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PREVIEW: Long Beach Sends 20 To CIF State Track & Field Finals

After last night’s CIF State Track & Field first rounds, a full 20 entries from Long Beach are headed to tonight’s State Finals, with field events starting at 5 p.m. and running events at 6 p.m. We will post a live updates page so you can follow along. Here are the results from last night:

Girls’ 4×100: Long Beach Poly 1st, 47.48 (Lauren Reed, Saundria Martin, Queen Okoh, Sarah Ayer)

Boys’ 4×100: Long Beach Poly 1st, 41.28 (DeAngelo Chester, Kenyon Reed, Anthony Johnson, Keon Markham)

Girls’ 100 Hurdles: Asjah Atkinson (St. Anthony, 4th, 13.93), Rachel Glenn (Wilson, 11th, 14.51)

Boys’ 110 Hurdles: Liam Anderson (Long Beach Poly, 5th, 14.15)

Girls’ 400: Samarra Monrroy (Millikan, 2nd, 54.64)

Boys’ 400: Everett Steward (Long Beach Poly, 4th, 47.64)

Girls’ 100: Saundria Martin (Long Beach Poly, 5th, 11.83), Queen Okoh (Long Beach Poly, 12th, 11.99)

Boys’ 100: Kenyon Reed (Long Beach Poly, 7th, 10.63)

Boys’ 800: Armando Bryson (Wilson, 12th, 1:54.54), Jesus Nichol (Wilson, 17th, 1:55.67)

Girls’ 300 Hurdles: Rachel Glenn (Wilson, 1st, 41.60)

Boys’ 300 Hurdles: Liam Anderson (Long Beach Poly, 4th, 38.16)

Girls’ 200: Saundria Martin (Long Beach Poly, 4th, 24.03)

Boys’ 200: Kenyon Reed (Long Beach Poly, 6th, 21.39), DeAngelo Chester (Long Beach Poly, DNF)

Boys’ 3200: William Frankenfeld (Long Beach Poly, 6th, 9:03.94)

Girls’ 4×400: Long Beach Poly (4th, 3:48.30; Quwshaya Peters, Kenya Payne, Kennedy Butler, Samina Haddad), Wilson (6th, 3:48.59, Diona Griffith, Maya Bryson, Tyler Nettles)

Boys’ 4×400: Long Beach Poly (3rd, 3:16.87; Everett Steward, Jaelen Knox, Octavian Hall, Jaelen Johnson), Wilson (4th, 3:16.09; Armando Bryson, Jordan Weimer, Philip Jefferson, Seaver Cardoza)

Girls’ High Jump: Rachel Glenn (Wilson, 4th,5-5)

Girls’ Long Jump: Asjah Atkinson (St. Anthony, 3rd, 19-02.50)

Girls’ Discus Throw: Cherish Washington (Lakewood, 10th, 140-01)

Boys’ High Jump: Alan Tabales (Millikan, No Height)


Mike Guardabascio
An LBC native, Mike Guardabascio has been covering Long Beach sports professionally for 13 years, with his work published in dozens of Southern California magazines and newspapers. He's won numerous awards for his writing as well as the CIF Southern Section’s Champion For Character Award, and is the author of three books about Long Beach history.