Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Central Coast Section results and meet recap

Central Coast Section results

Central Coast Section meet recap

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Seeking assistant coaches

Crystal Springs Uplands School: is looking for two cross country assistant coaches for the 2021 fall season. CSUS is located in Hillsborough and competes in Division 5. This is for the 2021-2022 school year. A zest for distance running, a positive attitude, and running experience is a plus. Practice will start on August 6th and will run until the end of November. A stipend is available. Interested individuals should send a resume with references to athletic director Bobby Long at and Albert Caruana at

Washington High School is looking for an assistant cross country coach for the upcoming season starting mid August and ending in November. Washington HS is located in Fremont and competes in the North Coast Section. A knowledge of running and wanting to make a difference in high school students' lives is a requirement. A stipend is available. Please send a resume with references to athletic director Regina Quezada at and to coach Ben Vose at

College Park HS is looking for a Track and Field Head Coach to take over a thriving program. Please send your resume and letter of interest to Athletic Director Jim Keck
Cross Country, GirlsHeadCollege ParkWalk Onnot at this timeJim Keck928-682-7670keckj@mdusd.orgCollege Park HS is looking for a Cross Country Head Coach to take over a thriving program. Please send your resume and letter of interest to Athletic Director Jim Keck

If you are also searching for coaches, please send the information to me at and I will add it to this post.

Friday, June 18, 2021

Central Coast Section Finals Preview

Sunday, June 13, 2021

2021 CCS Track and Field Prediction Contest

DEADLINE IS Friday, Midnight-Post predictions in the comment section below.
GRAND PRIZE:  Public adoration!

If you would like an opportunity to win the above prize, post your predictions below. Please include the top 3 finishers for all events (running and field/boys and girls) as well as your predictions for the team champions along with their scores. If there is a tie, the team champions and scores will break those ties.

Your entries should look like this
Name: John Aki Bua Uganda HS Athlete (or coach/parent etc.)

Listed in order of finish (1st through 3rd)
Girls' 400m. Relay-James Logan, Long Beach Poly, St. Francis
Boys' 400m. Relay-
Girls' 1600m.-Jordan Hasay, Mary Decker, Yunxia Qu
Boys' 1600m.-
Girls' 100m. Hurdles-
Boys' 110m. Hurdles-
Don't forget the field events.

Feel free to also mention what races/events you are most anticipating. Who are the biggest favorites? Who will pull off the biggest upset? What will be the most competitive event?

The winner will be announced on Sunday, June 20th. 

Friday, June 04, 2021

Men 800m | Stumptown Twilight June 3,2021

John Lester's 1:47.65. Fast forward to 3 minutes for his race. #6 performer now in US history. #2 in NCS trailing only Pete Richardson's 1:47.31 in 1981. #3 in CA trailing only national record holder Michael Granville's 1:46.45 and Richardson.

Monday, May 31, 2021

Nor-Cal Track and Field Championships

2021 Date: June 16th, 2021

Venue: Concord High School, Concord CA. 


  • The top 24 verified entries from the 2021 high school track season in all events will be accepted into the meet
  • All registration must be  completed online. 
  • Registration is OPEN at
  • All relay teams entered must attend the same high school to compete ( no club or all-star teams allowed)
  • This meet is open to all schools located in Northern California in the following sections CCS, NCS, SF, OAL, Northern, Sac-Joaquin
  • All participants entered will compete as unattached athletes - example Unattached John Doe - Nor Cal High 


  • High School (Athletes who are enrolled in high school for the 2020 – 2021 academic school year qualifies as a HS Student): 100m / 200m / 400m / 800m / 1600m /3200m/ 100/110HH / 300 IH/LH / Long Jump / Triple Jump / Pole Vault / High Jump / Shot / Disc / 4X100 relay / 4X400 relay


  • Athletes / parents / coaches and spectators must adhere to in person screening before entering the stadium.  
  • On the day of the meet, if protocol allows, spectators will be allowed in the stadium in some capacity.

REGISTRATION AT OPENS Monday MAY 31 at 8:00 am.


  • Top 24 verified entries accepted in the meet
  • Entries close on June 11th, 2021 at 6:00 pm
  • Field Events start at 2:00 pm, Running Events start at 4:00 pm
  • Running events will consist of three heats of eight
  • Distance races will consist of two heats of twelve
  • Field Events will have four jumps in the Long / Triple Jump per flight
  • Shot / Discus will have four throws  per flight
  • Entry fees must be paid by 6/13/21 at Noon

Meet Director John Harvey  Contact info: 

Mobile: (209)988-1287

Sunday, May 30, 2021

High schooler Hobbs Kessler runs 3:34.36

One of the greatest performances in high school history. His 3:34.36 is the fastest 1500 ever run significantly (previous record held by Alan Webb at 3:38.26) and in fact, surpassed the just recently broken NCAA record. He has now qualified for the Olympic Trials and definitely has a punchers chance with his kick.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Ajani Salcido, Jesuit senior, to UCLA

PERSON OF THE YEAR for NorCal Track and Field: Chris Williams, Dublin HS by Patrick McCrystle

The following was written by Bellarmine coach, Patrick McCrystle in the comment section. It's too good not to share here. I wholeheartedly agree. Thank you Chris.


I am awarding Chris Williams a fake award that I just made up, and will probably never award again: The Person of the Year for NorCal Track and Field. Chris' tireless work in creating, organizing and hosting three Dublin Socially Distanced Fiestas truly 'made our season'. While many others put together great meets, in putting on the three DSDFs Chris gave the Bellarmine track program an immeasurably valuable gift: hope, joy, a sense of normalcy, a chance to be rewarded for hard work...and it wasn't just a gift to our runners. The families of our students benefitted incredibly from these three meets, perhaps as much as the students themselves. While I am speaking for the BCP program, I am pretty sure that other programs out there feel the same way, especially schools from the Sac Joaquin and North Coast Sections, whose seasons are all but over. The DSDFs served as a season ending championship of sorts, and the competition and results were amazing...due to the hard work of Chris, his staff, his admin and anyone else who contributed to making it through the maze of paperwork and protocols to actually host the meets. You have given our community an amazing gift, and I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart. Hopefully, Chris can now enjoy some well deserved rest and mourn the end of his beloved Warriors' season. Peace and eternal gratitude to you Mr. Williams!!!!!!! Your friend, Patrick

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