The Serra Track and Field Team traveled down to Los Gatos High School on Saturday for Bellarmine's K-Bell Track and Field Invitational. The varsity squad finished 3rd out of 65 teams. Stefan Seul finished second in the shot put with a personal best throw (48-6.5) and fourth in the discus (134-10.5). Armon Plummer also earned a silver medal with his lifetime best time in the 110m High Hurdles (15.88) and was just off his best time in the 300m Intermediate Hurdles (41.22) which was good for fifth place. Kwami Jones finished just behind Plummer with the third best time of the day in the 110HH (16.65). First year sprinter Ryan Voltattorni had the fifth best time in the 200m (22.92) and also ran a solid 100m race (11.45).
Jack Allara had a busy, yet successful day to lead the Frosh Soph team. The sophomore pole vaulted (9-0), took third in the 65HH (10.27) and had the fastest time of the day in the 300IH (44.28). Obi Obodozie was also an individual champ, having the top jump in the long jump competition (20-2). Obodozie also third in both the 100m (11.62) and the 200m (23.64).
Frosh Brendon Carbullido had the third best jump in long jump (19-1) while classmate Scott Fitzpatrick earned two fifth place finishes in the 100m (11.74) and 200m (23.75). First year sophomore hurdler Charlie Quinn finished third in the 300IH (46.48). The 4x100m Relay team (Carbullido, Fitzpatrick, Orlando Fuller, Jovon Johnson) started the meet off on a high note, running the fastest time in the event out of lane 8 (46.10). The Padres finished in second place overall behind their strong performances.
The Padres open their WCAL Dual Meet season up on Wednesday as Bellarmine travels up to Freitas Field. First events will begin at 3:00.