The Sierra Canyon track and field program is fast.
That’s an understatement.
It’s really fast.
The Trailblazers took home four Mission League championships and nearly a fifth.
Sierra Canyon competes this weekend in the section finals at Moorpark High.
The star has been freshman sensation Jalen Aguilar-Carnes. JAC ran a 10.83 in the 100 and 21,77 in the 200 to bring home league championships. He’s only 15 years old.
The 4×100 relay team ran a 42.44 for the league championship. Xavier White, JAC, sophomore Matthew Curry and sophomore Jae’On Young formed the super fast quartet.
The team ran 42.11 at the section prelims and coach Troy Samuels thinks the foursome can go 41 high this week.
The relay team’s stiffest competition will come from Oaks Christian on Saturday.
The other league champion is sophomore Laila Bowens. Bowens ran a :58.86 to capture the 400 title.
Bowens recently went :58.12 at the section prelims.
Curry just missed out a league championship with a second place finish in the 400. Curry ran :49.80
Two football players also did well this year.
Eugene Brooks was second in the shot put with a throw of 50 feet, three inches. Cameron Brandt was second in the discus with a throw of 147-10, setting a new school record in the process.