March 13, 2019
Sprint Records Fall as Cougars Host Las Lomas in Final Home DAL Dual of Season

With sunny skies and a stead northerly wind, conditions were optimal for short sprinters at Wednesday's 2nd DAL dual meet of 2019. Several impressive early-season marks were posted by the Cougars as they topped the visiting Las Lomas Knights in 3 divisions.

Helping the frosh-soph girls' squad to its victory, Amelia Asuncion (22) set new personal bests with a 1st-time toss over 20 feet in the shot put and a 7-foot improvement in discus. Big gains were also made by Namratha Kasalanati (22) in the hurdle races while Jeanette Lavoie (22) added 6 inches to her pole vault PR.

The varsity girls were carried once again by Maddy Doane (19). The 2nd-year veteran posted a new school record in the 100m race, then returned to the track to face the Knight's super-star sophomore Sophia Pardo in an epic rematch of last season's league champion and runner up in the 200m.

With a legal tailwind of 1.2 meters per second, the pair posted 2 of the fastest times in the state. Doane managed to hold the lead through the tape, clocking 24.99, which is now the top time in Campolindo history and is currently the 5th best mark in California for the season.

Other impressive performances included Sara Tabibian's (22) 50.29 win in the 300 hurdles and a 3-foot improvement in the triple jump by Olivia de Paschalis (18).

Kyle Moe (21) continued his rise in the throwing events with another big improvement in discus. Arik Nashan (21) made strides in the shot put, cracking 25 feet for the 1st time, while Hardesty Dolge (22) cleared all flights safely in the 110 hurdles to better his previous mark by 5 seconds.

The varsity boys' competition featured PR's for Eric Fossen (19) in the shot put and discus. In adding 8 feet to his discus best, the senior eclipsed the century mark for the 1st time.

Check out results and pictures of the DAL dual meet vs. Las Lomas HERE!

March 6, 2019
Cruse Sweeps Horizontal Jumps to Lead Frosh Soph Girls over Clayton Valley

The girls' youngsters enjoyed wins in several technical events to hold off a late charge from Clayton Valley at Wednesday's Diablo Athletic League competition held at Campolindo High School. Claudia Cruse (22) picked up wins in the long and triple jump, while Tyler Kaplan (22) finished 1st in the 100 hurdles and 2nd in the 300 hurdles. Namratha Kasalanati (22) topped the high jump standings and picked up a 3rd place finish in the 300 hurdles.

Check out complete DAL Dual Meet resutls vs. Clayton Valley HERE!

February 23, 2019
Doane Bolts to 5th All-Time 100m Mark

Rising up the record list, Maddy Doane (19) moved to 5th all-time in Campolind history with a 12.68 clocking for 100m at Saturday's practice meet at College Park High School.

Check out 2019 Practice Meet results HERE!

February 15, 2019
Doane Tops Leader Board, Hatch Wins Rookie Division at Annual Event Testing

With the top mark in both the 300m sprint and the long jump, as well as a runner up mark in the shot put, Maddy Doane (19) ran away with the overall victory at Friday's event testing. Her closest competitor turned out to be newcomer Emily Hatch (22), who showed impressive range in the running events, finishing 2nd in the 300m sprint and 7th in the 1200m run.

Alicia Hober (20) and Natalie Arnswald (19) filled out the veteran girls' podium positions while Kyrstin Wilson (22) and Cathy Kenderski (22) completed a freshman sweep of the rookie girls' division.

The boys' competition featured a down-to-the-wire battle between 2 distance runners. Cayden Hein (20) managed the victory with a 2-point advantage over Bradford Martin (21). Martin showed surprising versatility, launching the shot over 30 feet to complement his solid performances in the running events.

Dylan Cronin (20) earned the final veteran podium position.

Marco Chao (22) finished 1 point ahead of Seth Bonnin (22) in the rookie boys' field. Mason Fara (22) was 3rd.

Check out complete 2019 Event Testing results here!

May 26, 2018
Kimball Slings Disc to State Qualification; Boys' Relay Shines at Meet of Champions

Andrew Kimball (18) only needed 1 good toss over the 148 foot mark in the boys' discus at Saturday's NCS Meet of Champions finals to earn his ticket to Fresno. The senior set his best mark in the preliminary round and held on to 3rd place through the final round. As a result, Kimball will be making the trip to the State Championships.

Check out complete results from the Meet of Champions HERE!


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