Girls' 100 Meter Record:
Alysah Hickey 11.87 at 2018 Mt. Carmel Invite
Update for 2018:
In 2018 Alysah lowered her school record in the 100 to 11.87 (1.7 wind legal) at the Mount Carmel Invite. She also smashed the Long Jump record by over two feet while winning the State Meet title with a leap of 19 feet 9.75 inches. She was the overall winner in both the Long Jump and the High Jump at the CIF finals, thus advancing to the California State Meet in both. The points she scored at CIF Finals, including the anchor for Coronado's winning 4x100 team, and a second place in the100, were a big factor in Coronado's first ever CIF championship. At the State Meet she not only won the Long Jump, she also placed fourth in the High Jump with a height of 5 feet 8 inches. She was named the City League Field Athelete of the Year, as well as the San Diego Section Field Athlete of the year.
Update for 2017:
In 2017 Alysah lowered her school record for the 100 to 11.96 at the Frosh/Soph meet at Del Norte High School. She also broke the school record for the 200 at the CIF prelims by running 25.16. She was the overall winner in the both the 100 and High Jump at CIF finals and advanced to the State Meet in the 100, 200, and High Jump.
In both 2017 and 2018 she was the CIF champ in the High Jump and moved to fourth all-time in San Diego for the High Jump with 5 feet 10 inches.
Alysah Hickey made quite a splash in her freshman year at Coronado. Her 100 meter record was .32 seconds faster than the previous record of 12.35. In terms of distance this is around 2.7 meters. She's also pretty close to the 200 record and ran the anchor leg for the School Record in the 4x100 relay. At the CIF finals she ran .01 seconds faster with a time of 12.03 but the wind was .01 meters per second over the allowable 2.0. To top it off she was the CIF champ in the high jump with a leap of 5 feet 5 inches.
In 2016 she was the girl's MVP for Coronado, the girls' Athlete of the meet for the Frosh/Soph meet and helped Coronado win the Girls' Championship; the track Athlete of the year for the Central League; and scored 24 of the 59 Islander points at the CIF finals to lead Coronado to the runner-up Trophy for D-II. This was our highest ever finish.