INDIVIDUAL RESULTS: 100-Webb, N, 13.48. 200-1.Webb, N, 28.12. 400-Pirotte,N, 1:03.75. 800-Miller, AG, 2:32.31. 1,600-Kingma, SLO, 5:14.84. 3,200-Simpson, T, 12:18.88. 100 HH-Alarcio, AG, 15.78. 300 LH-Alarcio, AG, 48.85. 400 RELAY-Arroyo Grande, 52.49. 1,600 RELAY-Arroyo Grande, 4:27.87. HJ-Cunningham, 5-5. PV-Pacas, A, 12-0; Conlen, A, 10-6; McGill, T, 10-6. LJ-Alarcio, AG, 15-9¾. TJ-Alarcio, AG, 33-10½. SP-Howard, AG, 48-5½; Arnold, 41-5; Weinreich, AG, 39-11; Sola, 37-0¼. DT-Howard, AG, 139-6; Sola, AG, 138-11; Arnold, AG, 128-4; Mihlhauser, AG, 123-6; Weinreich, AG, 117-8; Bader, N, 112-5.
At Rio Mesa High
TEAM SCORES--1. Paso Robles, 79; 2. Camarillo, 51; 3. Moorpark, 42; 4. Lompoc, 31; 5. Arcadia, 30.
TEAM SCORES--1. Rio Mesa, 81; 2. Lompoc, 54; 3. Arcadia, 30; 4. Palmdale, 26; 5. Camarillo, 26.
Long Beach Wilson, which ran against some of the best teams in the nation at the Texas Relays in Austin, put on a dominating performance, winning the 400 relay in 44.93, the 800 relay in 1:35.22 and the 1,600 relay in 3:40.91. The Bruins' time in the 400 relay makes them the fourth fastest team in history with the sixth fastest time and their 800 relay time is the third fastest ever run. Senior Carol Rodriguez, junior Tiana Hood, and freshman Ebony Collins were on both relays with sophomore DeAna Carson on the 400 relay and Danielle Eichelberger on the 800 relay. On Friday wilson won the 3,200 relay.
TOP MARKS: 100 (wind +2.1 mps)--Tyson, Huntsville (Texas), 11.59w; Lacy, Dallas Skyline, 11.67. 100 HH (+1.9)--Sherman, Houston Eisenhower, 13.63. 400 RELAY--Long Beach Wilson, 44.93; 2. Dallas, Skyline, 45.41; 3. Austin Regan, 45.81. 800 RELAY--Long Beach Wilson, 1:35.22; Dallas Skyline, 1:36.13. 1,600 RELAY--Long Beach Wilson, 3:40.91; Dallas Skyline, 3:43.29. MILE--E. Bedell, Plano West (Texas), 4:56.21. DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY--Southlake (Texas) Carroll, 11:51.32. DT--D. Carter, Red Oak (Texas), 156-0.
TRABUCO HILLS INVITATIONAL
There's another elite sprinter on the Southland track and field scene.
That was abundantly clear in the 13th Mission Viejo Trabuco Hills Invitational on Saturday when senior Jasmine Baldwin of La Puente Bishop Amat upset Shalonda Solomon of Long Beach Poly to win the girls' 100 meters in 11.60 seconds.
Solomon was the No. 2-ranked girls' 100 and 200 sprinter in the nation last year behind Allyson Felix of North Hills Los Angeles Baptist, but Baldwin edged her in a photo finish as both of them were credited with the fastest time in the state this year.
Solomon, who has signed a letter of intent with South Carolina, later scored a decisive victory over Baldwin in the 200 by running a meet-record 23.70 to Baldwin's 24.69. But the sight of Baldwin running stride for stride with Solomon in the 100 brought the crowd to its feet more than any other race in the meet.
"I didn't expect to beat her," said Baldwin, who ran 11.85 in the 100 for the Southern California Cheetahs club team last summer but did not compete at the high school level the previous two years while living in a group home. "I just had to go out there and do my best and that's about it."
The Long Beach Poly girls' 400 relay team--anchored by Solomon--ran 45.66 in the 400 relay.