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Track and field sport shorts, 2008

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For the 07-08 schedule or standings and stats, click on Maxpreps.com. Those athletes that qualified will compete at the Liberty Valley Championship, May 14.

The final meet for the campus team summed up there season success with two new school records.

For head coach Ericlee Gilmore, the highlight of the meet came when Janae Ford, ’09, beat the 400m school record held by Michelle Nachtigall, ’03, by .36 seconds.

“She ran a perfect race for the season,” Gilmore said. “She improved her time by over a second and she beat Michelle’s four year record.”

At the conclusion of the race, Gilmore’s wife, Dorinna, notified Ford of her accomplishment.

“She (Janae) could not stop praising God for her race,” Gilmore said. “Everytime she was asked about her race, she gave the glory to God by saying, ‘That was not me, God did it all. That is only the way I can explain it.'”

During the final meet of their high school career, seniors Whitney Chessum and Kedric Anderson left a lasting mark on FC track and field.

“Whitney once again improved her school record in the 3200m,” Gilmore said. “Kedric had an off night but he jumped well enough to get a medal. Even though he did not reach his goal of 12 feet, he had an amazing season.”

200m – 10th – Janae Ford (28.34)
400m – 5th – Ford (1:02.97) [School record]
1600m – 11th – Whitney Chessum (5:54.15)
3200m – 7th – Chessum (13:33.41) [School record]

Triple jump – Josiah Ford (37’6″)
Pole vault – 6th – Kedric Anderson (11’0″)

Despite windy conditions, both the girls’ and boys’ teams placed in the top ten teams at the Sierra Championship meet, April 30.

While the Caruthers Blue Raiders won league last week, the boys’ team placed seventh among the 13 teams.

“Our kids competed like champions at the Championship meet,” head coach Ericlee Gilmore said. “When more teams are thrown into the mix, everything changes.”

After pulling out of the triple jump due to a knee injury, freshman Andrew Evans still took fourth place in the 110m high hurdles.

“After feeling very bad for him, my wife and I decided to pray for him,” Gilmore said. “The power of prayer is effective. He ran the hurdles did his best. To God be the glory.”

Evans set two personal records in the 110m and 300m high hurdles.

Junior Janae Ford placed second in the 400m (1:05.0) while Kedric Anderson, ’08, took first in the pole vault (11’6″).

Anderson, senior Whitney Chessum, Ford, and freshman Josiah Ford and Evans will next compete at the Sierra/Sequoia Area meet at Exeter, May 7.

200m – 5th – Janae Ford (28.4)
400m – 2nd – Ford (1:05.0)

110m high hurdles – 4th – Andrew Evans (17.2)
110m high hurdles – 5th – Josiah Ford (17.7)
High jump – 4th – Kedric Anderson (5’4″)
Triple jump – 4th – Ford (40’1″)
Pole Vault – 1st – Anderson (11’6″)

Three meets throughout the week drained four out of the five Eagle athletes at the Reedley Kiwanis Invitational, April 25, preventing them from setting personal records.

Despite being sick for two days, the added rest propelled senior Whitney Chessum to break her 3200m time by 2 seconds.

“I am very proud for these athletes who qualifed to compete at this meet,” head coach Ericlee Gilmore said. “I am very pleased in how Whitney ran her race. She is coming on strong at just the right time of the season.”

Despite his tired state, senior Kedric Anderson came close to clearing 12 feet in the pole vault.

“When he is rested,” Gilmore said, “he should be able to do it.”

3200m – Whitney Chessum (12:37.39) [school record]

3200m – Doug Daniel (12:36)
Discus – Abel Carreon (96’3″)
Long jump – Josiah Ford (18’3″)
Pole Vault – Kedric Anderson (11’6″)

After a two-week hiatus for the majority of the team, FC competed at League Championships hosted by Fowler, April 23.

The break failed to slow the girls’ team success as they placed third and numerous personal records were set amongst the girls’ and boys’ teams.

“I am so proud of our team and how they pushed past the fatigue and pain and still achieved 30 PR’s,” head coach Ericlee Gilmore said. “I am most proud of our four seniors who lead the team by their performance and encouragement. They truly led by example.”

As the only male senior on the team, senior Kedric Anderson’s willingness to compete and his success in four events acted as a testament to his work ethic.

“Kedric had a monster day,” Gilmore said. “He first jumped a PR in the high jump to claim third place, then improved his school record by 3 inches in the pole vault by jumping 11’9″ and won the event.”

While the boys did not place in the top three, the girls’ team finished third with 77 points as Liberty had 117 and Fowler won the event with 214 points.

A discus throw of 81’1″ propelled senior Daniele Wilborn to a personal record and placed second.

“She is only seven feet away from the school record,” Gilmore said. “She also placed fourth in the shot put.”

The goal to beat her previous triple jump record was overcome as senior Ellie Wilhelm with a mark of 27’6″.

Despite only setting two personal records in the 800m 1600m, senior Whitney Chessum also won the 3200m with a time of 13:02.

Six athletes: seniors Whitney Chessum and Kedric Anderson, sophomore Doug Daniel and freshmen Andrew Evans, Josiah Ford and Abel Carreon, qualified for the next the Reedley Kiwanis Invitational, April 25.

100m – 5th – Michelle Graham (14.9)
200m – 3rd – Janae Ford (28.1)
400m – 2nd – Ford (1:02.9)
800m – 1st – Whitney Chessum (2:46.0)
1600m – 1st – Chessum (5:56.4)
3200m – 1st – Chessum (13:02)
4×100 – 3rd – Ford, Courtney Franz, Sam Gutierrez, Graham (59.0)
4×400 – 3rd – Ford, Jen Boudreau, Graham, Ellie Wilhelm (5:30)
300m high hurdles – 6th – Boudreau (1:00.5)
Shot put – 4th – Daniele Wilborn (25’6″)
Discus – 2nd – Wilborn (81’1″)
Triple jump – 5th – Wilhelm (27’6″)

400m – 6th – Jesse Todd (56.2)
800m – 6th – Todd (2:19.0)
1600m – 3rd – Doug Daniel (5:04.2) [school record]
3200m – 3rd – Daniel (11:28.3)
4×100 – 4th – Kedric Anderson, Todd, Abel Carreon, Josiah Ford (49.7)
110m high hurdles – 3rd – Ford (18.3)
110m high hurdles – 4th – Andrew Evans (18.5)
300m – 4th – Evans (46.1)
Discus – 4th – Abel Carreon (108’4″)
High jump – 2nd – Anderson (5’8″)
Triple jump – 1st – Ford (41’1″)
Triple jump – 6th – Anderson (37’0″)
Pole vault – 1st – Anderson (11’9″) [school record]
The campus track & field team next will next compete at Reedley Kiwanis Invitational, April 25.

In their second qualifying competition between team meets, FC sent three athletes to the Sanger Metric Classic, April 18.

Although he failed to place in the 3200m, Doug Daniel, ’10, broke the school record with his time of 11:12.

Among the numerous freshman and sophomores at the meet, Josiah Ford, ’11, placed third in the triple jump (38’6″).

3200m – Doug Daniel (11:12) [school record]
Triple jump – 3rd – Josiah Ford (38’6″)
Pole vault – Kedric Anderson (11’6″)

With two weeks in-between team meets, four FC athletes qualified and competed at the Lemoore Invitational, April 14.

Freshman Josiah Ford placed first with his triple jump mark of 39’10”.

“Just to have the opportunity to compete at this meet was good especially for the two freshman,” head coach Ericlee Gilmore said. “I was very excited about Josiah’s jump and place. I know for sure he will hit 40 feet in the triple jump by the end of next year.”

Ford’s improvement each meet is a rare occurrence among track athletes.

“He has had three meets in a row where he has had a personal record,” Gilmore said. “That rarely happens.”

3200m – Whitney Chessum (13:01)

110m high hurdles – 7th – Andrew Evans (18.3)
110m high hurdles – 8th – Josiah Ford (18.4)
300m high hurdles – 7th – Evans (45.8)
Long jump – Ford (16’10”)
Triple jump – 1st – Ford (39’10”)
Pole vault – Kedric Anderson (10’6″)

Although FC competed with pride against Liberty and Riverdale, Liberty dominated most events at Riverdale, April 9.

Some athletes made personal records at the meet regardless of the unfavorable terrain.

“In spite of the dirt track and grass runway,” head coach Ericlee Gilmore said, “we still had some personal records. Josiah Ford (’11) in the triple jump, John Carreon (’10) and Janae Ford (’10) in the sprints and Whitney Chessum (’08) in the distance events.”

Chessum was sick and did not compete at the Buchanan Relays last weeked and was upbeat about her performance at Riverdale.

“I was feeling really good about running today even though it was a dirt track,” Chessum said. “I was really excited when I found out I would be competing against the guys in my race. I actually beat 4 guys in the 2-mile race. My adrenaline was really flowing and I guess eating properly really made a difference.”

With less than two weeks before Sierra League Championships, Gilmore hopes to place athletes in their best events to score the most points for the team.

The team’s points are based on the individual’s place after each event.

Four athletes qualified for the meet at Lemoore, April 11: senior Kedric Anderson, pole vault; freshman Josiah Ford, triple jump and long jump; freshman Andrew Evans, 110m and 300m hurdles; and freshman Abel Carreon, 100m and discus. Chessum also qualified for the 2-mile race.

100m – Michelle Graham (15.0)
200m – 2nd – Janae Ford (29.1)
400m – 1st – Ford (1:08.2)
1600m – 1st – Whitney Chessum (6:11,1)
3200m – 1st – Chessum (13:16)
4x400m – 2nd – Ford, Chessum, Graham, Ellie Wilhelm (5:31)
300m high hurdles – Wilhelm (1:12.3)
Shot put – 2nd – Kelsey Hart (21’2″)
Discus – 2nd – Hart (57’10”)
Long jump – 2nd – Graham (12’0)
Triple jump – Wilhelm (25’6″)

100m – Abel Carreon (12.3)
200m – John Carreon (26.2)
400m – 1st – John Carreon (58.0)
400m – 3rd – Jesse Todd (1:01.1)
800m – Todd (2:24)
1600m – Doug Daniel (5:22)
3200m – 1st – Daniel (11:53)
4x100m – 2nd – Kedric Anderson, John, Abel, Josiah Ford (50.6)
4x400m – 3rd – John, Andrew Evans, Scott Thao, Todd (4:24)
300m hurdles – 2nd – Evans (48.0)
300m hurdles – Nathan Hinojosa (58.5)
Shot put – Abel (32’4″)
Discus – 1st – Abel (110’9″)
Long jump – Ford (17’6″)
Triple jump – 1st – Ford (39’2″)

In their second league meet of the season, FC’s track team dominated both the boys’ and girls’ events against Caruthers, April 2.

Despite the foreign track, FC’s throwers were able to break previous records.

“We ran on a dirt track so the times were definitely slower than running on a rubber track,” head coach Ericlee Gilmore said. “We did have lots of personal records in the field events. There were 6 PRs with juniors Scott Orcutt and Andrew Rurik improving the most.”

Under the supervision of former NAIA National track and field Decathlon champion Ben Bogdenoff, Fresno Pacific graduate, senior Daniele Wilborn improved her discus throw by five feet.

Sprinter Ryan Brunn, ’08, remains undefeated in league in both the 100m and 200m.

“Even though he had a cramp in his right calf in the last 50m of the 200m, he was able to grimace and hold on for the victory,” Gilmore said. “He truly did what our motto says this year, ‘Press on toward the goal to win the prize’.”

The campus track & field team next will next compete in the SWSL meet at the Buchanan West Coast Relays, April 4, and at Riverdale, April 9.

100m – 1st – Michelle Graham (14.3)
200m – 1st – Janae Ford (29.0)
400m – 1st – Ford (1:07.8)
1600m – 1st – Whitney Chessum (6:20)
3200m – 1st – Chessum (13:37)
4x100m – 1st – Ford, Lindsay Franz, Sam Gutierrez, Graham (57.4)
4x400m – 1st – Ford, Franz, Graham, Ellie Wilhelm (5:30)
300m high hurdles – 1st – Jen Boudreau (1:05.1)
300m high hurdles – 2nd – Wilhelm (1:08.2)
Shot put – 2nd – Daniele Wilborn (25′ 6″)
Discus – 1st – Wilborn (75′ 4″)
Long jump – 2nd – Gutierrez (12’0)
Triple jump – 2nd – Wilhelm (25′ 11″)

100m – 1st – Ryan Brunn (11.9)
200m – 1st – Brunn (24.9)
400m – 2nd – John Carreon (1:00)
800m – 2nd – Jesse Todd (2:26)
1600m – 2nd – Doug Daniel (5:24)
3200m – 2nd – Daniel (12:02)
4 x 100m – 1st – Brunn, John Carreron, Abel Carreron, Josiah Ford (48.8)
300m hurdles – 2nd – Nathan Hinojosa (54.4)
Shot put – 3rd – Abel Carreron (33′ 9″)
Discus – 3rd – Abel Carreron (99′ 6″)
High jump – 1st – Kedric Anderson (5’6″)
High jump – 2nd – Brunn (4’6″)
Long jump – 3rd – Anderson (17’6″)
Triple jump – 1st – Ford (38′ 11″)
Triple jump – 2nd – Anderson (35’1″)

Amidst the 28 teams in attendance at the Exeter Monarch Invite, five Eagle athletes received medals, March 28.

The distance runners held to most success at the meet with each athlete running a personal record.

“Our distance crew did a phenomenal job,” head coach Ericlee Gilmore said. “Whitney (Chessum) is back running like she did last year. Doug (Daniel) was on fire. He was definitely in the zone for the 3200. His second mile was faster than his first mile. That seldom happens.”

After breaking the school record for the 3200m, Doug also ran a leg in the 4x400m relay directly following.

“Doug was so excited about his record performance that he wanted to run again,” Gilmore said. “We had a spot open for him because Jesse was absent.”

In the 100m both Ryan Brunn, ’08, and Able Carreron, ’11, ran superb races both setting personal records.

“Brunn is making is case of being one of the top 10 runners in the Valley,” Gilmore said. “I am convinced that Abel is the fastest thrower in the Valley. He is running faster than some of our sprinters and his best events are the shot and discus. He will definitely be our secret weapon for the league championships.”

Freshman Andrew Evans continued the team’s success by besting his previous marks in the hurdles.

“Andrew improved his time in both the 110m high hurdles and the 300m low hurdles,” Gilmore said. “He almost did not get to run the 300H. But after pleading with the starting judge, he had grace and let Andrew run in the fast, large school heat. That did not phase Andrew and he ran his best race, just missing a medal.”

Gilmore feels his freshman athletes provide the program future success.

“I firmly believe that these three freshman, Abel Carreron, Josiah Ford, and Andrew Evans, are doing well because of there experience last year on the junior high track team,” Gilmore said. “Just like any other sport, the earlier you are apart of it, the better you can become as you mature.”

200m ? Janae Ford (29.09)
400m ? 3rd – Janae Ford (1:06.09)
1600m – Whitney Chessum (6:12)
3200m – Chessum (13:10)
Triple jump – Ellie Wilhelm (25?1″)
Discus ? Daniele Wilborn (69?11?)
Discus – Lindsay Franz (53?0)
Discus – Kelsey Hart (51?8)
4x400m ? Michelle Graham, Ford, Guiterrez, Ellie Wilhelm (5:11)

100m ? 4th – Ryan Brunn (11.46)
100m – Abel Carreon (12.06)
200m – Brunn (23.96)
200m- John Carreon (26.24)
400m – John Carreon(58.96)
1600m – Doug Daniel (5:11)
1600m – Frank Daniel (5:50)
3200m ? Doug Daniel (11:17) [school record]
3200m – Nathan Hinojosa (13:46)

The teams will next compete in the SWSL meet at Caruthers, April 2, starting at 4 P.M.

While the Fowler Redcats won the WSL meet, individual Eagle track athletes competed at a high level, March 26.

“Our athletes competed at a high level,” head coach Ericlee Gilmore said. “Many of our athletes scored varsity letter points at the meet.”

Senior Kedric Anderson placed first in the pole vault in spite of using the wrong pole that was not appropriate for his length or weight. In addition he placed first in the high jump in spite of doing it for the very first time.

“Kedric had no practice at all,” Gilmore said. “He catches on quickly. I knew he would be a great jumper when I coached him in basketball earlier in the year.”

The boys 4x100m relay team improved by over two seconds and almost caught Fowler at the tape.

“I know that we will be able to beat Fowler by the championships,” Gilmore said. “We will continue to practice our handoffs more and more.”

Sophomore Doug Daniel continues his quest to run under 5 minutes in the mile. He ran a personal record and is now only 11 seconds away from the school record. Daniel earned his first points for a varsity letter by placing 3rd in the 1600 and 2nd in the 3200.

“The best moment for me came in the 100m dash when I signed up all the boy throwers to race against each other,” Gilmore said. Doug wanted to race too so he jumped in the race as well. After much talk from Scott Orcutt bragging he was faster than Doug, it was now going to be proven. Scott had a much better start and was ahead for 80m and then out of nowhere Doug passed him at the finish. Even though (freshman) Abel Carreron beat them all; Doug was overjoyed because he had beaten Scott.”

Amidst the many details to host a track meet, numerous helpers enabled the meet to end before 7 P.M.

“We finished at 6:45 so thanks for all who helped,” Gilmore said. “We could not of done it without the teachers and parents who helped.”

400m – 2nd – Janae Ford (1:07.3)
800m – 2nd – Ford (2:54)
1600m – 1st – Whitney Chessum (6:29)
3200m – 1st – Chessum (14:00)
Shot put – 1st – Daniele Wilborn (26’1″)
Shot put – 3rd – Lindsay Franz (24’10”)
Discus – 3rd – Wilborn (70’11”)
Triple jump – 2nd – Ellie Wilhelm (24’5″)

100m – 1st – Ryan Brunn (11.6)
200m – 1st – Brunn (23.8)
400m – 3rd – John Carreon (58.9)
1600m – 3rd – Doug Daniel (5:16)
3200m – 2nd – Daniel (12:00)
4 x 100m – 2nd – Josiah Ford, Jesse Todd, Carreon, Brunn (47.5)
4 x 400m – 2nd – Carreon, Andrew Evans, Scott Thao, Todd (4:17)
110m hurdles – 2nd – Evans (17.8)
110m hurdles – 3rd – Ford (19.2)
300m hurdles – 2nd – Evans (46.2)
Discus – 2nd – Joe Hergenroeder (103’9″)
Discus – 3rd – Abel Carreon (102’1″)
High jump – Kedric Anderson (5’6″)
Pole vault – 1st – Anderson (10’0″)
Long jump – 3rd – Ford (17’9″)
Triple jump – 2nd – Ford (36’9″)
Triple jump – 3rd – Anderson (33’11”)

In an effort to alleviate track and field’s expenses, 70 athletes, from 3-12 grades, ran in the 8th annual Jog-a-thon, March 12.

Before the 30-minute race, each runner took pledges from students, teachers and family members towards each lap. On average, each athlete ran 15-18 laps on the 300m track.

“The average distance run was about 3 miles,” Ericlee Gilmore, head coach, said. ” So if you add it all up, the track teams ran 210 miles which is equivalent to 8 marathons. Some of the distance runners even ran 20 laps.”

Amidst the fundraising success, sophomores Doug Daniel and Jesse Todd broke the previous record (21 laps) with their 23 lap effort.

“Will Hierholzer, ’07, cheered on Doug so he could reach his goal,” Gilmore said. “Doug ran with purpose because he knew Will would sponsor him a dollar lap if he could break the record. That says a lot from a poor college student like Will.”

After the race and sealing the school record, Daniel feels confident with the results.

“I was extremely tired after the race, but it was worth it to raise the money,” Daniel said. “I raised close to $1000 last year, but I know I did make as much this time around.”

A few parents also participated in the Jog-a-thon to encourage those raising money.

The amount raised will not be certain until each athlete turns in their money on March 25th.

“We are hoping for $7500,” Gilmore said. “We want to buy a high jump pit and some automatic timing devices.”

At the conclusion of the race, about 160 parents and athletes enjoyed a delicious gourmet picnic meal including: a burger on whole wheat buns, walnut and cranberry baby green salad, oranges, all organic lemon and chocolate cupcakes and Italian Pizzelles cookies.

“The weather was perfect and the younger kids loved running with the older ones,” Gilmore said. “The only setback was the long line to
eat because the burgers were cooking too slow. It was definitely a fun, fabulous, and family atmosphere.”

Athletic director Chris Schultz appreciated the tireless work the coaching staff spent to make the event a success.

“Having all the track programs come together in a single event helps promote the integration of the entire Fresno Christian community,” Schultz said. “It’s an outstanding way to allow kids and parents to interact with each other while providing a fundraising opportunity for the track team. I had a blast out there and Coach Gilmore and his staff are to be commended for their vision and effort in putting this all together.”

The track & field team next will host a West Sierra League meet at Fowler, March 26.

While some runners already ran a week earlier in the Buchanan Distance Classic, head coach Ericlee Gilmore brought the rest of his team to compete in the Fowler Redcat Relays, March 1.

Senior Kedric Anderson set a new school record in the pole vault even though he had not competed in the event since junior high.

“I was very excited to see Kedric jump,” Gilmore said. “After taking a four year break, Kedric jumped like he had been doing it all four years of high school. With some more practice, I know he will break his own record (11′) again.”

Since poles can cost around $300 a piece, Anderson borrowed a pole from a Selma competitor. Each pole varies size and strength depending on the weight and jumping ability of the athlete.

“I used a 165 lbs. pole instead of a 150 lbs. pole,” Anderson said, so I couldn’t bend it very well. If I could have had one more attempt, I think I could have made 11′ 6″. I’ll make it next meet for sure.”

While the boys’ team was awarded the 1st place medal, senior Whitney Chessum and junior Janae Ford had success in their events.

“Janae started right where she left off from last year in the 300H by placing fourth (55.0),” Gilmore said. “She also ran the 100m for the very first time and placed 5th (14.2).”

In recent years, the girls’ team has more success than the boys’, but Gilmore feels the tide may change this season.

“I can finally say after eight years of coaching track and field at FC, our boys’ team is going to have more success than the girls’ this year,” Gilmore said. “The reasons are they outnumber the girls almost two to one and they have more experience.”

The teams will next hold their annual Jog-a-thon fundraiser, March 12.

100m – 5th – Janae Ford (14.2)
3200m – Whitney Chessum (13:52)
300m hurdles – 4th – Ford (55.0)

100m – 3rd – Ryan Brunn (12.0)
110 High hurdle relay – 1st – Brunn, Josiah Ford, Andrew Evans
Triple jump – 5th – Ford (37′ 8″)
Shot put – 4th – Joe Hergenroeder (108′ 1 “)
Pole vault – 2nd – Kedric Anderson (11′)

Amidst the pouring rain, 29 teams competed at the Buchanan Distance Classic, Feb. 22, to kick off the 2008 track and field season.

FC was represented by seniors Whitney Chessum and Ellie Wilhelm, junior Janae Ford and sophomore Doug Daniel.

“They had stayed in shape after cross country so that is why they had the opportunity to compete,” coach Ericlee Gilmore said. “All of them did very well considering the conditions they ran in.”

Daniel’s off-season training after cross country allowed him to compete at a high level in track’s first meet.

“After all the hard work and all the miles of running, it is really paying off for Doug,” Gilmore said. “To beat the school record for the 3200m in the first meet of the year is a sweet deal. I am looking forward to how good he can be this year.”

The main goal for Daniel’s in the off-season was to beat the school record for the 3200m (11:28.2) in the first meet. He narrowly beat the mark by one second.

“I knew it was going to be close because there was a timer by the track,” Daniel said. “When I trained I spend 8th period in conditioning class, then an hour of weightlifting and finish by running for another hour. After breaking the record, it was definitely worth it.”

Despite running the 800m for the first time since her freshman year, Ford placed 19 out of 83 runners with her time of 2:45.9.

“After she figures out how to pace herself,” Gilmore said, “I think she can really do well and score some points for us in the 800.”

800m – 19th place – Janae Ford (2:45.9)
1600m – Whitney Chessum (6:30.7)
1600m – Ellie Wilhelm (7:07.8)

800m – Doug Daniel (2:57.6)
1600m – Daniel (5:38.6)
3200m – Daniel (11:27.2)

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