Wednesday, December 01, 2021

State Meet Certificates for athletes and coaches

https://www.cifstate.org/sports/cross_country/certificates/index

Standout Oregon distance runner Cooper Teare leaves Ducks for pro career

https://www.registerguard.com/story/sports/college/track-field/2021/12/01/star-distance-runner-cooper-teare-leaves-oregon-pro-career/8809628002/

My Reflection on the Passing of Bob Shor by Chris Puppione

Bumping this up to the front.
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I have enjoyed a pretty blessed existence, in that much of my life has remained steady despite my occasionally turbulent tendencies.

Perhaps that's why I felt an odd connection to Bob Shor (Michael Lucid photo) across the last 20 years. He was always there, and he knew what it meant to be an explosive personality, yet truly gentle at the core.

Bob was nothing if not furiously dedicated, and I understood that. I also understood what that kind of commitment can do to a man.

It can make you appear strict. It can make you appear compulsive. It can make you appear inflexible.

Truthfully, however, that kind of dedication--which is truly devotion--is so striking, many do not know how to respond--not even the man from whom it emanates. Bob was indeed complex, but his mission--his vocation--was quite simple. He was a man who believed he was here to serve others, and there is no greater calling than that.

Over the years, I came to see Bob for all of his immensity. Make no mistake, despite the slight frame, we all recognized him as a large man. We were not so much with him, as we were among him. He commanded that much space, and he deserved it--because space is given with an air of respect.

And while many of us witnessed his fire in many public moments of "educating" an athlete who may have taken a misstep, I do hope people watched more closely between the races, during the staging, in practice sessions, and away from the starter's perch.

Did you ever have Bob whisper you an encouraging word when he knew you needed it most? Were you that first-time youth runner who needed track to be your safe place? Or that foolhardy young coach who thought he'd seen it all only to have reality drop on your head like a 16-pound shot?

Yeah, I was the last one.

I had the chance to watch Bob interact with the kids of Santa Rosa Express and other youth clubs at USATF meets, and I can tell you, he was like a grandfather to all. When I heard of his passing, I did a search on social media of his name to see how far the news had reached, and even the NCS great Aisha Margain--from the East Bay--posted a noted about how much she adored Bob Shor.

Look, make no mistake, Bob was tough, but its a tough that was rare and a tough that we will miss. Despite all the gruffness, he was the one my boys at Cardinal Newman lovingly memorialized for eternity with their epic "A Day in the Life of Bob Shor" sketches on our van rides home from meets.

He was a local running icon--and that is undeniable.

In the last few years, I would take some time at each meet Bob was starting to visit with him. As I said, I felt a kinship there. He knew I was a pretty excitable guy as well--believe me. But we both loved our sport, and we loved it because of what it does for the kids we served.

No one has served those kids better than Bob Shor, and I guess I just wanted a little of that magic to rub off on me. And I believe some of it did.

Bob had an incredible speech he would give before most races, and generations of kids have internalized it, I am sure. The part that lingers with me now is just a snippet from his well-rehearsed monologue. It was when he was reminding the athletes that he would not fire the gun until they were all perfectly still.

"...not JUST you, but EVERYBODY..."

It is interesting how that phrase strikes me now. Perhaps sentimentality is luring me toward a different understanding, but it does strike me as something that is very central to the sport of running--and that is community.

It is not JUST about you, even though running can be regarded as an individual sport. You can run on your own, but it is more enjoyable with EVERYBODY there with you.

Bob has always been there for you. He has always been there for EVERYBODY.

So when the kids stand behind their blocks, or take two steps back from the line, we will respect the space that is created there. We will know that this empty space is where Bob would be, giving his final instructions before the kids take another shot at discovering just how great they can truly be.

Godspeed, Bob.

Monday, November 29, 2021

NorCal Podium Finishers (Teams and Individuals)

Division III Boys
2) Campolindo (NCS)
3) Maria Carrillo (NCS)

Division IV Boys
1) Albany (NCS)
2) Archie Williams (NCS)
3) Scotts Valley (CCS)

Division III Girls
1) Campolindo (NCS)
2) Del Oro (SJS)

Division IV Girls
None

Division V Boys
1) Lick Wilmerding (NCS)
3) Crystal Springs Uplands School (CCS)

Division I Girls
1) Oak Ridge (SJS)

Division II Boys
2) Granada (NCS)

Division V Girls
1) University (NCS)
2) Lick-Wilmerding (NCS)

Division I Boys
None

Division II Girls
Granite Bay (SJS)

Individuals coming up...

Division III Boys
1) Caden Carney Tamalpais (NCS)
7) Mario Giannini Chico (NS)
10) Rhys Pullen Campolindo (NCS)

Division IV Boys
3) Sean Morello Albany (NCS)
4) Adin Dibble Sonora (SJS)
7) Daniel Winter St. Mary's, Stockton (SJS)
8) Broen Holman Sonora (SJS)
9) Ryder Brabo Scotts Valley (CCS)

Division III Girls
1) Hanne Thomsen Montgomery (NCS)
5) Ellie Buckley Campolindo (NCS)

Division IV Girls
1) Sophia Nordenholz Albany (NCS)
2) Olivia Williams Acalanes (NCS)
3) Ashlyn Boothby Scotts Valley (CCS)
7) Mahalia Quintana Woodland (SJS)
8) Renae Searls Alhambra (NCS)

Division V Boys
2) Alex Mader Lick-Wilmerding (NCS)
5) Michael Julian York (CCS)

Division I Girls
1) Anna McNatt McClatchy (SJS)
6) Elizabeth Fetter Palo Alto (CCS)

Division II Boys
2) Roland Ruckmann-Barnes Granada (NCS)
4) Tommy Rogers Serra (CCS)
5) Oscar Gomez De La Salle (NCS)
6) Alex Lamoureux College Park (NCS)

Division V Girls
2) Samira Kennedy Castilleja (CCS)
5) Kaiya Brooks Crystal Springs Uplands School (CCS)
9) Amelie Maltz Lick-Wilmerding (NCS)

Division I Boys
5) Zachary Ayers Davis (SJS)
8) Aidan Dimick Carlmont (CCS)
10) Braden King Jesuit (SJS)

Division II Girls
5) Tatiana Cornejo St. Francis, Sacramento (SJS)
7) Katie Kopec Whitney (SJS)
10) Bella Peretti Pioneer (CCS)

Sunday, November 28, 2021

Top NorCal Teams and Individuals

 Boys

1Newbury Park-SS211-2-3-4-11(14)(46)1:13:2314:410:45.0
2Great Oak-SS29427-50-57-77-83(150)(172)1:18:4815:460:24.4
3West Torrance-SS30213-45-53-88-103(238)(399)1:18:3315:430:47.5
4Loyola-SS35835-60-68-78-117(149)(189)1:19:1015:500:29.2
5Campolindo-NCS38030-76-79-96-99(140)(332)1:19:1715:520:25.8
6San Clemente-SS49131-40-55-164-201(306)(494)1:19:3615:560:49.7
7San Luis Obispo-CS49458-64-93-124-155(310)(359)1:19:5015:580:27.8
8Granada-NCS50721-102-110-120-154(296)(334)1:19:4515:570:50.6
9Mira Costa-SS53666-69-73-157-171(330)(416)1:20:0016:000:28.9
10Clovis North-CS57042-91-111-142-184(274)(409)1:20:1016:020:42.0
11Jesuit-SJS57315-54-138-145-221(408)(519)1:19:5115:591:12.3
12Crescenta Valley-SS65718-112-115-187-225(248)(335)1:20:1416:031:11.2
13Ayala-SS73263-119-132-203-215(307)(337)1:20:5216:110:39.0
14Vacaville-SJS73395-108-116-182-232(441)(585)1:20:5316:110:32.1
15Claremont-SS74922-122-129-137-339(366)(419)1:20:3716:081:26.4
16Dana Hills-SS78720-107-141-206-313(363)(465)1:20:4216:091:25.6
17Vista Murrieta-SS79432-84-85-266-327(504)(512)1:20:5016:101:13.0
18Dublin-NCS80129-160-176-214-222(241)(413)1:20:5916:120:55.7
19Maria Carrillo-NCS831114-125-134-186-272(464)(593)1:21:1916:160:34.3
20Albany-NCS86610-59-224-284-289(660)(693)1:20:4716:101:31.4
21Palo Alto-CCS92262-65-128-210-457(473)(715)1:21:2116:171:27.3
22Madera South-CS94070-130-197-252-291(299)(607)1:21:3616:200:52.3
23Ventura-SS956166-177-190-200-223(354)(374)1:21:4616:220:12.9
24Bellarmine-CCS96338-174-181-239-331(350)(362)1:21:3316:191:11.0
25Scotts Valley-CCS98134-67-199-209-472(517)(555)1:21:3016:181:42.6
26Archie Williams-NCS99582-113-173-304-323(326)(427)1:21:4616:220:52.3
27St. John Bosco-SS100216-98-136-277-475(592)(618)1:21:2216:172:02.3
28Oakdale-SJS101839-92-211-336-340(690)(755)1:21:3916:201:12.6
29Davis-SJS10286-74-101-220-627(661)(698)1:21:1516:153:05.1
30Grossmont-SDS102937-104-231-301-356(737)(750)1:21:4316:211:15.5
31Clovis West-CS1036121-133-168-257-357(401)(527)1:21:5916:240:47.1
32Mountain View-CCS106524-90-185-270-496(608)(662)1:21:4616:221:55.8
33Lick Wilmerding-NCS10787-213-249-263-346(435)(498)1:21:2216:171:54.9
34Monte Vista-NCS108371-72-259-311-370(377)(581)1:21:5516:231:04.7
35Hart-SS111280-230-245-271-286(320)(578)1:22:1416:270:46.9
36Santa Fe Christian-SDS112912-19-159-379-560(623)(670)1:21:2516:172:30.3
37Cathedral-SS113636-97-217-368-418(595)(631)1:22:0016:241:27.5
38Santa Margarita-SS114689-118-258-338-343(695)(774)1:22:1716:280:54.0
39Sanger-CS119341-163-195-355-439(584)(635)1:22:1716:281:31.3
40Otay Ranch-SDS1197169-205-250-264-309(373)(479)1:22:3516:310:27.3
41Newark Memorial-NCS121175-143-242-285-466(530)(548)1:22:3316:311:23.8
42Agoura-SS121517-275-292-302-329(425)(528)1:22:0916:261:31.3
43Harvard-Westlake-SS121728-165-179-396-449(476)(654)1:22:1716:281:39.5
44Redondo Union-SS122456-251-283-316-318(386)(414)1:22:3116:311:00.0
45Brea Olinda-SS124487-178-194-375-410(491)(551)1:22:3516:311:05.9
46Mt Carmel-SDS1306100-207-218-383-398(421)(485)1:22:4816:341:01.8
47Capistrano Valley-SS1322152-188-216-381-385(442)(497)1:22:5416:350:43.8
48De La Salle-NCS136725-170-273-436-463(538)(613)1:22:4916:341:45.2
49Dougherty Valley-NCS1368105-237-290-293-443(535)(790)1:23:0516:371:08.8
50Foothill-SS136949-156-324-369-471(486)(518)1:22:5416:351:35.7

1SAHLMAN, ColinSR1141Newbury Park-SS114:26.5---4:38.62:53.3
2YOUNG, LeoJR1142Newbury Park-SS214:28.0.54:39.12:53.6
3YOUNG, LexJR1143Newbury Park-SS314:30.33.84:39.82:54.0
4SAHLMAN, AaronJR1140Newbury Park-SS414:46.419.94:45.02:57.3
5PALA, KenanSR631Francis Parker-SDS514:51.023.54:46.52:58.2
6AYERS, ZacharySR464Davis-SJS614:55.629.14:47.92:59.1
7MADER, AlexSR891Lick Wilmerding-NCS714:56.329.84:48.22:59.3
8CAUDILLO, ChristopherJR381Clovis-CS--14:59.232.74:49.12:59.8
9SANNES, MaxSR119Big Bear-SS815:00.534.04:49.53:00.1
10CARNEY, CadenSR1731Tamalpais-NCS--15:04.638.14:50.93:00.9
11GILMORE, BryceSR1427Sage Creek-SDS915:08.642.14:52.13:01.7
12MORELLO, SeanJR51Albany-NCS1015:09.943.44:52.63:02.0
13APPLEFORD, DanielSR1137Newbury Park-SS1115:11.545.04:53.13:02.3
14TRAMMELL, MarkSR1506Santa Fe Christian-SDS1215:12.946.44:53.53:02.6
15GIBSON, ConorSR1925West Torrance-SS1315:12.946.44:53.53:02.6
16DIMICK, AidanSR219Carlmont-CCS--15:14.748.24:54.13:02.9
17MARTINEZ, HectorJR1139Newbury Park-SS1415:15.148.64:54.23:03.0
18GIVENS, IsaiahSR1284Pasadena-SS--15:15.348.84:54.33:03.0
19STEINS, JaredSR1568Servite-SS--15:15.549.04:54.43:03.1
20KING, BradenSR779Jesuit-SJS1515:15.749.24:54.43:03.1
21CHAVEZ, ChristopherSR1671St. John Bosco-SS1615:16.149.64:54.63:03.2
22GODSEY, EthanSR40Agoura-SS1715:16.750.24:54.73:03.3
23SIMMONS, ParkerJR425Crescenta Valley-SS1815:17.450.94:55.03:03.5
24BOBOWSKI, AlexSR1501Santa Fe Christian-SDS1915:17.450.94:55.03:03.5
25DAWSON, JAISR452Dana Hills-SS2015:19.152.64:55.53:03.8
26JULIAN, MichaelSR1748The York School-CCS--15:22.255.74:56.53:04.4
27RUCKMANN-BARNES, RolandJR684Granada-NCS2115:22.956.44:56.73:04.6
28COLES, ChrisSR341Claremont-SS2215:23.256.74:56.83:04.6
29STEFANOU, LukeSR1283Palos Verdes-SS--15:23.857.34:57.03:04.7
30DIBBLE, AdinSR1603Sonora-SJS--15:24.357.84:57.23:04.9
31GIANNINI, MarioSR297Chico-NS2315:24.958.44:57.43:05.0
32LEBLOND, EmmanuelSR1084Mountain View-CCS2415:28.11:01.64:58.43:05.6
33KIRK, WillSR1282Palos Verdes-SS--15:28.41:01.94:58.53:05.7
34ROGERS, TommySR792Junipero Serra-CCS--15:28.81:02.34:58.63:05.7
35GOMEZ, OscarSR474De La Salle-NCS2515:30.51:04.04:59.23:06.1
36OSBORN, NathanSR746High Tech High (SD)-SDS2615:30.91:04.44:59.33:06.2
37CORTES, RamsesJR702Great Oak-SS2715:30.91:04.44:59.33:06.2
38AVILA, NathanielSR380Clovis-CS--15:31.41:04.94:59.53:06.3
39PARRA, JasonSO1025Millikan-SS--15:31.61:05.14:59.53:06.3
40BOWLDS, PrestonSR1287Patrick Henry-SDS--15:31.71:05.24:59.63:06.3
41SHEEHY, WillSR736Harvard-Westlake-SS2815:32.01:04.54:59.73:06.4
42TRAMPE, DanielSR533Dublin-NCS2915:32.51:06.04:59.83:06.5
43PULLEN, RhysSR191Campolindo-NCS3015:32.91:06.44:59.93:06.6
44FOODY, BrennanSR54Aliso Niguel-SS--15:33.01:05.55:00.03:06.6
45WINTER, DanielSR1637St Mary's-SJS--15:33.41:06.95:00.13:06.7
46HOLMAN, BroenFR1604Sonora-SJS--15:34.21:07.75:00.43:06.8
47BEAUCHEMIN, HaydenSR1439San Clemente-SS3115:34.31:07.85:00.43:06.8
48DENHALTER, LanceSR1898Vista Murrieta-SS3215:34.81:08.35:00.63:07.0
49LAMOUREUX, AlexJR395College Park-NCS3315:35.11:08.65:00.73:07.0
50BRABO, RyderSR1548Scotts Valley-CCS3415:35.41:08.95:00.83:07.1
Girls
1Buchanan-CS1237-12-23-38-43(123)(790)1:30:1318:030:52.0
2Newbury Park-SS1745-19-24-57-69(174)(223)1:30:2718:061:28.1
3Mira Costa-SS3161-11-14-106-184(337)(381)1:30:5318:112:29.5
4Oak Ridge-SJS41040-47-49-68-206(283)(369)1:33:2218:411:09.6
5Canyon (An)-SS45822-61-63-152-160(201)(554)1:33:4118:451:07.2
6Dougherty Valley-NCS50545-58-101-116-185(422)(654)1:34:1218:510:59.0
7Campolindo-NCS56020-55-88-171-226(506)(721)1:34:2018:521:33.0
8Granite Bay-SJS56632-79-138-145-172(196)(640)1:34:3118:551:01.1
9Del Oro-SJS60510-72-157-164-202(408)(492)1:34:1318:511:45.5
10Great Oak-SS60815-81-127-192-193(245)(249)1:34:3418:551:24.7
11Los Altos-CCS61717-77-83-168-272(330)(340)1:34:3518:551:46.3
12Torrey Pines-SDS66426-33-187-188-230(291)(455)1:34:5018:581:28.7
13Clovis North-CS68716-74-93-239-265(314)(472)1:35:0219:011:46.6
14St. Francis (MV)-CCS71654-131-137-182-212(264)(397)1:35:3719:081:01.9
15Poway-SDS72125-36-144-159-357(459)(517)1:35:0119:012:02.6
16JSerra-SS73078-80-118-220-234(275)(404)1:35:4119:090:56.8
17Sage Creek-SDS7438-148-162-163-262(518)(556)1:34:5819:002:12.1
18Cathedral Catholic-SDS778*96-109-130-205-238(246)(379)1:36:0719:140:45.7
19La Canada-SS778*44-46-136-198-354(416)(489)1:35:3219:071:49.4
20Granada-NCS78066-102-126-166-320(403)(462)1:35:5519:111:27.7
21Vista Murrieta-SS78721-161-167-217-221(279)(287)1:35:4519:091:29.4
22Tamalpais-NCS80270-84-133-210-305(429)(638)1:36:0219:131:20.5
23Redondo Union-SS80630-124-176-224-252(293)(333)1:35:5419:111:31.3
24Oaks Christian-SS8079-50-204-270-274(376)(615)1:35:0919:022:14.6
25Palos Verdes-SS82559-76-169-200-321(343)(453)1:36:0019:121:31.9
26Dana Hills-SS82934-129-165-177-324(348)(387)1:35:5919:121:48.0
27Del Norte-SDS85835-62-179-259-323(477)(493)1:36:0419:131:47.4
28St Francis-Sac-SJS89713-115-135-295-339(368)1:36:0619:142:15.0
29Sanger-CS923107-139-141-158-378(427)(521)1:36:4119:211:19.7
30Acalanes-NCS9572-149-173-235-398(658)(691)1:35:2519:053:25.8
31Laguna Hills-SS96229-105-120-297-411(590)(689)1:36:3419:192:13.9
32La Costa Canyon-SDS97948-154-178-292-307(342)(555)1:36:5119:231:32.8
33Los Gatos-CCS99085-90-103-341-371(483)1:37:0019:241:27.4
34Claremont-SS100418-175-207-296-308(329)(572)1:36:4719:221:55.8
35Miramonte-NCS100973-117-211-289-319(391)(530)1:37:0919:261:23.0
36Redwood-NCS106839-183-186-316-344(447)(502)1:37:1619:281:50.9
37Maria Carrillo-NCS109942-150-214-318-375(395)(414)1:37:2519:291:54.0
38Monte Vista-NCS115294-99-280-332-347(352)(578)1:37:5819:361:17.4
39Huntington Beach-SS115751-142-213-331-420(540)(558)1:37:4819:342:00.7
40Chino Hills-SS1180110-112-219-367-372(433)(464)1:37:5919:361:17.7
41Bishop Amat-SS1185151-228-233-285-288(390)(396)1:38:1519:390:42.6
42Harvard-Westlake-SS119097-248-269-277-299(360)(443)1:38:1419:391:03.5
43South Torrance-SS1234121-240-241-271-361(513)(544)1:38:2419:411:11.0
44Santiago (Corona)-SS124365-153-263-286-476(588)(607)1:38:1219:392:08.7
45Oak Park-SS125331-242-257-302-421(551)(606)1:38:1019:382:16.3
46Westlake-SS1270113-251-255-306-345(419)(488)1:38:3719:441:12.7
47South Pasadena-SS135298-199-254-394-407(515)(587)1:38:5019:461:30.0
48El Toro-SS1361146-222-247-353-393(413)(557)1:38:5919:481:10.8
49Lick Wilmerding-NCS1366100-250-317-322-377(451)(497)1:39:0119:491:21.6
50SF University-NCS1369190-208-268-338-365(402)(415)1:39:0519:490:50.8
1NORDENHOLZ, SophiaSR45Albany-NCS--16:46.0---5:23.53:21.2
2FRIAS, DaliaSR1030Mira Costa-SS116:52.06.05:25.43:22.4
3WILLIAMS, OliviaSO31Acalanes-NCS216:56.211.25:26.73:23.2
4ENGELHARDT, SadieFR1847Ventura-SS316:58.713.75:27.53:23.7
5MCNATT, AnnaJR1001McClatchy-SJS417:07.522.55:30.43:25.5
6MCDONNELL, SamSR1133Newbury Park-SS517:08.723.75:30.73:25.7
7BOOTHBY, AshlynSO1542Scotts Valley-CCS617:27.142.15:36.73:29.4
8SUNDGREN, SydneyJR170Buchanan-CS717:30.445.45:37.73:30.1
9WALLACE, StormySR1424Sage Creek-SDS817:34.048.05:38.93:30.8
10DUARTE, IsabellaSR1538Saugus-SS--17:34.949.95:39.23:31.0
11GODSEY, PaytonSO1211Oaks Christian-SS917:35.350.35:39.33:31.0
12CALLANAN, AishlingJR1289Peninsula-SS--17:35.450.45:39.33:31.1
13THOMSEN, HanneFR1078Montgomery-NCS--17:38.052.05:40.23:31.6
14CHAMBERLAIN, RileySR488Del Oro-SJS1017:41.055.05:41.13:32.2
15FARMER, JaceySR1354Rancho Bernardo-SDS--17:41.456.45:41.33:32.3
16FETTER, ElizabethJR1266Palo Alto-CCS--17:44.559.55:42.33:32.9
17PARSLEY, EllaSR1034Mira Costa-SS1117:45.51:00.55:42.63:33.1
18SMITH, BrianneJR1353Quartz Hill-SS--17:47.41:02.45:43.23:33.5
19MCCORKLE, GeorgiaSR35Agoura-SS--17:52.31:07.35:44.83:34.5
20LOMELI, EllianaFR167Buchanan-CS1217:54.01:08.05:45.33:34.8
21CORNEJO, TatianaSR1629St Francis-Sac-SJS1317:54.61:09.65:45.53:34.9
22CHAVEZ, MiaSR311Chino-SS--17:55.01:09.05:45.73:35.0
23CHITTENDEN, AnnaJR1028Mira Costa-SS1417:57.11:12.15:46.33:35.4
24KOPEC, KatieJR1939Whitney-SJS--17:57.31:12.35:46.43:35.4
25GAFFNEY, KelliJR695Great Oak-SS1517:59.11:14.15:47.03:35.8
26LEATH, AshlynJR361Clovis North-CS1618:00.91:15.95:47.63:36.2
27SOOBRIAN, LaurenJR919Los Altos-CCS1718:02.41:17.45:48.03:36.5
28CHEN, Jie Yi DeniseSO334Claremont-SS1818:03.71:18.75:48.43:36.7
29SAX, TiffanyFR1135Newbury Park-SS1918:03.81:18.85:48.53:36.7
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