Gamespeed’s female sprinters off to solid seasons.

Track & Field– Gamespeed track athletes don’t just run, they RACE!. They undergo training that develops the physical, technical and tactical skills needed to perform at the highest levels of competitive track and field. We have a tradition of having some of the top male and female sprinters in the North Coast Section. That tradition is securely in tact with its latest crop of developing athletes. Our speed , power, conditioning  and block training is showing impressive early results.


Chinyere Okoro – The ninth grader from Pleasanton has sped 12.04 PR winning her heat (4th overall) at the Sac State Hornet Invite against collegiate competition and then came back and ran 25.20 for 200m to place 5th overall.

She has also run 12.20 in winning the 100m at the Chabot Invitational again with collegiate competitors and running 24.70 for the 200m win.

Her times would rank her amongst the top 20 at 100m  and top 10 at 200m in the state. Impressive.

Masina Mayo – This ninth grader out of Lafayette, Ca has had impressive runs of 12.59  (14th rank North coast)and 26.00 (9th rank ) for 100m and 200m. With only having three meets she continues to improve and will be one of the bay areas fastest females sprinters.

Anaya Alexander – This senior from Walnut Creek had an amazing meet this past weekend  running 56.33 (3rd North coast rank)at 400m and a personal best of 25.45 (4th north coast rank) for 200m.