Thursday, June 05, 2014

California State Track and Field Meet (Top NorCal contenders)

Below are the state meet contenders from the northern part of the state.  I only listed the top contenders and their performance at their section meet.  If they have a season best time faster than what they ran at their section meet, it's noted next to their times.  This could be a highly successful state meet for the NorCal athletes as you will see below.

BOYS
400m. Relay
Woodcreek HS SJS 41.29 at section final.  (40.93 season best) State Leaders

1600m.
Garrett Migliozzi Nevada Union HS SJS 4:10.34

110m. Hurdles
Marquis Morris De La Salle HS NCS 13.96 (13.93 season best)

400m.
Jeremy Wright Terra Nova HS CCS 47.01

100m.
Ja'Maun Charles Amador Valley HS NCS 10.76 (10.71 season best)

800m.
Arturo Sotomayor Roseville HS SJS 1:51.93

300m. Hurdles
Marquis Morris De La Salle HS NCS 37.36 (36.94 season best)

200m.
Ja'Maun Charles Amador Valley HS NCS 21.60

3200m.
Fred Huxham Redwood HS NCS 8:59.24 (8:55.03 season best)

1600m. Relay
Sheldon HS SJS 3:16.16 (3:15.68 season best)

Long Jump
Nate Moore Castro Valley HS NCS 24'4" (25'10")

Triple JumpNate Moore Castro Valley HS NCS 50'2.25" (50'4.5")

High Jump
Justin Zinnerman Rancho Cotate HS NCS 6'9"
Daniel Onuoha Santa Teresa HS CCS 6'9"
David Chukwu American HS NCS 6'9" (6'10" season best)

Pole Vault
Ryan Pust Golden Valley HS SJS 16'7"

Shot Put
Afolabi Olabode Golden Valley HS SJS 60'6.25"

Discus
Kyle Peterson Oakdale HS SJS 176'0" (177'0" season best)

GIRLS
400m. Relay
Los Gatos HS CCS 47.28 at section final.

1600m.
Anna Maxwell San Lorenzo Valley HS CCS 4:43.82 (4:42.14) state leader

110m. Hurdles
Patriana Perry Vacaville HS SJS 13.76 (13.61 season best) state leader

400m.
Madeline Price Menlo School CCS 54.67 (53.43 season best)

100m.
Destiny Smith-Barnett Skyline HS OAK 11.67 (11.64 season best)

800m.
Anna Maxwell San Lorenzo Valley HS CCS 2:09.35 (2:08.84 season best)

300m. Hurdles
Reonna Collier Piedmont Hills HS CCS 42.12

200m.
Destiny Smith-Barnett Skyline HS OAK 24.03

3200m.
Julia Maxwell Branson HS NCS 10:31.44

1600m. Relay
St. Mary's, Berkeley HS NCS 3:47.04

Long Jump
Meghan Tucker Placer HS SJS 19'8"

Triple JumpMarisa Kwiatkowski Wilcox HS CCS 39'3.25 (41'2.75" season best) state leader

High Jump
Morgan Bertsch Santa Rosa HS NCS 5'7"
Mady Fagan Saratoga HS CCS 5'7"

Pole Vault
Greta Wagner Los Gatos HS SJS 12'8"

Shot Put
Brandi French Vacaville HS SJS 43'7.25" (44'9.75" season best)

Discus
Hannah Chappell Oakdale HS SJS 138'9" (149'6" season best)

Feel free to add your own contenders who you think have a shot at a state title.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Should be interesting to see if Hurlock can finally nab Huxham. Excited to watch.

Anonymous said...

How about Tyler Olson who ran 4:07.99 at Tri Valley. Doesn't he have top 1600 time for Nor Cal?

Anonymous said...

400m Cameron Stone 46.99

Anonymous said...

yes, Olson should be ranked first for NorCal in the 1600

Also, Jamaun Charles has a 10.69 100 meter best time (run at his EBAL league meet)

hank said...

Top NorCal marks that are loaded into Athletic.Net:

http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/Division/Top.aspx?List=5853&SchoolID=29324

hank

Anonymous said...

The ratings are based on best time or marks at a norcal sectional championship.

Doug Griffith said...

Connor McKinnon is a real threat in the 800M after running a 1:52.44 at the NCS MOC, and split a 47 in the 4x400 relay. He could easily contend for the State Championshio.

Albert Caruana said...

Everybody is correct. Yes, the athletes listed are the top marks from the section meets. There are obviously other athletes in contention which is the reason why I mentioned that this could be a big year for Northern California at the state meet.

Anonymous said...

Connor McKinnon is a real threat in the 800M after running a 1:52.44 at the NCS MOC, and split a 47 in the 4x400 relay. He could easily contend for the State Championshio. EASILY? Really?

Anonymous said...

and its 101 in Fresno today!!

Albert Caruana said...

Fortunately the schedule has the majority of the events in the evening but most of the events will also be taking place with the remnants of the hot weather still looming. It is after all Fresno in the summer.

Anonymous said...

105 for sat