"In the 100, I just wanted it that much more after coming so close last time. In the 200, I had a fast start and just concentrated. It's pretty good right now for me."
On the girls' side, Sophia Amodia of Glendale wins the 300 hurdles (45.78).
•May 11 — The boys' tennis team begins its playoff run with a 10-8 win against host Arroyo Grande in a CIF Southern Section Division II win against Arroyo Grande.
Having to make a 300-mile round trip, Glendale shrugs off the effects of the long bus ride and wins eight doubles sets against the defending PAC-7 League champion.
"It's the biggest win of the year for us," Davidson said. "I felt all along that our doubles were the key. I thought our doubles played as well as they have all year. They were awesome."
Leading the way in doubles was the No. 1 tandem of Jeff Asano and Elliott Kim, which sweep, 6-0, 6-3, 6-0.
•May 12 — The softball team finishes its season, besting cross-town rival Hoover, 9-5, in a Pacific League road game.
Glendale pitcher Casey Ramirez tosses a complete-game win in her final high school contest and Kristi Cabana collects two hits and drives in three runs.
"It goes to show how hard they worked and [that they] came together," said Glendale Coach Christine Paknik, whose team winds up 6-8 in league to take fifth place. "[It's] good for Casey. Her last game on the mound, it was a little bit emotional there."
•May 13 — Glendale's boys' tennis team suffers a 14-4 loss to visiting Walnut in a CIF Southern Section Division II first-round match. Glendale loses two doubles sets in tiebreakers in the first two rounds.
In doubles, the Nitros get wins from Jeff Asano and Elliot Kim, 7-5, 6-1, Alex Levin and Edgar Hakobyan, 7-5, and Rene Glandian and Sam Sarian, 6-3. Glendale finishes 13-6, 8-4 in the Pacific League for third place.
The baseball team finishes its season with a 6-1 Pacific League road loss against rival Hoover. Dillon Howard drives in Zach Fields with the lone run for the Nitros, who go 4-13, 3-11 in league for sixth place.
"That's something we've been struggling with," said Osuna, whose team strands nine runners. "We have runners in scoring position, but we can't execute. A lot of the time the kids get nervous. We were just trying to do too much."
•May 14 — At the CIF Southern Section Division II finals at Belmont Plaza pool in Long Beach, Mowry is fourth in the 100-yard butterfly (50.24 seconds) and fifth in the 100 backstroke (52.08).
•May 21 — At the CIF Southern Section Track and Field Divisional Championships at Cerritos College, Mike Davis places seventh and eighth in the Division I 200 (22.01 seconds) and 100 (10.92), respectively. The boys' 4x400 relay team of Davis, Paul Archer, Dillon Fuller and Jeffrey Massin finished sixth in 3 minutes 23.10 seconds.