Monday, March 19, 2012

March 16/17th Weekend Results

John Lanzavecchia North State Relays (NS) NEW!
Big Cats Relays (SF) NEW!
CAL Invitational (SJS) NEW!
Christopher "Garlic" Classic Invitational (CCS)
St. Francis Invitational (CCS)
Gold Rush Invitational (NCS)
Dublin Distance Fiesta (NCS)
Dublin Distance Fiesta PDF (NCS) includes MS 1600 results
Calaveras F/S Invitational (SJS)
Oak Ridge Trojan Invitational (SJS)
Marsh Creek Track and Field Invitational (NCS)
Delta King Invitational (SJS) minus HJ and PV
Pitman Frosh/Soph Showcase (SJS)

Sacramento State Hornet Invitational (College) Few familiar names

I will post more as soon as I get them.  If you have results of other NorCal Invitationals, send them my way at albertjcaruana@gmail.com and I will post them.

For any results of this track and field season, check out the following link:

http://www.crosscountryexpress.com/search/label/Northern%20California%20Results%20Track%20%2712 

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

At the Sacramento invite..read the results and a Jacque Taylor running attached. Is she no longer at UNC or is this a diff Jacque?

http://www.hornetsports.com/assets/sports/track/HornetInviteResults12.htm

Albert Caruana said...

Same Jacque Taylor. She is no longer at UNC.

NCSfan said...

Was there wind at dublin? times seem a wee bit slow.

Albert Caruana said...

It was not ideal racing conditions. It was dry for most of the meet but it was cold and there was definitely a head wind on the back stretch. Nonetheless, still a great meet and many excellent races.

Anonymous said...

Race of the meet? The middle school girl that ran 5:10. Who is she? There were a few middle schoolers running with the same uniform - HEAT. Who are they?

Albert Caruana said...

Pleasanton Heat. The following site is a little outdated but it will give you an idea who they are: http://www.eteamz.com/PHEAT/

Kevin said...

which meet was that, with the 510 middle-schooler? didn't see her in the results for dublin...

Albert Caruana said...

I have the pdf of the results of the meet with the middle school results at the end. Will post in a moment.

Anonymous said...

Regarding the Pleasanton Heat, a good number of successful distance runners have come from their program over the years. It's been a great feeder for high school talent.

NCSfan said...

Better question: What school is that girl planning on attending??

Albert Caruana said...

Amador Valley

Anonymous said...

http://www.cifsf.org/Information/BigCatsResults2012.pdf

Albert Caruana said...

Thank you. Link added.

Anonymous said...

Just looking at the current stats of the Frosh/Soph classes it would seem that Northern California girls distance runners will be a hotbed of talent for the the next few years:
Anna Maxwell 4:55:34 San Lorenzo 10th grade
Ricky Waters 5:06:88 Cal 10th grade
Annika Green 5:10:56 (AV) (8th Grade
Christine Bayliss 5:15:19 SRV 9th grade

Way to go Girls!!

Albert Caruana said...

I don't think you meant Ricky Waters. You mean Madison Ricks from California?

I know we can add more freshman/sophomore girls to that list. Any others out there?

Anonymous said...

random question. what ever happened to kevin griffith from uc davis. I am surprised he hasn't been on any result sheets in a while

Doug Griffith said...

Kevin transferred to Purdue in January to pursue an Industrial Engineering degree. He is also running track and just finished his first indoor season with his best time being 1:50.8 at the Tyson Invitational. Coming back from a minor foot injury. Plans to run his first outdoor meet of the season in two weeks. Hope to see to him at the Sun Angel Classic or Mt. SAC Relays.

Anonymous said...

Wasn't there a fantastic freshman that ran cross country for granda last year but she was injured for Track? Don't remember her name but if anyone recalled..what has happened to her.

Albert Caruana said...

That would be Sophie Hartley. She has been injured since her phenomenal freshman xc season and is slowly making a comeback. She ran in the 800 at the Dublin Distance Fiesta.

NCSfan said...

Sorry, back to the MS 1600 at dublin, what about that Leo Skellenger? Where's he headed next year?