Note: Special thanks to Matt Schwab and Diablo Valley College Athletics for this update:
Diablo Valley College freshman Strangenae Campbell won the women’s 100-meter title in a fast time of 11.44 seconds at Saturday’s CCCAA Track and Field State Championships at San Diego Mesa College.
Campbell, a 2011 Pinole Valley High graduate, also finished a second in the 200 finals in 23.78, behind Najia Hudspeth of Cerritos, who finished in 23.69. Campbell entered the meet tied for No. 2 in the nation among community college athletes in the 100 with a time of 11.42.
DVC’s Brandy Williams, a Deer Valley High graduate, was second in the women’s shot put with a personal best of 14.07 meters.
In other East Bay performances, Chabot’s Adora Garrick, a Castro Valley graduate, was second in the women’s discus with a personal best of 140-7, and the Gladiators’ Conner McKinnon of Amador Valley was third in the men’s 800 in 1:53.32, one spot ahead of Diablo Valley’s Geoffrey Weseman of West, who was timed in 1:54.11.
Chabot’s Leroy Elliott was third in the 110 hurdles in 14.55, and teammate Jason Intravaia of San Ramon Valley was fourth in the 1,500, in 4:00.27.
One year after finishing last at the Northern California meet, the DVC women wound up eighth in the state with 30.33 points. The DVC men, who placed third in the 1600 relay, finished 11th in the team standings, one spot ahead of Chabot.