In Wednesday’s last Sierra Valley Conference meet of the regular season, a double dual at home against Liberty Ranch and Cosumnes Oaks, both the El Dorado varsity boys and girls teams and the frosh/soph boys team defeated the visitors.
Both varsity teams trounced Liberty Ranch, but Cosumnes put up more of a challenge, especially for the Cougar girls.
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O’Brien, Courtney Macklin, Rebecca Ortega, Molly Marshall and Emily Simpson all placed first in events, but the Cougars buried the Wolfpack by taking both second and third in six events — off-setting the ‘Pack’s four points for a first with five combined points.
In additon, O’Brien, Hailey Cooley and Kaylynn Cuddy swept all three places n the 100-meter hurdles and Simpson, Naomi Bastian and Allison Whealton took first, second and third in the pole vault. The sweeps earned 18 points for El Dorado.
The Cougar boys swept four events against Cosumnes Oaks to win by 41 points. Jeremy Darr, Caleb Melton and Andrew Montez swept the shot put; Montez, Jamiz Skok and Clayton Van Dunyn took all three places in the discus; Alex Thomson, Colby Johnson and Wade Bennett all placed in the triple jump; and Matt Johnson, Forest Hierholzer and Will Hamann took the pole vault.
The boys’ team also got first-place points in other events against Cosumnes from Jesse Geller, Colby Johnson and Sean Gregg against Cosumnes.