For Christopher High’s Keola Sylva and Gilroy High’s Logan Flores, the 2018 track and field season has been one to remember. And the season is only a month old. Sylva, a sophomore, and Flores, a senior, have the top marks in the Central Coast Section in the triple jump and pole vault, respectively.
Flores went 15 feet, 1 inch in the pole vault in last Saturday’s Garlic Classic to establish himself as the person to beat in the CCS. Christopher High hosted the Garlic Classic, and Cougars coach Jeff Myers said 50 schools participated, with 1,700 male entrants and 1,368 female competitors—an all-time high.