May 27, 2022
Records Fall at CIF Championship Trials

The Campolindo sprint squad wasted little time taking advantage of ideal conditions and the most talented field of athletes in the country at Friday evening's State Championship Trials at Buchanan High School in Clovis. The girls' 400 relay squad dropped another 4 tenths of a second from their school record time to land a surpirsing berth in Saturday's finals.

This was followed by another record update from Mari Testa (23), who finished her 100 hurdle race in 14.50 to earn the final qualifying spot out of the preliminary round. The wind-legal time is a 0.18 improvement.

Sara Tabibian (22) and Mason Fara (22) each posted their 2nd-best marks of their high school careers in the 400m, with the former cracking 58 seconds and later dipping under 49 seconds.

The spectacular day was closed out by Tibibian in her final 300 hurdle race, in which she ascended to the top of the school record board with a sub-45 second finish.

Check out results and photos from the California State Meet HERE!

May 21, 2022
Cougars Claim 1st-Ever Section Team Title; 5 Athletes Advance to State Meet

Propelled by its all-star hurdlers, Campolindo claimed the NCS Meet of Champions team crown for the 1st time in school history at Saturday's section finals hosted by Dublin High School.

Once again, the section-leading duo of Mari Testa (23) and Sara Tabibian (22) ascended to the top of the podium in multiple events. Following their school-record setting win in the 400 relay with teammates Kyrstin Wilson (22) and Meagan Kennedy (23), Testa secured her 1st individual NCS title in the 100 hurdles. The junior sensation then returned to the track moments later to upset the elite 100m field.

Check out photos and results from the NCS Meed of Champions HERE.

May 14, 2022
Girls Dominate in NCS Tri-Valley Victory

With Mari Testa (23) and Sara Tabibian (22) dominating their respective hurdle specialities and contributing legs to the winning 400 relay squad, the Cougars piled up a comfortable margin of victory in the team standings at Saturday's NCS Tri-Valley Area Championship at Oakley's Freedom High School.

Check out photos and results from the NCS Tri-Valley Championships HERE.

May 7, 2022
3 of 4 Squads Claim DAL Championship Titles; Cougars Top Podium in 23 Events

The Campolindo track team topped the league with 3 division victories and 1st place finishes in 23 different events at Saturday's DAL championships hosted in Bob Wilson Stadium.

For the varsity girls and frosh soph boys, it was a day of total domination, each accumulating a gaudy 170 points. The frosh soph boys' margin of victory over 2nd place was 113 points while the varsity girls outdistanced their nearest rivals by 93 points.

Check out results and photos from the DAL Championship Finals HERE.

April 30, 2022
Reyes Lengthens Discus Mark by 18 Feet; Lavoie, Whipple Climb Podium at Trials

With a 9-foot clearance, senior Jeanette Lavoie (22) finished in 2nd place at the league championships hosted in Bob Wilson Stadium on Saturday, April 30. The 1st day of the 2-day competition, Saturday's meet featured mild temperatures and a persistent wind that helped in the short sprints and hurdles, but hindered in just about everything else, including the pole vault.

Check out restuls and photos from Saturday's 2022 DAL Trials HERE!

April 20, 2022
400 Relay Record Falls at Acalanes Duel; 3 Squads Remain Undefeated in League

In less-than-ideal conditions, the varsity girls' 4 x 100 relay squad dropped more than half a second from their season best to kick off a dominant team performance against the Dons of Acalanes. In spite of the swirling wind, the quartet of Mari Testa (23), Kyrstin Wilson (22), Megan Kennedy (23), and Sara Tabibian (22) used improved exchanges to build an impressive margin of victory and take down the school record. Their finishing time of 48.50 is nearly 4 tenths of a second better than the mark set in 2019 by a squad that included Campolindo sprint legend Maddy Doane (19).

Check out restuls and photos from the DAL Duel vs. Acalanes HERE!

April 15, 2022
Dow Destroys Previous PR's at Warren Relays; Ho Cracks 6 Minutes for 1600m

Enjoying the meet of his career to date, Casey Dow (23) dropped his times in both the 1600m and 800m races at Friday's Bob Warren Relays hosted by Acalanes High School. The junior began the night by crushing his previous 4-lap best by 25 seconds, breaking the 6-minute mark for the 1st time. He then followed up that impressive outing with an 800m performance that knocked 12 seconds off his prior mark.

Check out Bob Warren Relays Friday night results HERE!

April 15, 2022
Lodewick Lands 9th All-Time 3200m at Mt. SAC; Girls' 6400 Relay Finishes 3rd

Managing to latch onto the lead pack through the 1st 3 quarters of his race at the Friday evening distance carnival at the prestigious Mt. SAC relays, Alex Lodewick (23) continued his ascent with a 10th place finish in 9:22.57. The mark moves the junior to 9th on the Campolindo record board.

Later in the evening, freshman Sloan Pullen (25) contributed an excellent 5:18 leg on the girls' 4 x 1600m relay, helping the squad to a 3rd place finish in the invitational division.

Check out Mt. SAC Relays results HERE!

April 2, 2022
Testa Sets School Record to Win Hurdles; Jay Bounds 40 feet in Triple Jump at WCR

Saturday's West Coast Relays, hosted at Buchanan High School's Memorial Stadium, offered opportunity for a select group of Campolindo athletes to face top competition from across the state in the CIF championship venue.

Check out West Coast Relays results HERE!









HSU Distance Running Camp: This legendary week-long summer workshop is hosted on the Humboldt State University campus and provides an opportunity for athletes to learn from some of the top coaches and elite athletes in the sport today, all while enjoying the most spectacularly beautiful running trails in the world. The 2022 edition is set for July 17 through 22.


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