March 29-30, 2024
Girls' DMR Dominates Stanford Field with Nation-Leading Time; Volkmer Splits 4:45

While a steady downpour kept an unusually sparse crowd of onlookers huddled under umbrellas or in the imperfect shelter of oaks along the backstretch, the Campolindo girls' distance medley relay squad toed the line at the Stanford Invitational on Friday afternoon with high expectations.

With a strong field of Northern California powerhouse programs assembled, the Cougars hoped to break the 12-minute barrier in the infrequently contested event for the 1st time in 9 years and only the 2nd time in school history.

Kate Kabenina (24) opened with a 1200m leg that put her squad solidly in contention prior to handing the baton to Claire Andrzejek (26), who managed to avoid a collision in the exchange zone before battling down the backstretch and closing the gap on the leader. The sophomore split 63 seconds for the single-lap effort to pull the team within a step of the lead. Daisy Penney (24) received the baton next and immediately moved to the front. The Cougar's margin over 2nd place grew to nearly 50 meters over the course of her 2 laps.

The final chapter in the race was written by Shea Volkmer (24). The Colorado State bound senior opened with a 68-second lap and continued to extend the lead through the finish. Her solo-effort split time of 4:45.7 is the fastest ever 1600m relay leg by a Campolindo athlete, and propelled the squad to a national-leading mark of 11:57.26, in spite of the wet conditions.

The relay time is also the 2nd-best in school history.

Volkmer returned to the farm on Saturday, streaking away from the open 1600m field to win in 4:47.95 after an awkwardly slow opening 200m where the top contenders refused to take the lead. Following the 76-second 1st lap, Volkmer covered the final 1200 meters in an astonishing 3 minutes and 41 seconds. Her margin of victory over 2nd place was 10 seconds.

Volkmer's performance moves her to 2nd on the all-time school record list.

Andrzejek completed the exciting weekend for the Cougars with another improvement in the 800m, overcoming a few tangles to cross the line in 2:21.15.

Check out pictures and results from the Stanford Invitational HERE!

March 27, 2024
Knights Slay Chances for Perfect Season; Worster Adds 3 Inches in Vault Victory

The drizzle during Wednesday's DAL dual meet at Las Lomas was a fitting backdrop as the Cougars' chances for a perfect league season fizzled. Strong performances from the hosts along with unfortunate miscues and missed opportunities by the visitors conspired to hand Campolindo 3 close losses and a tie.

With key athletes missing, the shorthanded Cougars were unable to match a spirited effort by the Knights in all phases of the competition.

One bright spot in the gloom was Sierra Worster (26), who managed to claim wins in the 100m and 200m on the track before cresting over 9-3 to top an abbreviated vault competition. The mark is a 3-inch improvement for the sophomore and moves her to 10th on the all-time list.

Check out results from the DAL Dual v. Las Lomas HERE!

March 23, 2024
Schnayer Lands Shot Put Title in Cold, Rainy Conditions with 2nd Toss over 45

The #2 shot put mark in the state was increased by a half inch as Pinkie Schnayer (24) shrugged off a slick ring and cold temperatures to heave the iron to 45-7.5 at the Bay Area Relays hosted by Foothill High School on Saturday, March 23.

Check out all of the Cougars' marks from the popular invitational HERE!

March 20, 2024
Berg, McCasland Rise up Record Board as Cougars Remain Unbeaten in League

Thomas Berg (26) and Jasmine McCasland (27) each earned a pair of sprint victories and a long jump win to help their respective varsity squads dominate a short-handed Clayton Valley team on Wednesday, March 20. While Berg moved up the 200m and long jump school record list, McCasland did the same in the 100m and 200m.

Check out complete results from the DAL dual v. Clayton Valley HERE.

March 16, 2024
4x800 Relay Sets Dublin Fiesta Record; Girls Double back to Dominate 3200m

The Campolindo distance runners traveled to Dublin High School on Friday, March 15, hoping to capitalize on the momentum generated just 2 days earlier when they posted jaw-dropping marks in their dual meet against Northgate. The Cougars put their "A" team on the girls' 4x800 relay starting line sporting new uniforms to face the rest of the best in California.

How much the new attire contributed to their success is debateable. What's clear is that the girls' distance squad is on fire. Anchored by another sensational effort from Shea Volkmer (24), who split 2:14.7 to clinch the relay victory, the senior quartet that includes Daisy Penney (24), Kate Kabenina (24), and Rachel Moen (24) crushed the previous meet standard by nearly 20 seconds. Their 9:31.93 winning time is also now 3rd on the school record list.

Results and photos of the 2024 Dublin Distance Fiesta are HERE!

March 13, 2024
Squads Stay Perfect at Northgate Dual; Volkmer Rolls to State-Leading 1600m

While a mild head wind down the homestretch persisted for most of the meet, the conditions at Northgate High School for the Cougars 2nd DAL competition of the year were much improved from the rain-soaked prior week.

Check out complete results from Wednesday's DAL Dual v. Northgate HERE.

March 6, 2024
Cougars Sweep Rivals to Open League Season; Li Clears 12-3 to Win Pole Vault

The defending Diablo Athletic League champions began their title defence with victories over rival Miramonte in every division at the 1st dual meet of the 2024 spring season.

Check out complete results from the dual meet v. Miramonte HERE!

February 28, 2024
Schnayer Breaks Record; Volkmer Rises to 4th All-Time at Alhambra Practice Meet

Pinkie Schnayer (24) opened her 2024 campaign with 2 impressive personal records at Wednesday's practice meet against the visiting Bulldogs of Alhambra High School. The state championship qualifier launched the shot to an exceptional 45 feet, 7 inch distance on her 2nd attempt, improving the Campolindo school record by over 3 feet. All 4 of her attempts in the competition eclipsed the old record mark.

Complete results of the practice meet v. Alhambra can be found HERE!


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