Jett Charvet, Heritage track and field: The reigning state champion in the event, he won his last North Coast Section Meet of Champions 800in 1minute, 51.69seconds, the state’s second-fastest time this season. Malcolm Clemons, St. Mary’s-Berkeley track and field: Won the long jump at the NCS Meet of Champions in 24-41⁄2, an inch off his mark that ranks second in the state.
Arianna Fisher, Silver Creek track and field: Missouri-bound senior took first in the triple jump at the CCS finals for the third consecutive year, winning with a leap of 41-5¼ to help Silver Creek capture its first girls team title since 1977.
Elijah Folau, Serra track and field: Helped Serra claim the CCS team title, winning the shot put and taking second in the discus. Won the shot by more than two feet after unleashing a toss of 53feet, 11¾ inches on his fifth attempt. Hismark in the discus was 151-5, which finished behind only Mills’ Michael Skyriotis, who threw 153-6. Jason Gomez, Westmont track and field. The middle-distance standout took first in the 800at the CCS championships in 1: 52.89, a time that ranks eighth in the state this season. Rajas Habbu, Jason Shen and Nikhil Bapat, Monta Vista volleyball: Habbu had 21kills, Shen added 16and Bapat contributed 12to lead the Matadors to a dramatic 20-25, 25-20, 25-20, 23-25, 17-15victory over Clovis in the CIF Northern California Division I championship match.
Hannah-Sophia Hall, James Logan track and field: Miamibound senior won two more NCS Meet of Champions individual titles, giving her six for her career, as she took first in the shot put (44-3) and the discus (152-5).
Brett Hansen, Foothill baseball: Top Bay Area high school prospect heading into this year’s baseball draft held College Park to two singles — one an infield hit — over six innings as the Falcons advanced in the NCS Division I playoffs with a 7-0 victory. Kali Hatcher, St. Mary’s-Berkeley track and field: Columbia-bound star had a big weekend at the NCS Meet of Champions, defending her title in the 300low hurdles in a personalbest 43.88, winning the long jump in 18-31⁄4 and anchoring the 1,600relay team to victory. Also defended her title in the triple jump in 41-0. Daylon Hicks, Clayton Valley Charter track and field: On the verge of finishing second in the high jump at the NCS Meet of Champions, he cleared 6-feet-8on his third and final attempt to clinch the championship.
John Maka, Pittsburg track and field: Maka won the discus in 168-8at the NCS Meet of Champions.
Joseph Schott, St. Francis baseball: Threw six shutout innings to help St. Francis edge Archbishop Mitty 2-0in the semifinals of the CCS Division II playoffs. The Lancers went on to claim the title with a win over Soledad.
Jordan Schuring, St. Francis softball: Allowed three runs combined against Watsonville in the Open Division semifinals and Archbishop Mitty in the final as St. Francis won its first CCS softball championship. Rayna Stanziano, Concord track and field: Defeated twotime defending 800state champion Alyssa Brewer of California at the NCS Meet of Champions with a personal-record 2:10.06. Brewer, bound for USC, finished second in 2:12.91.
Sarah Stephens, St. Francis softball: Had three hits, including a triple, knocked in a run and scored a run to help St. Francis beat Archbishop Mitty 5-1in the CCS Open Division championship. PatrickWicklander, Valley Christian baseball: In his final high school game, the Arkansas-bound left-hander did not allow an earned run and struck out seven while yielding four hits and two walks in six innings, helping Valley Christian beat Los Gatos 4-3to claim its second consecutive CCS Open Division championship. DanielleWilliams, Amador Valley softball: Threw a no-hitter in a victory over Mt. Eden in the first round of the NCS Division I playoffs, then threw a two-hit shutout against Castro Valley as the Dons advanced to the semifinals.