Saturday, October 16, 2010

27th Annual Mariner-Saucony Invitational Results

http://www.runnercard.com/runner/data/514/2572/Result/27th_Moreau_Saucony_Mariner.htm

At Garin Park in Hayward.  (Fairly difficult course)


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know if Mount Eden or Casa Grande were holding runners out?

Anonymous said...

Check out the JV results. PSATs were held today.

Anonymous said...

Alright so Mt Eden put their three runner in the Jr-Sr race, but Casa Grande didn't run their 4 and 5. I wonder why Mt Eden did that...?

Anonymous said...

PSATs were the same day as the race which means that some people would not get back in time for the varsity race.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they're injured?How do you think both schools will do at NCS Div II?

Anonymous said...

Mt. Eden and Casa Grande might have finished 3rd and 4th respectively at the Mariner Invitational, but they are farther apart than they look.

Mt. Eden
#1 17:13 Arthur Ruvalcaba
#2 17:59 Marvin Nugal
#3 18:28 Giovani Perez
#4 18:54 David Nguyen
#5 19:20 Jordan Cruz
#6 19:24 Auburn Jordan

Casa Grande
#1 17:56 Austin Minnick
#2 18:41 Ben Tarango
#3 18:54 Daryn Cubba
#4 19:42 AJ Salazar
#5 19:54 Adam Lundquist
#6 19:55 Aaron DalPoggett

If Casa Grande's #4 and #5 didn't run, and if they were to finish consecutively after their #3 runner, they still wouldn't have a chance and that's without Mt. Eden's #3 runner.

Anonymous said...

To add on to that, I'm fairly certain the Casa Grande's actualy 4 and 5 runners are only 10-20 seconds faster than the 4 and 5 that ran at Mariner.

Anonymous said...

I think Mt.Eden will finish somewhere between 2nd to 4th at NCS and Casa Grande between 4th and 6th. This is not a strong division and is there for the taking.

Anonymous said...

i honestly believe mt eden will scared srv

Anonymous said...

The 2 good teams the large school Mariner Invitational easily beat the rest of the 9 school field. This was not one of the tougher initationals.

Anonymous said...

Del campo easely won this meet without their # 2 runner out for the psat