Track & Field finds success in Division IV Finals

It was a successful day for the Sierra Canyon track and field program at Moorpark High in the Southern Section Div. 4 championships.

The boys 4×100 relay team placed second in a school record 41.40 right behind Oaks Christian.

Xavier White, freshman Jalen Aguilar-Carnes, 400 standout Matthew Curry and sophomore Jae’on Young formed the outstanding quartet.

Aguilar-Carnes finished in fourth place in the 100 with a time of 10.66 (personal record). He also clocked 21,45 for a third-place finish in the 200, also a personal record.

Young ran a personal best 10.77 for a fifth place finish in the 200. Young ran 22.28 in the 200 to place seventh.

Curry just missed on a title in the 400 with a time of 50.25 for a second place finish.

Jai Bell ran the hurdles. He secured third  place in the 110 with a time of 15.58 and took seventh in the 300, clocking 42.78.

Laila Bowens led the girls with a 57.69 in the 400 for sixth place. It was a personal record.

The field events were led by Wagner football commit Eugene Brooks and Michigan-bound lineman Cameron Brandt.

Brooks threw 55-06 in the shot put to win the event. Brandt was 133-02 in the discus for fifth place.

The 4×100 team qualified for the Masters Meet and Aguilar-Carnes qualified in the 200. Brooks advanced in the shot put.