Monday, June 30, 2014

Central Coast Section (CCS) pre-season rankings

While I am working on posting the NCS rankings, feel free to begin the conversation about the best teams and individuals in CCS. At some point during the summer, Walt Van Zant will also post the top times of all the teams in every division which is tremendously helpful in breaking down all the divisions.

Who are the top 10 boys teams in CCS? Top 10 girls teams? Who are the best individuals returning this year (boys and girls)? Which will be the toughest division to make state? 

On a side note, it appears that Toro Park will be good to go for CCS this year. That has not been confirmed but it looks like we are headed in that direction.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chirp chirp...come on folks, I need some good info for the Earlybird preview ;)
Should be a fun year...CCS returns some great runners and teams to make some noise this season!
Coach Ibarra
North Monterey County

Anonymous said...

So coach.... how does it feel to be a D4 school.... by 1 student?
http://www.cifccs.org/playoffs/cbeds/13-14%20CBEDS%20for%2014-15%20boys%20cross%20country.pdf

Anonymous said...

So coach.... how does it feel to be a D4 school.... by 1 student?
http://www.cifccs.org/playoffs/cbeds/13-14%20CBEDS%20for%2014-15%20boys%20cross%20country.pdf

Anonymous said...

Feels great! I need to find that one kid and shake his hand ;)
CCS is loaded in D4 but if we are lucky enough to make state it will be fun to race schools our size :)
Coach Ibarra
NMC

Anonymous said...

Why the uncalled for sarcasm from 7:56 PM?
You could ask: How does it feel to run a 3:59:99 mile?
The coach didn't determine the cut-off number.
Hey 7:46 PM... how have you contributed to the sport?

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