• Salinas Invitational Results: Breakers set a Girls Relay Record

    The Pacific Grove High School Track team competed at the North Salinas Invitational today. Zack Miller posted a win in the long jump and 400. His 400 mark of 50.32 is second best all time for Pacific Grove High School. Kulaea Tulua won the triple jump and long jump. Douglas Dow was 4th in the 1600, Nick Coppla was 3rd in the 100, Jacob Wren was 6th in the pole vault. The girls 4 x 400 relay team won and set a new school record for the Breakers. In the attached picture is the record breaking relay team of Anna Stefanou, Taylor Rainey, Taylor Biondi and Kulaea Tulua. They posted a new record time of 4:20.02 besting the 2013 mark of 4:22.28.

    Also placing for the Breakers, Taylor Rainey winning the 300 low hurdles. Kismet Isik 4th in the frosh girls 1600 and Jake Alt placing second in the frosh soph 1600 and posting the second best all time Pacific Grove frosh soph time of 4:39.99.

    Next up for the Breakers is a cluster meet at Pacific Grove this Thursday afternoon. For full results see link below.

    Anna Stefanou, Taylor Rainey, Taylor Biondi and Kulaea Tulua.

    Anna Stefanou, Taylor Rainey, Taylor Biondi and Kulaea Tulua.






    posted to Cedar Street Times on April 9, 2016

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports


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