Ceres High's Azia Brewster and Alyssa Stiles, and Central Valley's Mahogany Simon and Chetna Kumar brought home medals from the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV-V Varsity Girls Track & Field Championships.
Brewster, Stiles, Simon and Kumar were also awarded berths to the Masters competition after recording top-four finishes in their respective events this past week at Cal State Stanislaus.
Azia took first in the high jump (5-0), second in the triple jump (32-101/2) and third in the long jump (16-31/4).
Brewster, a senior, qualified for Masters for the fourth year in a row.
She finished second in the high jump at the 2016 Divisionals.
"I'm happy for Azia," Bulldogs head coach Brett Johnson said. "She excelled in all of her events. She's been one of the program's most dominant, multiple-event athletes. She was blessed with talent and the ability to jump."
Alyssa took third in the triple jump (32-7) and ninth in the long jump (14-61/4).
Mahogany took second in the 300 hurdles (46.54) and fourth in the 100 hurdles (16.29).
Simon, a junior, advanced to Masters for the third straight season.
She finished second in the 300 hurdles and seventh in the 100 hurdles at Divisionals last year.
Chetna took fourth in the 200 (27.01) and seventh in the 100 (13.05).
Ceres High's Julia Pata, Shania Evans, Azar Harrison, Brisa Gonzalez, Destiny Suarez, Camryn Elness, Carli Gomes, Mya Robinson, Alina Williams, Rachael Thomas and Chelsey Silva, and Central Valley's Anusha Kumar and Natalia Guzman competed at Divisionals as well.
Pata took fifth in the shot put (33-11/2) and seventh in the discus (95-11).
Julia advanced to Masters in the shot put during her first season with the Bulldogs last spring.
"My performance was not at all what I anticipated it would be," said Pata, who swept both events at the Western Athletic Conference Championships the previous week. "I'm pretty upset with myself. I was two to three feet off of what I've been throwing in the shot put. I messed up my steps and wasn't low enough when I was ready to throw. It was a real disaster."
Evans took fifth in the triple jump (32-31/2).
Harrison took eighth in the 400 (1:04.41) and 10th in the 200 (29.00).
Gonzalez took 11th in the 3,200 (14:20.87).
Suarez took 12th in the 800 (2:50.20) and 16th in the 1,600 (6:19.72).
Elness took 12th in the shot put (26-8).
Ceres High's 4x100 relay team of Gomes, Robinson, Harrison and Williams took seventh (53.84).
Ceres High's 4x400 relay team of Thomas, Silva, Suarez and Harrison took ninth (4:36.65).
Anusha Kumar took 11th in the 100 hurdles (19.09) and long jump (14-31/2).
Guzman took 11th in the shot put (27-11).
Ceres High (34 points) and Central Valley (16 points) placed fifth and 12th, respectively, in the team standings.
The Masters meet will be staged on May 25 and 26 at Elk Grove High School.