Sunday, November 26, 2017

Top 10 NorCal Teams and Individuals

GIRLS
1) Granada (NCS) 93:32
2) Oakland Tech (OAK) 96:03
3) Homestead (CCS) 96:07
4) Campolindo (NCS) 96:20
5) St. Francis, Sacramento (SJS) 96:37
6) Santa Cruz (CCS) 97:19
7) Monte Vista (NCS) 97:25
8) Davis (SJS) 97:28
9) San Ramon Valley (NCS) 97:36
10) Vista del Lago (SJS) 97:42

All NorCal Girls under 19 minutes
Athlete Yr. # Team Score Time Gap Avg. Mile Avg. KM
6 DENNER, Elena SR 1238 Oak Ridge-SJS 5 17:27.6 0:57.6 5:36.8 3:29.5
14 WAGNER, Gillian SR 1419 Redwood-NCS -- 17:49.3 1:19.3 5:43.8 3:33.8
15 FRIEDMAN, Mari SR 1550 Santa Cruz-CCS 11 17:49.6 1:19.6 5:43.9 3:33.9
16 HARTKE, Alize SR 1254 Oakmont-SJS -- 17:54.3 1:24.3 5:45.4 3:34.9
18 GARRETT, Caroline JR 1247 Oakland Tech-OS 13 17:57.2 1:27.2 5:46.4 3:35.4
19 O'KEEFFE, Olivia SR 521 Davis-SJS 14 17:59.2 1:29.2 5:47.0 3:35.8
25 MCCANDLESS, Colleen JR 754 Granada-NCS 19 18:06.1 1:36.1 5:49.2 3:37.2
34 NOWAG-NELSON, Clarissa SR 1086 McClatchy-SJS -- 18:15.5 1:45.5 5:52.2 3:39.1
37 BOWEN, Rylee SR 1648 Sonoma Acad-NCS -- 18:17.9 1:47.9 5:53.0 3:39.6
41 KAMAS, Elena SR 864 Homestead-CCS 29 18:19.5 1:49.5 5:53.5 3:39.9
47 DISHION, Kaela SR 171 Bret Harte-SJS -- 18:23.6 1:53.6 5:54.8 3:40.7
48 ZLATUNICH, Marea SR 40 Aptos-CCS 33 18:23.7 1:53.7 5:54.9 3:40.7
50 PEREZ, Emily JR 1712 St. Joseph N.D.-NCS 35 18:24.2 1:54.2 5:55.0 3:40.8
53 WILSON, Kelli SO 1160 Monte Vista-NCS 37 18:25.3 1:55.3 5:55.4 3:41.0
54 SHEA, Joyce SR 810 Gunn-CCS -- 18:25.9 1:55.9 5:55.6 3:41.2
56 DAILEY, Grace SR 144 Branson-NCS 38 18:26.9 1:56.9 5:55.9 3:41.4
61 BARTOLOTTO, Kalea JR 749 Granada-NCS 43 18:30.2 2:00.3 5:57.0 3:42.0
64 HAGERMAN, Quinn JR 1113 Merced-SJS -- 18:32.6 2:02.6 5:57.7 3:42.5
68 JONES, Callie JR 148 Branson-NCS 48 18:34.4 2:04.4 5:58.3 3:42.9
72 DUPUIS, Gracie JR 751 Granada-NCS 52 18:36.5 2:06.5 5:59.0 3:43.3
74 RUIZ, Layla FR 1891 Watsonville-CCS -- 18:36.7 2:06.7 5:59.1 3:43.3
76 DONOVAN, Naomi JR 1009 Los Altos-CCS -- 18:38.2 2:08.2 5:59.5 3:43.6
81 JACKSON, Claire SR 1804 University(SF)-NCS 58 18:39.7 2:09.8 6:00.0 3:43.9
82 HALL, Hana SO 1783 Univ Prep-NS 59 18:39.9 2:10.0 6:00.1 3:44.0
83 OLLA, Amanda SR 1542 San Ramon Valley-NCS 60 18:40.2 2:10.2 6:00.2 3:44.0
84 RIVAS, Sydnie SR 1054 Maria Carrillo-NCS 61 18:41.7 2:11.7 6:00.7 3:44.3
85 MYJER, Serena SR 1185 Mountain View-CCS -- 18:42.2 2:12.2 6:00.8 3:44.4
86 STANZIANO, Rayna JR 431 Concord-NCS -- 18:42.2 2:12.3 6:00.8 3:44.4
87 D'ATRI, Marissa SR 26 Alhambra-NCS -- 18:42.4 2:12.4 6:00.9 3:44.5
89 MILES, Jenna SR 226 Campolindo-NCS 62 18:43.4 2:13.4 6:01.2 3:44.7
94 HERNANDEZ, Gabriela JR 1825 Vacaville-SJS 66 18:44.8 2:14.8 6:01.6 3:44.9
100 HICKS, Anna SR 1389 Ponderosa-SJS -- 18:46.6 2:16.6 6:02.2 3:45.3
102 GONZALEZ, Julia SR 973 Liberty-NCS -- 18:47.4 2:17.4 6:02.5 3:45.5
105 LUM, Lauren JR 21 Alameda-NCS 73 18:47.9 2:17.9 6:02.7 3:45.6
106 VANDEGRIFT, Sydney SR 1674 St Francis (Sac)-SJS 74 18:48.0 2:18.0 6:02.7 3:45.6
110 ARMSTRONG, Aimee JR 1048 Maria Carrillo-NCS 78 18:49.4 2:19.4 6:03.1 3:45.9
111 BOWEN, Kate SO 1647 Sonoma Acad-NCS -- 18:49.4 2:19.4 6:03.1 3:45.9
113 FLETCHER, Abby FR 1241 Oak Ridge-SJS 79 18:50.2 2:20.2 6:03.4 3:46.0
114 HARPER, Natalie FR 477 Cosumnes Oaks-SJS -- 18:50.5 2:20.5 6:03.5 3:46.1
116 ROAKE, Lila JR 1553 Santa Cruz-CCS 81 18:51.7 2:21.7 6:03.9 3:46.3
117 BREWER, Alyssa SR 191 Cal High-NCS 82 18:51.9 2:21.9 6:03.9 3:46.4
118 WOODWARD, Jaxin JR 1829 Vacaville-SJS 83 18:52.1 2:22.1 6:04.0 3:46.4
119 DEEIK, Mary FR 1853 Vintage-SJS -- 18:52.1 2:22.1 6:04.0 3:46.4
121 OVERELL, Emma SR 227 Campolindo-NCS 84 18:53.4 2:23.4 6:04.4 3:46.7
129 WIKSTROM, Eleanor SO 1638 Skyline-OS -- 18:55.2 2:25.2 6:05.0 3:47.0
130 LODIGIANI, Sophia JR 520 Davis-SJS 92 18:55.4 2:25.4 6:05.1 3:47.1
131 TAVELLA, Emma JR 1544 San Ramon Valley-NCS 93 18:56.7 2:26.7 6:05.5 3:47.3
134 HASSER, Rebecca SR 863 Homestead-CCS 95 18:57.8 2:27.8 6:05.8 3:47.6
136 BIHARI, Kinga JR 750 Granada-NCS 97 18:58.5 2:28.5 6:06.1 3:47.7
139 DEBENEDETTI, Sophie JR 1669 St Francis (Sac)-SJS 98 18:59.1 2:29.1 6:06.3 3:47.8
140 BARRY, Samantha SO 1964 Woodcreek-SJS 99 18:59.4 2:29.4 6:06.3 3:47.9
141 GRANT, Kaylah SR 1004 Live Oak-CCS -- 18:59.7 2:29.8 6:06.5 3:47.9

BOYS
1)  St. Francis, Mt. View (CCS) 78:42
2) Dublin (NCS) 79:41
3) Bellarmine (CCS) 80:53
4)  Jesuit (SJS) 81:35
5)  Los Altos (CCS) 81:42
6)  Bella Vista (SJS) 82:07
7)  Granada (NCS) 82:23
8) Sir Francis Drake (NCS) 82:49
9) McClatchy (SJS) 82:47
10) Gregori (SJS) 82:54

All NorCal boys under 16 minutes
Athlete Yr. # Team Score Time Gap Avg. Mile Avg. KM
3 ANDERSON, Liam JR 1420 Redwood-NCS 3 15:10.3 0:07.3 4:52.7 3:02.0
7 STRANGIO, Matt SO 880 Jesuit-SJS 6 15:15.5 0:12.5 4:54.4 3:03.1
8 BEAUDOIN-ROSSEAU, Meika SR 82 Bellarmine-CCS 7 15:16.8 0:13.8 4:54.8 3:03.3
13 KUMAR, Shyam SR 1696 St. Francis(MV)-CCS 10 15:23.0 0:20.0 4:56.8 3:04.6
20 SCHROEDER, Adrian SR 583 Dublin-NCS 16 15:26.8 0:23.8 4:58.0 3:05.3
27 MACKENZIE, Owen JR 1014 Los Altos-CCS 22 15:32.7 0:29.7 4:59.9 3:06.5
35 KING, Damian JR 79 Bella Vista-SJS 26 15:37.1 0:34.1 5:01.3 3:07.4
36 ENG, Eric JR 1694 St. Francis(MV)-CCS 27 15:37.4 0:34.4 5:01.4 3:07.5
37 ESTRELLA, Jorge SR 32 Andrew Hill-CCS -- 15:37.6 0:34.6 5:01.5 3:07.5
42 ULLRICH, Collin SR 975 Liberty Ranch-SJS -- 15:39.3 0:36.3 5:02.0 3:07.8
44 COLONNA, Colton JR 1692 St. Francis(MV)-CCS 32 15:40.4 0:37.4 5:02.4 3:08.1
46 MEDEARIS, Nicholas SR 498 Crystal Springs Up.-CCS 34 15:41.6 0:38.6 5:02.8 3:08.3
50 PHANSE, Gaurav SR 582 Dublin-NCS 37 15:43.3 0:40.3 5:03.3 3:08.6
52 MIDDLETON-PEARSON, Christopher SO 580 Dublin-NCS 38 15:44.0 0:41.1 5:03.5 3:08.8
54 WIENER-BRODK, Jonah SR 1093 McClatchy-SJS 40 15:44.6 0:41.6 5:03.7 3:08.9
56 LIVINGSTON, Connor JR 528 De La Salle-NCS 42 15:45.6 0:42.6 5:04.0 3:09.1
64 RUIZ, Santiago SR 802 Gregori-SJS 47 15:50.2 0:47.2 5:05.5 3:10.0
67 RICH, Denny SR 1889 Washington-NCS -- 15:51.6 0:48.6 5:06.0 3:10.3
68 WILLIAMS, Andre JR 1655 Sonoma Acad-NCS 49 15:52.2 0:49.2 5:06.1 3:10.4
73 MIRANDA, Robert SR 1110 Menlo School-CCS -- 15:53.4 0:50.4 5:06.6 3:10.7
78 WHITE, Dylan SR 381 Clayton Valley-NCS -- 15:55.3 0:52.3 5:07.2 3:11.1
84 LAIDLAW, Sean SR 988 Lick Wilmerding-NCS 60 15:57.0 0:54.1 5:07.7 3:11.4
86 BENNETT, John SR 756 Granada-NCS 62 15:57.6 0:54.6 5:07.9 3:11.5
87 AUFDERHEIDE, Greg SR 1007 Livermore-NCS -- 15:57.6 0:54.6 5:07.9 3:11.5
88 GARCIA, Juan Pablo SO 1695 St. Francis(MV)-CCS 63 15:58.8 0:55.8 5:08.3 3:11.7

12 comments:

Rob Collins said...

Albert, Santa Cruz Girls should be on there with there 97:19 Team Time.

Albert Caruana said...

Thanks for catching that Rob. It's fixed now.

Anonymous said...

I knew Oakland Tech was pretty good but I don't think anyone would have predicted them #2 team time in Nor Cal. And without a senior no less! Best team in section history by far! How about an interview with the coach?

Anonymous said...

I would like to congratulate the Campolindo Cougars on winning the girls D3 championship. Year in and year out Campo has had an excellent program ( boy's and girls ) and they need to be recognized! Hard working kids, dedicated coaching breeds success, Way to go cougars, they always peak at the right time!

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know whether the 2.05 mile split is actually at the 2.05 mile? That would mean that Justin Hazell ran the last 1.06 miles in 4:35.4. I think it is actually the 2.11 mile split - so 1 mile left to go. Still a very impressive last mile.

Albert Caruana said...

This question is asked yearly. The mat is placed at the first mile mark. On the way back, the runners go over the same mat but the finish line is closer than the start so it's definitely less than a mile.

Anonymous said...

Not taking away anything that Campolindo did in winning the D3 girls championship, because any podium finish is admirable, but... the leader at the time, Kristin Fahy collapsing just short of the finish line (and not finishing) definitively changed the team finish order.

La Costa Canyon's 6th runner finished 74th which would of been a 74 point swing and La Costa Canyon would have ended with 74 points, Campo would of gotten second with 106 points, and Vista Del Lago (SJS) would of moved down to 3rd with 147 points.

Anonymous said...

Dude.......good math but sports is about "collapsing,breaking legs,concussions,doping,whatever."LCC had no depth and therefore no margin for error.Same thing happened to Campo girls in 2011 and 2014.They were clear favorites in both years but trail dust got in the way of a championship.

Anonymous said...

Good point,@8:33... I did not consider the lack of depth of LCC's team. But as you said it can be the death of any team. Campo was definitely the best team at the end of the day.

Anonymous said...

It's hard for any team to win when their #1 runner goes down. There are very few teams in the state that could pull something like that off. LCC was in great position with a mile to go, but they had no margin for error and Fahy going down killed them. Campo took advantage of that, and it was game over. LCC had a plan that they thought was going to work and that involved Fahy pressing the pace over the middle mile. Perhaps it wasn't the right move considering the conditions, but that is how XC races shake out: you go in with a race plan, and you try to execute it to the best of your abilities and sometimes it blows up in your face. Congratulations to Campo for the win, as another person pointed out they had some rough outings at state this decade so to see them pull it out is pretty nice.

Anonymous said...

Shane Bissell Loyola's #1 runner and Southern Section D1 champ sprained his ankle in the first mile, ran 16:28. For 92th place and Loyola's #7 Tough break. If he run's like last week Loyola takes third easy, but would not have caught Roosevelt for second. But stuff happens and that's why you run the race and add up the score. If he doesn't sprain his ankle St.Francis could well be staying home too.

Albert Caruana said...

Somebody posted the following. Just had to replace a word.

Ok lets be real. Going down right before the finish was very fortunate for Campo. Clearly they were the second best team that received a gift. But that is why you play the game. In sports there is the "agony of defeat" so to speak. Stuff happens.

On another note, with the new sportsmanship rule their #2 runner could have picked up and carried their #1 to the finish line. That too could have been the difference as well.

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