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Friday, April 01, 2016

Stanford Invitational Day 1

Photos to the left.
Gillian Meeks Gunn-CCS leading eventual winner Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville-NCS during 2nd lap of girls' 3000m. Winning time was 9:44.43 followed by Meeks in 9:52.30. Coonfield's time of 9:44.43 converts to 10:27.39.

Morgin Coonfield with coach Jason Lewis.

Eduardo "Lalo" Herrera Madera South-CS leading Michael Vernau Davis-SJS early in boys' 3000m. Herrera won the race in a new meet record 8:15.01. Previous record was Justin Vilhauer Redwood-CS 8:17.32 '10. 8:15.1 converts to 8:51.39 for 3200m.

Herrera interviewed after his race by Flotrack.

Winning Davis HS DMR team after setting US #1 11:52.87. Here are their splits: 3:39, 62, 2:18 and 4:52. Monte Vista-NCS which finished in 2nd place now has the US #2 time with their 12:00.07.

Winning Armijo HS DMR team after setting US #2 10:06.31 which was also a new Stanford Invitational meet record. Their splits were 3:06.4, 51.4, 1:59.0, 4:09.2. Previous record was Jesuit-SJS '85 with a time of 10:22.6y. Sir Francis Drake '13 also ran 10:19.97.

Some more highlights included Maya Miklos, Gunn-CCS winning 400m. hurdles in US #1 60.62. Joshua Hall, James Logan-NCS winning the 400m. hurdles in US #2 54.37. Isaiah Holmes, Oakmont-SJS winning long jump in US #5 23'3.5". Granite Bay-SJS pole vaulter, Travis Kartz winning with a jump of 15'6.5".







6 comments:

Anonymous said...

9:44.33 is 38.955 sec/200 meters, so wouldn't that convert to 10:22.88 for Morgin?

Albert Caruana said...

Strictly going by the Big Gold Book conversions. Morgin has already run 10:20 last year and she did PR in mile yesterday so I am sure she will run faster than conversion listed above at Arcadia.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure she will. Even doubling, she nearly won the mile. She's a beast.

Anonymous said...

What's the "Big Gold Book"?

Albert Caruana said...

You can get the Big Gold Book from Track and Field News. It has all sorts of conversions and point values for dec and hep.

Albert Caruana said...

You can get the Big Gold Book from Track and Field News. It has all sorts of conversions and point values for dec and hep.

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