Wilmerding – 4:30.81

3. James Kinney, sophomore, Marin Academy – 4:32.56

Girls 1600 meters
1. Bridget Blum, senior, University – 4:57.55
2. Jennie Callan, junior, University – 5:16.70
3. Lucia Calthorpe, senior, Lick-Wilmerding – 5:25.62

Boys 3200 meters
1. Connor Clark, junior, University
2. Gabriel Elliot, sophomore, Athenian
3. Tanner Shaw, sophomore, Athenian

Girls 3200 meters
1. Bridget Blum, senior, University – 10:56.10
2. Jennie Callan, junior, University – 11:29.48
3. Gaby Maudiere, freshman, International – 11:48.00

Boys 110 meter hurdles
1. Berk Norman, senior, Marin Academy – 16.01
2. Jordan Kray, senior, California School for the Deaf – 16.35
3. Dryden Bouamalay, senior, College Prep – 16.46

Girls 100 meter hurdles
1. Amelia King, senior, University – 15.98
2. Kayla Schelling, senior, Redwood Christian – 17.91
3. Heather Bourne, junior, Lick-Wilmerding – 18.11

Boys 300 meter hurdles
1. Will Hackel, freshman, Stuart Hall – 42.72
2. Tayeb Zaidi, junior, Lick-Wilmerding – 42.93
3. Matt McCrum, junior, Stuart Hall – 43.07

Girls 300 meter hurdles
1. Jade Hardy, freshman, Head-Royce – 49.34
2. Heather Bourne, junior, Lick-Wilmerding – 50.79
3. Hannah Rosenthal, junior, Lick-Wilmerding – 50.83

Boys high jump
1. Sean Cook, senior, Redwood Christian – 6 feet, 4 inches
2. Isaiah Boone, senior, Lick-Wilmerding – 5 feet, 8 inches
3. Antoine Nathaniel, senior, California School for the Deaf – 5 feet, 6 inches

Girls high jump
1. Devron Martin, sophomore, Marin Academy – 5 feet
2. Chloe Hoeber, sophomore, University – 5 feet
3. Amelia King, senior, University – 4 feet, 10 inches

Boys long jump
1. Sean Cook, senior, Redwood Christian – 20 feet, 8 inches
2. Gevon Taylor, junior, Lick-Wilmerding – 19 feet, 10.5 inches
3. John Breslow, freshman, Redwood Christian – 19 feet, 9.5 inches

Girls long jump
1. Amelia King, senior University – 15 feet, 3.5 inches
2. Ani Miller, senior, College Prep – 15 feet, 2.5 inches
3. Kirsten Uy, sophomore, Redwood Christian – 15 feet, 2.25 inches

Boys triple jump
1. Sean Cook, senior, Redwood Christian – 44 feet
2. Drew Xandrine-Anderson, freshman, Stuart Hall – 41 feet, 9.5 inches
3. Alex Johanson, junior, Marin Academy – 41 feet, 8 inches

Girls triple jump
1. Jade Hardy, freshman, Head-Royce – 32 feet, 6.5 inches
2. Ani Miller, senior, College Prep – 32 feet, 5.5 inches
3. Julia Fraenkel, sophomore, College Prep – 32 feet, 5 inches

Boys shot put
1. Antoine Nathaniel, senior, California School for the Deaf – 47 feet, 11 inches
2. Devin Wong, junior, Fremont Christian – 43 feet, 11 inches
3. Owen Dayton, senior, Stuart Hall – 41 feet, 5.5 inches

Girls shot put
1. Kelley Omran, freshman, Lick-Wilmerding – 29 feet, 7 inches
2. Lily Bankas, freshman, Redwood Christian – 29 feet, 5.5 inches
3. Aneiya Russell, sophomore, California School for the Deaf – 28 feet, 7.5 inches

Boys discus
1. Antoine Nathaniel, senior, California School for the Deaf – 142 feet, 7 inches
2. Owen Dayton, senior, Stuart Hall – 131 feet
3. Devin Wong, junior, Fremont Christian – 123 feet, 3 inches

Girls discus
1. Katie Waters, senior, Lick-Wilmerding – 95 feet
2. Lily Bankas, freshman, Redwood Christian – 84 feet
3. Anna Cheung, senior, Chinese Christian – 83 feet, 1 inch

Boys 4×100 relay
1. Stuart Hall – 44.20
2. Lick-Wilmerding – 44.72

3. Emery – 45.70

Girls 4×100 relay
1. Urban – 51.60
2. Lick-Wilmerding – 53.26
3. University – 53.59

Boys 4×400 relay
1. Urban – 3:30.06
2. Stuart Hall – 3:34.23

3. College Prep – 3:38.99

Girls 4×400 relay
1. Urban – 4:09.30
2. Head-Royce – 4:12.52
3. Lick-Wilmerding – 4:15.46

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  1. sfpatriot says:

    Link to results of WCAL Track and Field finals held Fri May 11, 2012:
    http://wcalsports.org/docs/playoffs/2012-wcal-boys-finals-results%20track.pdf

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