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Middle School Athletes Compete in County Championships

San Jose, May 24, 2019:  Moreland School District announced that students from Easterbrook Discovery School, Latimer School, and Moreland Middle School qualified and competed at the Santa Clara County Championship Tuesday, May 21, 2019, at Leigh High School.  Students had to place in the top five at the Santa Clara County Trials in order to advance to the Championships.

Several Moreland students placed high in their competition, including Moreland Middle students taking 2nd place as County Champions in the 6th grade girls 1600 meter run, 7th grade boys 1600 meter race, 3rd place Champions for 6th grade girls shot put and 8th grade Boys 800 Meter Run; Easterbrook Discovery Middle School student taking 4th place in the 6th grade Boys 65 Meter Hurdles; and Latimer students taking 3rd place in the 6th grade Girls 4x400 Relay.

Out of 34 schools represented in the County, and 17 schools in Moreland’s Central Coast Division,  Moreland School District is thrilled to announce the following top ten results, many from students who competed in multiple competitions:

Event

School

Place

Student Name

6th grade Girls 1600 Meter Run

Moreland Middle School

2

Kylie H.

6th grade Girls 1600 Meter Run

Moreland Middle School

8

Annika K.

6th grade Girls 65 Meter Hurdles

Moreland Middle School

7

Katie C.

6th grade Boys 65 Meter Hurdles

Easterbrook Discovery School

4

Nolan B.

6th grade Girls 800 Meter Run

Moreland Middle School

10

Annika K.

6th grade Girls 4x400 Relay

Latimer

3

Carmen C., Alina B., Valerie G., Hailey K..

6th grade Girls Discus Throw

 

6th grade Girls Discus Throw

Easterbrook Discovery School

 

Moreland Middle School

6

 

9

Alexis A.

 

Kianna L.

6th grade Girls High Jump

 

6th grade Girls High Jump

 

Moreland Middle School

 

Easterbrook Discovery School

 

4

 

9

 

Kayla K.

 

Allison T.

 

6th grade Girls Long Jump

 

6th grade Girls Triple Jump

Moreland Middle School

 

Easterbrook Discovery School

4

 

4

Ava B.

 

Sydney S.

6th grade Girls Shot Put

Moreland Middle School

3

Aliana F.

7th grade Boys 1600 Meter Run

Moreland Middle School

4

Martini G.

7th grade Boys 65 Meter Hurdles

Moreland Middle School

2

Calvin C.

7th grade Boys 65 Meter Hurdles

Moreland Middle School

7

Carlos G.

7th grade Boys 800 Meter Run

Moreland Middle School

5

Martin G.

7th grade Boys 100 Meter Dash

Moreland Middle School

9

Viliami L.

7th grade Girls High Jump

Easterbrook Discovery School

6

Sevy J.

7th grade Girls High Jump

Moreland Middle School

10

Aaliyah R.

7th grade Boys Discus Throw

Latimer

10

Troy D.

7th grade Boys Long Jump

Moreland Middle School

6

Viliami L.

7th grade Boys Long Jump

Latimer

10

Alex N.

7th grade Boys Shot Put

Latimer

4

Zach A.

7th grade Boys Shot Put

Latimer

6

Troy D.

7th grade Boys Triple Jump

Latimer

7

Tyler S.

8th grade Girls 100 Meter Dash

Latimer

7

Madison A.

8th grade Girls 800 Meter Run

Easterbrook Discovery School

9

Daniela M.

8th grade Boys 1600 Meter Run

Moreland Middle School

4

Ojas J.

8th grade Boys 1600 Meter Run

Easterbrook Discovery School

7

Joseph A.

8th grade Boys 65 Meter Hurdles

Latimer

8

Andrei B.

8th grade Boys 800 Meter Run

Moreland Middle School

3

Ojas J.

8th grade Girls Discus Throw

Moreland MIddle School

10

Jenna L.

8th grade Boys Discus Throw

Latimer

8

Ashton M.

8th grade Girls Long Jump

Latimer

6

Madison A.

8th grade Girls Triple Jump

Latimer

5

Madison A.

8th grade Girls Triple Jump

Easterbrook Discovery School

8

Kayli F.

8th grade Girls Triple Jump

Easterbrook Discovery School

10

Liz F.


Athletics are an integral part of Moreland’s whole body, well-rounded education.   With the support of Sports in Moreland, a committee of the Moreland Education Foundation, Moreland students are able to participate in after-school sports.  For more information, visit https://www.mefhome.org/sports-in-moreland/.  

The Governing Board is committed to equal opportunity for individuals in education. District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The Board shall promote programs which ensure that discriminatory practices are eliminated in all district activities. (BP 0410)

Title IX Coordinator Contact Information:

Jennifer Baldwin, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources, jbaldwin@moreland.org

For information or complaints regarding Title IX, click here