5/22/09 CIF Finals Cerritos College Santa Maria Times Article Arroyo Grande senior Austin Field won the boys Division II shot put championship with a career best 62-4 3/4. He was the top qualifier for the sectional Masters Meet which will take place next Saturday at Cerritos. Those with the top 12 field event marks, regardless of division, advanced. The top nine in each running event (except for the 1,600 and 3,200, the top 12 advanced there) also moved on. Masters Meet field events will start at 4:30 p.m. Running events will start at 6. Field has been battling an “on-and-off,” lower back problem. He hurt his lower back at the PAC-7 League Finals earlier this month. Saturday, “My technique felt really good,” said Field. “I’ve been working on being fluid and smooth across the ring.” Area Masters Meet qualifiers included Field in the boys shot put; Sua in the boys discus; Loya, teammate Mariah Vail and Arroyo Grande’s Brooke Shepard in the girls shot put Shepard was the 2008 Division II girls shot put champion. She settled for second place with a 41-1 1/4, after fouling her last three throws, and a second straight Masters appearance. She threw fairly close to her career best 139-8 in the discus. “I thought the day went pretty well,” she said. “I’m happy to be moving on to the next week, with the chance to get better every week.”

5/16/09 CIF Division II Prelims (Top 9 finishers in each event make it to CIF Finals) MOORPARK — Arroyo Grande senior Austin Field hurt his lower back last week, but he sure seemed healthy Saturday. Field had to retire after his second shot put at the PAC-7 League Finals last week because of his injury. Saturday, though, he popped a personal best 61-2. He was the second qualifier. He broke 60 feet for the first time. Field was the only Arroyo Grande boys qualifier. Several Eagles girls moved through, including defending Division II shot put champion Brooke Shepard. Shepard was the top qualifier in the shot put with a personal best 43-8. She also led the discus qualifiers with a 130-9. Other Eagles girls qualifiers included Karlee Owens (seventh in the 1,600, 5:14.18); Rachel Murphy (10 feet in the pole vault); Kelsey Wagner (ninth in the discus at 112-5); and McKenzie Goldman (eighth in the 800 in a personal best 2:19.64).


5/7/09 PAC 7 League Finals at Atascadero HS Boys Win League!!!!! Girls Place 2nd!!!!
League Individual Champions
Girls Discus-Kelsey Wagner (132'0) Shot Put- Brooke Shepard (41'7) Boys 1600m-Hugo Gutierrez (4:30) 3200m-Hugo Gutierrez (9:57) Long Jump-Bo Cabalar (20'3) Discus-Austin Field (162'11) Shot Put-Austin Field (59'8) Boys 4x400m relay (3:28) (Christian, John, L.T., Uriel)
Tribune Article:
One of the day’s enjoyable surprises, which didn’t involve a San Luis Obispo runner, was seeing Arroyo Grande’s Karlee Owens step onto the track for the girls 1,600. Owens has been nursing an injured hip since competing last month at the Mt. SAC relays. The injury has been so tough to fight through that Owens has gone through limited workouts and didn’t compete in the league’s prelims last weekend. Instead, it took a coaches vote to place her as the 13th runner in a typical 12 runner field so she could try to qualify for the Southern Section Division II meet. “Thankfully a lot of coaches agreed and let me in,” Owens said. “I was real happy and thankful for that. I was really glad to run.” But even with a new lease on life, Owens lacked her typical luster. She hung with the pack the whole race and when she didn’t feel comfortable with her kick on the last lap, she settled for second in 5:21.64. The time was well off her record-setting mark last year of 5:05.63. “Today was personally about being able to finish and qualify,” she said. “Basically it was if I feel good enough go out and challenge it and if not just qualify.” Should she feel up to it, Owens time was plenty fast enough to qualify under the 5:45.14 mark. In the field events, Arroyo Grande’s Brooke Shepard scored a minor upset of Atascadero’s Markita Hinton. Shepard threw 41-7 1⁄2 and Hinton was exactly two inches shorter. On the boys side, Arroyo Grande’s Austin Field won the shot put with a throw of 59-8, which nearly flew beyond the pit. His distance was nearly 7 feet better than Zach Nagengast of Paso Robles, who finished second. Field also had an equally dominating discus win. He threw 162-11, topping second-place finisher Lance Thibault (151-6) from Paso Robles and Nagengast (150-10). On the track, Nipomo won the 400 relay (43.31) and Arroyo Grande (43.58) was a very close second.
Santa Maria Times Article:
The winners of each event automatically moved on to the CIF Southern Section Division II Preliminary Meet which takes place May 16 at Moorpark High School. Second and third-place finishers advanced if they met pre-set standards. Others advanced if they met tougher at-large and free lance standards. Arroyo Grande’s boys were going after the league title Paso Robles took away from them last year. The Eagles were in front at press time Thursday night, leading the second-place Bearcats 103-91. Arroyo Grande was unbeaten in league dual meets this past season. Paso Robles was 5-1. San Luis Obispo’s girls were running away with the team title at press time. “Getting the league championship was a big motivation for us,” said Arroyo Grande senior Hugo Gutierrez. “We’d talked about it in practice this week.” Gutierrez had already done his part for the Eagles by winning the 1,600 in 4:30.23. “I had it in mind to stay toward the front, then pass (the leader) the last 200 yards, and I was able to do that,“ Gutierrez said. While the evening was still young, Austin Field (discus, 162-11) and Bo Cabalar (long jump, 20-3) had contributed wins toward the Eagles’ title run Thursday night. Though Britt came up just short, Nipomo had plenty of big moments Thursday night. The Titans’ 400 relay team of Eric Penningroth, Britt, Harley Diaz and Akeem King won in 43.31 and broke a school record. Nipomo’s Cody Wiseman was an upset winner in the 110 hurdles, winning in 15.33. His prior best was 15.93. Pioneer Valley’s Andy Pinon was a close second, in 15.37. “All our handoffs were great, and that was huge for us,” Diaz said after the relay. “All the guys got off fast right before the handoffs.” King said, “We’d been working hard in practice all week. That’s what (got us the record). That and coaching.” King broke the triple jump meet record by an inch with a winning 44-2. Arroyo Grande senior Brooke Shepard is the defending CIF Division II Southern Section shot put champion. She had her best series of the season Thursday night. Shepard’s winning throw was 41-7 1/2, her best this season. She had four throws over 40 feet. She would have beaten her career best of 41-8 on her last throw, but she fouled. “I was following the flight of the (shot put) ball, and I fell out of the ring early,” Shepard said ruefully. “We had two weeks off (no meets) before today, and I was able to put all that energy into today,” Shepard said. “That helped. My speed in the ring and my height on my throws both helped me get,” the big series. Eagles distance star Karlee Owens had been plagued by a strained quadriceps muscle. Obviously running cautiously, she still qualified for the Division II preliminaries easily in her favorite race, the 1,600. Owens finished second, behind winner Kathleen Utywaald of San Luis Obispo, in 5:21.64. Uyttwaal won in 5:19.04. “I just wanted to finish and, hopefully, advance,” Owens said. “I found out that the league coaches voted Monday night to let me move on to the finals (even though I couldn’t run in the league preliminaries last Saturday). I’m very grateful to them for that.” Field threw a warm-up shot put toss out of the 60-foot ring, then clutched his lower back after his second throw that counted. He was done for the evening. The 59-8 on his first throw looked to be enough for Field to win at press time. “It could be a few things, but it looks like a herniated disc,” Arroyo Grande throws coach Steven Field said of Field’s injury. “We’re hoping he’ll be able to go (in the divisional preliminaries), but at this point I have no idea.”

4/24/09 Nipomo Dual Meet Girls: Arroyo Grande 75, Nipomo 56 Boys: Arroyo Grande 76, Nipomo 60 Austin Field threw for two personal bests with a 58-5.5 toss in the shot put and a 176-0 mark in the discus in the Eagles’ PAC 7 home win. Hugo Gutierrez was the only other Eagle to post a two-win day with his 4:43 in the 1,600 and 10:13 in the 3,200. Despite the loss, the Titans boys won 10 of the 16 events with multiple wins from Akeem King in the 100 (11.38) and triple jump (43-11), Cody Wiseman in the 110 hurdles (15.93) and 300 hurdles (41.55) and Kevin Britt in the 400 (51.4) and 200 (22.93). The Eagles’ Emma Weinreich won two individual events and participated on two winning relays on the girls side. Weinreich won the 200 (27.22) and 400 (1:02.12). Brooke Shepard added wins for Arroyo Grande in the discus (131-1.5) and shot put (41-7.5). Nipomo’s Kelsie Jarratt was the only two-event winner for Nipomo. She won the pole vault (10-6) and the triple jump (31-9).


Click on the Mt. Sac logo to View Karlee Owens School Record run and Win in the Invite 3200m at Mt. Sac!

4/17-4/18 Mt. Sac Relays Article from Santa Maria Times about Saturday Results A.G. distance relay team wins WALNUT — Arroyo Grande’s boys 4x1, 600-meter relay team won the seeded section at the Mt. SAC Invitational with a combined 18:22 at Mount San Antonio College Saturday. Splits were 4:38 for Cullen Cali, 4:47 for Jose Corona, 4:33 for Dan Smith and 4:24 for anchor man Hugo Gutierrez. Gutierrez finished fifth in 2:00.1 in the boys seeded 800 later. Arroyo Grande senior Brooke Shepard fared well in the toughest high school division Saturday. She finished second in the girls invitational discus with a 137-9. Meanwhile, teammate Rachel Murphy tied her personal best with a 10-6 in the girls seeded pole vault. The Eagles’ Austin Field placed third in the boys invitational shot put with a personal best 57-9 1/2. He was fourth in the invitational discus at 169-8. Teammate Sean Brown placed second in the boys open shot put at 48-1. A day after her winning 10:48 in the girls invitational 3,200, Arroyo Grande senior Karlee Owens finished eighth in 2:18 in the invitational 800. Teammate McKenzie Goldman finished fourth in a personal best 2:22.6 in the seeded 800.

4/17-4/18 Mt. Sac Relays Article from the Santa Maria Times on Karlee Owens Track and Field — Owens wins at Mt. SAC WALNUT — Arroyo Grande senior Karlee Owens ran “the perfect race for her,” said Eagles coach Sean Ricketts. Ricketts spoke by phone Friday after Owens won the girls invitational 3,200 at the prestigious Mt. SAC Invitational in 10:48.0 at Mount San Antonio College. Owens shattered her previous best “by more than 35 seconds,” Ricketts said. “She kept moving up through the pack through the whole race. She followed the race plan to a ‘T’.” Owens negative-split the race, with a 5:32 first 1,600 and a 5:16 the last half. “Her last 800 was awesome,” said Ricketts. “She ran 2:28.0.” “I pretty much tried to hang with the pack,” Owens said by phone. “Then it opened up, and I went with them and finished hard. “A Saugus girl and I were in front the last two laps, and I went past her the last 200. I wanted a PR. That was my main goal.” The senior now has the 800, 1,600, mile and 3,200 girls school records. The previous Arroyo Grande girls 3,200 school record was 10:50. Owens’ future coach at Arizona State, Louie Quintana Jr., has every Arroyo Grande boys school record from 800-to-3,200 meters. “It was definitely a goal of mine to get all the girls school distance records, but I didn’t think I’d get them this early,” Owens said. “It’s exciting.”
Aricle From the Tribune 4/18/09 Mt. SAC Relays Karlee Owens entered the invitational in Walnut having already chased down two of Arroyo Grande’s girls all-time middle-distance records. She got the elusive third Friday, winning the 3,200 meters in come-from-behind fashion in 10 minutes, 48.05 seconds — breaking the old school record of 10:50. She now holds the Eagles’ marks in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200. “My goal was to stay with the pack and be pulled along for a better time,” Owens said in a phone interview. “For the first mile, I stayed with the pack, and then it kind of broke open in the last two laps.” Owens, who will run at Arizona State next year, put forth a negative split, improving her 5:32 mark over the first half of the race into a 5:16 performance in the second. “It all came together,” Eagles distance coach Sean Ricketts said. “No matter what her time was, she raced until the end. It was very special to see her follow through.” She ran the last 800 in 2:28, catching Saugus’ Brianna Jauregui, who finished second in 10:52.35. “I felt it pick up, and it was like, ‘Hang on, keep pushing it,’ ’’ Owens said of the final 800. “It was crazy to run that time in the last two laps.” Both Owens and Ricketts said the win will be an instrumental confidence builder leading up to postseason competition. “We’ve come a long way to get her to believe she’s one of the top runners not only in the (CIF) Southern Section, but in the state,” Ricketts added.


4/16/09 Arroyo Grande Runners and Throwers Ranked among the Best in The Southern Section and State!

Check out the rankings at dyestatcal.com

Karlee Owens - ranked 11th in the State and 6th in the Southern Section in the 1600m 4:57.4.

Brooke Shepard - ranked 5th in the State and 3rd in The Southern Section in the Discus 139'0 and 13th in the State and 8th in the Southern Section in the Shot Put 40'11.

Austin Field - ranked 9th in the State and 7rd in The Southern Section in the Discus 172'1 and 8th in the State and 5th in the Southern Section in the Shot Put 57'0.

Girls 4 x1600m Relay Team - Ranked 22nd in the state with the time of 22:03 (Karlee Owens, McKenzie Goldman, Katie Lewis, Emily Johnston)

Great Job! Keep it Up!


Click on The Arcadia to picture to watch the video clip of Karlee Owens setting the school record in the mile at Arcadia!

4/10-4/11/09 Arcadia Invite Arroyo Grande’s Karlee Owens, an Arizona State signee, finished second in the girls seeded mile in 4 minutes, 59.13 seconds, which broke a 27-year-old school record. Karlee's record converts to a 4:57.4 1600m which breaks Kelly Buzza's 4:58.0 from 1981. Congratulations Karlee! Fellow Eagle Hugo Gutierrez placed third in the boys open mile in 4:25, which converts to a 4:23.4 and moves him up to #6 on the all time list. Teammate Brooke Shepard was eighth in the Invite girls shot put at 40 feet, 81⁄2 inches and sixth in the Invite discus a toss of 136'02. Austin Field placed ninth in the Invite discus with a throw of 172'01. The girls 4 x 1 mile relay placed 15th in the seeded race with a time of 22:22. The following girls ran: Emily Johnston 5:36, Hannah Stevens 5:31, Hannah Goldman 5:48 (18 second P.R.), McKenzie Goldman 5:25

4/9/08 Pioneer Valley Dual Meet Girls: Arroyo Grande 101, Pioneer Valley 27 Boys: Arroyo Grande 115, Pioneer Valley 21 The Eagles’ Natalie Hagler won the 800 and 1,600 (2:42 and 5:59), Emma Weinreich won the 100 and 200 (12.8 and 26.06) and Brooke Shepard won the shot put and discus (38-61⁄2 and 139-0) to lead the Arroyo Grande girls to a PAC 7 win. On the boys side, Arroyo Grande’s Jordan Gee won the long and triple jumps in 18-4 and 38-1, respectively, and Austin Field cleaned up the throwing events with a pair of wins, tossing a 55-2 in the shot put and 169-0 in the discus in the Eagles’ win.

4/4/09 Spartan Relays at Rio Mesa OXNARD — Four Arroyo Grande combos scored top-three finishes at Rio Mesa High School. Dan Smith (1,200 meters), John Alexander (400), Garrett Owens (800) and Hugo Gutierrez (1,600) teamed for second place in the boys distance medley relay, in 10:59.0. Sean Brown, Alfredo Rojas and Zack Zandt teamed for third place in the shot put, and discus, relays. Brown put the shot 49-4. Zandt threw the discus 152-3. Both were personal bests. McKenzie Goldman (1,200), Emma Weinreich (400), Karlee Owens (800) and Hannah Stevens (1,600) teamed for third place in 12:52.0 in the girls distance medley relay.

4/2/09 SLO Dual Meet Girls: San Luis Obispo 92, Arroyo Grande 44 Boys: Arroyo Grande 100, San Luis Obispo 35 Arroyo Grande’s Hugo Gutierrez won the 800 (2 minutes, 2.77 seconds) and 3,200 (10:26), while teammate Austin Field cleaned up in the shot put (55 feet, 2 inches) and discus (165-4) to lead the Eagles’ boys team to a win over San Luis Obispo. On the girls side, it was the Tigers who took the win. San Luis Obispo had three multiple-event winners, which included a pair from AB Torres in the 100 (13.1) and long jump (17-11), two from Emily Allis in the 100 and 300 hurdles and two from Angela Clague, who won the 400 (59.11) and 200 (25.89). Arroyo Grande’s Karlee Owens won the 800 (2:27.35) and 1,600 (5:27). San Luis Obispo’s Vivien Devaney hit an impressive mark in the discus with a winning throw of 143-4.

3/28/09 SLO County Meet Girls: The Tigers scored 91 points to take the team title, narrowly edging past second-place Arroyo Grande (89.5 points). Atascadero was third with 47.5 points and Templeton was fourth with 45 points. Boys: Arroyo Grande finished in first by a wide margin with 122 points, ahead of second-place Paso Robles (76 points) and Nipomo (68 points). While larger races loom in the near future, Hasay was able to begin her senior track season with one final local race. She lined up on the inside lane and by the first 50 meters was in the lead for good. That left a battle for second between Arroyo Grande senior Karlee Owens and Templeton freshman Savannah Camacho. Owens, who was looking to set a school record in the 1,600, was in second for the first 31⁄2 laps but Camacho came on strong on the last corner and made the pass before crossing in 4:56.45. Owens finished third in 5:02.14, which was a new personal best, but about 4 seconds shy of Arroyo Grande’s record. “I felt all right. My legs felt a little tight at the end, but overall I’m happy I PRed,” Owens said. Owens said that after this race she expects to be in a strong position to eventually break her school’s record, especially since Saturday’s mark came while undergoing intense training. Once she backs down off her training regimen, Owens is optimistic about what having added rest come race time could mean. “Right now we’re training through everything with hard workouts and long runs,” Owens said. “So I think when we do cut back it will be really beneficial.” The main event Saturday at the Elks San Luis Obispo County Track Meet ended by 11 a.m. but that only opened the stage for a handful of other athletes to come in and steal the show. Headlining the group was Nipomo High’s Kevin Britt. The speedy junior won two individual boys track events and was part of Nipomo’s first- and second-place relay teams, earning him boys track athlete of the meet honors. Britt began the day helping the Titans win the 400 relay in 44.13, barely edging out Arroyo Grande’s time of 44.20. He ended it during the meet’s final race – the 1,600 relay – with a second-place effort behind Arroyo Grande. The Eagles crossed in 3:29.58 and broke a 28-year-old county record by close to 2 seconds. Nipomo was 2 seconds slower than the Eagles with a time of 3:33. Arroyo Grande’s Bo Cabalar went 21-1 1/2 in the long jump to beat King by a half-inch. Austin Field of Arroyo Grande won both the shot put and discus events and was named boys field athlete of the meet.


3/27/09 Click on The Link above to view the Tribune article on Karlee Owens going after the school record in the 1600m at SLO County.

3/26/09 AG vs Atascadero Dual Boys: Arroyo Grande 111, Atascadero 25 Girls: Arroyo Grande 94, Atascadero 45 Arroyo Grande saw multiple-event wins from two girls and two boys. On the boys side, L.T. Johnson recorded wins in the 100 and 200 sprints. Austin Field wrapped up two wins in the throwing events, with a 55-3 1⁄2 toss in the shot put and a 158-1⁄2 throw in the discus. Congrats to Karlee Owens who moved up to #4 on the girls All-Time List for the 400m in 59.2. The girls got wins from Sammy Wheeler in the 100 (14.12 seconds) and triple jump (31-0), and Rachel Murphy in the 200 (27.14) and pole vault (10-0).

3/20-3/21/09 Camarillo Distance Relays and Invite Arroyo Grande placed second in both the girls and boys 4x800 relays. Dan Smith, Hugo Gutierrez, Morgan Wack and Garrett Owens turned in a time of 8:22, and Karlee Owens, Emily Johnston, Hannah Stevens and Hannah Goldman finished in 10:08. AG throwers, frosh/soph relay teams impress Grabbing some well-deserved attention were the boys and girls freshman/sophomore squads that competed at the Camarillo Classic on Saturday. For the boys, the foursome of Christian Crichton, Seth Jacobs, Uriel Mendoza and L.T. Johnson took first in the 4x100 relay (45.29) and second in the 4x400 (3:36.81). For the girls, Emma Weinreich, Alex Anderson, Ashley Sill and Emma Sandquist won the 4x100 (52.9). Weinreich, Anderson, Sill and Jessica Morosoli took first in the 4x400 (4:19.4). In the varsity ranks, Brooke Shepard took first place in the shotput (40-11) and discus (129-5). Kelsey Wagner took fourth in the discus (120-2), while Danielle Lauinger snagged fifth (115-6).

3/19/09 AG vs. Righetti Dual at AGHS Boys: Arroyo Grande 114, Righetti 22 Girls: Arroyo Grande 91, Righetti 40 Three Eagles boys won two events. John Alcantar won the 110 hurdles in 16.33 seconds and the 300 hurdles in 42.73. Teammate Austin Field won the shot put at 52-7 1⁄2 and the discus at 165-1, and Bo Cabalar won the long jump at 19-10 and the triple jump at 38-4. On the girls side, the Eagles’ Brooke Shepard won the shot put, with a mark of 39-5 and the discus at 127-6 1⁄2.

Congratulations to Emma Weinreich for making the AGHS Girls Track and Field TOP TEN ALL-TIME list in the 200 meters... She ties Biddle '89 and Shaffer '91 for #10....Once again Congratulations to Emma...Keep up the great work!! -AGHS Track and Field Coaching Staff 2009

Royal Twighlight 3/14/09 On the boys side, the Eagles’ Austin Field came in first in the discus with a throw of 154 feet, 5 inches and placed second in the shot put at 54-1 on his last attempt. Also, Arroyo Grande’s Hugo Gutierrez placed second in the 1,600 meters with a time of 4:30, and finished fourth in the 800 in 2:05. The girls squad was led by the strong performance of Arizona State-bound Karlee Owens, who came in first in the 3,200 with a personal-best 11:23. Teammate Brooke Shepard came in first in the discus with a throw of 127-9 and placed second in the shot put at 37-8.

3/12/09 Paso Robles Dual Meet What a way to start the season! This is a big win for the boys, because Paso was the team to beat. We are looking like a team all around! Great Job! Boys: Arroyo Grande 82, Paso Robles 54 Girls: Arroyo Grande 87, Paso Robles 49 The Eagles won both meets in Paso Robles. On the boys side, Bo Cabalar won both the long jump (19 feet, 5 inches) and the 100 meters (11.25 seconds) for the Eagles. JD Gonzales and Austin Feld were also multiple-event winners for Arroyo Grande, with Gonzales taking the 200 (23.08) and the 400 (52.9) and Feld taking the discus (148-9) and shot put (52-7). Hugo Gutierrez won the 1600m (4:35) Cullen Cali won the 3200m (10:19) On the girls side, it was Emma Weinreich and Brooke Shepard anchoring the Eagles. Weinreich won the 100 (12.8) and 200 (26.6) and Shepard won the discus (116-11) and shot put (35-31⁄2). Karlee Owens won the 1600m (5:13) Katie Lewis won the 3200m (11:51)

3/8/09 Mt. Pleasant Relays (San Jose) Tribune Article on AG Results: Prep Roundup: Arroyo Grande Eagles track squad takes first in six events The Arroyo Grande High track and field teams had a banner showing at the 16-team Mt. Pleasant Relays on Saturday, winning six events and placing second in several others. On the girls side, the Eagles’ McKenzie Goldman, Katie Lewis, Emily Johnston and Karlee Owens took first in the 6,400-meter relay at 22 minutes, 3 seconds. The Arizona State-bound Owens snared the top individual mark, at 5:06, before later posting the top time in the 4x3,200 relay, at 11:30. The same four who won the 6,400 relay won the 4x3,200 as well, in 48:45.5. Brooke Shepard, Kelsey Wagner, Danielle Lauinger and Becky Kay combined to take first in the discus, led by Shepard’s toss of 109 feet, 5 inches. The same group finished second in the shot put, paced by Shepard’s 36-4. Arroyo Grande’s Rachel Murphy, Natalie Jarvis, Brianna Vargo and Katelyn Bishop won the pole vault, led by Murphy’s 10-6. For the Eagles boys, Sean Brown, Zack Zendt, Austin Field and Nik Pappas took first in the discus, and Brown, Field, Pappas and Robert Kobara finished first in the shot put. Also for Arroyo Grande, Garret Owens, Hugo Gutierrez, Morgan Wack and Dan Smith took second in the 3,200 relay, at 8:26.


3/7/09 Arroyo Grande Cross Country and Track star Karlee Owens signs her letter of intent/scholarship to Arizona State University. Congratulations Karlee! All of her hard work has paid off. Clicl on the image above to read the Tribune Article.


Click on the picture above to read the Santa Maria times article on Karlee Owens and her scholarship to Arizona State University.

1/09 Austin Field is the 5th ranked top returner in the state for the Boys Shot Put! Check out the Throws Page for the complete list of returners in the Boys Shot Put.