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Saturday, October 08, 2011

Preliminary Crystal Springs Invitational Results

Championship Varsity Boys' Race
1)  Kevin Bishop Monta Vista 15:12
2)  Luis Luna Piner 15:14
3)  Richard Ho Leland 15:15
4)  Connor Clark University 15:19
5)  Cody Johnson SLV 15:35
6)  Jaime Silva Piner 15:35
7)  Nick Hicks SLV 15:36
8)  Efren Reyes Piner 15:37
9)  Thomas Anthony Cupertino 15:40
10)  Ruben Collins San Benito 15:41

Teams
1)  Piner 64
2)  Carlmont 84
3)  San Benito 92
4)  SLV 119
5)  Leland 181
6)  Carmel 194
7)  Alisal 200
8)  Cupertino 210
9)  Maria Carrillo 215
10)  University 240

Boys' Varsity Race
1)  Neilson Powless Victory Christian 15:46 (freshman)
2)  Michael McCabe Willow Glen 15:58
3)  William Chen Lowell 15:59
4)  Bryan Tena Salinas 16:00
5)  Edgar Garcia Watsonville 16:07
6)  Nolan Petersen Washington 16:15
7)  David Aguilar Oak Grove 16:17
8)  Alex Farmer Stevenson 16:20
9)  Joey Morris San Rafael 16:21
10)  Michael Basuini Willow Glen 16:23

Teams
1)  Willow Glen 107
2)  San Rafael 130
3)  Lowell 163
4)  Salinas 172
5)  Leigh 212
6)  Tulare Western 231
7)  Silver Creek 266
8)  North Monterey County 271
9)  Palma 283
10)  Robert Louis Stevenson 316

Girls' Varsity Race
Teams
1)  San Lorenzo Valley 87
2)  University 111
3)  Maria Carillo 143
4)  Carlmont 183
5)  San Benito 191
6)  Piner 264
7)  Tulare Western 288
8)  Scotts Valley 310
9)  Gilroy 334
10)  Aptos 335

Missing girls individuals.  I will post them ASAP.  Some very fast times up front.  Nikki Hiltz of Aptos won the race in 17:04 which is the 8th fastest time ever on the course.  
You can check out the list of times at the following link:

http://www.dyestatcal.com/ATHLETICS/XC/cryat_gi.htm

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hiltz from Aptos ran a strong 1704 at crystal springs - Maxwell followed and led SLV team to Varsity Championship. Very strong showing for the girls with so many sub-18 minute times. CCS is a loaded!

Anonymous said...

Huge race for Hiltz of Aptos, one of the fastest times in 2000 and on era. I was very impressed when Bergman ran 17:16 a few years ago (and Tori Tyler was out of this world), looks like Hiltz is the first runner from the CCS since the Tori Tyler/Alicia Follmar/Melissa Grelli/Ben Sitler days to have a chance to compete at the national level.

Albert Caruana said...

It seems that she is much improved this year in cross country. I am sure that her track success last season has helped her elevate her performance in the fall. She went by me after the 2 mile mark and she looked really strong.

We will have to wait on the results to view the rest of the top 10 times for the girls today but very impressive times down the list.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous must be new to Cross Country - In case you missed it - Maxwell was a National Finalist at Footlocker last year! No disrespect to Hiltz - she is on fire but don't stick your head in the sand - there is a lot of talent in CCS and last I check SLV is dead center in CCS!

Anonymous said...

Nikki Hiltz is a beast. Enough said.