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May 29, 2004 | John Ortega, Times Staff Writer
Handicapping the girls' sprint events in next weekend's state track and field championships became a lot more difficult during the Southern Section Masters Meet at Cerritos College on Friday night. That's because Jasmine Baldwin of La Puente Bishop Amat defeated Shalonda Solomon of Long Beach Poly in the 100- and 200-meter races to stamp herself as a legitimate state title contender.
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May 29, 2004 | John Ortega, Times Staff Writer
Handicapping the girls' sprint events in next weekend's state track and field championships became a lot more difficult during the Southern Section Masters Meet at Cerritos College on Friday night. That's because Jasmine Baldwin of La Puente Bishop Amat defeated Shalonda Solomon of Long Beach Poly in the 100- and 200-meter races to stamp herself as a legitimate state title contender.
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June 17, 2004
*--* Rank School (Division) Comment 1 LONG BEACH POLY (SS-Div. I) Jackrabbits were runaway winners in section and state championships. 2 RIVERSIDE NORTH (SS-Div. II) Gayle Hunter had three top-three finishes in state championships. 3 LONG BEACH WILSON (SS-Div. I) Bruins had fantastic freshman in Ebony Collins. 4 RANCHO CUCAMONGA (SS-Div. I) Cougars had outstanding freshman of their own in Sade Williams. 5 ARROYO GRANDE (SS-Div. I) State shotput champion Megan Howard led strong group of throwers.
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June 6, 2004 | John Ortega, Times Staff Writer
Sprinter Jasmine Baldwin of La Puente Bishop Amat was aware of the talk. So the soft-spoken senior walked the walk in the state track and field championships at Hughes Stadium on Saturday, winning the girls' 100 meters in the second-fastest time in the nation this year and the 200 in the fastest time.
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April 9, 2004 | John Ortega, Times Staff Writer
Gayle Hunter of Riverside North, who has earned girls' athlete of the meet honors at various invitationals the past two weekends, will face her toughest tests of the outdoor season Saturday when she competes against national-class fields in the 37th Arcadia Invitational at Arcadia High. Hunter, a senior, won the long jump and triple jump in the San Diego Mount Carmel Invitational on March 27 to earn girls' field event performer of the meet honors.
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June 17, 2004 | John Ortega, Times Staff Writer
Running against the competition and not the clock had been a key to sprinter Jasmine Baldwin's success all season. But when Baldwin, a La Puente Bishop Amat senior, arrived at Hughes Stadium in Sacramento for the final day of the state championships on June 5, she figured that to win, she would have to run in the 11.25- to 11.35-second range in the 100 meters and in the 22.80 to 22.90 range in the 200.
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April 4, 2004 | John Ortega; Martin Henderson; Rafer Weigel, From Times Staff Reports
There's another elite sprinter on the Southland track and field scene. That was clear in the 13th Mission Viejo Trabuco Hills Invitational on Saturday when senior Jasmine Baldwin of La Puente Bishop Amat upset Shalonda Solomon of Long Beach Poly to win the girls' 100 meters in 11.60 seconds. Solomon was the No. 2-ranked girls' 100- and 200-meter sprinter in the U.S.
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August 5, 2003 | From Staff Reports
La Mirada's Daniel Im and Long Beach's Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana, The Times' boy and girl golfers of the year, lead the West in the 14th American Junior Golf Assn. Canon Cup today through Thursday at Sea Island Golf Club in Sea Island, Ga. The Canon Cup is a Ryder Cup-style competition that pits the top 10 boys and girls from the Western United States against their Eastern counterparts.
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April 11, 2004 | John Ortega; Steven Herbert; Dan Arritt; Elia Powers, From Staff Reports
The Long Beach Poly girls' track and field team, led by senior sprinter Shalonda Solomon, won four events in the Arcadia Invitational at Arcadia High on Saturday night in a meet in which victories were rare for athletes from the Southland. Solomon, the No. 2-ranked sprinter in the nation last year behind Allyson Felix of North Hills Los Angeles Baptist, won the girls' 100 meters in 11.50 seconds and ran the anchor legs on Jackrabbit teams that won the 400 relay in 44.
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June 17, 2004
The athlete of the year swept the state titles in the sprints during a surprisingly strong senior season. *--* FIRST TEAM Jasmine Baldwin, Bishop Amat Sr. 100, 200 *--* *--* Jasmine Lee, Long Beach Poly Sr. 400 *--* The USC signee won her second consecutive state title in a season-best 52.93 seconds after winning the Southern Section Division I final and Masters Meet for the second year in a row. *--* Alysia Johnson, Canyon Country Canyon Sr.
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