The Bee's Spring All-Stars: Boys Track & Field First Team

The Fresno BeeJune 17, 2014 


Vitals: Senior, Buchanan

Stopwatch: Delivered a section Masters second-best 20 points for a team that missed a sixth straight title by one point by winning the triple jump (school-record 49-1¼), placing second in the long jump (22-9¼) and running a leg on a silver-medal 400 relay (41.77).


Vitals: Junior, Lemoore

Stopwatch: Placed second in the Masters high jump (6-7), fourth in the state (6-8) and set a school record with a season-best 6-10. He was the Tigers' first state male medalist in 16 years and their first male in the high jump.


Vitals: Junior, Clovis West

Stopwatch: Won the Masters (14-8) and placed third in the state (16-0) in the pole vault. The 16-0 is tied for second all-time for section juniors and tied for ninth all-time overall. He also placed seventh in the Masters 110 high hurdles (15.28).


Vitals: Senior, Sierra Pacific

Stopwatch: Won the Masters (school-record 183-10) and finished third in the state in the discus (183-0), becoming the five-year school's first state medalist.


Vitals: Junior, Clovis

Stopwatch: Placed second in the state 800 in 1:51.05, missing by one-hundredths of a second in a literal dive-to-the-wire finish -- the most thrilling of the finals. That school-record time is No. 5 all-time in the section and No. 18 nationally for the season. He placed second in the section Masters in the 800 (1:53.05) and 1,600 relay (3:20.91), and had the section's sixth-fastest 400 (49.82) of the season.


Vitals: Junior, Clovis North

Stopwatch: Placed second in the Masters (4:14.57) and sixth in the state (4:11.18) in the 1,600, soaring to fifth all-time in the section. Also finished third in the Masters 3,200 (9:19.33) and ran the section's seventh-fastest 800 (1:55.47) of the season.

The reporter can be reached at or @beepreps on Twitter.

The Fresno Bee is pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news. Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper. We encourage lively, open debate on the issues of the day, and ask that you refrain from profanity, hate speech, personal comments and remarks that are off point. Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.

Commenting FAQs | Terms of Service