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Chico State dominates at home invitational

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Senior John Brunk competes in the hurdles event Saturday during the Chico State Four-Year Invitational. Photo credit: Salahadin Albutti

The Chico State men’s and women’s track and field teams competed at the Chico State Four-Year Invitational and dominated. Both teams won 12 events on the way to team wins.

Dallas Wilson led the men with two first place finishes in the shot put and discus. His marks of 48 feet, 9.5 inches and 147-8 were personal bests.

Joey Johnson won the 200-meter sprint, and Sean Gotezl took first in the 110 hurdles. Other Wildcat wins included Christopher Kaiakapu in the javelin, J Patrick Smith in the long jump and 100, Kyle Fales in the 800, Zach Long in the high jump and Jackson Price in the pole vault.

Both men’s relay teams took first place as well.

On the women’s side, Tori Mason won two individual events, the 100 hurdles and and 400 hurdles. She also was on the winning 400 relay team of Erica Arenas, Tibire Edwards and Emily Denton.

Amilia Santos won the 100, and Kasey Barnett took the pole vault and long jump. Kapri Madrid won both the discus and hammer throw, while Erin Eicholtz (800), Meghan Delamater (javelin) and Dominique Powell (high jump) all had first place finishes.

Nick Woodard can be reached at nw[email protected] or @nwoodard25 on Twitter.

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