The Petaluma Trojans track teams enjoyed another successful season. The boys varsity team won the Sonoma County League title, while the girls varsity team finished second.
Petaluma was led by senior Teddy Scranton, who earned a trip to the state meet, where he threw the discuss a personal best 164-1.
The throw was the second best in school history and third best in the Redwood Empire ever.
Every year, the team has its awards night where several male and female athletes are honored for their accomplishments.
This year's Most Valuable Female award was shared by Katie Dunbar and Liza Bernard. The Most Valuable Male Runner was Ryan Douglas, who is headed to Yale to continue running distance events.
For the field events, the Most Valuable awards stayed in the Scranton family. Sophomore Allison was the female recipient and Teddy was the male recpient. The brother-sister duo were both SCL champions in discuss and shot put.
Improvement is always noticed and the Most Improved Female was Madison Parratt and the male winner was Monroe Marlatt.
Recognized for inspiring teammates and coaches were Joanna Doll and Douglas. Doll won the Most Inspirational Female and Douglas was the male winner.
Coaches awards were handed out to Ty Pearson, Natalie Gilmore, Kaenon Kron and Ellie O'Neill.