Coronado traded wins with Crawford Thursday, with the CHS Girls winning by the score of 79-33 and the Islander Boys losing 82-41.
In the Girls portion of the meet, Megan Mushovic won the 100-meter dash, the triple jump and the discus throw, and placed second in the long jump. Danielle Eckert picked up a second place in the triple jump and a third place in the long jump. Jamie Klages had two wins in the high jump and the 300-meter hurdles. Crystal Curtis won the 400-meters, placed second in the 100-meter hurdles, and finished in third in the 200-meter run. Emily Kleber won the 1,600-meter run, and placed third in the 800-meter run.
Other first place points were picked up by Ashley Houston in the 100-meter hurdles, Justine Gordon in the 800-meter run, Anneke Nelson in the 3,200-meter run, and Rebecca Waterman in the shot put. Others collecting points included: Neisha Scales with a second in the 200-meter dash and third in the 100-meter dash; Care Bach was second in the 400-meter run; and Allison Cabana finished second in the 1,600-meter run.
For the Boys, Reid McLean and Adam Munns took the top two spots in the high jump. McLean also won the 300-meter hurdles and placed third in the 100 in 11.4 seconds. Munns also won the 400. Ben Enowitz won the 1,600-meter run, followed by Michael Davies, who also placed third in the 800 behind Jake Ruzevick. David Zodrow won the discus. Also contributing were Alton Smith, who finished second in the 110-meter hurdles and third in the 300-meter hurdles; Leon Jacob, who was third in the 200-meter dash and Tim Bowman, who was third in the 110-meter hurdles.
Saturday at the Jaguar Invitational afternoon session, Ruzevick won the 1,600 in 4:30.82; McLean placed second in the 300-meter hurdles in 40.49; and Eckert finished in third place in the Division II pole vault with an effort of 8-feet, 6-inches.
As usual the Islanders dominated the high jump, with Klages setting a new meet record of 5-feet, 8.5 inches. This is the second best jump in the state this year, second only to her own best of 5-feet, 10.25 inches set at the Falcon Relays. Munns and McLean went 1-2 in the high jump, with leaps of 6-4 and 6-2 respectively.
Davies, a freshman, clocked a 5:18.57 in his heat of the 1,600-meter run. This should be fast enough to qualify him for the Frosh/Soph County Championships to be held April 30th. Zodrow placed sixth in the Division II discus throw with a toss of 121 feet, 5.5 inches and eighth in the shot put with a throw of 38 feet, 4 inches. Levi Lozano placed 15th in the shot put a 36-foot, 10-inch effort and he was also 13th in the discus with a throw of 102.5 feet, 5.5 inches. Conspicuously missing from the results is Sarah Player. As a precautionary measure, we kept her out of competition to rest some sore muscles.
In Coronado Middle School action, 7th grader Sallie Privett dropped down to the 800-meter urn at the Millennium Xpress Invitational at Mira Mesa High School. Her winning time of 2:25.1 was a personal record and would have won the event at the Jaguar Invitational.