Thursday, May 17, 2018

Northern California Section Meet Info

Central Coast Section
Entries: http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/TRACK/2018/ccst_ent.htm

Heats: http://static.psbin.com/m/s/462kyobuhmovtz/2018_Track_semis.pdf

North Coast Section

Tri-Valley
  • Meet Bulletin (includes meet schedule) - http://static.psbin.com/w/x/mesbdmixonbazw/Tri-ValleyAreaMeetBulletin2018.pdf
  • Performance Lists, Meet Program & Results - http://www.diablotiming.com/results/2018-05-19/
  • Parking - We are asking that everyone that arrives before 11:00 AM to park in the Dublin High School parking lot along VILLAGE PARKWAY and NOT in the parking lot along Brighton Drive.  Our DHS senior recognition ceremony is happening in the sports complex next to the track and field stadium until 11:00 AM and we would like to reserve the Brighton Drive parking lot for that.  There is also overflow parking available at the Church of Jesus Christ of Ladder-day Saints along Village Parkway directly next to the DHS Village Parkway parking lot.  We appreciate your cooperation and apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.

Thanks,
Chris Williams

Sac-Joaquin Section
All info including bulletins and results can be found at this link:

If you have other info that can be added for any of the NorCal sections, please email me at albertjcaruana@gmail.com.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

When do CCS heat sheets come out?

Albert Caruana said...

They will be out sometime today.

Anonymous said...

Jake Grimsman (co-state leader in High Jump - 7'3''), senior at Vista Del Lago (SJS), no-heighted in divisionals. Shame...
http://www.bvtrack.com/SJSLive/180516F050.htm.

Nursing an aggravated ankle from Stanford Invite when he went for 7'5'', he did move on from league champs. His usual opening attempts are 6'6'' to 6'8''.

On a more positive note, I wouldn't be surprised to see him at NCAA champs next year, representing BYU. His prep PR is a NCAA D1 Auto-qualifier.

Hank said...

Jake jumped 7-03 at Stanford

http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/TRACK/2018/stan_res.htm#jake%20gr

hank

Anonymous said...

Yep, he jumped 7'3'' but he tweaked his ankle on his 7'5'' attempt

Anonymous said...

Is there a site that has the shows the current Cal state leaders? The Caltrackprep website doesn't seem to have the latest leaders.

Anonymous said...

Athletic.net and Mile Split CA both have lists of current CA leaders.

Anonymous said...

Predictions for boys distance heat winners?

Albert Caruana said...

CCS
1600 Boys
Girls Heat 1
Mari Friedman

Girls Heat 2
Marea Zlatunich

1600 Boys
Heat 1
Alex Scales

Heat 2
Jorge Estrella

800 Girls
Heat 1
Charlotte Tomkinson

Heat 2
Mari Friedman

Heat 3
Isabelle Cairns

800 Boys
Heat 1
Alex Scales

Heat 2
Ryan Wilson

Heat 3
Jason Gomez

3200 Girls
Heat 1
Mari Friedman

Heat 2
Anna Mokkapati

3200 Boys
Heat 1
Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau

Heat 2
Henry Saul

Anonymous said...

Hard to pick heat winners, especially in the 1600/3200 heats since you get through if you finish top 4 in each heat plus 4 fastest times. Why would you run full out to finish first when 4th would do and you can save yourself, especially if you are doubling? That being said, the list above are the favorites in each of the heats.

Albert Caruana said...

The best runners are used to winning even qualifying heats. There was a study done on this. Look it up.

Jared Steele said...

Looking at the Men's 1500m at past Olympics-

16' Rio: Centrowitz did not win his qualifying heat

12' London: Makloufi won his qualifying heat

08' Beijing: Willis did not win his qualifying heat

Both of you have a point. If doubling, it makes sense to save yourself a bit, especially considering that the top 4 move on BUT being competitive is engrained in the brains of these great young athletes. It's hard for them to try and not win, even if it's just a qualifying heat.

Anonymous said...

Robert Miranda is ranked higher than MBR in heat 1 of the 3200 but I agree with Albert's pick, mostly because I agree with 12:43 - Rob is smart and does not go for the win when he doesn't have to. Don't count out Kumar in heat 2.

Anonymous said...

Grades for Albert’s heat winner predictions: Girls B-; Boys D+. Looks like 12:43 above was right, with the exception of the call on a 1600/3200 doubler not going for heat wins. Colonna took both his heats and ran the fastest 1600 and 3200 times of the day.

Albert Caruana said...

I will try to do better in the finals. Prediction contests will be up for all sections.

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