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Friday, March 25, 2016

California Track and Field leaders

Below are the wind legal state meet leaders. There are some indoor marks that are superior to marks below but those will not count for outdoor rankings. NorCal leaders are noted in bold. UPDATED!

Boys
100 - Zach Shinnick Damien (SS) 10.53
200 - Michael Norman Vista Murrieta (SS) 20.41
400 - Christopher Wilcox Eleanor Roosevelt (SS) 47.97
800 - Austin Tamagno Brea Olinda (SS) 1:52.06
1600 - Connor Dunne San Clemente (SS) 4:10.72
3200 - Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame (NCS) 8:56.07
110m Hurdles - Koty Burton La Quinta (SS) 14.08
300m Hurdles - Jonathan Harvey De La Salle (NCS) 37.42
400m Relay - Notre Dame Sherman Oaks (SS) 41.58
1600m Relay - Notre Dame Sherman Oaks (SS) 3:17.57

Long Jump - Lawrence White Ridgeview (CS) 24'9.5"
Triple Jump - Dennis Hicks Liberty Bakersfield (CS) 49'3.25"
High Jump - Sean Lee Trabuco Hills (SS) 7'0.25"
Pole Vault - Jett Gordon Marina (SS) 16'9"
Shot Put - Bronson Osborn Esparanza (SS) 70'4.5"
Discus - Jacob Wilson Buchanan (CS) 194'1"

Girls
100 - Ariyonna Augustine Long Beach Poly (SS) 11.71
200 - Zaria Francis Rio Mesa (SS) 24.30
400 - Kaelin Roberts Carson (SS) 54.33
800 - Cassie Durgy Huntington Beach (SS) 2:12.12
1600 - Gillian Meeks Gunn (CCS) 4:55.29
3200 - Kristen Leung Lowell (SF) 10:33.71
110m Hurdles - Tara Davis Agoura (SS) 13.85
300m Hurdles - Jurnee Woodward Vacaville (SJS) 42.59
400m Relay - Long Beach Poly (SS) 47.40
1600m Relay - Buchanan (CS) 3:52.57

Long Jump - Rhesa Foster Clovis North (CS) 20'2.5"
Triple Jump - Ty Wallace Liberty (CS) 38'6"
High Jump - Hannah Hanson Academy for Academic (SS) 5'8"
Pole Vault - Rachel Baxter Canyon Anaheim (SS) 13'10"
Shot Put - Elana Bruckner Valley Christian SJ (CCS) 52'6"
Discus - Elana Bruckner Valley Christian SJ (CCS) 181'1"

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

20.41 for the 200? Is that a mistake? That's a faster pace than the 100 leader...

Albert Caruana said...

Michael Norman ran 20.30 at the CA state meet last year. He has an outside shot of making the US Olympic team this summer. That is definitely not a mistake.

Anonymous said...

When was the last time an S.F. city school had a state leader?

Albert Caruana said...

Very good question. Anyone?

Anonymous said...

A guess , Felton Charles 400m runner?

Anonymous said...

Maurice Crumby Balboa HS (SF) High Jump?

Albert Caruana said...

The following is from Lowell coach Andy Leong
"The last nation leader from a SF public school may be Bolota Asmerom of McAteer when Arcadia 3200 with a time of 9:04.96 in 1996. Marc Christensen seems to think this, and I'm in agreement but the news article I have did not confirm this"

http://www.sfgate.com/sports/article/A-runner-from-Eritrea-with-focus-and-state-title-3154746.php

Anonymous said...

I get that it's probably determined by section, but it's funny to think of Buchanan (CS) as SoCal, when it's further north than like, 1/3 of the CCS.

California's geography is weird, man.

Anonymous said...

There is a part of the SS that is north of the most northern point of the CCS. That's just how it goes.

Anonymous said...

I saw Elana throw 181'+ at St Francis and was blown away with her power. She nearly threw it out of the fenced area. Clearly the best in the country. Can't wait to see what she does in college.

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