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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

North Coast Section MOC Virtual Meets

Here are links to virtual meets for this coming Saturday's races at Hayward HS. All schools and athletes are included for each division and placed according to their best times this season.

Division I-II Boys and Girls
Division IV-V Boys and Girls

The rest of the divisions will be added throughout the day...

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

I won't pay money to read an article.

Anonymous said...

Really lame to link to your pay-to-read article on Milesplit. Poor form Albert.

hank said...

Now I know why MileSplit didn't do this for the CCS... because it was done for nothing! It's not that hard to do so why charge for it? In fact if someone wants to send me an excel file with all the league results in it, then I'll create this for the NCS.

hank

Albert Caruana said...

Some articles on milesplit are free and some are not. People can choose to pay the monthly or yearly fee or not.

Just like with flotrack (which by the way also owns milesplit), it costs money to fly/drive to cover meets and as the old saying goes, time is money.

Same goes for dyestatcal which is owned by runnerspace. They also have articles/coverage that you can only get with a monthly fee . Rich Gonzalez charges coaches to advertise their meets on his site. Athletic.net has a site supporter option.

Anonymous said...

From this years handbook, NCS teams qualifying:

B1 G1 B2 G2 B3 G3 B4 G4 B5 G5
2 2 3 2 5 4 4 4 5 7

Note DII girls only get two teams this year.

http://www.cifstate.org/sports/cross_country/handbook/2014_XC_Handbook.pdf

Anonymous said...

The problem with their paywall is that I have to give them my identifying information before they will even tell me how much they are going to charge me. I find that practice sleazy.

Anonymous said...

Nice job Albert. Very easy to view.

Broken link on D3 girls?

Albert Caruana said...

Still cleaning it up. It's not perfect but as teams start turning in all their scores during the season, these virtual meets will be very accurate.

Anonymous said...

Sounds good. Think Bowen is sonoma academy d5. Misplaced in d3.

Courtney said...

This is kind of off topic, but why is it that D5 girls take 7 teams to state? That just seems like an awful lot of teams when D1 can only take 2.

Albert Caruana said...

The amount of teams that advance to the state meet from each section are a result of teams doing well at the state meet.

The NCS Division V schools have done VERY WELL at the state meet although with cap now at 600, you might see more SS schools at the top of the standings.

Anonymous said...

Albert, do could you post the Hayward HS team and individual course records if you have the time? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

ALbert,
You left Las Lomas out completely! D3 boys and girls Chloe Hansel, Tom Robey, Danny Jervis, etc

Anonymous said...

broken link on D3 boys

Albert Caruana said...

I fixed the Division III boys race. It is missing a couple of teams but you can get a general idea of the top runners and teams.

Anonymous said...

Pretty Cool! Was wondering how you came up with these results. Too bad no DIV and DV.

Albert Caruana said...

Those are based on best results from this season.

If you are a meet director, please send your results of meets (especially dual/league meets) to results@milesplit.com.

Anonymous said...

Hey Albert...you forgot the El Molino boys in the D IV virtual meet. Brian Schulz will probably challenge for the win and most likely be top five and Brady Lane could be a top ten. Both went to State last year as individulas and had decent times at Stanford in the seeded race. they finished 1-2 in the Sonoma County League.

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