Friday, November 12, 2010

CCS XC Information for Saturday, November 12th at Toro Park

Map of the Course:

2010 Race Entries for all 10 races:

State Meet Team Qualifiers:
Division I:  Girls 2, Boys 2
Division II:  Girls 3, Boys 3
Division III:  Girls 3, Boys 3
Division IV:  Girls 3, Boys 2
Division V:  Girls 3, Boys 3

Race Schedule:
Division V:  Girls 10:00am, Boys 10:35am
Division I:  Girls 11:10am, Boys 11:45am
Division II:  Girls 12:20pm, Boys 12:55pm
Division III:  Girls 1:30pm, Boys 2:05pm
Division IV:  Girls 2:40pm, Boys 3:15pm

Guesstimates for CCS races courtesy of Hank Lawson and

Any predictions out there?  Who is going to qualify to the state meet in each division?  Who will be the fastest boy overall?  Fastest girls overall?  Biggest surprise?


Dan Bingham said...

For those that didn't notice, Victor Santamaria of Willow Glen was honored by the Central Coast Section as a recipient of 2010 CCS Fall Sports Honor Coaches Award.

From CCS:

Victor Santamaria has been coaching the Boys Cross Country team at Willow Glen High School for the last 10 years. Victor also coaches Track and Field and teaches social studies there. He graduated from Willow Glen in 1985, running track and cross country and contributed to Willow Glen’s winning the 1982 and 1983 CCS Team Championships. Victor also earned All-American status by placing 15th at the National Championships as a senior at WG. He continued running Cross Country in college, becoming captain of the UCLA Cross Country team.

Al Gallegos, Assistant Principal at Willow Glen High School, says of Victor: “Because Victor has high academic standards for his students and athletes, schools all over the US have shown interest in our student athletes. …Parents have always respected the fact that they are not only working with a coach, but a mentor and counselor to our student athletes. I would like to add
that Victor is a cancer survivor and throughout his rough recovery, he was very concerned about his students and their success in and out of the classroom.

Coach Santamaria’s rewards come with the success of his student athletes.” Willow Glen HS Athletic Director Peggy Booth states, “He doesn’t just prepare these athletes for every contest…he prepares these kids for life. He is a mentor and a great role model for our student/athletes. After competitors finish a race they stand near the finish line and cheer teammates and other schools on the finish line. It is truly a remarkable sight to see. I am always in awe of his abilities to motivate these young bodies and minds.”

Albert Caruana said...

Thanks for posting Dan.

Well deserved award.

Anonymous said...

Willow Glen vs SI in D3 should be good. if si shows up....

Anonymous said...

with all due respect to SI... Willow Glen will completely dominate the DIII race... The race is for 2nd and 3rd...

Anonymous said...

As a fellow coach I have known Victor for 20+ yrs and he has been a great example of what most coaches strive to be to there programs. He is well deserving of this award, congrats Victor. See you at State

Anonymous said...

any results?

Albert Caruana said...

Bellarmine Carlmont in div I, los gatos and mountain view in div II, willow glen and st ignatius in div III, york and crystal springs in div V. Boys and girls team winner for those divisions. Div IV is going now.

Anonymous said...

Wowwwww, clutch performance by the Carlmont ladies! Way to go!

mike said...

In case you haven't seen the full results, they are here:

Mike Sherwood

Anonymous said...

Results please!

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