Saturday, October 17, 2015

NorCal League/Invitational Results

Monterey Bay Invitational
http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2015/mbay_res.htm

Bella Vista Invitational
http://www.bvtrack.com/2015BellaVistaXCInviteResults.htm
Photo below courtesy of Daniel Tyree. Also from Mr. Tyree...
"This is Luis Grijalva of Armijo and Benjamin Holland of Jesuit leading the Large School Varsity Boy's Race which Grijalva pulled out in a meet record time and the 4th fastest time in Willow Hill history. Very impressive showing by the two juniors who were the only runners to go sub-16. We got a short burst of thunder showers in the middle of the night which settled the notorious dust and after a week of 90+ temps, the races were run in a ideal low 60s."
Mariner Invitational Results
http://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=109044#925

Warriors Region Meet Full Results

SCCAL #2
http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2015/sccal_2.pdf

WCAL #2
http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2015/wcal_2.txt

WBAL #2
http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2015/wbal_2.htm

College (lots of notable alumni)
http://timerhub.com/get_web_index.php?page=redcaptiming.com/2015/bronco/

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now that it's sometime in October, is there any word on a race schedule for CCS?

Anonymous said...

Do you have a link for live results from tomorrow's Rough Rider meet?

Hank said...

http://www.cifccs.org/sports/xc/2014-15/xCOUNTRY-20SPORT-20COMMITTEE-20REPORT-2014.pdf

Anonymous said...

Mariner Invitational results?

Anonymous said...

How about the Mariner Invitational results?

Andrew said...

Cooper Teare ran 14:54 to win. Haskell of miramonte won var girls.

Anonymous said...

Grijalva threw down an impressive 15:35 at the Bella Vista Bronco Invite which is run at the brutal Willow Hill course, that time would have won sections the last few years. Holland of Jesuit was the only other runner to go sub-16. Jesuit went 1( Grijalva ran as an individual), 3,4, 7, 19 and were without Kurdy (5th in D1 state last year) who was on a college visit.

Anonymous said...

Is anybody else seeing the SCCAL boys performance? 15:50-16:00 for the top 3 St. Francis (D5) for Pinto Lake! This is huge for them, Ramona Young is really a great coach and has put together a team that has a serious chance at beating out scotts valley and Aptos for the league title, and then going on to win sectionals. Never thought I'd see the day when when St. Francis had the best depth in the league

Anonymous said...

Does the Mariner Invite have the same course as NCS at Hayward High?

Albert Caruana said...

Yes, same course. I was told the course was very fast today.

Anonymous said...

Another TOP performance by Cooper Teare! Another sub-15 compared to his 2nd place finish last year @ 15:16.08. Impressive!!

Anonymous said...

The Mariner Invite results?

Anonymous said...

Ramona is an awesome coach.

Anonymous said...

Post 4:47, Yes St Francis is a good team, your course is short and fast and those times are just ok. Quite a few teams will post either the same or faster. Past history shows a lot faster times over the years. The course record is 14:32 with quite a few boys under 15 minutes over the years. As History proves. you still need to Get through SV, SLV and or even Aptos who show up at the end. But to be more realistic you don't have a 5th guy and looking over the results the last few weeks it looks like you beat SLV by 1 but SLV missing varsity runner, You lost to SV by 1 point, You beat Aptos and they don't have depth. SLV beat SV without SLV #2 runner. Both SV and SLV have 10 guys better than your 5th. So when you add in more schools to it the chances are either SV or SLV. Your League championships will be very interesting and it is great to see your program move up. But to be honest I look at History and Aptos, SLV and SV have history.

Anonymous said...

Post 4:47 and Post 7:13. You are both right, but by going by Crystal springs invite results, one on one. SLV 24 SF 31, SF 23 SV 32, SF 21 Aptos 34. 1st I think SV just had a bad day at Crystal so expect them to step up. 2nd Aptos is just down. SLV has depth. SV and SLV would be the teams, so you will have to go after them both.

Anonymous said...

The Mariner invite was run in perfect weather from what I hear, but it sounds as though a lot of Bay Area races had the same good fortune today. Albert, what are your thoughts on how these (Mariner) performances translate to the rest of the season?

Anonymous said...

@ 7:13

Hi Rob.

Anonymous said...

Ebal

Elliott Portillo said...

Some of the results for Mariner were messed up due to the process with which results go down. Some people were missed and a couple peoples results may have been in the wrong races. Nonetheless, Teare ran a fantastic time on the course today. Coming from someone in the same race

Steve Palladino said...

Kate Bowen - 8th grade - third in the open race at the Bronco Invite in 21:58 over 6K. That time beats her older sister's time of 22:15 at the same race two years ago, when Rylee was an 8th grader and won the open race.

Albert Caruana said...

I meant to look for her name in the results since her sister did the same race two years ago. 5:54 pace for 6k as an 8th grader. As a high school coach, I would be impressed if a boy did that as a middle schooler.

Anonymous said...

Yes, that's a good time. But what jersey did she wear?

Albert Caruana said...

Comedians everywhere.

Anonymous said...

Mariner Invite results are messed up. Kids were left out of results and some were placed in the results under the wrong name.

Anonymous said...

Impressive results for the top girls in the Mariner Invitational Varsity Girls race. Some young talent showing up in a big way.

Anonymous said...

Can we count on this latest posted Mariner's results as official and final? I noticed a lot of changes for the team and individual results (new names, new standings, etc)from the initial version I saw earlier? It looks like some teams/individuals might still be missing or incorrectly reported. I don't see St mary's from the VG team standings although the individual runners are shown.

Anonymous said...

Looks correct to me. St. Mary's only ran 4 girls in that race and had the rest of their varsity run the JV race, so that's why they're not scored.

Anonymous said...

Interesting, intriguing move by St. Marys - loading up JV girls and downsizing the
Varsity girls to win the JV race and 'sacrifice' the Varsity race.

Anonymous said...

I thought it was interesting that Davis didn't run their varsity teams at Bronco, with a chance to run the Willow Hill course before league and sections. Understand they are still running Mt. Sac.

Anonymous said...

Davis never runs the Varsity squad at Bronco.

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