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Friday, November 20, 2015

Final NCS Rankings before MOC meet tomorrow

Here is my final rankings before tomorrow's meet. A more detailed explanation of all my picks can be found in the meet program which you can buy at the meet. Best of luck to all competitors. 

Division I
Girls - (Top 2 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Monte Vista
2.    San Ramon Valley
3.    Liberty
4.    Amador Valley
5.    Santa Rosa

Boys - (Top 2 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Monte Vista
2.    Amador Valley
3.    Santa Rosa
4.    Dougherty Valley
5.    San Ramon Valley/De La Salle

Division II
Girls - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Granada
2.    Redwood
3.    Maria Carrillo
4.    Alameda
5.    Dublin/Clayton Valley Charter

Boys - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Redwood
2.    Granada
3.    Maria Carrillo
4.    Dublin
5.    Clayton Valley Charter

Division III
Girls - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Campolindo
2.    Bishop O’Dowd
3.    Las Lomas
4.    Albany
5.    El Cerrito/Tamalpais

Boys - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Campolindo
2.    Las Lomas
3.    Piner
4.    Albany
5.    Petaluma/San Rafael

Division IV
Girls - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Piedmont
2.    St. Mary’s Berkeley
3.    McKinleyville
4.    Cardinal Newman
5.    Arcata/Justin-Siena

Boys - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Sir Francis Drake
2.    McKinleyville
3.    Piedmont
4.    Arcata
5.    St. Mary’s Berkeley/Moreau Catholic

Division V
Girls - (Top 6 teams advance to state meet):
1.    St. Joseph Notre Dame
2.    Branson
3.    Lick-Wilmerding
4.    University
5.    College Prep
6.    Urban/Head Royce/Sonoma Academy

Boys - (Top 5 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Marin Academy
2.    St. Joseph Notre Dame
3.    Lick-Wilmerding
4.    University
5.    Athenian/College Prep
6.    Sonoma Academy

1 comment:

Peter Brewer said...

Omitted complete D-II rankings.

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