Sherman Oaks Notre Dame and Quartz Hill had some impressive performances on the first day of the Arcadia Invitational. Notre Dame won the men’s 4x110-meter seeded shuttle hurdles and Aiden Elias was second in the high jump.
Quartz Hill won the men’s 4x1,600-meter seeded relay and Lohnnie Tape-Jackson was third in the high jump.
Here are some highlights from the first day of the Arcadia Invitational track and field meet:
Nicki Ghazarian from Westlake won the girls' 3,200 rated race in 10:55.83.
Alemany’s Alex Mikrakis won the boys' high jump in 1.96 meters. Aiden Elias from Sherman Oaks Notre Dame was second at 1.91 meters and Lohnnie Tape-Jackson from Quartz Hill was third at 1.91 meters.
The Simi Valley girls were second in the 4x200 rated relay in 1:42.74. Cajon won the race in 1:42.60. Simi Valley was also the runner-up in the girls' 4x1,600 invitational relay in 20:28.71. La Costa Canyon won the race in 20:23.88.
Rio Mesa won the 4x200 boys' invitational relay in 1:26.79.
Newbury Park won the 4x800 boys' seeded relay in 7:50.23.
Quartz Hill won the 4x1,600 boys' seeded relay in 18:00.52.
Harvard-Westlake won the girls' 1,600 sprint medley invitational race in 3:56.34.
Ventura won the boys' 1,600 sprint medley invitational relay in 3:329.59.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame won the boys' 4x110 seeded shuttle hurdle race in 1:03.74.