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Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Top 10 returning NorCal XC runners (boys and girls)

The following are the top 10 returning runners from last year's State XC meet. I included their track and field times from this past season. Who are the runners that are not listed that you feel will break into the top 10 this coming season? Who will move up from their current position?

Boys
1) Trevor Reinhart Senior Marin Academy HS (NCS) Division V 4:20.64
2) Neilson Powless Senior Roseville HS (SJS) Division II? 
3) Chris Foster Senior Los Gatos HS (CCS) Division II 4:19.66/9:16.12
4) Kevin Lehr Junior St. Ignatius (CCS) Division III 2:00.51/4:26.84
5) Brian Song Senior Davis Sr. HS (SJS) Division I 4:19.50/9:40.04
6) Edgar Bonilla Senior King City HS (CCS) Division IV 4:18.99/9:33.69
7) Steven Sum Senior Saratoga HS (CCS) Division III 4:18.96/9:10.23
8) Colin Burke Senior Bishop O'Dowd (NCS) Division III 4:28.44/9:23.36
9) Matt Salazar Junior Casa Grande HS (NCS) Division II 4:28.77/9:32.90
10) Jackson Crose Senior Livermore HS (NCS) Division II 4:23.61/9:24.30

Girls
1) Fiona O'Keeffe Junior Davis Sr HS (SJS) Division I 4:49.04 (mile)/10:14.60
2) Kendall Derry Junior Bella Vista HS (SJS) Division II? 2:14.72/4:52.00
3) Brighie Leach Senior Campolindo HS (NCS) Division III 2:19.69/4:54.27
4) Lauren Jacob Junior Los Altos HS (CCS) Division II 5:06.42/10:45.99
5) Miranda Myers Senior St. Francis, Sacramento (SJS) Division I 5:11.41/11:11.03
6) Sofia Castiglioni Sophomore Davis Sr HS (SJS) Division I 5:02.73/10:58.50
7) Brooke Starn Junior Monte Vista HS (NCS) Division I 4:53.36/10:36.51
8) Morgin Coonfield Junior McKinleyville HS (NCS) Division IV 4:58.33/10:37.06
9) Chloe Hansel Junior Las Lomas HS (NCS) Division III 4:54.50/11:11:15
10) Megan McCandless Junior Granada HS (NCS) Division II 4:54.78/10:32.82

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kelseyville will be so excited to hear that Morgin Coonfield has transfer there

Anonymous said...

Andy Ehrenberg from Redwood. 4:25/9:26 during track.

Albert Caruana said...

Oops. Fixed.

Anonymous said...

Corey Gonzales will have a strong comeback xc season

Anonymous said...

Jackson Crose 1600 4:23.61 at NCS

Anonymous said...

I'm curious how girls 4, 5, & 6 are ranked ahead of 7, 8, 9, 10.

Also, it seems like #7 Steven Sun could be #1 on the boys

Anonymous said...

Actually I finally read the intro, these are based on last year's xc state meet results.

GHPADD said...

Response to Anonymous 6:38:

Your confusion is based on not reading what the listing consists of...The TOP RETURNING STATE MEET XC RUNNERS FROM LAST YEAR. Not the top track times from spring this year. The "ranking" as you call it is not a ranking but, is a listing in order of the fastest times from the 2013 State XC meet. Whereas track times do provide a good indicator of potential XC times, a great track runner may be only a very good XC runner and a great XC runner may only be a good track runner. Same sport but two markedly different disciplines.

Anonymous said...

Matt Schumann 4:21/9:16 on the track and 15:32 at the State Meet his sophomore year, rooting for him to run extremely well this season. Austin Sanchez 4:27/9:30 had a fantastic track season will likely translate to Cross Country.

Anonymous said...

I understand it's based on last years state times, but legitimately, Sum is only really behind Foster, and not by that much within the CCS. He has great PRs, but can never really seem to pull it out during races, or at least the big ones. I think he cracks under pressure to be honest.

Anonymous said...

Justin Robison:
Clovis- 15:35
Track- 4:18/9:27

Anonymous said...

I expect Matthew Schumann (DLS) to have another good year

Anonymous said...

Any truth that Colin Burke Senior Bishop O'Dowd (NCS) Division III 4:28.44/9:23.36 will not be returning to B.O.D?

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