Glendale fell to Burroughs’ boys, 105-33, and the Nitros girls lost to the Indians, 102-36.
“The girls really came through and did a good job, I think we’re probably a little deeper, a little more experienced on the girls’ side,” Crescenta Valley Coach Mark Evans said. “That showed today, I think. We pretty much dominated in the sprints and when we can do that, [along] with our distance [runners], we can score pretty well.”
Against Burroughs, the Falcons girls (4-0) were led by double-winners Jessica Beerman, who took the 100-meter dash in 12.4 seconds and the 200 in 26.64, and Melanie Samvalian, who won the shot put (36 feet- 1/2 inch) and the discus (80-3).
Cali King won the 400 in 1:01.24, Ali Johnson won the 800 in 2:29.29, Anneke Kakebeen won the 1,600 in 5:21.81 and Claudia Pham won the 3,200 in 12:05.98.
The Falcons’ 4x100 relay of Shaniece Clark, Carli Opland, Kira Guarino and Beerman won in 51.86 and the 4x400 relay of Opland, King, Hebron and Beerman won in 4:14.70.
Against Burroughs’ boys, Crescenta Valley (3-3, 3-1) got wins from Parker Averill in the 100 (11.2) and 200 (23.61) and Nick Psaltis in the shot put (45-1) and discus (116).
Bryan Young also turned in a win in the triple jump (40-6).
“Burroughs is just a team that keeps improving every single week,” Evans said. “We weren’t as sharp as we needed to be, especially on the track.
“It was just a culmination of things — we couldn’t score as many points as we needed to in the distance and their sprinters have really come along and are running really well. We just couldn’t match up with them.”
Crescenta Valley’s girls got wins over Glendale from Claudia Sepulvada in the 300 hurdles (50.80) and Kristina Gustovich in the high jump (5-0).