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Track & Field



Head Track and Field Coach:

Lanette Stanziano



Photos courtesy of CSK Photography  @cskphoto

Celebrating our Seniors:

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Joey Anderson

Joey participated in Concord’s Track & Field and Cross Country all four years. He started out as a sprinter and jumper his Freshman and Sophomore years, but then decided to use his Cross-Country training to run longer events. He was able to run personal bests in the 800 and 1600 in the one meet, he competed in this season. Joey maintained a 3.8 in-season GPA.

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Diego Huerta

This is Diego's second season on the Concord Track and Field team. He also ran Cross Country for two seasons. He has been a leader on the team, coming to practice every day and pushing himself to set a good example for everyone. Diego's junior season was cut short due to an illness, but he was still the fastest distance runner on the team. During this short season, Diego was able to get three personal bests in the 800, 1600, and 3200. His 1600 time is the 10th best all-time for Concord High and his 3200 time is the 6th fastest all-time for Concord High. If he had a full season this year, he would have undoubtedly improved those times. Diego is going to run Track and Cross Country in College. He has narrowed down his choices to two schools and will be decided soon. Diego maintained a 3.8 in-season GPA.

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Anthony Fuller

This year would have been Anthony's third year on Concord’s Track and Field. His first sport is soccer, but he decided to give sprints and jumps a try his sophomore year. Last year, he found out he was very good at the hurdles with the 300 hurdles becoming his primary event. Unfortunately, due to NCS Soccer games and an injury, he was unable to compete in the two meets we had this season. Anthony maintained a 3.4 in-season GPA.


Sean Peters

Sean joined the track and field team as part of the unified team, competing with a general education student in the 100 meters and the long jump during his sophomore and senior years. He was a pleasure to watch and in his last race, he beat his regular education partner in the 100 meters. Sean maintained a 3.67 in-season GPA.


Cortez Quiambao

Cortez started his Concord Track and Field career as a Junior.  Last year he focused on sprints and throws. This year, even in our short season, he was able to get personal bests in the 100 and discus. He was also one of the fastest 100m runners on the team and participated in the varsity 4x100 relay.  Cortez maintained a 3.0 in-season GPA.

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Nick Rios

Nick competed for Concord Track and Field all four seasons. He participated in sprints and jumps all four years. Each year, he had personal bests in the long jump, 100m, and 200m.  This year he was only able to compete in the long jump due to an early-season illness that kept him from running, but he was able to post a personal best in the long jump by over one foot! Nick maintained a 3.33 in-season GPA.


Johanna Yu

Johanna competed for Concord’s Track and Field (and cross country) during her freshman, sophomore, and senior years. She was a distance runner, competing in the 800m, 1600m and 3200m. Despite taking a season off, she was able to post times close to her personal bests during our short season. Johanna maintained a 4.0 in-season GPA.

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Missael Sanchez

Missael competed for Concord’s Track and field as a thrower all four seasons. In the one meet he compete in he was able to get very close to his personal record in both the discus and shot put. Missael maintained a 3.71 in-season GPA.


Kyle Rossi

Kyle competed for Concord’s Track and Field for three seasons.  He focused on jumps and sprints all three years. This season he was able to post a personal best in the triple jump by nearly two feet!  He also ran a personal best in the 200 meters by nearly two seconds. Kyle maintained a 3.6 in-season GPA.  Kyle plans on going on his mission after graduation and eventually going into the military. 

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Brian Torres Ramos

Brian competed for Concord’s Track and Field during his freshman and senior years and ran cross country all four years. He specialized in the distance events and was one of Concord's top distance runners. After sustaining an injury at the end of this year’s cross-country season that Brian had to work hard to overcome, he was able to post a personal best in both the 1600 and the 3200. Brian maintained a 3.0 in-season GPA.  

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Alex Watts

Alex competed during his junior and senior seasons for Concord’s Track and Field as well as cross country. He primarily focused on throws, but also ran the 100m occasionally.  In our two meets, Alex was able to post personal bests in all three of his events, the shot put, discus, and 100m. Alex maintained a 3.33 in-season GPA.

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