A majority of the athletes performed well and achieved Personal bests. Including team nominated Field athlete of the week, Cody Hearn. Hearn won the discus and achieved the state A standard at the invitational. He also threw a 1 meter PR in the hammer throw.
" I'm very happy with my performance at the meet, my goals for the season are more likely than I thought . I expected to see these marks but not this quick."
Expectations for Hornet next Week ?
" I hope to stay competitive and hopefully PR again "Hearn said.
Clarissa Menil , team nominated Track athlete of the week completed in 6 events and stood out in her 100m hurdle race running a time of 15.3 which ranks her fist in Northern California.
"I'm not necessarily content with the time but I'm happy with winning, we are working on a lot of things and I'm still waiting for everything to click."
Expectations for Hornet Invite next ?
" I'm excited to see competition in my hurdle races, good competition means competitive times, I'm ready."
Other top Mustang performances at Jack Albiani Invitational
1st Place. Dion Collier, Men's 100m, 10.84
1st Place, Jordan Nance, Women's Javelin, 107'6"ft
1st Place, Alicia Woo, Women's Pole Vault, 10'10"ft
1st Place, Cody Hearn, Men's Discus 147'6"ft
1st Place, Clarissa Menil, Women's 100m hurdles, 15.34
1st Place, Cody Hearn, Men's Discus, 147'7"
2nd Place, Normie Thurman, Women's 100m, 12.73
2nd Place, Marcus Baker, Men's 800m, 2:00.48
2nd Place, Kenneth Gonzales, Men's Hammer Throw, 159'9"ft
2nd Place, Caitlin McClain, Women's Hammer Throw, 144'4"ft
The Mustangs are gearing up to compete in the Hornet Invitational next Saturday at Sacramento State University