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In This Case, Castle Park's Moody Has the Time (9.7)

April 15, 1988

Even though he won a close 100-meter race at the Titan Track Festival last Saturday, Castle Park High School junior Kioshyi Moody was disappointed with his time.

Moody finished in 11.1 seconds to edge Mira Mesa's Bobby Nelson and San Diego's Jimmy Kegler in a photo finish, but that mark from the electronic timing system didn't please him.

In a dual meet Thursday, Moody equaled his best time of the year, running 100 yards in a hand-timed 9.7 seconds as Castle Park beat Chula Vista, 101-27.

"He had already done three events," Castle Park Coach Alan Duke said of Saturday's race. "He was there at 8 in the morning. It was a long day. I said, 'Hey, you beat them all.' "

Moody also won the 220 Thursday in 22.9.

In other meets:


Oceanside 69, San Pasqual 66--Francis O'Neill of San Pasqual, who finished 23rd at the Kinney national cross-country meet in December, won the 800 meters (1:56.8) and was second in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles with a fast 40.8. Sean Turner won that race (39.7).


Crawford 76, Hoover 60--Thelis Brawell won the 100 meters (10.9), with a fast time despite the cold weather at Crawford.


Mt. Miguel 77, Monte Vista 59--Mt. Miguel's Mark Senior, who ran a state-leading 1:53.09 in the 800 meters last Saturday at the Arcadia Invitational, won the 440 yards (51.8) and 880 (2:01) for Mt. Miguel. Teammate Frank Davis won the 100 meters (11.6) and 220 yards (23.7).

El Capitan 96, Helix 39--Erin Murray won the discus with a throw of 152-2, and his twin brother, Mike, was second at 149-8 for El Capitan (6-0). Konstantine Kindrich was first in the mile in 4:36.9.


Poway 72, Fallbrook 64-- Jerry Ashworth had victories in the 100 meters (a wind-aided 10.8) and the 200 (22.4). Greg Frinell of Fallbrook jumped a wind-aided 23-5 1/2 to win the long jump. Poway swept the 3,200 meters, led by Bill Aronson at 9:53.0.

Torrey Pines 91, San Dieguito 26--Torrey Pines' Paco Camarena won four events on a wet track at Torrey Pines. Camarena won the high jump (6-1), the 110-meter high hurdles (16.4) and the 300-meter intermediate hurdles (44.4) and ran a leg on the winning 400-meter relay team (44.7). Mike Daugherty won the 100 meters (11.6) and 200 (23.1) and ran on the winning 400- and 1,600-meter relay teams.

Vista 84, Orange Glen 52--Chris Cannon of Vista went 6-6 in the high jump, tying Paco Camarena of Torrey Pines for best in the county this year.


Crawford 87, Hoover 34--Onnie Ferguson won the 100 meters (12.5) and ran a leg on the winning 400-meter relay team (51.5).


Orange Glen 89, Vista 33--Laura Hughes of Orange Glen improved upon her county best in the discus with a throw of 127-1 (her previous best was 124-10).

Fallbrook 66, Poway 61-- Fallbrook won the final event--the 1,600 relay (4:11.3)--by nearly three seconds to upset last year's Palomar team champion.

San Dieguito 67 1/2, Torrey Pines 50 1/2--Torrey Pines high jumpers Karen Armstrong and Lisa Jhung tied for first at 5-1, but San Dieguito won the meet.


Ramona 65, Rancho Buena Vista 60--Rancho Buena Vista sophomore Angie Jarrett won the 100 meters (12.4) and the 200 (26.6).


Chula Vista 73, Castle Park 54--Castle Park's Yazmin Daher, a sophomore from Mexico City who underwent arthroscopic knee surgery five weeks ago, won the 100 meters, 220 and 440 and ran on the winning 440 relay team.

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