Davis breaks her SBCC shot put record at WSC Relays

Zoe Davis captured the women’s shot put on Friday in the WSC Relays track and field meet at Citrus College and broke the SBCC school record for the second straight week.

Davis, a freshman from Drake High in San Anselmo, tossed the 8.8-pound shot 12.14 meters (39 feet, 9¾ inches), improving on her school record by 3 1/4 inches. Her throw was more than 8.5 inches farther than the runner-up, Kelly Jarrett of Hancock.

Tristan Lake also posted a win for SBCC, taking the men’s 400-meter hurdles in his first try at the event. He was clocked in 56.25, 1.64 seconds faster than the runner-up. Lake ran in lane 9 of a slow heat and won his heat by three seconds or about 30 meters, according to coach Scott Fickerson.

Nicholas Smith was third in the long jump at 6.18m. The Vaqueros’ took second in the 800 sprint medley (two 100-meter legs, a 200 and 400) and the 4 x 800 relay. The sprint medley squad of Cody Bidlow, Smith, Cliff Lekas and Cody Uhrig was clocked in 1:34.80 while the 4 x 800 team of Ben Garland, Luis Garnica, Omar Padilla and Marcial Ordaz finished in 8:25.47.

In the women’s hammer, Kaytee Krivulka took fourth at 36.88m (120-11¾), which was No. 3 all-time for SBCC. Davis was fourth in the discus (33.77m) and eighth in the hammer (34.22m, No. 6 all-time).

Katie Voss had a big day for the Vaqueros, taking second in the 400 hurdles (1:08.78) and running the second leg on the second-place 4 x 200 team. She was also the second runner on the 4 x 100 relay unit that took third in 50.21, the No. 6 time in school history.

Other members of the 4 x 200 and 4 x 100 relay teams were Katharine Earle, Kalina Rock and Sara Jungersten. Earle placed second in the 100 hurdles in 16.01.