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Thursday, June 17, 2010

2010 CCS Division Placement and State Meet XC Entries

Boys
http://www.cifccs.org/playoffs/cbeds/09-10%20for%2010-11%20boys%20x-country.pdf

Girls
http://www.cifccs.org/playoffs/cbeds/09-10%20for%2010-11%20girls%20x-country.pdf

Some of the teams that have moved in CCS from 2009 to 2010:
Boys
Moving up to Division I:  Gunn and Fremont
Moving down to Division II:  Mount Pleasant
Moving down to Division III:  Pajaro Valley
Moving down to Division IV:  Archbishop Riordon

Girls
Moving up to Division I:  Palo Alto and Leland
Moving down to Division II:  Woodside and Mt. Pleasant
Moving down to Division III:  Mills
Moving up to Division III:  Santa Cruz and Soledad
Moving down to Division IV:  Gunderson and Notre Dame-Belmont
Moving down to Division V:  Santa Catalina


2010 CA State XC Team Entries


At the state level, here are the changes from 2009 to 2010:
Boys
CCS lost a spot in Division III (from 4 to 3) and in Division IV (from 3 to 2).
NCS gained the spot in Division IV (from 3 to 4).
SJS gained the spot in Division III (from 2 to 3).

Girls
SJS lost a spot in Division I (from 3 to 2).
SS lost a spot in Division V (from 7 to 6).
CS gained the spot in Division I (from 2 to 3).
NCS gained the spot in Division V (from 4 to 5).

10 comments:

formergilroyrunner said...

Girls D1 is going to be crazy! 3 of the top 4 teams in CCS were in D1 last year: Gunn, Carlmont, Gilroy

Add to this Leland which has always been very strong, and Palo Alto is pretty good too and this is one tough division! They should be getting 3 spots to go to the state meet.

Anonymous said...

Gilroy has nothing on Gunn or Carlmont, they are the BEST in CCS. Gunn will win it all this year for sure! Gilroy lost some good runners and probably aren't going to be a factor this year. Go Gunn!

Albert Caruana said...

Spots to the state meet are not based on how competitive the divisions are in each section. What matters is teams being competitive at the state meet (i.e. top 10 finishes).

As you said, girls' division I race in CCS will be very competitive. Hopefully that will raise the level of each team which could eventually lead to another spot at the state meet.

Jason J said...

In the SJS, would El Camino's 10th place finish in 2010 give D3 that extra spot? Does it happen that quickly?

Albert Caruana said...

Based on a three year period.

Jason J said...

2007-2009, EC finished 18th, 16th, 10th respectively. They were the highest placed SJS team for D3 those 3 yrs as well. Apparently that equals an extra berth.

Anonymous said...

Its based on all teams from the section, not just one team.

Anonymous said...

You would think girls D1 would have more than 2 spots. a few years ago carlmont, monta vista, and milpitas were teams good enough to place top 10 or top 15 at the state meet. they were some of the best norcal teams too, all out of ccs d1!

perhaps girls d1 will get the extra spot in the coming years, because carlmont and gunn tend to be very competitive and leland is good too. however, carlmont is a bit up in the air at this point...

Anonymous said...

It is based on how they perform AT State. Gunn Girls BOMBED at State last year, that's not going to help CCS get another team spot.

Anonymous said...

why is there no automatic team qualification time for the state meet?