Pacific Division track

 The Toreadores have put their name into the Pacific Division boys team title chase after Tuesday's trials, as they could win as many as six events.
 Depth, though, will be an issue for Monterey, who may get shutout in the distance and weight events at Friday's finals at Gilroy.
 Yet, based strictly on Tuesday's trials - which did not include three events - four teams are within 15 points of each other with potential points lying out there.
 Essentially this meet will come down to which program picks up those critical fourth, fifth and sixth place finishes.
 The Toreadores do have a jewel in freshmen Azjani McGill, who sports the fastest times in the 100 and 200, and soared 21-3 in the long jump. He'll also run a leg on the top seeded 400 relay team.
 Teammate Fernando Cienfuegos will the favorite in both the 110 high hurdles and 300 intermediate hurdles, and will also run a leg on the 400 relay.
 The girls division will be tight as well with Christopher the favorite to hold off Watsonville, Gilroy and Monterey.
 Sophomore Itsel Oseguera Reyes sports the top times in the 1,600 and 3,200 for Monterey while Alex Guerrero has the top mark in the long jump, Trinity Mobley in the 100 and Fiaaulagi Tautolo in the 300 low hurdles
 What hurts the Toreadores is no presence in the weight events or pole vault. What will be interesting is what teams do with their relays, since there are points up to sixth place in the finals.
 Daniela Salazar will the favorite for Watsonville in the 400 and 800 meters, one of the more grueling doubles in track.

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