February 22, 2020
Smith Rules Event Testing; Distance Trio Chases Down Sprint Contenders to Sweep

It wasn't close.

Emma Smith (20) simply dominated the day, posting solid marks in early events like the 300m sprint and the shot put before tearing away from the field in the 1200m run to earn her title as the best all-around athlete on the Campolindo track & field team at event testing on Saturday, February 22.

Next in line was Emily Hatch (22), who relied on her impressive range on the track to hold off 3rd-place-finisher Namratha Kasalanati (22) for runner-up honors in the veteran girls' division.

In the boys' competition, Joel Kofman (20) and Anish Visht (20) established early leads. Kofman topped the list of performances in the 300m sprint while Visht popped off in the shot put with a toss of 33 feet. With 3 events completed, the duo was trailed in the overall standings by fellow sprint veteran Declan Bhagwat (20). Bhagwat was among the top 5 in the 300m, long jump and shot put.

And then the 1200m run happened.

Bradford Martin (21), who had tied Visht for the lead in the shot put and laid down a respectable time in the 300m sprint, did just enough in the 1200m run to hold off fellow distance runners Owen Lekki (21) and Marco Chao (21) to earn the overall title.

Kofman finished 25th while Bhagwat was 32nd and Visht 40th in the 3-lap affair.

In the rookie girls' competition, Ellie Buckley (23) claimed a 1-point victory over fellow freshman Charlotte Arnswald (23) by virtue of her 4:04.0 effort in the final event. Anna Wilson (23) made it a freshman sweep finishing 3rd.

Alex Lodewick (23) edged out Dylan Mitchley (20) in the rookie boys' division, while Taj Smith-Vuong (22) picked up 3rd place with 56 points.

Complete 2020 Event Testing results are HERE!

February 17, 2020
120 Athletes Enjoy 1st Week! Newcomers Still Welcome; Event Testing up Coming

The 2020 track & field season opened with over 120 athletes on the roster. All participants should review the check list and team policies on the TEAM HANDBOOK PAGE. There is still time for newcomers to join the squad!

Athletes and parents should be sure to visit the Campolindo web store in order to make the SPRING SEASON CONTRIBUTION. This contribution covers the expenses for each athlete's participation, including meet entry, FAT timing, bus transportation, training equipment, coach stipends, and awards. Please help us provide the best possible athletic opportunities for our athletes by making the contribution.

Week 2 will feature event testing on Saturday, February 22. Coaches will be assessing fitness and character as all athletes compete in 4 events: the 300m Sprint, 1200m Run, Long Jump, and Shot Put. This will be an opportunity for athletes to test their speed, power, endurance, agility, and mental toughness. 2019 event testing results are HERE!

Athletes and parents should be sure to request membership in the 2020 TEAM FACEBOOK GROUP. All new athletes and parents need to request to be added. In addition, returning track athletes or parents who did not participate in the fall cross country season, must request to be added back to this group!

May 18, 2019
Buckley Clings to Final 3200 CIF Spot; Girls' Claim MOC 2nd-Place Team Banner

While sprint star Maddy Doane (19) predictably punched her ticket to the California track & field state championships in the 400m and 200m to help her team earn runner-up honors at Saturday's NCS Meet of Champions finals, Edward Buckley (19) refused to be left behind.

Check out 2019 NCS Meet of Champion results HERE!

May 11, 2019
Bell Climbs 100m Record Board; Doane Wins Tri-Valley Area Meet 400m Title

Windy and gradually warming conditions greeted elite varsity competitors from the BVAL, DAL and EBAL at Saturday's North Coast Section Tri-Valley Area Championships hosted by Dublin High School. The top 7 finishers in each event earned advancement to the NCS Meet of Champions slated for the following weekend.

Complete 2019 NCS Tri-Valley Area Meet results are HERE!

May 4, 2019
Buckley Out-duels Favorites in Distance Double Victories at DAL Championships

With a surprising finishing flourish, Edward Buckley (19) out-kicked middle-distance specialist Parker Wilkerson of Las Lomas to claim the varsity boys' 1600m title at Saturday's Diablo Athletic League Championships at Campolindo High School. The 4-year veteran found 1 last gear as the 2018 runner-up in the 800m tried to overtake the pace setters.

Check out 2019 DAL Championship results & pictures HERE!

April 27, 2019
39-Year Record Finally Falls at DAL Trials

With Alison Adams (80), owner of the longest standing school record looking on, Maddy Doane (19) finally surpassed the beloved Campolindo physical education teacher's 400m mark, winning her heat at Saturday's DAL Championship trials in a dazzling 56.08.

Check out 2019 DAL Championship Trials results HERE!

April 20, 2019
Doane Drops 55.6 Split to Anchor 1600 Relay to Victory at Sacramento MOC

After lowering her own 100m school record to 12.05 for a 4th-place finish in the invitational section of the Sacramento Meet of Champions at American River College on Saturday evening, Maddy Doane (19) added another feather in her cap with a 1600 relay anchor leg for the ages.

Check out Sacramento Meet of Champions results HERE!

April 19, 2019
Girls' Relay Sets Record at Bob Warren

In warm, sprint-friendly conditions at the annual Bob Warren Relays at Acalanes High School, the girls' 4 x 100 relay of Emily Hatch (22), Maddy Doane (19), Terryal Bell (21) and Sara Tabibian (22) streaked to a commanding victory over the field in a school-record 49.07. The mark moves the squad ahead of the previous record set in 2004.

Enjoy complete Bob Warren Relays results HERE!

April 13, 2019
Travis Rolls to 1600 PR; Wilson Anchors 2nd All-Time Relay at Granada Festival

With a spirited final lap, Mia Travis (20) knocked nearly 10 seconds off her 1600m best to win her heat at Saturday's Distance, Sprint & Throw Festival at Granada High School in Livermore. The junior distance standout was one of several Campolindo athletes to take advantage of the near-perfect conditions in the late-season invitational event.

Check out results of the Granada Distance, Sprint & Throw Festival HERE!


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