Friday, November 04, 2011

More CCS Results...

Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) at Crystal Springs Course Results (pictures at
Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League (SCCAL) at Pinto Lake Park Results
Mission Trail Athletic League (MTAL) at Toro Park Results

Carlmont wins two PAL cross country titles
Croshaw, Martin PAL champions
Martin wins PAL title
SCCAL Boys Cross Country Championships:  SLV's Johnson repeats; Cougars cruise to third straight team title
SCCAL Girls Cross Country Championships:  Hiltz shatters course record en route to first SCCAL Title
Carmel XC back on top

Couple of notes on the PAL race:
Mark Vingralek just missed the top 10 list for freshmen on the Crystal Springs Course. (scroll to bottom).
Carlmont had all 7 runners dip under 16 minutes.  When was the last time a team had their entire 7 do that?

Some very impressive times from today's races.  CCS is just around the corner.


Anonymous said...

Anyone know what the distance is for Pinto Lake course?

Anonymous said...

description is : Pinto Lake County Park is the SCCAL League Championship course. Grass start, pavement dirt trails. Steep uphill & long downhill. 2.95 miles and a quick course

Anonymous said...

It was cold and windy at Pinto yesterday, Storm hit soon as meet finished, Jessica Van Ausdale of Aptos had the Original course record of 17:24!

Anonymous said...

Nikki Hiltz blazed to a win with the top four finishers under the previous record!

Anonymous said...

Correction the course record was 17:26 set in 2005 Jessica van Ausdall of Aptos, Hiltz pulled top 3 under Course race a Great effort buy all!

Anonymous said...

Record, soory

Anonymous said...

10 Roy Gonzales Fr Lincoln, San Jose 15:41 5:20 1977 CCS

vingralek "might" be #11 frosh but not #10 (not yet anyway - one more shot).


Keith Reyen said...

A couple of notes about the performance of the Carlmont Boys yesterday. Their combined team time of 78:17 ties for 28 on the all-time list a Crystal and is just 8 seconds back from the team time posted by Mountain View 2 years ago when it won the State Meet and posted the best combined time at State. The performance posted despite some seriously cold and fairly windy conditions. Any suggestion that Carlmont was aided by the elements is misguided.

Tim said...

Also of note at the PAL champs, was the top 18 boys sub-16 minutes. That's more than WCAL, SCVAL, and BVAL combined.

Albert Caruana said...

No question that the PAL race was very fast but the they also had better conditions than the previous three days. We (WBAL) ran on Friday and the course and conditions were even better than the day before.

I hope that we all luck out again in terms of conditions on Saturday as I think we are going to see some VERY FAST times in all the divisions.

Best of luck to all the competitors.

Anonymous said...

will we see NCS rankings (teams and individuals by division) before hayward?

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