Stanford, CA - The Valley Christian Track & Field team competed in the Stanford Invitational Friday & Saturday, ending the two-day meet with two new CCS #1 marks and numerous top performances.
Matt Weeks inches closer to the school record in the boys triple jump (Paul Sapuder, 45-6) with a personal best 44-8. His mark is currently ranked #1 in CCS and was good for second place. Weeks is currently #4 all-time in school history in the event.
Another CCS #1 mark came from the boys 4 x 100 relay team of D'Angelo McKenzie, Charlie Bostic, Javon Sturns and Nick Trofort after scorching a 42.67 in the preliminaries that would stand as the fastest time of the day.
It was a busy day for the sprint crew as Charlie Bostic and D'Angelo McKenzie also were competing in individual events. Following the 4x100 relay, Bostic followed it up with a personal best 11.00 in the 100 meters, a mark that passes Cameron Marshall and Julian Tuyor on the team's all-time list. Bostic currently is #8 all-time in school history. McKenzie, competing in the 110 hurdles finished his prelimanry heat with a time of 15.15. Both Bostic & McKenzie qualified for the the final.
The field events were represnted well on the day as well. Anna Maumalanga finished second in the girls discus with a mark of 121-0. Max Moore finished 12 in the discus, Dylan McCreery 14th in the shot put.
Friday competition saw the distance teams compete in the distance teams compete in the Distance Medley Relay. Each member of the relay runs different distances (1200-400-800-1600). The boys finished in 11:21.22 to finish 15th in their heat. The girls ran a time of 13:54.12 for 15th.