SRJC sprinter Christian Corbin won both the 100 (10.80 +1.0) and the 200 (21.80 +0.1) at the De Anza Invite 2/28.
30th annual Chico multi Classic
The bear cubs traveled up to Chico to compete in the first multi-event meet of the season.
Competing in her first heptathlon freshmen Julia Grimm out of Vintage High School hit the State Qualifying Standard with a total score of 3958, winning the B group and for a brief moment was the lead mark in the nation for college and professionals for 2015 (This meet is the earliest heptathlon in the nation every year, and the A group at the meet finished a few hours later). Over the seven events, Julia hit personal records in five and made the individual state qualifying standard in both the Javelin and the High Jump. Allyson Bricker had another solid Hep with the highlight coming from her 800, where she almost took it wire to wire, getting out leaned at the line by two four year athletes from Chico and Fresno-Pacific.
Returners David Hernandez and Gideon Halpin had an amazing start to their season, putting up solid marks and Personal Records. First Timer Jay Garcia, got his feet wet in his first full decathlon,
Hitting five personal bests over the 10 events. Gideon Halpin, hit a monster NorCal Qualifying mark in the Javelin, throwing over 9 meters further than his previous personal best, his mark of 51.93(107 feet) was one of the highlights of the meet. David Hernandez put together a tidy decathlon scoring a total of 5618 points, David easily hit the State Qualifying Standard.