Saturday, November 27, 2010

All NorCal Boys at State 16 minutes and under...

    12 Daniel Milechman                 SR Tamalpais                4 NCS 15:10.9  4:54
   13 Parker Schuh                     SR Mountain View            2 CCS 15:11.6  4:54
   18 Will Geiken                      SR Los Gatos                2 CCS 15:15.9  4:55
   19 Jeff Bickert                     SR College Park             1 NCS 15:16.0  4:55
   23 Domenic D'Acquisto               SR Enterprise               3 NS  15:20.0  4:57
   27 Chris Kigar                      SR El Camino                2 SJS 15:21.2  4:57
   33 Trevor Halsted                   SR Davis Sr.                1 SJS 15:27.0  4:59
   40 Anthony Ortolan                  SR College Park             1 NCS 15:29.8  5:00
   41 Thomas Joyce                     JR Campolindo               3 NCS 15:30.7  5:00
   43 Luis Luna                        JR Piner                    3 NCS 15:31.1  5:00
   54 Robert Pflasterer                SR Del Campo                2 SJS 15:34.7  5:01
   56 Forrest Shaffer                  SR Petaluma                 3 NCS 15:36.1  5:02
   65 Riley Ruppenthal                 JR Ponderosa                2 SJS 15:39.5  5:03
   69 Kevin Bishop                     JR Monta Vista              1 CCS 15:40.7  5:03
   71 Jack Nevins                      SR Del Campo                2 SJS 15:41.5  5:04
   79 Kyle Williams                    SR De La Salle              1 NCS 15:43.9  5:04
   84 Jordan Rushing                   JR Del Campo                2 SJS 15:44.8  5:05
   87 Grant Foster                     JR Los Gatos                2 CCS 15:45.0  5:05
   91 Cole Williams                    SR Urban School Of Sf       5 NCS 15:45.5  5:05
   92 Kyle Feuerhelm                   SR Woodside                 2 CCS 15:45.6  5:05
   93 Adrian Hinojosa                  JR Bellarmine               1 CCS 15:45.8  5:05
   97 Yohaness Estifanos               SO Milpitas                 1 CCS 15:48.0  5:06
   98 Esteban Valencia                 JR Bellarmine               1 CCS 15:48.2  5:06
   99 Parker Deuel                     JR San Ramon Valley         2 NCS 15:48.7  5:06
  103 John Lawson                      SO Sir Francis Drake        4 NCS 15:50.2  5:06
  109 Jack Bordoni                     JR Bellarmine               1 CCS 15:51.3  5:07
  112 Trevor Ehlenbach                 SR San Rafael               4 NCS 15:51.8  5:07
  114 Peter Anthony                    JR Cupertino                2 CCS 15:52.2  5:07
  115 Richard Ho                       SO Leland                   2 CCS 15:52.3  5:07
  124 Will Holland                     SR College Park             1 NCS 15:54.2  5:08
  125 Trent Brendel                    SO Granite Bay              1 SJS 15:54.4  5:08
  127 Michael Johnson                  SR De La Salle              1 NCS 15:54.5  5:08
  130 Ben Schneider                    SR Los Altos                2 CCS 15:54.9  5:08
  131 Donald Plazola                   SR Willow Glen              3 CCS 15:54.9  5:08
  132 Ned Tannenbaum                   SR San Francisco Univ       4 NCS 15:55.0  5:08
  133 Kyle Rae                         SR Bellarmine               1 CCS 15:55.1  5:08
  138 Dylan Chamberlen                 JR Paradise                 3 NS  15:55.9  5:08
  139 Kevin Poteracke                  SO Petaluma                 3 NCS 15:56.4  5:08
  140 Benji Xie                        SR Oak Ridge                1 SJS 15:56.4  5:08
  145 Cormac McCullaugh                SR Jesuit                   1 SJS 15:57.8  5:09
  148 Ryan Douglas                     SO Petaluma                 3 NCS 15:58.3  5:09
  154 Brian De La Mora                 SR Davis Sr.                1 SJS 15:59.5  5:09
  160 Dylan Laucher                    SR Campolindo               3 NCS 16:00.4  5:10
  162 Chriss Grimble                   SR Kennedy                  1 SJS 16:00.9  5:10

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

How do you like Jeff Bickert now??!! The NCS Division 1 winner on your 2nd team All NCS team? Seriously? 18th overall today, beating some very talented boys, just like last year. This kid flies under the radar apparently.

Anonymous said...

^^ Huh? Everyone knew about Jeff Bickert buddy...

Albert Caruana said...

As in years past, before I was compiling the lists, the 1st team All NCS teams were based purely on time.

Bickert ran a heck of a race yesterday and was the 2nd fastest NCS runner overall. I think that performance speaks for itself.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know who is going where in terms of postseason meets? Did anyone turn down an NXN spot and opt to go to FLW instead?

Anonymous said...

I don't think it's been announced officially yet. But you'd be crazy to turn down a spot in NXN for a shot a Footlocker that you might get.

Anonymous said...

Looks like lots of the girls turned down NXN: Grabill, Billimeyer, Baxter, Carol, etc. Crazy. I would love to know why that decision was made?

Albert Caruana said...

Way more history with Footlocker if you are an individual. Realistically NXN is still a team event.

John said...

Top 4 girls plus Grabil and Orders not running NXN. It seems FL girls race is stronger based on the completed regionals.

One other thing to consider is it gets pricey for families to travel up to Portland to cheer for their kids with less than a week's notice...

Anonymous said...

All true, just the way I see it a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

Anonymous said...

I see on the Footlocker website is a list of participants but it is all races combined. Do you know if there is a list for just the seeded races. Nacouzi is on list of participants entered btw.

Anonymous said...

The Nike machine keeps rolling. I agree that you should take a sure shot but at least on the girls side Footlocker is THE place to be. I have been lucky enough to have athletes qualify for both and I must say that I 100% agree that footlocker is the INDIVIDUAL Championship while Nike is the TEAM. At least for a little while longer anyways...

The tough part with FL West is these CA kids have a really long season. The other regions have their state meet, two weeks later regionals, two weeks later nationals. CA kids have league, sub-section, section, state, FL West, Nats. Plus Mt. Sac and all the other duals and league meets and invites. LONG season for these kids!