FREMONT -- With one leap, American High's David Chukwu put himself on the short list of the top boys high jumpers in the state.

The Cal-bound senior cleared 6 feet, 10 inches on his second attempt at the Mission Valley Athletic League track and field championships Friday at Tak Fudenna Stadium. Entering this weekend, no high jumper in the North Coast Section had cleared higher than 6-9 and only two high school athletes in the state had jumped 6-10 or higher this season, according to PrepCalTrack.com.

"After I cleared, I saw (the bar) wobbling and I was praying to God it wouldn't fall," said Chukwu about his winning jump. "I literally felt dizzy. Everything was blurred. All I could say was 'Yes'

"Before the meet, my coach (Fakhraldien Gor) told me the key to jumping higher is how fast you plant your left foot at the end. I thought about that and being relaxed (on the 6-10 clearance)."

Chukwu, who set his personal record with the 6-10 clearance, missed on his three attempts at 7-0.

Teammate Lemi Mochinaga won the girls long jump with a wind-legal leap of 18-4, a mark which no girl in the NCS had bettered entering this weekend according to PrepCalTrack.com.

Behind Karsten Wethington and Rufus Wollo, James Logan won the boys championship meet team title with 178 points.

The Cal-bound Wethington is known as a top-notch horizontal jumper, and he won the long jump on Thursday (23-6 3/4), then added the individual title in the triple jump (46-11 wind-aided) with just a six-step approach. But his 100 time will be an eye-opener to the rest of the North Coast Section. Wethington won the event in a wind-legal 10.85.

"It felt real great. I was just focusing on keeping my knees up ... vertical impluse," Wethington said. "When I heard 10.85, I said 'What?' I didn't see this coming."

The UC Santa Barbara-bound Wollo won the 400 (48.89) and 200 (22.44). Both Wethington and Wollo ran on Logan's winning 400 relay team (43.02) along with Matthew Runels and Sambat Lim. Wollo also anchored the Colts' victorious 1600 relay squad (3:28.78), which also included Clay Amaris, Cristian Monsalud and Jansen Quiros.

Logan also won the girls championship meet team title with 178 points. The Colts were led by two individual wins apiece from Amihan Agustin in the 1600 (5:25.42) and 800 (2:26.10), and freshman Naimah Hameed in the 100 hurdles (16.12) and 300 hurdles (48.12).

Both James Logan teams also won the overall MVAL titles for this track and field season.

John F. Kennedy sophomore David Frisbie produced an impressive distance double win with a pair of personal records. He ran a 52-second final 400 to win the 1600 in 4:22.76, then kicked again to win the 3200 in 9:45.66.

Mission San Jose's Elliot Lin also produced wins in two individual events. After taking the shot put title with a mark of 46-11 on Thursday, he won the discus title on Friday with a mark of 142-5.

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MVAL Championships

At Tak Fudenna Stadium, Fremont

Team scores: James Logan 178, John F. Kennedy 62, Mission San Jose 59, Irvington 52, Washington 52, American 48, Newark Memorial 45 Individual results (top three placers): 400 relay: James Logan (Runels, Wethington, Lim, Wollo) 43.02, Washington 44.23, Irvington 45.00; 1600: Frisbie (JFK) 4:22.76, C. Monsalud (JL) 4:25.30, A. Monsalud (JL) 4:26.92; 110HH: MacKey (NM) 15.88, Nguyen (JL) 16.57, Yahya (JFK) 16.60; 400: Wollo (JL) 48.89, Clay (JL) 50.02, Balde (NM) 51.34; 100: Wethington (JL) 10.85, Garnes (W) 11.34, Sasaki (I) 11.60; 800: C. Monsalud (JL) 2:01.37, Shekar (I) 2:03.80, Pancar (I) 2:04.53; 300IH: Smith (W) 40.92, Yahya (JFK) 40.97, Nguyen (JL) 41.46; 200: Wollo (JL) 22.44, Balde (NM) 22.69, Kahliq (I) 22.70; 3200: Frisbie (JFK) 9:45.66, A. Monsalud (JL) 9:46.02, Morales (A) 10:00.44; 1600 relay: James Logan (Amaris, C. Monsalud, Quiros, Wollo) 3:28.78; TJ: Wethington (JL) 46-11, McKissick (JFK) 43-3, Runels (JL) 42-2; HJ: Chukwu (A) 6-10, Sunil-Kumar (A) 6-6, McKissick (JFK) 6-2; DT: Lin (MSJ) 142-5, Sharif (JL) 140-10, Ng (JL) 135-7.

Thursday MVAL Championships

LJ: Wethington (JL) 23-6.75, Runels (JL) 23-6.5, Young (A) 21-7.75; PV: Nguyen (MSJ) 13-0, Whaley (MSJ) 12-6, Champion (W) 12-6; SP: Lin (MSJ) 46-11, Garcia (NM) 46-10, Sharif (JL) 46-10.

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MVAL Championships

At Tak Fudenna Stadium, Fremont

Team scores: James Logan 178, Newark Memorial 92, Washington 67, Mission San Jose 61, Ameican 60, Irvington 26, Moreau Catholic 10, John F. Kennedy 2.

Individual results (top three placers): 400 relay: Newark Memorial (Smith, Potts, Mitchell, Aranda) 48.50, James Logan 48.87, American 50.30; 1600: Agustin (JL) 5:25.42, Newsom (JL) 5:26.86, Zeng (MSJ) 5:27.59; 100H: Hameed (JL) 16.12, Patteway (JL) 17.06, Livingston (JL) 17.31; 400: Mitchell (NM) 59.82, Tong (A) 1:00.10, Ramos (NM) 1:02.86; 100: Drinkard (JL) 12.24, Potts (NM) 12.38, Smith (NM) 12.46; 800: Agustin (JL) 2:26.10, Rickey (I) 2:28.42, Zeng (MSJ) 2:31.20; 300LH: Hameed (JL) 48.12, Milton (W) 48.17, Vengco (NM) 49.61; 200: Potts (NM) 25.47, Mitchell (NM) 25.73, Drinkard (JL) 25.88; 3200: Newsom (JL) 11:51.81, Kennedy (W) 12:12.05, Jang (MSJ) 12:24.37; 1600 relay: Newark Memorial (Mitchell, Potts, Smith, Ramos) 3:55.99, James Logan 3:58.43, American 4:10.06; LJ: Mochinaga (A) 18-4, Hamilton (W) 17-3, Flores (A) 17-0; PV: Chang (MSJ) 10-0, Cramer (I) 9-0, Lark (MC) 9-0; SP: Jones (JL) 40-3, Lousi (W) 36-11, Lew-Munoz (A) 35-0.

Thursday MVAL Championships

TJ: Logan (JL) 36-9.5, McCuaig (MSJ) 36-5, Deadwiler (JL) 35-6.75; HJ: Swamy (A) 5-2, Patteway (JL) 5-2, Bradley (MSJ) 5-2; DT: Kaur (JL) 119-10, Lousi (W) 115-8, Ratu (NM) 113-11.