By Ray Hamill — McKinleyville sophomore Soffia Reyes and Fortuna senior Connor Pratt are the fastest athletes in the H-DNL this year.
The lightning quick duo were crowed league champions in the 100 meters with dominating displays on Saturday.
Check out video highlights of both races above.
Reyes won with a PR of 12.47 seconds, ahead of Eureka’s Emily Pesch and Klayre Barres, and she also placed first in the 200 meters in a time of 26.25 seconds, ahead of Barres and Del Norte’s Tianna Thompson.
Reyes rounded out a big day with a victory in the 4x400m relay, along with teammates Mackenzie Bray, Olivia Rink and Kathryn Tinney.
With two years of high school competition still ahead of her, Reyes should only continue to get better.
Pratt, meanwhile, won the 100m in a time or 11.03 seconds, capping a dominating season that saw him place first in the event in all four league meets.
McKinleyville senior Issac Ward was second, with Ferndale sophomore Cayden Collings in third.
Pratt also placed second in the 200m, behind Ward, with the speedy Collings again third.
Pratt, who will compete for Sac State next year, rounded out a big day on the track with a win in the 4x100m relay, along with teammates RJ Rexford, Tai Bolden and Levi Nyberg.
For more on the day’s action, see Cox, Brooks lead their teams to victory at H-DNL championships …