Hollister High totaled 131 points to capture the 10-team
Samuelson Co-Ed Relays Saturday at Andy Hardin Field.
Hollister High totaled 131 points to capture the 10-team Samuelson Co-Ed Relays Saturday at Andy Hardin Field.
The 10-team field was the biggest ever, according to Baler boys track and field coach Randy Logue. North County was second with 85 points.
The Baler frosh-soph were also overall champs with 118.5 points.
Jonathan Rivera anchored the 4-by-880-yard relay with a swift time of 2:02. Rivera ran the commando run leg under six minutes.
Chris Stephens, Clay Peer and Juan Rodriguez performed well in the weights and also won the weightman’s relay. Jesse Rice looked good in the 4-by-220 and 4-by-440, Logue said.
Victor Hernandez, a frosh-soph runner, placed in an odd mix of events – the 4-by-110, 4-X commando run and the 4-by-400 relay. In the hurdles, Siljef Tabancay and Justin Tungate performed well, according to Logue.
The Balers are at the Soquel Relays Saturday.