GB, Oakmont, Rocklin girls get solid results at CSUS

By: Staff Report
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A trio of local sophomores was the story of the girls events at the Sacramento State Track Classic Saturday. A one-two finish by a pair of Granite Bay sophomore distance runners and a pair of second-place results by Oakmont sprinter Jazmin Harper were the weekend’s headline grabbers at Sac State. Brooke Holt of Granite Bay broke the tape in the 1,500-meter competition in 4:48.53. Holt’s Grizzly teammate Christine Zavesky was next to finish, claiming second-place in 4:53.31. Oakmont’s Kristine Lozoya finished 11th. Holt (fifth place) and Zavesky (10th) also finished in the top ten at 800 meters, where Rocklin senior Samantha Bartels took seventh place. Harper ran a 12.83 to close out second in the 100 meters and then recorded a 26.11 time to take second at 200 meters. Sophomore Maddie Lummus of Granite Bay was fourth in the 200 and also finished fifth in the 400-meter. Woodcreek senior Kayla Kamaka was fifth in the 100-meter hurdles, with Rocklin senior Tess Downs on her heels in sixth place. Downs was also seventh in the 300-meter hurdles. Kamaka and Granite Bay sophomore Katie Zingheim shared the title in the pole vault after successfully clearing the bar at 11-feet, while Oakmont junior Ferrin Peterson finished fourth and Rocklin senior Emily Shields took fifth. Rocklin’s 4x400-meter relay team (Bartels, Shields, Morgan Smith and Elyse Rowen) captured sixth place. Smith was among a large group that tied for third place in the girls high jump as everyone topped out at 4-foot-8-inches. Rocklin senior Allysa Johnson and sophomore Olivia Lane were also part of that group, as was Granite Bay sophomore Brittany Hince. Granite Bay senior Amy Feulner was outstanding in the throwing events, taking second in the discus and third in the shot put.