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Thursday, June 20, 2013

2013 NCS Division II Pre-Season Rankings by Peter Brewer

You can take a look at his top 5 teams for both boys and girls for this upcoming season at this LINK.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

One minor nit: Casa Grande are the Gauchos. The Trojans are the other 'Petaluma' High School.

Anonymous said...

RE- Livermore: Todd Olson didn't run track this year, it was his brother Tyler Olson (who didn't run xc). I'm not sure why they split the seasons this year but rumor has it that they're both coming out for XC. I'm not sure if that puts the Cowboys over Carillo, but it definitely doesn't hurt.

Albert Caruana said...

Thank you for pointing out those errors. The corrections have been made.

Anonymous said...

Don't discount Alameda,
Kevin Feng has run 10:11, Dong Thai has run 4:46/10:18, Denver Bishop has run 4:45 and 16:51 on the state course, all juniors, who all will contribute to Alameda's always rising young teams. Miguel Hidalgo has also run 16:42 on the NCS course, and 17:06 on the State Course, and ran 10:25 this track season. Alameda is a bit lacking without their three graduating seniors but they will still be competitive and gunning for an impressive finish at the state meet especially with Cameron Tu (9:29@MOC) leading the way

Anonymous said...

On a good day, I think Alameda is far more superior than Casa Grande or College Park, especially based on their continuous success and performances at the NCS championships, and could even give Livermore a run for their money

John said...

Look out for the Dublin boys. Young up and coming team that have the benefit of competing in DFAL.

Anonymous said...

Alameda has always been a respected team in this division (and will continue to be) but I don't think they can reboot after losing 3 key senors. Cameron Tu will be the team and you can't win with one guy.

Nils said...

SJND boys will have two seniors, three juniors, and two freshmen as well as a possible sophomore. As long as they can keep getting a couple of good new runners every year, they have the potential to dominate for a while.

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