Track and field is underway for Mother Lode League athletes and Sonora High School runners are finding early success.
The Wildcats were on the road for the Jaguar Invitational at Kimball High School over the weekend.
Junior Audrey Simmons took home first place in varsity girls high jump and set a personal record of five feet, four inches.
Simmons also took home third place in the varsity 100-meter hurdles with a personal record of 17.81.
Junior Dalton Tarter took home second place in the varsity 400 meters with a school record time of 51.52.
Sophomore Andrew Matlock set a personal record in the frosh/soph 110-meter hurdles with a time of 20.37.
Freshman Chris Ramos also set a personal record in the same race with a time of 21.92.
Junior CJ Castleman now owns the school record in the 100 meters with his 11.67 time.
Junior Conor Pullen also set a school record in the 12-pound shot put with a distance of 38.11.50.
Senior Colton Sanguinetti tied for first in the storm-shortened varsity pole vault with a successful 11-foot attempt.
Sophomore Joziah Bradford placed fourth in the triple jump with a distance of 14.01.00, which is the new school record.
In the frosh/soph pole vault event sophomore Jesse Gonzales finished third with a personal record of 10.00.00.
Sophomore Isaiah MacDonald placed third in the frosh/soph 400 meters with his new personal record of 57.24.