Sunday, October 23, 2011

Top NorCal Times at Mt. SAC (boys and girls)

Boys Team Times
1)  Bellarmine (CCS) 1:19.38
2)  Miramonte (NCS) 1:20:01
3)  San Ramon Valley (NCS) 1:20:59
4)  Amador Valley (NCS) 1:21:19
5)  Davis (SJS) 1:21:34
6)  San Lorenzo Valley (CCS) 1:21:35
7)  Monte Vista (NCS) 1:21:50
8)  Carlmont (CCS) 1:22:12
9)  Bishop O'Dowd (NCS) 1:22:33
10)  De La Salle (NCS) 1:22:42
11)  Vacaville (SJS) 1:23:01
12)  Alisal (CCS) 1:23:02
13)  Santa Rosa (NCS) 1:23:11
14)  Alameda (NCS) 1:23:19
15)  Las Lomas (NCS) 1:23:24

Girls Team Times
1)  San Lorenzo Valley (CCS) 1:36:09
2)  University (NCS) 1:37:08
3)  Vacaville (SJS) 1:37:20
4)  Davis (SJS) 1:37:52
5)  Carlmont (CCS) 1:38:27
6)  Oakmont (SJS) 1:38:29
7)  Amador Valley (NCS) 1:38:45
8)  Mountain View (CCS) 1:38:57
9)  Del Oro (SJS) 1:41:03
10) Monte Vista (NCS) 1:41:10
11) Sacred Heart SF (CCS) 1:41:15
12) Alameda (NCS) 1:41:29
13) St. Francis, Sacramento (SJS) 1:41:58
14) San Ramon Valley (NCS) 1:41:59
15) Maria Carrillo (NCS) 1:42:34

Boys Individual Times
1)  Connor Clark University 15:17
1)  John Lawson Drake 15:17
3)  Jack Bordoni Bellarmine 15:19
4)  Richard Ho Leland 15:23
5)  Danny Stalters Northgate 15:32
6)  Jamie Fehrnstrom Miramonte 15:40
7)  Nick Hicks San Lorenzo Valley 15:41
8)  Matt DeVries San Ramon Valley 15:43
9)  Trevor Fuhriman Monte Vista 15:44
9)  Trevor Stephens Del Oro 15:44
11) Esteban Valencia Bellarmine 15:45
12) Dillon Read Miramonte 15:46
12) Gabe Arias St. Joseph 15:46
14) Aubrey Myjer Mountain View 15:47
15) Aiden Goltra Las Lomas 15:50

Girls Individual Times
1)  Karlie Garcia Oakmont 17:01
2)  Anna Maxwell San Lorenzo Valley 17:44
3)  Christine Bayliss San Ramon Valley 17:57
4)  Jena Pianin Amador Valley 18:00
5)  Nicole Lane El Molino 18:03
6)  Bridget Blum University 18:12
7)  Anna Welsh Monterey 18:15
8)  Sophie Meads Davis 18:24
8)  Holland Reynolds University 18:24
10) Sarah Schreck Carlmont 18:31
10) Allison Sturgis Mountain View 18:31
12) Alyssa Johnson Leland 18:42
13) Jennie Callan University 18:43
14) Mei-Lin Okino Carlmont 18:46
15) Neysa Mains El Camino (Sac) 18:49
15) Spencer Moore St. Mary's Berk. 18:49

40 comments:

Anonymous said...

Karlie Garcia..... WOW. When was the last time a Norcal runner ran that fast at Mt. Sac? Running around 17 or under is an extreme rarity.

Albert Caruana said...

The only 3 NorCal runners to run faster than Garcia's 17:01 are:
Amber Trotter Ukiah 16:16 2001
Julia Stamps Santa Rosa 16:55/16:58 1995/1994
Kristin Gordon Carondelet 16:58 1996

Anonymous said...

What happened to Parker Deuel??

Anonymous said...

Deuel didn't run. Someone else wore his number.

Former NCS guy said...

which begs the question: "what happened to Parker Deuel?"

Andrew said...

new rankings!!! ;)

Bayliss is the real deal...so glad SRV isn't in D1. A lot of the NCS teams did really well, although not in the incredibly stacked sweeps races. Scratch that, that statement only applies to D1 and D2. D3-5 were very impressive for NCS (Miramonte boys, University girls, Saint Mary's boys, who else?).

Anonymous said...

parker deuel raced in the mariner invitational the week before, the only varsity srv guy in the race...but why wouldn't he go to Mt. Sac?

Albert Caruana said...

Personally, I don't think it is any of our business who runs what and where during the season.

Let's focus on the kids that ran at Mt. SAC and not the ones that were not there.

Anonymous said...

If Deuel really didnt race than it looks like the SRV team will be really tough for the top NCS D1 teams to beat at the only race where they'll all be in the same place. EBAL Championship this Saturday. SRV, Amador, De La Salle, Monte Vista, and even the Granada boys are all very formidable teams. Should lead to an intense battle on a reasonably fast Shadow Cliffs course.

Anonymous said...

I have a question: Is there any way we can get a completely combined results list from Mt. Sac? Or at least each division combined? I realize it is a ridiculously large order to fill, but if someone knew how to compile that, im sure it would be greatly appreciated by alot of people.

Albert Caruana said...

Hank Lawson was able to compile the list of the top CCS times so I am sure it's possible. I am just not sure how to do it myself.

hank said...

Walt VanZant (Wilcox) actually compiled the CCS results. I do have Fri & Sat results in Excel format so if someone wants to try and identify schools by Section and/or Division, send me an email (hanklaw@ix.netcom.com) and I will email you the excel files that you can then "play" with.

hank

Anonymous said...

It would be awesome to see compiled CCS and NCS results. If anyone could pull it off that'd be great.

Anonymous said...

#1 Tam 15:55
#2 Tam 16:29
#3 Tam 16:33
#4 Tam 16:38
#5 Tam 18:03
#6 Tam 18:50
#7 Tam 19:27
#1 bod 16:01
#2 bod 16:08
#3 bod 16:32
#4 bod 16:42
#5 bod 17:10
#6 bod 17:32
#7 bod 17:35
#1 Mira 15:40
#2 Mira 15:46
#3 mira 15:50
#4 mira 16:13
#5 mira 16:30
#6 mira 16:45
#7 mira 17:44
#1 Las Lomas 15:50
#2 Las Lomas 16:03
#3 Las Lomas 16:57
#4 Las Lomas 17:17
#5 Las Lomas 17:17
#6 Las Lomas 17:18
#7 Las Lomas 17:30
#1 Moreau 17:09
#2 Moreau 17:21
#3 Moreau 17:50
#4 Moreau 18:22
#5 Moreau 18:34
#6 Moreau 19:11
#1 St. M 16:25
#2 St. M 16:39
#3 St. M 16:47
#4 St. M 17:29
#5 St. M 17:53
#6 St. M 18:02
#7 St. M 18:09
#2 SJND 15:46
#3 SJND 16:20
#4 SJND 17:32
#5 SJND 17:40
#6 SJND 17:50
#7 SJND 17:55
#1 Alam 16:14
#2 Alam 16:15
#3 Alam 16:27
#4 Alam 17:16
#5 Alam 17:17
#6 Alam 17:44
#7 Alam 19:38
#1 SL 17:13
#2 SL 17:29
#3 Sl 17:32
#4 Sl 17:38
#5 Sl 17:40
#6 Sl 17:48
#7 SL 18:16
#1 MV 15:44
#2 MV 15:55
#3 MV 16:24
#4 MV 16:47
#5 Mv 17:00
#6 MV 17:10
#7 MV 17:19
#1 San Ro 16:20
#2 San Ro 16:22
#3 San Ro 16:42
#4 San Ro 16:49
#5 San Ro 16:58
#6 San Ro 17:12
#7 San Ro 18:00
#1 JLO 16:12
#2 JLO 16:32
#3 JLO 17:29
#4 JLO 17:36
#5 JLO 17:54
#6 JLO 18:22
#7 JLO 20:41
#1 CV 16:43
#2 CV 17:03
#3 CV 17:41
#4 CV 17:52
#5 CV 17:55
#6 CV 18:29
#1 NG 15:32
#2 NG 16:57
#3 NG 17:06
#4 NG 17:20
#5 NG 17:49
#6 NG 17:54
#7 NG 17:56
#1 SRV 15:43
#2 SRV 16:03
#4 SRV 16:08
#4 SRV 16:26
#5 SRV 16:39
#6 SRV 16:44
#7 SRV 17:27
#1 AV 15:57
#2 AV 16:12
#4 AV 16:13
#4 AV 16:16
#5 AV 16:41
#6 AV 17:01
#7 AV 17:18
#1 DLS 16:00
#2 DLS 16:07
#3 DLS 16:34
#4 DLS 16:52
#5 DLS 17:09
#6 DLS 17:11

if someone wants to sort those out go for it

Anonymous said...

I heard that Parker Duel was part of SRV's homecoming activities on Friday, and the coach 's policy would not let him come down after. Looked at his mariner results-at first looked pretty slow-then noticed it was his 3rd race in 6 days. Are they trying to kill this kid?

Anonymous said...

Hold the phone-if Deuel didn't run, why is he in the results? Even though it wasn't to their advantage, coaches can't just substitute runners, can they?

Albert Caruana said...

Coaches enter their teams at least a week in advance of the meets. Sometimes runners are substituted at the meets for such reasons as injuries. Timers are not always willing or able to do name changes at the meets so you end up with the name of the first runner entered in the meet.

RiceMan said...

Carlmont ran 81:30 if you count the Frosh and Soph races.

Anonymous said...

It seems 7 guys from SRV traveled to Mt Sac and deliver a great performance. Enough about the kid that didn't go...hats off to the 7 who ran!

Albert Caruana said...

Correct on Carlmont. I just went with the times for the Varsity teams.

Amen to the last post.

Anonymous said...

Carlmont and Bellarmine are gearing up for a great dual at CCS. It will be the race of the day!

Carlmont was kind of off the grid to start the season. Good to see these kids put in the work over the summer and really come through this fall.

Bell won't be pushed at WCAL and Carlmont should cruise in their league as well. Should be pretty even heading into CCS.

Albert Caruana said...

No question that the best teams in CCS reside in Division I this year. It will be a great battle with Carlmont and Bellarmine for the Div. I title. Menlo Atherton and San Benito are also very good teams and would make state in any other division but will have to run out of their minds to make it out of Division I.

hank said...

Thanks to XCStats for making the MSAC results in a format that us "stats junkies" can play with. The link below is VB for NCS & CCS combined thanks to whoever it was did the NCS teams. Someone want to do the girls, I can do the same.

http://www.dyestatcal.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2011/msacccnc.htm

hank

Ozzie said...

Hank, thanks for putting that together. It looks good, except that you are missing one of the top 3 Miramonte guys in your team scoring. This would move them up into 2nd I think. Otherwise, this is very useful. Thanks again.

hank said...

I just took the data from the poster above. Send me the time that is missing and I'll plug it in and re-run.

hank

Anonymous said...

I'm still wondering how a coach lets a high schooler run 3 3 mile races in 6 days.

Peter Brewer said...

For what it's worth, I've had athletes run two races in a day . . . girls and boys. I've also done the Eddie Salazar workout where the kids, with 100% rest, at 40sec/mile over race pace, run 3 x 3 miles. These kids haven't died, burnt out, or slowed down.

I saw Parker run at the Mariner Invite, and he wasn't tearing up the joint, so it didn't appear that he was going all out. Parker has also been known to run all season, then do the J.O. circuit, and head straight into another season of track or cross country. He's tough.

Peter Brewer
Northgate High

Anonymous said...

Hank -

It appears that the first two Miramonte runners (Jamie and Dillon) wered entered as Mira with a capital M, while the rest of us were entered as mira with a lowercase m. Xcstats doesn't count the "Mira" runners as part of our team. I think the issue is only of capitalization. None of our runners were left off the results.

Anonymous said...

I hate to bring this up again, but for all the flack that the new Carlmont coach got a while back, seems like she is doing a great job and has rebuilt the team extremely well.

Anonymous said...

Top 25 Overall For Girls @ Mt. Sac
Nor Cal in Bold

1) Sarah Baxter- Simi Valley 16:59
2) Karlie Garcia- Oakmont 17:01 (Top Junior Girl)
3) Karis Frankian- Saugus 17:12
4) Xochitl Naverette- Colony 17:21
5) Erika Reddish-Vista Murrietta 17:25
6) Megan Huebner- La Quinta 17:30
7) Hannah Munyan- Sultana 17:31
8) Sarah Fakler- Xavier 17:31
9) Anna Maxwell- SLV 17:44 (#3 Sophmore Time)
10) Cami Chapus- Harvard W. 17:45
11) Laura Hollander- Marina 17:45
12) Ashlee Powers- Corona 17:47
13) Adrianna Olivas- Centennial 17:48
14) Shanoah Souza- LaCosta 17:48
15) Melissa Fairchild- Serrano 17:52
16) Karla Vernola- Simi Valley 17:56
17) Pauline Mandel- Great Oak 17:56
18) Kylie Nishaska- Marina 17:56
19) Christine Bayless- SRV 17:57 (Top Freshman Girl/#1 NCS)
20) Emma Abrahamson- La Costa 17:58
21) Ashlyn Dadkhah- Torrey Pines 17:59
22) Jena Pianin- Amador 18:00 (#6 Junior)
23) Kelli Sigimoto- Mira Costa 18:02
24) Nicole Lane- El Molino 18:03 (#15 Senior/#2 NCS)
25) Brianne Holland- Royal 18:05

Sorry for the double posting. I also posted this in top NorCal by mistake when I meant to post here all along.

Anonymous said...

Mt. Sac slowed a bit this year for the girls. 18:06 was 50th place last year.

Albert Caruana said...

I heard the weather was quite warmer this year resulting in the slower times all across the board.

Anonymous said...

Amador is in NCS. That makes Pianin #2 NCS and Lane #3

Anonymous said...

Yes knew Amador was in NCS, Was in hurry and missed that one. That's what I get for playing when I should be working.

Anonymous said...

I was at Mt. Sac & it was quite warm for the late Friday races, D3 & D4 varsity & sweeps. It was actually quite nice for the D 1 varsity & D1 & D2 sweeps races.

That Amber Trotter time is unbelievable. Has anyone come close to that?

Anonymous said...

Where is luis Luna did he not run either.

Note finished organizing the team times from Mt Sac

Anonymous said...

It was 71 for the afternoon races, that's great for Mt. Sac. That said, last year there actually was a little drizzle.

Anonymous said...

It seemed nice for the morning varsity & sweeps races on Saturday as well. The late D2 varsity races had the hottest temps I think.

Banjo said...

It was pretty warm from midday into the afternoon on both days this year.

And yes, there was some light rain last year on Thursday evening which may have helped with the dust... but the temperatures were definitely cooler.

Anonymous said...

You can't compare Garcia's time to the Julia Stamps-era (just like you can't compare Amber Trotter to that). As much as the Mt. Sac people don't like to acknowledge it, the course was changed and definitely became faster after that.