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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Northern California Invitationals this weekend

You can follow today's action on several live results links below. Feel free to comment below on any outstanding results in the meantime.

HIGH SCHOOL
March 10 Falcon-Indian Sisters Invitational (NS) at River Valley
March 10 Stanislaus County Meet at Turlock (SJS)
March 
10-12 New Balance Nationals Indoor, New York Meet Info Live Results
March 11 Del Campo Distance Carnival (SJS)
March 11 K-Bell Invitational at Los Gatos (CCS)
 Entries Live Results
March 11 Marsh Creek Invitational at Freedom (NCS) Meet Info
March 11 Martinez/Tim Bruder Invitational at Alhambra (NCS) Meet Info
March 11 Merced County Champs at Golden Valley (SJS)
March 11 Randy Sturgeon Invitational at Granite Bay (SJS)
March 11 The Kings Academy Invitational at The Kings Academy (CCS) Entries Live Results

March 11 Welton Moore Relays at Grant (SJS)
March 11 Wildcat Relays at Watsonville (CCS)
 Meet Info Results NEW
March 11 Wolf Pack Relays at Merrill West (SJS) Live Results
March 11 Windsor Relays at Windsor HS (NCS) Boys Results Girls Results NEW

COLLEGE
Aggie Open at UC DAVIS Live Results
De Anza Invitational at De Anza College Entries

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

How far behind schedule is the kbell running?

Albert Caruana said...

Already?

Anonymous said...

Their timer had problems at Willow Glen and looks to be having problems again. No live results and already behind. Needless time between events. This meet brings in 100k and you can't hire a a top notch timer?

Anonymous said...

Kbell results are up and running and the meet is moving along. All is good in Los Gatos. At least until the 100's.

Anonymous said...

Are they back on schedule at kbell? Would help those with later start times to know.

Anonymous said...



Alex Scales, junior at Bellarmine, ran a great 800 in 1:53.89.

pmccrystle said...

K-Bell was ahead of time for most of the meet, and finished on time. K-Bell does not bring in 100K, but 100% of what it does earn goes to scholarship funds...and Alex Scales (BCP) doubled at 1:53.89 and 4:18.56, and Ariana Fisher (Silver Creek) doubled at 41' 7" TJ and 19' 4" LJ for athletes of the meet...well done!

Anonymous said...

Is trump posting on cce now?
People need to chill. The meet ran well and was ahead of schedule later in the day.

Anonymous said...

Looks like they either cut down the number of 100 and 200 heats at kbell or there were not as many entries. Things went very smooth and it's usually the sprints that get them spiraling out of control. The few timing issues did not impact the schedule much. Overall great day.

Albert Caruana said...

I liken KBell to both Stanford Invitationals (perhaps more the XC meet). People love to complain about those meets but in the end are incredibly well attended and provide athletes with great competition.

Great doubles for Alex Scales and Arianna Fisher (correct spelling). Her triple jump is the 3rd best legal jump in CCS history trailing only Vashti Thomas, Mt. Pleasant 43'1.5" 2008 and Wendy Brown, Woodside 42'10.5" 1984.

Great double by Scales as well.

And Patrick, that is terrific that the profit from KBell goes to such a worthy cause.

Anonymous said...

We'll run meet. Girls 1600 on time and ran smoothly. Thanks to Mike Dudley for his wonderful announcing. The entire stadium was cheering during the boys 1600.

Anonymous said...

4 freshmen boys in the 4:30s in the 1600M. Not bad.

Albert Caruana said...

4 boys under 4:20 is terrific for early March. Very similar to some CCS finals results from the past.

Anonymous said...

Excellent observations about the sub 4:20 and sub 4:30 1600s.
Dudley does a great job.

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