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Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Monte Vista Invitational

You can find results for the meet at this LINK.

Here are the updated top times recorded on the Monte Vista 2 mile course.

Meet Records
Top 10 Girls:
1. Chloe Hansel11:55, Currently running for UC Berkeley, Las Lomas High Class of 2016,  (3200 PR 11:04 and 1600 PR:4:54)

2. Megan McCandless12:12, Currently running for MIT, Granada High School class of 2016, (3200 PR 10:24 and 1600 PR4:49)

3. Jena Pianin12:14, Currently running for Northwestern University, Amador Valley High School class of 2013,

4. Brooke Starn- 12:20, Currently running for Harvard University, Monte Vista class of 2016 (3200 PR 10:19 and 1600 PR 4:47)

5. Kelsey Santisteban12:23, Castro Valley High School class of 2011, ran for UC Berkeley

6. Meredith Corda12:28, Monte Vista High School class of 2017

6. Carina Novell12:28, Granada High School class of 2012, ran for Saint Mary’s College 

7. Colleen Lillig12:31, California High School class of 2010, ran at UC Irvine

8. Madison Ricks- 12:32, Currently running at USC, California High School class of 2014

9. Sophie Hartley12:37, Currently running for UC Santa Barbara, Granada High School class of 2014

10. Diana George12:38, Livermore High School class of 2009, ran at Colorado and Cal Poly


Course Record: 
Danny Stalters, 10:37.1 at the Monte Vista Invitational
Meet Records 
Top 10 Guys:
  1. Danny Stalters-10:37.1, Northgate High School class of 2013, currently running for Cal Poly
  2. Nolan Peterson-10:42.0, Washington High School class of 2014, currently running for Northern Arizona University
  3. Jason Intravaia-10:42.5, San Ramon Valley High School class of 2014, currently running for Las Positas
  4. Jackson Crose-10:43.4, Livermore High School class of 2014, currently running for Northern Arizona University
  5. Mike Roderick-10:44.4, Monte Vista High School class of 2009
  6. Peter Schlachte-10:45.2, Amador Valley High School class of 2014, currently running for Wake Forest 
  7. Tom Robey-10:45.24, Las Lomas class of 2016
  8. Alex Summers- 10:46.2, Granada High School class of 2010, ran for UC Davis
  9. Ben Eversole-10:47.8, Castro Valley High School class of 2011, currently running for Colombia 
  10. Tyler Olson-10:48.3, Livermore High School class of 2014
Course Record: 
Danny Stalters, 10:37.1 at the Monte Vista Invitational
Meet Records 
Top 10 Guys:
  1. Danny Stalters-10:37.1, Northgate High School class of 2013, currently running for Cal Poly
  1. Nolan Peterson-10:42.0, Washington High School class of 2014, currently running for Northern Arizona University
  1. Jason Intravaia-10:42.5, San Ramon Valley High School class of 2014, currently running for Las Positas
  1. Jackson Crose-10:43.4, Livermore High School class of 2014, currently running for Northern Arizona University
  1. Mike Roderick-10:44.4, Monte Vista High School class of 2009
  1. Peter Schlachte-10:45.2, Amador Valley High School class of 2014, currently running for Wake Forest 
  1. Tom Robey-10:45.24, Las Lomas class of 2016, currently running for UC Davis
  1. Alex Summers- 10:46.2, Granada High School class of 2010, ran for UC Davis
  1. Ben Eversole-10:47.8, Castro Valley High School class of 2011, currently running for Colombia 
  1. Tyler Olson-10:48.3, Livermore High School class of 2014

5 comments:

Courtney said...

Well, technically, these are not the updated top times. As of Sept. 6, the day of the race, both top ten lists have changed.

Monte Vista's Meredith Corda won the senior girls race with a new #6 all time performance of 12:27.19. Second place in the senior race, with the 2nd fastest time on the day for all races, Liberty's Kai Bohannon secured the #10 spot on the all time fastest list for the course as well. With their stellar performances, Meredith and Kai bump two of the valley's greats, Diana George and Sophie Harley off the list.

Meanwhile, Miramonte's Jonathan Fiero and Dougherty's Neil Braganza, taking first and second in the senior boys race also claimed their spots, #9 and #10, on the all time top ten list.

If you have time to repost the lists, that would be wonderful and would be an honor to these talented athletes. Thank you!

Albert Caruana said...

Will do. Thank you Courtney.

Courtney said...

Thanks, Albert! It would be great if you could give the MVI a little coverage. Our local paper (East Bay Times) has decided to stop covering high school cross country, so your coverage is more important than ever. They wouldn't even print the top finishers in our paper. I know you've been busy with last weekend's meets, but when you repost MVI results, that would be much appreciated. (Also, I guess it's not possible to edit one's own posts? I just realized I misspelled Hartley).

Courtney said...

Hi Albert,

I know I am probably the only person left on Earth who will see it when you update this blog post and I am sure that with the meet being almost a month old, it is super low priority on your list. I also know that this message that I am writing is public and that I am one of the few XC parents out there who posts to this site with my own name (never hiding behind "anonymous").

Please forgive me my 'crazy OCD XC mom' side when I ask you again to update this post. Again, I know this is public, and for anyone who knows me personally, they can affirm that I love the Starns, all of them, with all my heart and think that Brooke Starn has been an absolutely fantastic role model and teammate to Meredith for years. I also know that being the high road kind of people they are, they will not think it petty of me to point out two things:
1) It would be fair if you clarified that Brooke's course record is the course record for WOMEN since at the time she made that record, she was a high school graduate. So, technically, the course record among high school athletes still belongs to Chloe Hansel.
2) It would be nice if for the first race of her first year without Brooke as a teammate, the race that Meredith won with the fastest time on the day and 6th all-time time, at her home meet, her senior year, she might actually have her name posted on CCE in the Monte Vista Invite post instead of having the only post about the race start with a Brooke Starn record.

There. I got it off my chest.

I'm sure no slight was ever intended and I love CCE and continue to be one of your biggest fans.

Okay, yes, I will go take my Xanax now. And in about 30 minutes I will probably have a nervous breakdown for being such a complete weirdo in public. And then Meredith will probably get wind of this post and die of absolute embarrassment and then I will have to figure out how to contact you live and beg you to remove this post.

:)


Albert Caruana said...

I will get this fixed when I get home. Thanks for keeping me in line 😀

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