Whitney boys continue to dominate league in track and field

Wildcats’ girls take second
By: Staff Report
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On a rain-soaked field the Whitney High track and field team rolled to a combined total of 271 points as the boys finished first and the girls second in the Capital Athletic League’s second meet, April 11. Antelope totaled 274 points thanks to a 163-point performance by the Titans’ girls. The stormy day belonged to the Wildcats’ boys as they totaled 173 points behind outstanding performances in both the distance runs and sprints. Whitney’s girls totaled 98 points. Trever Sitch continued his dominance in the hurdles and anchored the Cats’ 4x400 relay team. The 4x100 relay team of Hemant Thomas, Joe Atwood, Ian Bamsey and Joey Camarda remained undefeated. Whitney claimed the 1 mile and 2 mile events behind the efforts of Ryan Hodgens, Jacob Zufelt and Nathan Wellington. They also claimed a second in the 800 meters. The boys are 10-0 on the season. Whitney head coach Mark Snow said injuries continue to plague the girl’s squad. Jenica Dodge, Shea Barker, Taelor Hatch and Stephanie Diettenger continue to lead the Wildcats progress. Dodge continues to improve in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters. Barker is running very well in the hurdles and Diettenger is performing well in the pole vault. Hatch placed second in the high jump. JV _ Whitney’s boys placed third behind the efforts of Kyle McCray, Justin Read and Zuhair Mirza. The Wildcats are scheduled to compete in the Thunder Invitational Meet, Saturday, at Rocklin High School. Capital Athletic League Track and Field Meet Antelope High School, April 11 BOYS Whitney 173 Antelope 111 El Camino 72 Cordova 66 Rio Americano 61 Mira Loma 0 GIRLS Antelope 163 Whitney 98 Cordova 82 Rio Americano 72 El Camino 46 Mira Loma 18