LOS ANGELES--Washington State University alum Jeshua Anderson (left/photo by Paul Merca) ran a season best time in winning the 400 hurdles at the Jim Bush Southern California Championships at Drake Stadium on the campus of UCLA on Saturday.
Anderson easily won in a time of 49.10, a mark which makes him the ninth fastest performer this season.
The Jim Bush meet doubled as the USA Track & Field West region championships and is designed as a competitive opportunity for athletes to attain qualifying marks for the upcoming USA championships in Sacramento.
Lewis & Clark HS alum Britney Henry, competing for Oiselle, finished second in the hammer with a best mark of 222-6 (67.81m) as Jessica Cosby Toruga won with a toss of 238-7 (72.72m).
In Clovis, California, incoming University of Washington freshman Fred Huxham of Redwood HS won the CIF 3200 title Saturday in a time of 8:54.24.