CIF Division 4 Track & Field Prelims – Results

 Adoree Jackson hands off to Malik Roberson.

Serra’s 4×100 relay team recorded the fastest time at Prelims at 41.49. Adoree Jackson hands off to Malik Roberson. (Presidio Sports Photo)

The CIF Southern Section Ford Division 4 Track & Field Prelims were held today at Carpinteria High School. Over 140 schools had athletes competing for a chance to qualify for next week’s CIF Championships.

Find complete results HERE.

The day’s top performers included Serra’s boys 4×100 relay team. The four-man combo came into the meet with the fastest qaulifying time of 41.97. They bettered it on Saturday, recording a time of 41. 49. Of the four athletes on the team, anchor Malik Roberson, a sophomore, also won the 100 meters in 10.84. Adoree Jackson won the long jump while only attempting one jump, and Ronny Hall posted the day’s fastest time in the 400 meters with 48.47.

On the girls side, Sierra Peterson of St. Mary’s Academy ?captured the 100 meters and ran in the Belles’ winning 4×100 relay team.

St. Bonaventure’s Lavan Alston edged Serra’s Jackson in the 200 meters by a hundredth of a second.

Top local performers included Cate School’s Joshua Yaro and Joel Serugo, and Carpinteria’s Bryson Frazer.

Frazer, a junior, won his heat in the 400 meters and finished with the third-best time behind Hall and St. Bernard’s Daniel Mouton. Frazer also ran the anchor leg of the Warriors’ 4×100 relay team that finished 7th and qualified for next week’s CIF Championships.

Yaro and Serugo placed first and third, respectively, in the triple jump. Both athletes posted career-bests, with Yaro winning the event in a distance of 44’8″. Serugo, a freshman, recorded a distance of 43’3.25″

Yaro, a senior who will be attending Georgetown on a soccer scholarship, also advanced in the long jump and 200 meters.

Carpinteria's Bryson Frazer crosses the finish line after winning his heat in the 400 meters.

Bryson Frazer, from the host school Carpinteria High, crosses the finish line after winning his heat in the 400 meters.

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