Tuesday, October 08, 2019

2019 NCS Cross Country Rankings #1

Here is my first attempt at the NCS rankings now that we have had a few invitationals and league meets in the books. Please feel free to post your thoughts in the comment section below. 

Division I Boys
1) Dublin
2) Amador Valley
3) Dougherty Valley
4) James Logan
5) Berkeley

Division I Girls
1) Amador Valley
2) Dougherty Valley
3) Dublin
4) California
5) Berkeley

Division II Boys
1) Granada
2) De La Salle
3) Monte Vista
4) Liberty
5) Redwood/San Ramon Valley

Division II Girls
1) Granada
2) College Park
3) San Ramon Valley
4) Monte Vista
5) Liberty

Division III Boys
1) Maria Carrillo
2) Campolindo
3) Casa Grande
4) Tamalpais
5) Piner

Division III Girls
1) Campolindo
2) Maria Carrillo
3) Alameda
4) Tamalpais
5) Piner

Division IV Boys
1) Sir Francis Drake
2) Acalanes
3) Bishop O'Dowd
4) Alhambra
5) ?

Division IV Girls
1) Miramonte
2) Piedmont
3) Bishop O'Dowd
4) Marin Catholic
5) Acalanes

Division V Boys
1) University
2) St. Joseph Notre Dame
3) Sonoma Academy
4) Head-Royce
5) Stuart Hall

Division V Girls
1) Lick-Wilmerding
2) University
3) Head-Royce
4) Urban
5) St. Joseph Notre Dame

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sir Francis Drake should be ranked 1st for D4 Boys. Granada is D2.

Albert Caruana said...

Fixed. Sir Francis Drake is far and away the best team in the division.

Len said...

I think Miramonte should be in the top 3 for D4 girls.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Len re Miramonte. They were far ahead of Acalanes at the first DAL meet.

Albert Caruana said...

That was a major swing and a miss on my part. Miramonte have a dominant runner up front and a pretty good pack. Fixed.

Anonymous said...

Monte Vista should be first in D2 girls...

Albert Caruana said...

Monte Vista has beaten Granada this year?

Patrick D said...

A bit of local flavor (North Bay), Windsor has been running surprisingly well recently in NBL-Redwood, if their top three continue to run well, they could give Piner a run in these rankings. For example, Windsor's top three all ran sub-19 yesterday on a very difficult (if not perennial hazardous) Foothill course.

Albert Caruana said...

Thank you Patrick. I will keep an eye out for Windsor before posting the next rankings in a couple of week.s

Mike DeVries said...

Great to see SRV on the raise again. Coach Intravia has this team head in the right direction. Massive team of kids having fun with this amazing sport.

Anonymous said...

On the subject on North Bay, Analy girls have been running really well also. In an early season meet handily beat Piner and a very good Windsor team. Just thought someone should know....

Luis Rosales said...

Analy is in D-4 not D-3

Anonymous said...

can you do individual rankings for each division

Albert Caruana said...

Yes, I can do that. Look for it in the next couple of days.

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