Fourteen Torrey Pines athletes advance to CIF Track & Field Finals

At the CIF Preliminary Track & Field Championships, 24 Torrey Pines athletes competed in 14 events on May 24.  Despite the interruption of their training with the recent wildfires, several set new personal records (PRs) and 14 advanced in 11 events to the upcoming CIF Division 1 Finals by placing among the top 9 finishers:

Girls 4x100m relay – Kaitlin Iwanowicz, Isabella Hoang, Jayla Williams, and AC Kaseberg (PR of 49.85 sec.)

Girls 4x400m relay – AC Kaseberg, Macenzi McGuire, Julia Skyhar and Taylor Seamans (PR of 4.02.67 min.)

Girls 1600m – Jackie Garner

Girls 300m hurdles – Jayla Williams (PR of 46.10 sec.)

Girls 800m – Taylor Seamans

Boys 800m – Jack Kuzminsky

Boys 1600m – Tal Braude (PR of 4.16.37 min.) and Spencer Dodds

Boys 3200m – Tal Braude

Girls Shot Put – Patty Benrey (PR of 34-05.25 ft.)

Boys Shot Put – Joey DeMarco (PR of 51-01.25 ft.)

Girls Long Jump – Kaitlin Iwanowicz and Christina Ellis

The San Diego Section CIF Championships will be held at Mt. Carmel High School this Saturday, May 31.  Field events start at 10 a.m. and running events at 12:30 p.m.  The top three finishers advance to the State CIF Championships on June 6-7 in Clovis, Calif.

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