Tessa Green of Santa Margarita showed off her speed on Saturday at the Orange County track and field championships at Mission Viejo.
She won the girls’ 100 in 11.96 seconds. The meet record is 11.93. She also won the 200 in 24.30.
In the boys’ 100, junior Kaden Reynolds of Aliso Niguel won in 10.85.
Drake Nguyen of Woodbridge set a meet record in the boys’ long jump with a mark of 23 feet, 8 ¼ inches.
Sean Rhyan of San Juan Hills won the shotput at 63-3 ½. Skyler Magula of Marina cleared 15-7 to win the pole vault. John Burns of Mission Viejo won the 300 hurdles in 38.81.
Ava Butterbaugh of Mission Viejo won the girls’ shotput with mark of 44-10.
Mater Dei took the boys’ 4 x 100 relay in 41.94 and Los Alamitos won the girls’ version in 47.42.
Maddie Lyon of Woodbridge had an outstanding mark in the girls’ triple at 40-4.
ORANGE COUNTY CHAMPS GIRLS' SPRINTS MVP! Huge day for @SMCHSTrack senior Tessa Green... runs #7 100 time in county history (11.96 in -1.0 mps - fastest ever against the wind by a county runner) to win gold! Blazes wind legal 24.30 to win gold! Anchors 2nd place (47.53) in 4x100! pic.twitter.com/bv1SoKmUMF— Rich Gonzalez (@PrepCalTrack) April 14, 2019