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National Champions - All American Status Minimize
 

Elishia Deleon, YW, Discus, 2006
Johnny Carter, IB, TJ, 2009
Daniel Richardson, SMB, Discus, 2009
Johnny Carter, YM, TJ, 2010
Daniel Richardson, MB, Discus, 2010*
Johnny Carter, YM, TJ, 2011
Daniel Richardson, SYB, Pentathlon, 2011
Daniel Richardson, SYB, Javelin, 2011
Daniel Richardson, SYB, Discus, 2011
Johnny Carter, YM, Triple Jump, 2012
Johnny Carter, YM, Long Jump, 2012*
Daniel Richardson, YB, Discus, 2012

 

*National Record Holder

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National Medalists - All American Status Minimize
 

The Following athletes placed in the top 8 in their respective events at the National Junior Olympics.
Elishia Deleon, YW, Discus, 2006
Desirae Gonder, YW, HJ, 2006
Johnny Carter, YB, TJ, 2007
Emily Richardson, SMG, Pentathlon, 2007
Johnny Carter, IB, TJ, 2008
Asia Chesley, MG, HJ, 2008
Asia Chesely, MG, LJ, 2008
Johnny Carter, IB, TJ, 2009
Johnny Carter, IB, LJ, 2009
Asia Chesley, SYG, TJ, 2009
Asia Chesley, SYG, HJ, 2009
Daniel Richardson, SMB, Discus, 2009
Daniel Richardson, SMB, Shot Put, 2009
Daniel Richardson, SMB, Pentathlon, 2009
Johnny Carter, YM, TJ, 2010
Johnny Carter, YM, LJ, 2010
Asia Chesley, YG, LJ, 2010
Asia Chesley, YG, HJ, 2010
Daniel Richardson, MB, HJ 2010
Daniel Richardson, MB, Discus, 2010
Daniel Richardson, MB, Shot Put, 2010
Daniel Richardson, MB, Pentathlon, 2010
Johnny Carter, YM, TJ, 2011
Jacob Barger, IB, 1500m, 2011
Asia Chesley, IG, HJ, 2011
Daniel Richardson, SYB, Pentathlon, 2011
Daniel Richardson, SYB, Javelin, 2011
Daniel Richardson, SYB, Shot Put, 2011
Daniel Richardson, SYB, Discus, 2011
Johnny Carter, YM, Triple Jump, 2012
Johnny Carter, YM, Long Jump, 2012
Daniel Richardson, YB, Shot Put, 2012
Daniel Richardson, YB, Pentathlon, 2012
Daniel Richardson, YB, Discus, 2012
Bryce Huggins, YM, Long Jump, 2014
Daniel Richardson, IB, Discus, 2014
Daniel Richardson, IB, Javelin, 2014
Daniel Richardson, IB, Decathlon, 2014

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2014 Track & Field Season Minimize
 

Highlights of our atheletes will be posted here. 

 
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2014 USATF "Win with Integrity" Minimize
 

USA Track & Field is dedicated to preserving the well being of the sport, the integrity of competition, and ensuring the health of its young athletes.  As such, it has created the Win With Integrity and Win With Integrity-Clean Kids programs.

USATF's Win With Integrity Clean Kids Program provides youth athletes with educational background and motivation to ensure the next generation of track stars are clean and drug free.  Additionally, the program includes in-competition drug testing of athletes at USATF events throughout the year.

 

USA Track & Field has implemented a criminal background screening program on coaches and volunteers of youth clubs.

 

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AAU & USATF National Junior Olympic Medalists Minimize
 

2014 Junior Olympic National Medalists

BAKERSFIELD, California - August 1st, 2014
The AAU National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships were held at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and the USATF National Junior Olympics were held at Humble High School in Houston Texas. The AAU Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships is the most visible youth athletic development program in the world. Over 11,000 athletes gathered in Des Moines to compete in the week long Games. Many of today's Olympic stars began their track and field careers competing in the AAU and USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships. The weather in both venues were fantastics during the competition with temperatures in the upper 80 degrees throughout the week long competition.

Entry into these Championships is based on athlete performances at the Regional levels of the 2014 AAU and USATF track meets.. Competition takes place in single age divisions up to 8th grade and two year divisions for high school athletes, with athletes generally falling between the ages of 8 and 18. Over 11,000 top athletes came from throughout the United States to compete in Des Moines and Humble year's National Junior Olympics.

Team RAW Track Club represented the Central California Valley with a total of 5 athletes competing at the Junior Olympics. A total of four National medals were earned.

Daniel Richardson

Daniel (age group 15-16) qualified for the AAU National Junior Olympics in Des Moines Iowa. He competed in four events: the Decathlon (a series of 10 events over two consecutive days), the Discus, the Javelin, and the Long Jump.

Daniel placed 4th in the Decathlon with a personal best of 5,306 points. The Decathon consists of 10 events over two consecutive days. On Day 1, Daniel competed in the 100m, long jump, high jump, shot put, and the 400m run. Daniel placed first in the Decathlon shot put. At the end of Day 1, Daniel was in 5th place. 100m (12.28), Long Jump (18-08), High Jump (5-05), Shot Put (41-09), 400m (56.0). On Day 2, Daniel competed in the 100m Hurdles, Pole Vault, Discus, Javelin, and the 1,500m run. Daniel placed first in the Discus and Javelin. 100m Hurdles (19..27), Pole Vault (9-00), Discus (144-10), Javelin (137-11), 1,500m run (5:02.39). At the conclusion of the Decathlon, Daniel place 4th overall with a point total of 5,306. Daniel was the only athlete to win three events in the Decathlon.

In the Discus, Daniel placed 3rd overall with a throw of 149-00. This ranked amound his top throws of the season (season best is 149-07). Daniel also competed in the Javelin where he placed 7th overall with a mark of 138-06. He also competed in the long jump with a final mark of 18-03.

Daniel is the AAU West Coast Decathlon Champion, and the USATF Region 14 Decathlon Champion. Over his athletic career, Daniel's participation in the National Junior Olympics (AAU & USATF) has earned an impressive total of 17 National medals including 6 gold medals and one Junior Olympic record.

Click here to view Daniel's recruiting profile.

Bryce Huggins

Bryce (age group 17-180 qualified for the USATF National Junior Olympics in Humble Texas in the Long Jump. Bryce Huggins joined Team Raw in 2013 (part-time) for the indoor season then returned in 2014 to go the full season with lots of PB (Personal Best). He competed in the 100 meter (11.17) 200 meter (22.58) the Triple jump (43'2) and his favorite event the long jump (23'3").

Bryce traveled to Reno and won the Long jump (23'3") to become the 2014 AAU West Coast Champion against some pretty good competition. He then traveled south to San Diego to become the 2014 California State Games Champion. On July 23rd Bryce competed in Houston Texas  and placed 7th to medal with a jump of 22-05.

Congratulations to Daniel and to Bryce for their outstanding efforts in bringing home national medals from the Junior Olympics. 

Tanner Utt

Tanner (age group 15-16) qualified for the AAU National Junior Olympics in Des Moines Iowa. He competed in two events: the 800m and 1,500m. In the 800m qualifying heat, Tanner ran an impressive race with a time 2:00.64. and placed 15th overall out of 90 total competitors. He also competed in the 1,500m run with a time of 4:22.88.

Tanner is the AAU West Coast Champion in both the 800m and 1,500m.

Daizhiana Ebert (D.D.)

 

D.D. (age group 15-16) qualified for the USATF National Junior Olympics in Humble Texas.  She competed in long jump and placed 41st with a mark of 16-03.

D.D. is the AAU Region 22 Triple Jump Champion. Her track and field season best marks are: 100m 13.09, Long Jump 17-03, Tripple Jump 34-08.

DShe'Pree aizhiana Ebert (D.D.)

She'Pree (age group 15-16) qualified for the USATF National Junior Olympics in Humble Texas. She competed in Tripple Jump and placed 27th with a mark of 33-07.

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AAU Regional Qualifier - Reno NV June 2014 Minimize
 

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2014 Nutrition Tip for Sports Meals Minimize
 

So you ask yourself "What shoudl I eat the day before a track & field meet"? Well, if you want to muscles to perform at their highest levels, then you really have to prepare a few days in advance of the meet. Glycogen is a form of sugar stored in teh muscle and the liver. Glycogen is the mainsource of energy in high intensity sports. The most important consideration in a pre-event meal is to eat enough carbohydrates to refill the muscle and liver stores.

Read the following articles on pre-event meals to understand the "do's and don'ts" of eating meals before a competition.

Eating Before and Between Athletic Events
What Should I Eat Before a Track Event

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2014 Track & Field Meet Results Minimize
 

Below are track and field results from the meets that we have competed in. We are proud of the accomplishments of each athlete. With hard work and committment, new personal records have been established as well as several new team records broken.

2014 USATF Association Meet Results - Lemoore, CA
2014 AAU Regional Qualifier Meet Results - Tulare, CA
2014 AAU West Coast Junior Olympics - Reno, NV

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2014 CIF State Champion - Women's High Jump - Asia Chesley Minimize
 

CLOVIS -- A long high school career with plenty of twists and turns ended with one big jump for Stockdale senior Asia Chesley.
 
Chesley cleared 5-foot-10 on her first attempt to win a state high jump championship Saturday at the CIF State Track & Field Championships at Veterans Memorial Stadium.


 "It's happened; it's unbelievable that it's come," Chesley said. "I'm just so blessed for this opportunity. I'm so speechless. It's crazy."
 
The key for Chesley was that she cleared on the first attempt; Alexandria Florent of North Hollywood-Harvard-Westlake also jumped 5-10, but she had a miss first, so Chesley won the title.
 
"I stood there and told myself, 'OK, Asia, you need to get over this right now,'" Chesley said. "I don't want to focus too much, because I'll mess something up, but I knew I wanted no misses."
 
After both Chesley and Florent cleared 5-10, officials moved the bar to 6 feet. When Florent missed all three times, Chesley had won the title -- even though her heel barely clipped the bar on her final attempt at 6-0.
 
"I had never seen 6 feet the whole season, so I just tried to treat it like a 5-10 jump," Chesley said. "I was close."
 
Chesley finished tied for third in the state as a freshman, though her clearance was just 5-4. But she failed to qualify for the state finals as a sophomore before rebounding to take fourth last year at 5-8.
 
"It's been a great journey, with lots of ups and downs," said Chesley, who will jump for Cal. "I wouldn't trade it for anything."
 
Stuck on a personal best of 5-8 for almost a year, Chesley went boom-boom-boom in her final three meets: 5-9 at the area finals, 5-10 to win the Central Section, and then 5-10 again here for gold.
 
"She's shown a ton of perseverance," Stockdale coach Dave Lonsinger said. "Those first-hit clearances are so important, and she was so calm and just nailed it."
 
Chesley comes from a heralded athletic family. Her father, Martin, played football for USC, and six uncles played major college football, with three reaching the NFL.
 
"I'm sure my mom and dad are over there texting everybody, letting them know," Chesley said.

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