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2017 Southern Section Masters Meet Qualifiers

Rancho Verde Keeps the Title here in Riverside County!

Rancho Verde's Isaiah Cunningham

With the Boys' Division I Title coming back home to Riverside County the past seven seasons, the Mustangs of Rancho Verde watched from the outside as Southwestern League powers, Vista Murrieta and Great Oak guaranteed that plaque's destination.  Disappointed by their 2016 placing, they left NO doubt here in 2017 in scoring over 80 points in a dominating CIF team title over runner-up Great Oak!  The men of Great Oak delivered ahead of premeet expectations, but no program dominated the scene like the Isaiah Cunningham led Rancho Verde crew.   Bookended by their dominating victories in both relays (40.41 / 3:12.17) , Cunningham was backed up by Rasaun House and Tyler Kennedy in those sprints while Cameron Samuel continues to peak well by taking 2nd place in both hurdles (14.08/36.69).  In stealing a piece of the spotlight for himself, Bryan Thompson burst out a new state leading wind legal mark of 24'3,5" in the Long Jump!   This effort launched him all the way up to 6th place ever in Riverside County history and the 2nd best jump in the 'modern' era.  Beyond Cunningham's CIF Titles in the 100 and 200, House took 2nd place in the 200 and 4th in the 100.  Running into a negative wind hindered the Division I boys as only two advanced onto the Masters Meet.  Kennedy took 6th in the 100 and 8th in the 200 to contribute an additonal five points to the cause.  In concluding the meet on that last shot of the gun, Rancho Verde's school record effort was the 4th fastest time ever in Riverside County with their 3:12.17 victory.   (Perris' 3:10.33 has stayed the course for 34 years!)

Great Oaks boys walked away with a runner-up plaque! The duo of Solomon Fountain and Carlos Carvajal earned 34 points by themselves!  Despite the 90+ degree temps that hindered ALL distance marks, Fountain (in Cortesque fashion), captured the 1600 (4:14.47) and the 800 meters (1:55.10)!  With Fountain leaving everybody to suffer over the last 250 meters, training partner Carvajal joined him to take 2nd in that 1600 (4:16.27) while he impressed with a 3rd place finish in the 3200.   While Carvajal was in the 3200, fellow junior CJ Stevenson was embarking upon his own CIF Title with a wind-aided 48'3.25" victory.  Meanwhile, Jaime Navarro and Harrison Gould both qualified for the Masters Meet in the Shot Put while finishing 2nd and 3rd, respectively and earning their squad an additional 14 points.      

Vista Murrieta's boys started the day with a 2nd place finish in the 400 relay behind Rancho Verde.  Their 41,62 effort easily qualified onto next week's SS Masters Meet.  Vista Murrieta junior Parris Samaniego challenged to the finish with his 2nd place finish (47.65) in the Div. I 400 meters.  Fellow Bronco, Javelin Guidry challenged for the title in that 100 meters, but settled for the 2nd place medal.   He finished the day by earning a 4th place medal in the 200 meters.  

Roosevelt's boys also impressed as they were headlined by their 2nd place finish in the 4x400 relay.  Their anchor, Anthony Easter had already taken 3rd in the 100 Hurdles and was pushing for the victory in the 300's until he clipped the 6th hurdle.  He recovered well and moved on, albeit a 'what could've been' 4th place finish.   Teammate Julian Robles also qualified for the Masters Meet with his 3rd place finish in the 800 meters.  Overall, they took 3rd place overall for Division I.  Their 3:15.73 runner-up effort in the 4x400 is now the #15 mark in Riverside County history.    

For the Division I Boys, Riverside County captured ten of the 16 events with a runner-up spot in three others (both hurdles and 400) .  Teamwise, the top three squads and five of the top eight hailed from Riverside County.  Valley View senior Josh Johnson stepped up, perhaps, bigger than anybody here with his 181-11 personal best to easily win the Discus while then coming back to capture the Shot Put by almost four feet and a three foot PR!   Johnson is now #15 all-time on the Riverside County list in the Discus and #17 for the Shot Put.    

Trust us - it wasn't all about the Boys.   Our shoe in for 2017 Athlete of the Year, Shae Anderson of Norco, persevered on this day.  She captured the Div. II CIF Titles in both the 400 meters and 300 Hurdles.  Don't overlook that this is one of the toughest doubles to successfully accomplish.  (after the 400, she was limited with severe asthma, but bore down to hold onto a late charge in the hurdles).   Her Big VIII counterpart, Roosevelt's Breanna Bernard Joseph defended her CIF Title in the 300 Hurdles with the fastest time of the day while anchoring her squad to a CIF Title (and fastest mark) in the 4x400 Relay.  BBJ also delivered a runner-up performance in the 100 Hurdles.  Also representing the girls from the Big VIII league, ML King sophomore Lauren Peurifoy held off a late surge to capture the CIF Title in the 3200 meters.  She emerged with the #2 time of all sections in the process.  (2 x CIF Title in the same event from the same league = odd feat).  Riverside Poly's Abigail Burke elevated up over 5'7" to capture the Div. I CIF Title in the High Jump.   Meanwhile, La Sierra's Mariah Allain outleaned for the 2nd place finish in the Div. III Girls 200 meters (12.09).  Linfield Christian's Aarika Oeleis also earned a runner-up medal in the Div. IV 100 Hurdles (15.07) all the way out of lane nine.  Under the radar, Xavier Prep's Taylee Undem caputured 2nd place in the Div. IV Triple Jump with a 35'6" (into a -3.1 wind) to go along with her 3rd place medal in the Long Jump (17'6").   Undem qualified for the Masters Meet in the Long Jump.  

One the team side of the equation - Great Oak's girls once again dominated the distances unlike what we have EVER witnessed.  Looking to defend their 2016 title, Long Beach Poly simply had too much fire power in the sprints and jumps.  All the same, the quartet of Kiyeanna Beatty, Nicole Rice, Evelyn Mandel and Sandra Pflughoft earned 36 points!    Beatty took 2nd in the 1600 while Mandel ran a great last 400 to take 2nd in the 3200.  Mandel was only one of three girls to qualify for the SS Masters Meet in two distance events.  Deja Alexis (3rd place in Triple Jump) and Kolonnie Green (5th place in 300 Hurdles) contributed more points to the additional plaque to add to their arsenal.. 

Other Girls' Medalists:
Girls 100 Hurdles = Denae Dyer (Temecula Valley) 14.77 -----  Div. I 3rd place  
4x400 Relay = Corona - 3:49.25 -----  Div. I 3rd place
Girls High Jump = Winter Carreno (Paloma Valley) 5'3" -------  Div. I 4th place
Girls High Jump = Ashley Farmer (Elsinore) 5'3" -------  Div. II 4th place
Girls Pole Vault = Alexandria Gray (Chaparral) 11'3" ------  Div. I 5th place
Girls Shot Put = Jimena Arias (Norte Vista) 37'4" ------- Div. II 5th place 
Girls Discus = Jimena Arias (Norte Vista) 123'2" -------- Div. II 5th place 
Girls 800 = Riley Penn (Centennial) 2:15.43 ------  Div. I 5th place
Girls 100 = Hailey Murdica (Palm Desert) 12.22 ----- Div. III 5th place
Girls 200 = Hailey Murdica (Palm Desert) 25.49 ----- Div. III 5th place 
Girls 100 Hurdles = Skye Lattimore (Rancho Verde) 15.63 -----  Div. I 5th place
Girls 400 Relay = Chaparral - 47.87 ----- Div. I 5th place
Girls Shot Put = Hailey Mo'unga (Vista Murrieta) ------- Div. I 6th place
Girls 200 = Chioma Okonkwo (Murrieta Mesa) ------ Div. II 6th place  
Girls Shot Put = Azmire Ransom (JW North) 35'10" ------- Div. II 6th place 
Girls 300 Hurdles = Amari Jenkins (JW North) ------ Div. II 6th place
Girls Discus = Victoria Soto (Shadow Hills) 120'6" ------ Div. II 6th place
Girls Discus = Estefani Flroes (Tahquitz) 108'4" ------ Div. III 6th place

Other Boys' Medalists:  (still in progress)
Boys 400 Relay =  ML King  42.75 ---- Div. I 6th place
Boys 800   Enrique Villa (Corona) 1:56.44 -----  Div. I 6th place  

2017 Division I Prelims

Rancho Verde's boys have been the favorites to claim the CIF Team Title on the boys' side all season long. ...

2017 Division II Prelims

Norco's Shae Anderson easily qualified for both the 400 (53.08) and 300 Hurdles (41.66), ...

2017 Division IV Prelims

Notre Dame of Riverside has put together a crew that, apologically, went unnoticed by our staff.  Their ...

2017 RCTF Team Rankings

Based on league finals results only....

1) Great Oak
2) Roosevelt
3) Vista Murrieta
4) Norco
5) Temecula Valley

1) Great Oak
2) Rancho Verde
3) Vista Murrieta
4) Roosevelt
5) ML King 

2017 Big VIII League Link

2017 Southwestern League Finals Link

2017 Inland Valley League Finals Link

2017 Mountain Pass League Link

2017 River League Finals Link

2017 Sunbelt League Finals Link

Rancho Verde Reveals more at Inland Empire Championships

Rancho Verde and Anderson Dazzle at Mt. SAC Relays

Now that we've finally been able to sit down and relax, we will provide all of the highlights from this past ...

Anderson Shines at Arcadia

Despite finishing 2nd by over 1.5 seconds in the 300 Hurdles, Norco's Shae Anderson shined ...

APU Meet of Champions - 2017

While we are busy finalizing entries for other invitationals, we have updated and posted ALL top marks from ...

Impressive Marks Runeth' Over

Riverside County Invades Redondo

With two of our strongest programs in Great Oak and Roosevelt competing at the Redondo Invite, we had a lot ...

Adjust those Record Books!

2017 Roars Out of the Gates

Riverside County's Best Steal the Headlines at 2015 State Meet

Riverside County Rolls at SS Masters Meet

Vista Murrieta's Boys lead the CIF Finals Plaque Parade

Link on to Riverside County All-Time Bests for Track & Field

Don Chadez, the longtime coach and athletic director at Corona High School, has been compiling Riverside County ...

Girls 100 Meters

-Shae Anderson (Norco) 11.76 (#13 AT)
-Alexis Sutherland (Corona) 12.02 ...

Girls 200 Meters

-Shae Anderson (Norco) 23.67 (#2 AT) 
-Alexis Sutherland (Corona) 24.44 ...

Girls 400 Meters

-Shae Anderson (Norco) 51.99  (NEW COUNTY RECORD)
-Miracle Onyemaobi (Chaparral) ...

Girls 800 Meters

-Shae Anderson (Norco) 2:11.08 (#5 AT)
*Rylee Penn (Centennial) 2:14.54 (holds ...

Girls 1600 Meters

-Sydney Belus (Great Oak) 4:56.56 (holds #6 AT)
-Evelyn Mandel (Great Oak) 4:56.70 (holds #13 ...

Girls 3200 Meters

**Lauren Peurifoy (ML King) 10:23.14 (#3 AT)
-Nicole Rice (Great Oak) 10:39.83 (#13 ...

Girls 100 Hurdles

*Breanna Bernard-Joseph (Roosevelt) 13.88 (#8 AT) 
*Danae Dyer (Temecula Valley) ...

Girls 300 Hurdles

-Shae Anderson (Norco) 40.41 (NEW COUNTY RECORD)
**Breanna Bernard-Joseph (Roosevelt) ...

Girls 400 Meter Relay

Roosevelt - 47.05 (#24 AT) 
Chaparral - 47.87 (school record) 

Girls 1600 Meter Relay

Roosevelt - 3:46.29 (#8 AT) 
Corona - 3:48.43 (#14 AT)

Girls High Jump

-Winter Carreno (Paloma Valley) 5'6" 
*Ashlyn Blotzer (Santiago) 5'6"
*Abigail ...

Girls Pole Vault

*Alexandra Gray (Chaparral) 12'6" (#3 AT)
*Katrina Meier (Vista Murrieta) 11'6" ...

Girls Long Jump

-Seline Schinke (Palm Desert) 17'3.75"
*Charisma Davis (Temecula Valley) 17'3.25" 

Girls Triple Jump

-Allison Laibach (Norco) 37'5"
*Deja Alexis (Great Oak) 37'2.25"
-Ymani Rollins (Rancho ...

Girls Shot Put

-Hailey Mo'unga (Vista Murrieta) 40'10.75"
*Zion Levi (Rancho Verde) 39'5" 
**Azmire ...

Girls Discus

-Jimena Arias (Norte Vista) 138'8" (#17 AT)
-Hailey Mo'unga (Vista Murrieta) ...

Boys 100 Meters

-Isaiah Cunningham (Rancho Verde) 10.32 (#3 AT) 
-Javelin Guidry (Vista Murrieta) ...

Boys 200 Meters

-Isaiah Cunningham (Rancho Verde) 20.84 (#3 AT)
-Rasaun House (Rancho Verde) ...

Boys 400 Meters

*Parris Samaniego (Vista Murrieta) 47.65 (#12 AT)
-Qwintin Workman (Temecula ...

Boys 800 Meters

-Enrique Villa (Corona) 1:54.42
-Julian Robles (Roosevelt) 1:54.98
*Kyle Pendleton (Santiago) ...

Boys 1600 Meters

-Solomon Fountain (Great Oak) 4:12.34c (holds #9 AT) 
-Erik Gonzalez (Rubidoux) ...

Boys 3200 Meters

*Raymon Ornelas (Roosevelt) 9:08.79 (#19 AT)
*Tyler Spencer (Roosevelt) 9:09.49 (#21 ...

Boys 110 Meter High Hurdles

-Anthony Easter (Roosevelt) 14.01 (#7 AT)
-Cameron Samuel (Rancho Verde) 14.08 (#10 ...

Boys 300 Meter Intermediate Hurdles

-Cameron Samuel (Rancho Verde) 36.69 (#5 AT)
 -Anthony Easter (Roosevelt) 36.78 (#6 ...

Boys 400 Meter Relay

Rancho Verde - 40.29 (NEW COUNTY RECORD) 
Vista Murrieta - 41.54 (#16 ...

Boys 1600 Meter Relay

Rancho Verde - 3:12.73 (#4 AT)
Roosevelt - 3:15.73 (#15 AT)

Boys High Jump

-Elijah Stewart (Vista Murrieta) 6'4"
*Tyler Riley (Roosevelt) 6'3"
-Baylee Carter ...

Boys Pole Vault

**Brady Ho (Beaumont) 14'6"
-Garrett Thompson (Great Oak) 14'6" 
-Jake Rice (Murrieta ...

Boys Long Jump

-Bryan Thompson (Rancho  Verde) 24'3.5" (#4 AT) 
*CJ Stevenson (Great ...

Boys Triple Jump

*CJ Stevenson (Great Oak) 48'6" (#11 AT)
-Anthony Reyes (Elsinore) 45'11" 

Boys Shot Put

-Josh Johnson (Valley View) 59'11.5" (#17 AT)
*Jaime Navarro (Great Oak) 56'1" 

Boys Discus

-Josh Johnson (Valley View) 181'11" (#15 AT)
*Jaime Navarro (Great Oak) 173'2" ...

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