Ceres High's varsity girls track and field team totaled 17 points while finishing in eighth place at the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV Championships this past week at Stockton's Cesar Chavez High School.
Juniors Shania Evans, Azar Harrison and Alyssa Stiles brought home individual medals for their top-four finishes.
"I knew they were going to do well (during the Western Athletic Conference season)," head coach Brett Johnson said. "You never know what's outside of league. They did awesome."
Evans placed second in the triple jump on May 15.
She soared 33 feet, 41/2 inches.
Shania finished second at the WAC finals the previous week.
"She redeemed herself," Johnson said.
Harrison placed fourth in the 400 (1:00.23) on May 17.
She set a personal record.
Azar took seventh in the 200 (27.03).
She set a PR (26.74) during trials.
"I would have loved to seen her make it to Masters," Johnson said. "She was peaking at the right time and her confidence was starting to build."
Stiles placed fourth in the triple jump (32-91/2).
She took 10th in the long jump (14-101/4).
"Alyssa is an extremely, competitive person," Johnson said. "Her and Shania battled it out all season. It was a friendly rivalry. That pushed them to be on their A game."
Catryna Marquez placed sixth in the triple jump (31-11).
Destiny Suarez placed seventh in the 1,600 (5:59).
Mercedez Wood placed ninth in the discus (85-7).
She set a PR.
Rachael Thomas placed 10th in the 800 (2:48).
Alina Williams placed 11th in the 100 (13.28).
Makayla Anderson placed 12th in the shot put (25-11).