Sunday, April 02, 2017

Arcadia Invitational 3200 Meters Invitational Sections (Boys and Girls)

How many boys will break 9:00? Will Clinger repeat? How many girls will break 10:30? How many girls under 10:00? 

Boys (Personal Records and year set)
1) Casey Clinger American Fork 8:50.70 '16/8:51.68 2 miles '16 (Defending Arcadia Champion)
2) McKay Johns American Fork 9:10.43 '16
3) Luis Grijalva Armijo 8:59.98 '16
4) Chase Equall Bozeman 9:13.40 '16
5) Connor Lane Cardinal Gibbons 8:53.59 2 miles indoors '17
6) Owen Bishop Claremont 9:18.94 '17
7) Ryan Renken Claremont 9:02.59 '16
8) Michael Vernau Davis 8:54.48 '16
9) Justin Hazell El Camino Real 9:10.03 '17
10) Evert Silva Fresno 9:02.46 '16
11) Nick Dahl Germantown Friends 9:11.07 '16
12) Gabe Fendel Hamilton Southeastern 8:58.35 2 miles indoors '17
13) Matthew Watkins Jackson 9:11.77 '16
14) Austin Hindman Lafayette (Wildwood) 9:03.37 '16
15) Caleb Pottorff Lincoln Park Academy 9:03.44 '17
16) James Mwaura Lincoln-Tacoma 9:03.50 '16
17) Zack Ericksen Lone Peak 9:09.39 '16
18) Danny Kilrea Lyons Township 9:03.87 indoors '17
19) Finn Gessner Madison LaFollette 9:01.81 '16
20) Dalton Hengst McDonogh 9:15.72 '16
21) Seth Hirsch Millard West 9:05.87 indoors '17
22) Matt Grossman Millburn NJ 9:06.25 '16
23) Cameron Ponder Mount Tabor 9:03.75 '17
24) Garrett Barton Ogden 9:11.57 '16
25) Travis Feeny Ogden 9:09.27 '16
26) Trad Berti Paso Robles 9:17.92 '17
27) Callum Bolger San Luis Obispo 8:51.58 '16
28) Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame 8:53.74 2 miles '16
29) Tibs Proctor The Northwest School 9:05.21 '16
30) Talon Hull Weber 9:06.74 '17
31) Milo Greder Westside 9:10.29 '16
32) Clayton Mendez Whitney Young 9:01.89 indoors '17
32) Ian Shanklin Page, Greensboro, NC 9:01.71 '17

Girls (Personal Records and year set)
1) Maria Mettler Air Academy 10:55.97 '17
2) Trinity Ruelas Bishop Amat 10:39.35 '17
3) Camelia Noe Bozeman 10:44.51 indoors '17
4) Meagen Lowe Buchanan 10:36.51 '16
5) Corie Smith Buchanan 10:40.64 '17
6) Sara Leonard Canyon, Anaheim 10:38.26 '17
7) Valerie Almanza Channel Islands 10:30.71 '16
8) Claire Graves Citrus Valley 10:26.07 '15
9) Annie Boos Claremont 10:50.49 '17
10) Aubrey Argyle Davis, UT 10:30.66 '15
11) Baylee Jones Desert Vista 10:36.68 '15
12) Hannah Tobin El Toro 10:36.07 '16
13) Annie Hill Glacier High 10:14.14 '16
14) Brie Oakley Grandview 9:56.06 2 miles indoors '17
15) Alex Beitia Granite Bay 10:44.36 '17
16) Evelyn Mandel Great Oak 10:40.95 '17
17) Nicole Rice Great Oak 10:39.83 '17
18) Niki Iyer Harker 10:24.39 '16
19) Ella Degrandpre Hellgate 10:48.12 '16
20) Michaela Reinhart Lexington Catholic 10:37.46 '16
21) Alyssa Aldridge Mainland Regional 10:40.70 '17
22) Claudia Lane Malibu 10:12.21 '17
23) Elizabeth Chittenden Mira Costa 10:32.91 '16
24) Lauren Peurifoy M.L. King 10:44.88 '17
25) Sadie Sargent North Summit 10:54.80 '16
26) Sylvia Cruz-Albrecht Oak Park 10:29.45 '16
27) Jesselyn Bries O'Connor 10:41.58 '16
28) Allie Schadler Rio Rico 10:13.74 2 miles indoors '17
29) Camille Winterton Skyline, UT 10:58.90 '16
30) Rylee Bowen Sonoma Academy 10:13.20 '16 (Defending Arcadia Champion)
31) Sydney Vandegrift St. Francis, Sacramento 10:41.49 '16
32) Kiera Marshall St. Joseph Notre Dame 10:41.80 '16
33) Rafaella Gibbons Winter Park 10:35.64 '16

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

32 and 33 runners is way too many for a track race

Albert Caruana said...

The seeded boys 3200 race has 39 runners. The meet has gotten so popular and competitive that the numbers you see entered in the invitational races is the norm now.

I have seen bigger fields at the Rio Linda Invitational. That was NUTS.

Anonymous said...

33 runners in a race is just stupid!

Anonymous said...

16-20 is the right number for a fast race like this. Though if they get in a line and not jostle the first mile you can do 30 runners in a fast race. I've seen Stanford races with world leaders. Everyone just needs to be patient.

Just add another heat Friday night, it is well deserved.

Anonymous said...

Clinger going win boys race, no disrespect to the rest but he is the best runner in the U.S. IMHO of course.
How about a poll?

Albert Caruana said...

Great idea. Will have two polls up shortly.

Anonymous said...

Teare hasn't lost a race this track season yet, and that includes Texas Distance. Not to discredit Clinger, who is very strong, but Cooper is clearly right now THE man in high school T&F. Teare first, Clinger second. When I'm proven right, I'll be back to give more insight as the season progresses. No crystal ball, simply know what's up.

Albert Caruana said...

I think anybody in California is a big Cooper fan but Clinger had an undefeated XC season and has beaten Cooper in every head to head competition so far in their high school careers.

I look forward to watching the race.

Anonymous said...

Hey 8:23 if your proven wrong will you also be back? A lot of very good runners in the race besides those two. Should be a good race. And what about the girls, Oakley and Lane? NXN champ vs Foot Locker champ on the track.
And, who is in the mile? Remember the days the mile was the premier event?

Anonymous said...

Lol, sarcasm, that's funny 10:29, you're funny, that's why you're funny, because you have wit. Of course I'll be back if Mr. Caruana allows my posts to stick. The fact that Clinger has been perfect this season and vs. Teare overall is what makes it so cool, and yes, this field is packed with great talent, but I just feel that those two, barring health, or tweeky injury are head and shoulders and should go 1/2. And my statistical and current analysis of the field leads me to give the nod to Cooper. Please be gentle with your response, I'm fragile and very sensitive.

Albert Caruana said...

Girls' field narrowed down to 30 runners.

Anonymous said...

Clinger just went 4:02.2 in the 4x1600 might be a little tired tomorrow? Might night, guy is a beast!

Anonymous said...

The Denner sisters from Oak Ridge just ran 10:24and 10:25.7 in the seeded race.

Albert Caruana said...

Anybody that saw them race at Stanford last weekend is not surprised.

Also, Matt Strangio, Jesuit 9th grader, just ran 9:17.68.

Anonymous said...

Dude you were right 8:41-8:44....WOW!
Teare the man today!

Anonymous said...

3200 boys was an incredible race, watched it, WOW. I didn't have the second place runner figured in my top three, he posted a great time and surprised me. Teare has just been on a different level this season. Clinger was solid as I thought he would be. Everyone should be proud of that performance. Hirsch!!! What a comeback after getting tripped. Could go on and on about that run. Good luck the rest of the season to all.

Anonymous said...

So much for the race fields being too large

Albert Caruana said...

Several fields were too big but the result of those races are incredible.

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