6/01/2012 01:36:00 PM
2012 Track and Field,
Northern California Results Track '12
Thanks Albert ... SJS Fan
Is there going to be a live webcast of the state finals tomorrow?Thanks
Live Field Stats:http://rtspt.com/events/cif/2012/4frameV.htmlis very cool. You don't have to wait for the event to be over to see how folks are doing.hank
maybe it's just me but I can't see some of the prelim results (so far the boys 4x100, boys 1600, boys 110 hurdles and girls 400) even though I can see events before and after them (the boys 400 was just posted). its a bit odd... therefore would someone mind posting the boys 1600 prelim results here or something? thats the one I'd really like to see
The depth at this meet is insane. Top 9 in 100 are separated by .23. The 400 is .85. The last 2 years, high 1:52 didn't make the 800 final. I'm just sayin.
Kylie Goo into the 800m finals!Go Kylie
like NCSftw, I can't see some of the event results.... any ideas why? maybe it's just our computers. anyone mind posting the 1600 and 800 results?
its ugly to post it in the format they have, so I'll summarize for us NorCal folks:Girls 1600: No finals qualifier ran slower than 5:00. Hiltz won her heat with fastest time (4:55.03), Chapus won the other one. Blum (NCS), Makau (SJS) qualified. Boys 1600: No NorCal runners qualified to the final. Gutierrez won in 4:10 with Fahy winning the first heat in 4:14 (all 4 NCS runners in this heat with Fehnstrom running 4:15.99). Girls 800: Kody Atkins (Northern Section!) top qualifier with 2:08. Weissenbach went 2:09 to win her heat. Nijae Jones (NCS), Ricks (NCS), and Goo (CCS) qualified for NorCal. Boys 800: As someone said, it took a 1:52.88 to qualify for finals. Chamberlen (sp?) from the Northern Section was the last qualifier. Ratto (NCS), Cody Johnson (CCS), and Darrell Jackson (SJS) all qualified. Top time by Kevin Gonzalez of Vista Murrieta in 1:51.90.
In tomorrows meet, is there going to be live web broadcasting anywhere? I've looked everywhere and can't seem to find a website.
Major props to Lilla McMillan and Andre McBride. Both of these great NCS athletes qualified for both the 100M and 200M finals on Saturday. Sasha Wallace...an incredible 13.40 in the 100M hurdles and a long jump of 41'7". Kenneth Walker blows away the 110M hurdles with a 13.81. In the Pole Vault, Colin Barber qualifies for the finals as does Las Lomas' dynamic duo of Virdi and Gemar on the girls side. The NCS had 4 of the top 11 long jumpers on the boys side with Simms, Moore and Wieker qualifying for tomorrow's finals. The NCS also had 2 boys triple jumpers qualify for the finals (Prothro and Washington).Boys high jump prelim results not posted yet, but am assuming Frazier will qualify for the finals.With the exception of the 800, NCS runners may not do much on the distance side this year, but the sprints, hurdles, pole vault and jumping events will likely yield several State Champions.
Congrats to the Amador Boys 4x400 relay team. Qualified for the finals along with San Leandro from the NCS. Deer Valley and James Logan also ran very well. The NCS boys placed 5 of the top 13 boys relay teams. Of course, Southern Section boys teams ran 5 of the top 6 qualifying times tonight. Good luck to both Amador and San Leandro tomorrow.
Elliott Surovell represented PAL & CCS well, winning his heat in the 400m to advance!
Amador did that without Conner Mckinnon. That is just impressive.
I know the answer is "wait and see," but how do you run 10 teams in the 1600m relay? It's a good thing that Edison got in (fell due to interference in prelims), but talk about a logistical challenge...(admittedly, I've seen a two-heat final at NCAAs for a similar situation. The extra team ran solo in a heat before the "final" heat)
Great question. I was wondering the same thing.
So they ran two teams in one lane in the girls 1600m relay. Probably the best solution, though I'm glad it wasn't my call to make. Seems odd that two teams didn't get to use blocks when the other eight did, but it all worked out in the end.Edison certainly proved they belonged there with a great effort.
They both used blocks. Edison started in lane 3 on the start line and was allowed to cut in. It led to a sketchy first 50 meters with the Edison girl taking the inside immediately despite starting on the outside in lane 3. After the first 100 it was fine.
"Sasha Wallace...an incredible 13.40 in the 100M hurdles and a long jump of 41'7" "Yes, wow, almost 42 feet in the long jump! Ha ha, yes, of course it was the TJ. But indeed, it's incredible that she has such success with kind of a weird double. I triple-jumped in high school (for fun, really - I was terrible), and it does a number on your legs. How can someone be that good in both events?!
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