Saturday, October 06, 2018

Northern California Invitationals taking place today

Serra Invitational live results:
http://www.rtspt.com/events/cif/2018Meets/serraxc/

Artichoke Invitational results (NEW)
http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2018/hmb_res.htm

Jackie Henderson Memorial Preview
http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2018/hend_prv.htm

Jackie Henderson Memorial Invitational results
https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=144547&show=all

Clovis Invitational live results:
https://registration.finishedresults.com/meets/1273
Liam Anderson with 14:57.8 winner that is NCS #3 all-time. Del Oro frosh Riley Chamberlain finished 2nd overall with 17:12 scorcher that is frosh #4 all-time on the course. Any other outstanding marks for individuals and teams?

Aragon Center Meet #1 results:
http://lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com/ATHLETICS/XC/2018/cntr1res.pdf

Please feel free to comment on any results taking place today at any of the above meets or any other meets taking place.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kellen Steplight, who is in the 9th grade, ran a 1606

Albert Caruana said...

I saw that. Excellent time for a frosh.

Anonymous said...

Saint Francis is having a hard time recreating the magic of last season. 6th place at Clovis with some key teams missing. Anyone know what’s going on in Mountain View?

Albert Caruana said...

It's October 6th. I wouldn't write them off just yet.

Anonymous said...

I see that St Francis only ran 6 runners and that Juan Pablo Garcia didn't run. He's a key runner for them. Eng also was pretty far behind Colonna, so he either had an off day or is still working his way back from his injury. Albert is right that it is still early.

Anonymous said...

@4:43 SFMV started the season with the second best team time ever at Toro, which was in line with their 1st and 3rd record times from last year. At Stanford they were missing their #2, and today they were missing their #3. If they can get everyone healthy by CCS and State, they should be fine. Colonna followed up his 15:21 5th at Stanford with a solid 15:23 11th at Clovis. Not sure why people were giving him a hard time after his Earlybird finish but I guess that’s the nature of this blog.

Albert Caruana said...

Absolutely. You never see people offer their opinions on twitter, facebook, Instagram...etc. Just this blog.

Anonymous said...

I’m not on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram so I’m not sure how much the commenters there discounted a solid NorCal runner but I am willing to keep an open mind about it.

Albert Caruana said...

I was just commenting about the nature of this blog comment. Where else can people talk cross country aside from this blog? As long as people don't disparage high school students, it's an open forum.

Anonymous said...

Did SF only race 6 or did someone not finish? They have a solid JV team, why not bump someone up?

Anonymous said...

Frosh Hope Bergmark (Amador Valley) 11th in 18:04 - 2nd NorCal girl after Riley
Isabella Fauria 18:16 for 17th still - on the comeback trail
Frosh Cate Joaquin - 19th in 18:22 - 5th girl from NorCal

Albert Caruana said...

Awesome. Thanks for the adds.

Anonymous said...

SF only raced 6. Garcia did not make it to the start line.

Mandee Starn said...

Nice races from the Tavella girls from SRV who have now placed 1-2 two weeks in a row (Stanford and Clovis). Kate was 8:14 and Emma 8:15 yesterday. Junior Kelli Wilson also had a strong performance at Clovis running 18:25, after missing some early meets due to colds and injury.

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