Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Norcal Rankings #7


Boys .......................................................Girls
1) Petaluma NCS.......................................1) Carondelet NCS
2)
Skyline OAK.........................................2) Carlmont CCS
3)
Woodcreek SJS.....................................3) Campolindo NCS
4) Monte Vista NCS...................................4) Davis Sr. SJS
5)
Aptos CCS.............................................5) Ponderosa SJS
6)
Davis Sr. SJS.........................................6) Maria Carrillo NCS
7)
De La Salle NCS.....................................7) Castro Valley NCS
8)
Carlmont CCS........................................8) Mt. View CCS
9)
Amador Valley NCS................................9) St. Ignatius CCS
10) St. Francis, Mt. View CCS
.....................10) Gunn CCS
Honorable Mention (12 teams in alphabetical order)
Bellarmine CCS..........................................Aptos CCS
Campolindo NCS.......................................College Park NCS
Del Campo SJS..........................................Del Oro SJS
Jesuit SJS..................................................Folsom SJS
Los Gatos CCS............................................Livermore NCS
Maria Carrillo NCS.....................................Los Gatos CCS
Mt. View CCS.............................................Mt. Shasta NS
North Monterey County CCS.........................Oak Ridge SJS
Oak Ridge SJS............................................Presentation CCS
Sheldon SJS...............................................St. Mary's NCS
St. Ignatius CCS...........................................St. Francis, Sacramento SJS
Willow Glen CCS.........................................Woodcreek SJS

Boys' Individuals

1) German Fernandez (12) Riverbank SJS

2)
James Tracy (12) Del Campo SJS
3) James Attarian (12) Dublin NCS
4) Gambileg Bor (12) Jefferson CCS
5) Mohammed Abdalla (12) Willow Glen CCS
6)
Diego Estrada (12) Alisal CCS
7) Garrett Seawell (11) Woodcreek SJS
8) Philip MacQuitty (10) Palo Alto CCS
9
) Jack Leng (12) Castro Valley NCS
10) Nate Beach (12) Acalanes NCS

On the cusp
(listed in alphabetical order of first name):
Dmitry Kislyuk (12) California NCS
Garrett Rowe (10) Mt. View CCS
Kenny Durell (12) Davis SJS
Kyle Lackner (12) Jesuit SJS
Jeremy Grace (12) Dublin NCS
Lance Wolfsmith (11) Sobrato CCS
Matt Duffy (12) St. Mary's NCS
Rylan Hunt (11) Aptos CCS
Tyre Johnson (11) Palma CCS
Wyatt Landrum (11) Liberty NCS

Girls' Individual
1)
Laurynne Chetelat (12) Davis Sr. SJS
2)
Sarah Sumpter (12) Healdsburg NCS
3) Nicole Hood (10) Carondelet NCS
4) Jacque Taylor (10) Casa Grande NCS
5) Jennifer Bergman (11) Valley Christian, SJ CCS
6) Stephanie Barnett (11) Leland CCS
7) Maria Malone (11) Folsom SJS
8) Deborah Maier (12) Ponderosa SJS
9) Rachel Hinds (9) St. Ignatius CCS

10) Diana George (11) Livermore NCS

On the cusp (listed in alphabetical order of first name):
Alycia Cridebring (10) College Park NCS
Colleen Lillig (10) California NCS
Hayley Pascale (11) Carlmont CCS
Katy Daly (11) St. Ignatius CCS
Jackie Evans (9) Gunn CCS
Justine Fedronic (11) Carlmont CCS
Lauren Peterson (11) Galt SJS
Rebecca Habtamu (12) Prospect CCS
Samantha Hamilton (10) Half Moon Bay CCS
Shelby Golan (12) St. Francis, Mt. View CCS

Feel free to comment on any omissions or the placing of any of the above teams/individuals.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is Skyline D1?

Albert Caruana said...

Yes

Anonymous said...

will there be another list like this after state and after the season is completely over?

Albert Caruana said...

Following the state meet, I will post the top individual and team times for Northern California schools.

Anonymous said...

how come on Dyestatcal, Davis is ranked to do better than Skline and Monte Vista?

http://dyestatcal.com/rank/xc2007/November/21%20StateTeam.htm

Albert Caruana said...

If you get 10 people to rank XC teams, you will probably get 10 different lists.

Based on what teams ran at their section final, Skyline and MV both came out ahead of Davis when you convert all their times to the Woodward Park course.

How that translates to the uber competitive Division I field, we'll see.

Connor of MV said...

2 Questions.

1. On the dyestat rankings, it said you had a say in them, according to what everyone (and yourself) said, would MV be on the cusp for a possible top 10 performance?

2. If MV and AV continue to have another good race at State, is there a good chance there will be more than two spots for the state meet next year?

Albert Caruana said...

Connor,

I offer my suggestions for the state meet rankings and in the end it's Rich's call where all the teams end up. To answer your question, yes MV is on the cusp of the top 10 based on your team's performance at NCS.

The state meet berths are determined with the following criteria in mind.

AUTOMATIC TEAM ENTRIES (Article 1701)
Team entries into the state championship meet are based on a formula that includes two
factors: 1) An established baseline providing a minimum number of entries for each
section. 2) Additional entries based upon the most recent four (4) year history of the
section team performance in each divisional race. No section shall have more than seven
(7) team entries in any divisional race. (Federated Council May 2003)

I am not sure if the changes would occur next year but yes the success of MV and AV at the state meet would benefit the NCS in Division I in the future.

Anonymous said...

jeez. no respect for ncs in D-I boys at dyestat. and it looks like you had little say in D-II. sorry about that. a little extra modivation for our team i guess.

-Spencer S

Good luck to all NCS guys and girls saturday!

Anonymous said...

How is Woodcreek ahead of Ptown in State rankings????? Strong front runner for Woodcreek but the other two guys have fallen off dramatically in last two meets. They were separated by 10-15 seconds early now it is 30-40 seconds. Lockert was up with the trio early. He has 4 guys following him on good days in 30-40 seconds.

Albert Caruana said...

Let's let the state meet results speak for themselves.

Good luck to all the Northern CA teams in Fresno.

Anonymous said...

I think the results have spoken. Especially in D2. Both ranked teams placed higher than they were ranked.