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Track and Field: Napa Track Club competes at Junior Olympics

Track and Field: Napa Track Club competes at Junior Olympics

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Napa Track Club’s Junior Olympic
The Napa Track Club’s Junior Olympic participants, back row, left to right: Thomas Salsman, Brendan Cardey. Front row, left to right: Lauren Cardey, Donna Roscoe, Megan Zoller. Submitted photo

The Napa Track Club wrapped up its 2010 season by sending five athletes to the 44th annual USATF National Junior Olympic Outdoor Track & Field Championships. This year’s meet was contested over a six-day span at Hughes Stadium on the campus of Sacramento City College.

The group’s lone medalist was Donna Roscoe, who had an eighth-place finish in the Midget Girls division of the 1,500-meter racewalk. She turned in a personal best time of 9:03.86, which moved her up to No. 5 on the Club’s all-time top performance list.

In the javelin throw, Brendan Cardey finished in 15th in the Intermediate division (135 feet, 1 inch), while Thomas Salsman was 18th in the Youth age group (117-3).

In the Young Women’s division, Megan Zoller finished 18th in the javelin (75- 5) and 23rd in the high jump (4-7).

Lauren Cardey also competed in the high jump but was unable to post a mark.

The Napa Track Club, which has been fielding teams for over 40 years, produced a number of excellent performances in 2010, and several athletes were able to climb into the organization’s all-time top 10 list.

Eric Zoller set a new club record in the Young Men’s 200 meters, clocking a time of 23.22 seconds at the Track City Classic in Eugene, Ore.

His 400 meters time at the same meet (52.96) is fourth-best all-time.

Sophia Marseilles etched her name into the record book four times. She now ranks fourth all-time in the Midget Girls high jump (4-4), 80-meter hurdles (16.07) and 1,500 meters (5:45), and used that versatility to post the second-best pentathlon score in the club’s history (1,680 points).

Despite only long-jumping in one meet, Megan Zoller moved up to No. 3 all-time in that event (17-3). She also finished out her club career by posting the fourth-best mark in the high jump (4-93⁄4) and fifth-best in the javelin (87-8).

Kyle Beaver moved him into sixth-place all-time in two events, the Youth Boys discus (128-2) and shot put (39-3).

Aisley Wallace Harper, the club’s youngest member, also performed well in two events, with a fifth-place ranking in the turbo javelin (34-4) and the 10th spot in the long jump (10-2).

In the Youth Boys division, Sean Carlo Uribe moved into the fourth spot all-time in the 100-meter hurdles (17.69). Thomas Salsman had the club’s eighth-best performance in the javelin (129-9).

William Marseilles moved into the third slot in the turbo javelin (57-4) for Bantam boys, while Corbin Wells now ranks sixth (46-4) in that event.

Chris Vaziri clocked the club’s fourth-fastest 1,500 meters (5:45.35) in that age group. 

Lauren Cardey’s season best in the high jump (4-9) ranks her fifth all-time in that event.

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