Track athletes set new personal bests at NSCIF Championship

“I am proud of the boys going against some great competition,” said Coach Jules Damey.

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The Winters High School track and field team competed in the Northern Section California Interscholastic Federation Championship. The Warriors sent four athletes who placed first and one that place second; being good enough to compete in the NSCIF Division III Championships. The events the Warriors competed in at the NSCIF Championship were the shot put, triple jump and the 4×100 relay. Avondre Coleman-Tucker having set a person record and placing second in throwing the 12 pound shot put a distance of 46 feet 1.50 inches placing second. At NSCIF Division III Championships, Coleman-Tucker marks where good enough to advance. Coleman-Tucker took eighth in the shot put throwing a distance of 41’ 5.25”. In the 4×100 relay ran by Ryan Andersen, Albert Ramos, JuanPablo Garcia and Anthony Jimenez in the NSCIF Division III Championship placed first with a time of 45.58 seconds. In the NSCIF Championship the Warriors took seventh place with a time of 46.50. Ramos competed in the triple jump placing first at the NSCIF Division III Championship with a Distance of 42-2.5. In the NSCIF Championship Ramos finished in fourth place jumping a distance of 42’ 9.75” and set a personal record. “I am proud of the boys going against some great competition,” said Coach Jules Damey. This track and field championship meet is the last meet of the season for the Warriors.]]>

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