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San Marcos Track Dominates Dual Meet Wtih Santa Barbara

Adam Manchester cleared 13 feet in the pole vault and Tyson Miller and Kele Mkpado each won two events, leading the San Marcos boys track & field team to a 115-20 win ove Santa Barbara on Wednesday.

The San Marcos girls got double wins from Natalie McClure, Carolyn Weisman and Alana Ochoa in a 116-20 victory.

McClure took the distance double, clocking 5:12.74 in the 1600 and 11:03.25 in the 3200. Weisman captured the triple and long jumps with  marks of 36-0 and 15-10.5, respectively. Ochoa won the throws, taking the discus with a mark of 100-01 and the shot put at 36-5.

Miller won the 400 in 50.33 and the 200 in 23.03. His basketball teammate, Mkpado, captured the 110 hurdles in 15.58 and the high jump at 5-5.

Brian Nnoli turned in a solid triple jump with a mark of 42-3.50. Chris Ewasiuk took off his ice hockey skates and won the long jump with a leap of 18-4.

Santa Barbara's top marks were Kiasa Salgado winning the 300 hurdles in 41.17, Devon Cetti taking the shot put at 45-07.25 and Madison McDaniel capturing the girls high jump at 4-9.

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