Monday, October 22, 2012

Top NorCal Team Times at Mt. SAC Invitational (Friday and Saturday)

Boys
De La Salle (NCS) 1:18:08
San Ramon Valley (NCS) 1:20:12
Amador Valley (NCS) 1:20:41
Davis (SJS) 1:21:15
Will C. Wood (SJS) 1:21:21
Miramonte (NCS) 1:21:26
Lincoln Stockton (SJS) 1:21:26
Leland (CCS) 1:21:29
Bishop O'Dowd (NCS) 1:21:38
Los Gatos (CCS) 1:22.21
Homestead (CCS) 1:22:27
Northgate (NCS) 1:22:33
Santa Rosa (NCS) 1:22:46
Whitney (SJS) 1:22:53
Archbishop Mitty (CCS) 1:23:01
College Park (NCS) 1:23:02
St. Joseph Notre Dame (NCS) 1:23:17
Del Oro (SJS) 1:23:29
Roseville (SJS) 1:23:29
Dougherty Valley (NCS) 1:23:32
Alisal (CCS) 1:24:25

Girls
Davis (SJS) 1:33:01
San Lorenzo Valley (CCS) 1:35:27
Monte Vista (NCS) 1:36:28
Amador Valley (NCS) 1:36:41
Del Oro (SJS) 1:36:57
College Park (NCS) 1:37:53
Redwood (NCS) 1:38:18
Homestead (CCS) 1:38:42
San Ramon Valley (NCS) 1:39:50
Vacaville (SJS) 1:40:04
Casa Grande (NCS) 1:41:39
Miramonte (NCS) 1:41:46
Bishop O'Dowd (NCS) 1:42:03
Branson (NCS) 1:42:04
St. Mary's Berkeley (NCS) 1:43:23
Castro Valley (NCS) 1:44:18
Carondelet (NCS) 1:44:49
Half Moon Bay (CCS) 1:44:51
Kimball (SJS) 1:45:12
Albany (NCS) 1:45:26

It's very possible I missed a team.  Please be sure that the team time is faster than the last posted time for both boys and girls.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Whitney HS (Rocklin) ran 1:22:53 in race 56.

Anonymous said...

SJND 1:23:17 with time issues

Anonymous said...

Props to Amador Valley and Davis for having both teams in the top 4. That's the sign of a good program

Anonymous said...

SJND actually should be 1:22:46, although the pages wrong results say otherwise

Anonymous said...

Add SRV to the list of top programs - boys are 2nd, girl are 9th.

Anonymous said...

SMB's Girl?? Wouldn't they be on this list too?

Curious said...

Can someone answer the question of why SRV ran in the D2 race when they're a D1 school? didn't we establish that running down a division is frowned upon and should lead to disqualification...?

Albert Caruana said...

Good question. I am not sure what numbers are used at Mt. SAC to determine the divisions. SRV would not be a Division I team in the SS.

Anonymous said...

Sm Ran 1:43 and some change

Anonymous said...

SRV ran D2 last year at NCS. I don't know if their numbers grew but I don't think they've been D1 for awhile.

Coach Ozzie said...

To those of you asking about SRV in the D2 race, remember that all sections are not created equal. Different sections have different enrollment numbers to determine divisions. Many Northern California schools that are considered division 1 in their sections would compete in division 2 in other sections. Mt. SAC uses an enrollment number of 2260 students as its division 1 cutoff (listed on the meet info site at http://www.cifncs.org/sports/cross_country/files/12CCdiv9-12.pdf). SRV has an enrollment of 2154 (listed on the NCS website at http://www.cifncs.org/sports/cross_country/files/12CCdiv9-12.pdf). 2154 is a division 1 school in NCS, but not for the purposes of the Mt. SAC Invite.

Doug Griffith said...

As usual, Coach Ozzie providing total clarity on a topic. Thanks. SRV ran NCS D1 in 2009, D2 in 2010 & 2011, and back to D1 for 2012 based on increased enrollment.

Ozzie - Great effort by your both your teams at Mt. Sac!

hank said...

Results of Top NorCal teams at MSAC scored as a single XC race:

http://www.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2012/msac_nor.htm

hank

Coach Ozzie said...

Hank,

Looks like you left Davis High out of this calculation. They'd do pretty well too.

hank said...

I'll add them in. Another coach sent me the MtSAC excel file with the Sections filled in and I just took what was given. So once Davis is added in it will obviously change things around. Gotta watch the Giants win first.

hank

hank said...

My bad, I left all SJS schools out of the listing. I have added them in (and yes, Davis does well).

hank