Eleanor Roosevelt High All-Mets Jermaine Lewis and Ebony Robinson turned in standout performances over the weekend as Washington area athletes made quite an impression at the 33rd annual Golden West Invitational track meet for high school seniors at American River College in Sacramento, Calif.

Lewis won the boys 100 meters in 10.33 seconds, the second-fastest time in the history of the meet. Lewis, who is headed to the University of Maryland on a football scholarship, also won the 200 in 20.94 and was named the meet's outstanding male performer.

Robinson won the girls 200 in a meet record 23.54. She finished second in the 100 in a personal-best of 11.45, behind Danielle Marshall (11.36) of Kirkland, Wash. Robinson's time in the 100 qualified her to attend next weekend's Olympic trials in New Orleans -- at her expense -- but Eleanor Roosevelt Coach Larry Colbert said Lewis and Robinson instead will go to the Keebler Invitational meet in Chicago on Saturday.

"To be realistic, Ebony does not have a chance to make the Olympic team right now," said Colbert. "I think she needs to go to college {the University of Florida on a track scholarship}, get more seasoning and focus on the Olympics for 1996."

Other Washington area performers who made the most of their trips to the Golden West were Tyra Moore of Largo, who won the girls triple jump (40 feet 10 1/2 inches), Kelly Mercer of T.C. Williams (second in the girls mile in 4:59.1) and Jonathan Ogden of St. Albans (second in the shot put at 62-9 3/4).

"The East Coast kids don't get much attention paid to them at meets like this," said Colbert. "But after the way these kids did, they may be thinking of changing the meet's name to the Golden East Invitational."