Monday, September 30, 2013

NorCal Top 10 Individuals (Boys and Girls)

Girls
1)  Anna Maxwell San Lorenzo Valley CCS Division IV
2)  Fiona O'Keeffe Davis SJS Division I
3)  Brighie Leach Campolindo NCS Division III
4)  Lauren LaRocco St. Francis, Sacramento SJS Division I
5)  Sarah Robinson Gunn CCS Division I
6)  Julia Bounds St. Francis, Mt. View CCS Division II
7)  Sofia Castiglioni Davis SJS Division I
8)  Julia Maxwell Branson NCS Division V
9)  Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville NCS Division IV
10)  Lauren Jacob Los Altos CCS Division II

Honorable Mention (alphabetical order)
Jenica Dodge Whitney, SJS Division II
Emi Prim Franklin, SJS Division I
Madison Rawson St. Francis, Sacramento SJS Division I

Boys
1)  Blair Hurlock De La Salle NCS Division I
2)  Aidan Goltra Campolindo NCS Division III
3)  Steven Sum Saratoga CCS Division III
4)  Chris Foster Los Gatos CCS Division II
5)  James Kinney Marin Academy NCS Division V
6)  George Miao Rocklin SJS Division II
7)  Trevor Reinhardt Marin Academy NCS Division V
8)  Matt Schumann De La Salle NCS Division I
9)  Cameron Tu Alameda NCS Division II
10)  Gabe Arias-Sheridan St. Joseph Notre Dame NCS Division V

Honorable Mention (alphabetical order)
Clayton Bunn Yreka NS Division IV

Feel free to comment on the above lists.  It's very difficult to narrow it down to only 10 runners so feel free to add runners who you feel deserve to be mentioned as well.  Please add the runners that you feel deserve to be added to the honorable mention lists.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Saratoga is CCS

Albert Caruana said...

Fixed.

Anonymous said...

B. Leach ahead of L. LaRocco based on what recent performances? LaRocco ran 17:59 compared to Leach's 18:17 at Stanford.

Albert Caruana said...

A valid point about LaRocco and Leach.

I think Leach and LaRocco are very close. They ran within a second of each other at Ed Sias with each of them winning their respective races. For what it's worth, Leach ran in trainers at that race. At Stanford, LaRocco was 4th in her race while Leach won by 17 seconds.

We will just have to see how the rest of the season unfolds for both runners.

Anonymous said...

Sarah Robinson, top in the state in 1600 and 3200 plus a two time Footlocker finalist is way too low.

Anonymous said...

number 5 is not way to low considering the ones ahead of her

Anonymous said...

Arias is not 10th

Anonymous said...

Robinson is a 1 x Footlocker Finalist.

Anonymous said...

That's right... she took 4th as a Freshman and did not run it last year. I guess she has gotten a lot slower since her freshman year. 4th in the Western United States to barely 5th in Northern California.

Anonymous said...

"she took 4th as a Freshman"

No, as a sophomore.

Anonymous said...

Robinson did not go to FL Finals - she qualified at FLW qualifier and then chose to play Soccer. Number 11 became the finalist.

Anonymous said...

Can you add the schools for Goltra and Arias-Sheridan? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, would put Clayton Bunn, Yreka in the 10th spot before Arias.

Anonymous said...

Clayton bunn didn't run 9:22 in track...

Anonymous said...

Nor did Clayton run 15:16 at NCS.

Anonymous said...

Clayton isn't even in the NCS lol he's in the NS so he didn't have the opportunity to run a 15:16. plus Arias is like 19

Anonymous said...

Wow, stepped on some sensitive toes. I think the blog is supposed to be, although Albert can correct me, but Top 10 NorCal cross-country based on current performance. I don't think the article was Top 10 NC, right? There are some CCS and SJS in there, too. And...I think the NS qualifies as NorCal. In fact, many for the NS view SJS, CCS, and parts of NCS as SoCal! LOL. Well, maybe Central Cal.

Anonymous said...

Jason Intravaia of SRV has had a notable year placing first at the MV invitational and Scott Bauhs. He also placed 3rd at Lowell and Stanford. In the 4 races he also set 3 all time school course records

Anonymous said...

Gabe isn't 19 years old. You are wrong. Also it isn't top 10 runners based on age, it's the top 10 runners. Arias shouldn't even be 10, he should be higher. He ran at the warmest part of the day at Stanford with nobody to challenge him and pretty much cruised to a win. Great list Albert.

Anonymous said...

Anybody know what happened to Fred Huxham? Did he quit cross country or something?

Anonymous said...

What about Spencer Moore? Shouldn't she be on the list.

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