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Good opener for Oak Ridge track athletes

By From page A9 | February 27, 2013

ELK GROVE — Saturday was a great day of competition for the Oak Ridge High track and field athletes at the Capital Classic Relays held at Elk Grove High.

It was cold and windy at the Elk Grove High School track facility but Oak Ridge athletes still turned in many outstanding performances. In all, 16 schools competed in the invitational.

The top three finishers in the individual events and the top three relay teams earned medals. Overall, Oak Ridge athletes earned 65 medals fo an impressive start of the season. Seven individual first place performances were turned in by Trojan athletes and seven Oak Ridge relay teams placed first.

The following athletes placed first in their events: Greg Smolarski (varsity boys pole vault, 12-0), Austin Laut (frosh/soph boys pole vault, 10-6), Ashley Dean (varsity girls pole vault, 8-6), Jaimi Gotro (frosh/soph girls pole vault, 7-0), Jaimi Gotro (frosh/soph girls 100m Hurdles, 19.28), Mikhayla Polivka (frosh/soph girls 1,600m run, 6:04.78), and Kyle Kauffman (frosh/soph boys 1,600m run, 5:09.05).

The frosh/soph girls distance Medley team placed first and set a meet record of 13:48.51. Peyton Wright (ran 1,200m leg), Kristina O’Donnell (ran 400m leg), Arial Hendrickson (ran 800m leg), and Briana Dulgar (ran 1,600m leg).

The complete results of the Capital Classic Relays can be found at redcaptiming.com.

The next invitational for Oak Ridge is the Sac State High School Classic at Sacramento State University on Saturday, March, 2. This highly competitive varsity-only meet is expected to have three-dozen schools compete.

Rob Fairley

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