Saturday, April 30, 2016

Sacramento Meet of Champions Results and live updates

400 relay girls Bishop O'Dowd 47.15 CA #6
400 relay boys San Leandro 41.67 CA #4

1600 girls Fiona O'Keeffe Davis 4:47.69 CA #2
1600 boys Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame 4:07.78 CA #1

100 hurdles Jurnee Woodward Vacaville 13.52 CA #1
110 hurdles Khalil Dorsey Colony 14.05 CA #3

400 girls Tierra Robinson-Jones BOD 55.19 CA #4
400 boys Jacob Sampson Vista del Lago 48.54

100 girls Rae'vyn Lawler Sacramento 11.83
100 boys Clinton Spellman Laguna Creek 10.84

800 girls Alyssa Brewer California 2:09.61 CA #2
800 boys Derek Parker Woodcreek 1:54.36

300 hurdles Jurnee Woodward Vacaville 41.66 Already CA #1
300 hurdles Derrick Griffith Consumnes Oak 37.67 CA #6

200 girls Jessica Ozoude Spanish Springs 23.77
200 boys Parker Caston St. Mary's Stockton 21.48

3200 girls Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville 10:46.31
3200 boys Luis Grijalva Armijo 9:06.02

1600 relay girls St. Francis, Sacramento 3:50.52
1600 relay boys De La Salle 3:18.69

Pole Vault girls Erika Malaspina Pacific Collegiate 13'3" New Meet Record
Triple Jump girls Allanah Lee Castro Valley 37'6.5"
High Jump girls Jennifer Kurtz California 5'7"

Follow my live updates on twitter @CCExpress

San Lorenzo Valley’s Rob Collins reaches finish line

Sacramento Meet of Champions meet preview

Check out the preview of the Sacramento Meet of Champions which will take place this TODAY at American River College. LINK HERE. Who did I miss? Who are some of the overwhelming favorites? Who are some of the state meet contenders that will compete at the meet today?

Jurnee Woodward Vacaville-SJS to the left courtesy of Kirby Lee. She has run the 2nd fastest 300 meter hurdle race in the nation at 41.01.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Nathan Esparza Amador Valley 69'3" shot put vs Granada (April 16th)

I totally missed this but here is Nathan Esparza's 69'3" shot in a dual meet against Granada. He already held the NCS record from earlier this season at the Dan Gabor Invitational. Esparza now has the 4th best mark in the nation trailing 3 70 footers.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Elena Bruckner Valley Christian SJ, 2nd place in discus at Penn Relays

She is seen here 2nd from left in photo thanks to Valley Christian SJ coach, Josh Small. Elena threw 178'7" to finish in 2nd place behind Jamaica's Shanice Love who threw 179'6".

Also, Rylee Bowen, Sonoma Academy, finished in 6th place in the mile with a time of 4:57.99. You can read a bit more about her race at this LINK thanks to Jim Crowhurst of Redwood Empire Running.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Sacramento Meet of Champions

Accepted Entries LINK
Alternate List LINK
Schedule LINK
Invitational Meet Records LINK (NEW)
Live Results LINK (NEW)

The preview of the meet is close to being finished and should be posted either tonight or tomorrow morning. Some really good match-ups both on the track and out on the field.

This is always the last big Invitational in Northern California and some pretty quality marks are dropped before league championship season.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Elena Bruckner's 186'10" discus throw from last Friday's CCS Top 8 Meet

The top 5 furthest throws in US history are the following:
1) Shelbi Vaughan Legacy HS (Tx) 198'9" 2012
2) Anna Jelmini Shafter HS (Ca) 190'3" 2009
3) Suzy Powell Downey HS (Ca) 188'4" 1994
4) Elena Bruckner Valley Christian SJ (Ca) 186'10" 2016
5) Seilala Sua St Aquinas (Fl) 186'3" 1996

8th grader Isabella Fauria

She scored double victories at the Halden Invitational this past Saturday in the MS races with winning times of 5:03.92 (1600) and 2:25.92 (800). 

She has PRs from 2015 of 2:16.52 (800), 4:40.03 (1500), and 10:11.00 (3000).

At the 2014 Golden West Invitational (GWI), Fauria ran 2:19.51 and 11:09.94 (3200). At last year's GWI, she ran the mile in 5:03.51.

Photo below from San Francisco State Invite from 2015.

Halden Invitational Race Videos

Top 3
Sean Kurdy Jesuit 4:10.86
Daniel Ambriz Merced 4:13.57
Nick Borowsky Davis 4:13.60

To view more videos from Halden, Jesuit league meet and last week's Bronco Invitational, go to this LINK.

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Northern California Invitational Results

High School
Central Coast Section (CCS) Top 8 Meet Results LINK
Northern California F/S Championship (NCS) Results LINK
Glenn Poole Invitational (SJS) Results LINK
Bret Harte Invitational (SJS) Results LINK
Viking Classic Invitational (NCS) Results BOYS LINK/GIRLS LINK (NEW)
St. Francis Invitational (CCS) Results LINK (NEW)
Halden Invitational (SJS) Results LINK (NEW)

West Valley Invitational (NO) Results LINK
Fred Faucett Invitational (SJS) Results LINK

Stanford Twilight Results LINK
Cal's Brutus Hamilton Challenge and Invitational Results LINK

Friday, April 22, 2016

Central Coast Section Full Results

If you haven't heard already, Elena Bruckner threw the discus 186'10" which is the 4th longest throw in US history. 

Who else impressed you? Surprises? 

NorCal Report: Week 8 Highlights, Looking Ahead to Weekend 9

You can find highlights and top marks from meets last week by NorCal athletes at this LINK.

Tonight I will be at the CCS Top 8 meet and I will tweet (@CCExpress) and instagram (@albertjcaruana) results, photos and videos from the meet.

In the meantime, feel free to comment on tonight's events and what events you are most looking forward to watch.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

10 athletes/relay teams to watch at Friday's CCS Top 8 Meet

You can check out that article at this LINK. Feel free to add other athletes and/or relay teams that you think deserve mention in the comment section below. As always, feel free to share the link with your friends, teammates, parents, pets etc. 

If you have an athletes or coach that you feel should be interviewed by me, please drop me an email at

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

CCS Top 8 Meet Program now posted

I plan on having a preview of the meet posted sometime Wednesday. Stay tuned.

National track and field leaders (Rylee Bowen and Elena Bruckner) from Bay Area go to Penn Relays

As reported by SF GATE and maxpreps writer Mitch Stephens, both Rylee Bowen, Sonoma Academy and Elena Bruckner, Valley Christian SJ will compete at the upcoming, prestigious Penn Relays (April 28-30). Both have made good use of their frequent miles so far this season with trips to APU Distance Meet of Champions (Bowen), Texas Relays (both), Arcadia Invitational (both) and Mt. SAC Relays (Bowen).

You can read the article in today's SF Chronicle at this LINK. (also Cooper Teare, St. Joseph Notre Dame mention).

Sunday, April 17, 2016

CCS Top 8 Meet at Los Gatos HS Entries and Alternates



The entries and alternates will be updated throughout the week. Check back. The meet is indeed being held at Los Gatos HS (confirmed).

Most competitive event? Who is going to shock the field? What event is going to be the most difficult to make state in either boys or girls?

Jesuit HS's national record setting DMR team from 1986

The photo to the left was shared by Jesuit HS coach Walt Lange and was taken a few days after the record setting effort. From left to right is Mark Mastalir (3:00.0), Paul Thomas (1:57), Eric Mastalir (4:07.8) and Dan Cahill (51). At that time, the order of the DMR was 800, 400, 1200, 1600. You can read a bit more about the record setting team in the Sacramento Bee newspaper article below. The record lasted for one season as McCullough, Tx ran 9:53.31 in 1987. Jesuit's time remains the California record and the 7th fastest US all-time. 

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Northern California Invitational Results

Mt SAC Relays results LINK (Some great efforts yesterday including David Frisbie, Cooper Teare and Rylee Bowen).

Bearcats Invitational at San Mateo HS results at this LINK

16th Prefontaine Rotary Invitational results at this LINK (McKinleyville HS attended)

Serra Invitational at Serra HS results at this LINK (New)

Del Oro Invitational at Del Oro HS results at this LINK (New)

Ron Ruptier Invitational at Ponderosa HS results at this LINK (New)

Woody Wilson Invitational at UC Davis results at this LINK (New)

From the week
Monte Vista at California (NCS) results at this LINK (New)
Granada at Amador Valley (NCS) results at this LINK (New)

Other results will be posted as soon as I receive them. In the meantime, feel free to post updates in the comment section below.

Friday, April 15, 2016

Northern California HS alumni update

If you know of any former Northern California high school athletes rocking it in college, please add them and their accomplishments in the comment section below. Here are a couple to start the list.

Maya Weigel, Mt. View HS Class of 2013 who was named National NCAA Division III athlete of the week for Pomona Pitzer. You can read all about her accomplishments at this LINK.

Gabe Arias-Sheridan, St. Joseph Notre Dame Class of 2014 who last night broke the St. Mary's College school record in the 10K by running 29:33.

Any others, please add them in the comment section below.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Northern California League Meet Results

Redwood Empire 4/13 Track Meets LINK

Campolindo vs Dougherty Valley LINK
Dougherty Valley vs Miramonte LINK

WBAL 2A at The King's Academy LINK
WBAL 2B at Bellarmine HS LINK

Weekly Duals LINK

Bellarmine vs Valley Christian SJ vs Presentation LINK

Former Sobrato HS coach arrested

Sad news once again. Son Lance Wolfsmith ran at Sobrato HS and had personal bests of 4:15.80 and 9:07.10. He later ran Cross Country and Track and Field at Air Force.

You can read the article about his father's arrest at this LINK.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Son of PowerBar Founder Aims for Sub-2:40 at Boston

Brian Maxwell, who was third at Boston in 1977, died at 51, leaving behind a wife, six children, and a thriving energy bar company. His son Chris continues his marathoning legacy.

You can read the article at this LINK. Sister Julia Maxwell, Branson School '14 had PRs of 4:55.41 (mile) and 10:24.50 in high school. She was 3 time NCS and state meet champion in XC. She now competes for Stanford University.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Chip Castelberry Invitational photos by Michael Lucid

Major changes for 2016 NCS XC Divisions approved

You can check out the divisions for the fall season at the link below which was approved a few days ago. As it stands now, there will be 8 potential teams in Division I, 19 teams in Division 2, 29 teams in Division III, 29 teams in Division IV and 66 teams in Division V. Keep in mind that not all schools field cross country teams and the number of teams in Division V has been fairly high for as far back as I can remember. 

The major change is that the break point for each division now resembles more closely with the Southern Section and San Diego Sections. The result of the change leaves Division I with only 8 teams and makes the other four divisions much more competitive at the section level. Whether NCS teams will field stronger teams in those divisions will be determined in the next few seasons. 

If you have any thoughts on the new divisions, feel free to comment in the section below.

You can also check out the minutes from the last NCS meeting which includes the details of the proposal as well as the vote counts:

Monday, April 11, 2016


If you want to be educated on how NCS works, take a look at the following link and go to page 77. You can also do a search for Cross Country to find all that is pertinent to our sport.:

How Connor Dunne Cut His Mile PR From 4:36 to 4:04 in Three Years

Great interview with San Clement HS runner, Connor Dunne. This season, Dunne has improved his PRs to 1:50.53 in the 800 and 4:04.59 in the mile. You can check out his interview following his Arcadia victory at this LINK.

Sunday, April 10, 2016

NCS Girls 3200m is unreal

Thanks to Jim Crowhurst at Redwood Empire Running, check out the top NCS girls in the 3200m and where they rank in state.

Also, screen shots of Rylee Bowen's victory.

Quicksilver Classic Results

Quicksilver Classic Results LINK (at Leland HS)

Arcadia Invitational NorCal Day #2 highlights

Sofia Castiglioni Davis-SJS 4:59.88 mile
Kendall Derry Bella Vista-SJS 5:00.80

Robert Miranda Menlo-CCS 4:23.25 mile run rising stars

Milayla Revera Santa Catalina-CCS 12.15 100 meters

David Phair College Park-NCS 1:55.77 800 meters
Christian Gonzales Miramonte-NCS 1:55.81 800 meters

Ariane Arndt St. Francis SJS 2:10.46 800 meters
Mari Friedman Santa Cruz-CCS 2:10.92 800 meters

Mikayla Revera Santa Catalina-CCS 56.23 800 meters

Vacaville-SJS 12:30.25 Distance Medley Relay
Santa Rosa-NCS 12:30.67 Distance Medley Relay
St. Francis-CCS 12:32.54 Distance Medley Relay

Jade Harrison Cupertino-CCS 24.67 200 meters
Destiny Mitchell Newark Memorial-NCS 24.72 200 meters

James Logan-NCS 10:29.19 Distance Medley Relay
Merced-SJS 10:31.29 Distance Medley Relay
San Ramon Valley-NCS 10:34.96 Distance Medley Relay

Nathan Esparza Amador Valley-NCS 179'5" Discus

Tierra Crockrell Calabasas-SJS 37'4.5" Triple Jump

Hannah Hall James Logan-NCS 136'8" Discus

Whitney-SJS 42.62 400 relay

Newark Memorial-CCS 47.14 400 relay

Bishop O'Dowd-NCS 47.75 400 relay

Olivia O'Keeffe Davis-SJS 4:57.54

Kent Slaney Palo Alto-CCS 4:20.36 Mile
Justin Robinson Lynbrook-CCS 4:20.84 Mile

Jurnee Woodward Vacaville-SJS 13.87 100 meter Hurdles
Kaylah Robinson El Cerrito-NCS 14.14 100 meter Hurdles
KaRa Awakoaiye Bishop O'Dowd-NCS 14.19 100 meter Hurdles

Willie Hall Davis-SJS 1:51.59 800 Meters
Ben Micallef Bellarmine-CCS 1:53.01 800 Meters
Daniel Ambriz Merced-SJS 1:55.45 800 Meters

Alyssa Brewer California-NCS 55.39 400 Meters

Jonathan Harvey De La Salle-NCS 37.35 300 Meter Hurdles

Hannah Davis Vacaville-SJS 44.46 300 Meter Hurdles
Maya Miklos Gunn-CCS 43.78 300 Meter Hurdles
Jurnee Woodward Vacaville-SJS 41.29 300 Meter Hurdles

Miramonte 12:05.77 Distance Medley Relay
Monte Vista 12:08.79 Distance Medley Relay
Bella Vista 12:10.09 Distance Medley Relay

Brian Schulz El Molino-NCS 9:12.92 3200 Meters
Nick Downs Bishop O'Dowd-NCS 9:13.87 3200 Meters
Tim Chrisman Monte Vista-NCS 9:16.93 3200 Meters
David Frisbie JFK Fremont-NCS9:16.53 3200 Meters
Ian Hutchinson Newark Memorial-NCS 9:17.55 3200 Meters
Alex Glavin College Prep-NCS 9:20.94 3200 Meters
Sean Kurdy Jesuit-SJS 9:11.38 3200 Meters
Salem Bouhassoun Mission-SF 9:13.78

Tierra Crockrell Calabasas-SJS 24.60 200 Meters

Rylee Bowen Sonoma Academy-NCS 10:13.20 3200 Meters
Fiona O'Keeffe Davis-SJS 10:17.74 3200 Meters
Brooke Starn Monte Vista-NCS 10:19.97 3200 Meters
Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville 10:20.58 3200 Meters
Megan McCandless Granada-NCS 10:24.59 3200 Meters
Kristen Leung Lowell-SF 10:28.48 3200 Meters

Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame-NCS 8:54.14 3200 Meters
Luis Grijalva Armijo-SJS 9:00.02 3200 Meters
Michael Vernau Davis-SJS 9:03.45 3200 Meters

Davis-SJS 10:21.69 Distance Medley Relay
Bellarmine-CCS 10:25.69 Distance Medley Relay

St. Francis-SJS 3:54.34 4 x 400 Meter Relay
Los Gatos-CCS 3:54.42 4 x 400 Meter Relay
Vacaville-SJS 3:49.91 4 x 400 Meter Relay
St. Mary's Berkeley-NCS 3:51.55 4 x 400 Meter Relay
Carondelet-NCS 3:53.47 4 x 400 Meter Relay

De La Salle-NCS 3:17.71 4 x 400 Meter Relay

Elena Bruckner Valley Christian SJ-CCS 166'3" Discus
Pamela Amaechi Lincoln-SF 150'8" Discus
Hannah Hall James Logan-NCS 147'5" Discus

Nathan Esparza Amador Valley-NCS 65'1.25" Shot Put

Isaiah Holmes Oakmont-SJS 22'6.75" Long Jump

Kali Hatcher St. Mary's Berkeley-NCS 37'0" Triple Jump

Darius Carbin Mt. Pleasant-CCS 6'11" High Jump

Elena Bruckner Valley Christian SJ-CCS 51'0.75" Shot Put
Jasmine Pharms Stagg-SJS 45'11" Shot Put
Pamela Amaechi Lincoln-SF 44'11" Shot Put

More to come...

Friday, April 08, 2016

Arcadia Invitational NorCal Day #1 highlights

Bellarmine-CCS 3rd in 4 x 800m in 7:55.31
James Logan-NCS 6th in 4 x 800m. in 7:57.60

Bellarmine-CCS 3rd in 1600m. SMR in 3:27.42
De La Salle-NCS 6th in 1600m. SMR in 3:35.63

Benjamin Holland Jesuit-SJS 9:25.48 in 3200 open 2
Anirudh Surapaneni Dublin-NCS 9:26.30 in 3200 open 2
Stefan Bradley San Ramon Valley-NCS 9:18.23 in 3200 open 3
Zachary Katzman Skyline-OAK 9:19.90 in 3200 open 3
Brendan Jones Jesuit-SJS 9:23.38 in 3200
Kellen Browning Davis-SJS 9:25.29 in 3200

Ben Campagna San Ramon Valley-NCS 50'5.25" in shot put

Miramonte-NCS 7th in 4 x 800m. in 9:29.70
Bella Vista-SJS 9th in 4 x 800m. in 9:32.23

Bishop O'Dowd-NCS 5th in 4 x 200m. in 1:41.30

Bishop O'Dowd-NCS 2nd in 800 SMR in 1:46.16

St. Mary's Berkeley-NCS 1st in 1600 SMR in 4:06.40
Carondelet-NCS 3rd in 1600 SMR in 4:09.10

Davis-SJS 1st in 6400 relay in 20:05.26
Redwood-NCS 3rd in 6400 relay in 20:39.84
Granada-NCS 8th in 6400 relay in 21:09.94

Emily Perez St. Joseph Notre Dame-NCS 10:57.86 1st in 3200 open
Johanna Ross Oakland Tech-OAK 11:00.38 in 3200 open
Sydney Vandegrift St. Francis-SJS 10:47.28 1st in 3200 rated
Katarina Stashyn Vacaville-SJS 10:50.37 in 3200 rated
Kiera Marshall St. Joseph Notre Dame-NCS 10:41.80 1st in 3200 seeded
Cassi Land Sonora-SJS 10:45.46 in 3200 seeded
Delaney White-NCS Santa Rosa 10:51.77 in 3200 seeded

Caice Lanovaz Los Gatos-CCS won girls Heptathlon with a score of 4898.

Northern California athletes to watch at Arcadia Invitational

10) Darius Thomas St. Francis-CCS Stanford Invite high jump champ and 7'0" best.
9) Kaylah Robinson El Cerrito-NCS Double champion at Stanford Invite in 100m. and 100m. hurdles.
8) Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame-NCS Fastest 3200m. time in the nation at 8:56.07
7) Jonathan Harvey De La Salle-NCS Fastest 300m. hurdler in field at 37.42.
6) Jacob Bowler Del Oro-SJS 4th best pole vault mark in the nation at 16'8"
5) Isaiah Holmes Oakmont-SJS Contender in 3 events (long jump, triple jump & high jump).
4) Fiona O'Keeffe Davis-SJS Top returner from 2015 Arcadia Invite 3200m (2nd place).
3) Jurnee Woodward Vacaville-SJS Sub 14 100m. hurdler and fastest entered 300m. hurdler.
2) Darius Carbin Mt. Pleasant-CCS New Balance Indoor Champion with 7'1.75" jump.
1) Elena Bruckner Valley Christian SJ-CCS Bruckner #1 marks in nation in shot put and discus.

It's tough to just narrow it down to 10 as there is plenty of talent heading down to Arcadia including Willie Hall Davis-SJS, Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville-NCS, Brooke Starn Monte Vista-NCS, Ben Micallef Bellarmine-CCS, Kali Hatcher St. Mary's Berkeley-NCS, Michael Vernau Davis-SJS, Luis Grijalva Armijo-SJS, Kristen Leung Lowell-SF, Alec Woodson Armijo-SJS, Niki Iyer Harker-CCS, Rylee Bowen Sonoma Academy-NCS, Davis-SJS DMRs, Gillian Meeks Gunn-CCS, Bellarmine-CCS relays, Bishop O'Dowd relays (girls), Daniel Ambriz Merced-SJS, Avi Wilson Perteete St. Mary's Berkeley-NCS, Tierra Robinson-Jones Bishop O'Dowd, Redwood-NCS girls DMR, Miramonte-NCS DMR, Glennis Murphy Redwood-NCS, Megan McCandless Granada-NCS, Pamela Amaechi Lincoln-SF, Erika Malaspina Pacific Collegiate-CCS, Noah Hurley College Park-NCS, Travis Kartz Granite Bay-SJS and many more. Please add other names and relay teams that should also be included for this weekend's meet.

Arcadia Invitational Links

Live Webcast LINK (starts at 4:30pm on Friday)
Live Results LINK
Arcadia Invitational Time Schedule LINK

In order of scheduled competion
Meet Program #1 LINK
Meet Program #2 LINK
Meet Program #3 LINK

Thursday, April 07, 2016

Who is going down to the Arcadia Invitational this weekend?

If you are a Northern California athlete and heading down to the Arcadia Invitational this weekend, let us know that you are attending and what event(s) you are planning to compete. If you are on a relay team, let us know as well. 

Finally, what event are you most looking forward to seeing this weekend? Doing anything else besides competing in the meet? Is this your first Arcadia Invitational and if not, how many have you attended? You don't have to tell us who you are and feel free to share your goal for this weekend if you like.

NorCal Report: Week 6 Highlights, Looking Ahead to Weekend 7

Includes a recap of the just completed Stanford Invitational as well as the top performances by Northern California athletes at the Texas Relays.

Photo to the left includes Kyle Macauley Bellarmine courtesy of Kirby Lee and

Monday, April 04, 2016

Stanford Invitational performances ranked

Running events (winning performances) ranked "best" to "worst" on multiple scoring charts.

800 meters: 1:50.53 Connor Dunne San Clemente
3000 meters: 8:15.01 Eduardo "Lalo" Herrera
Mile: 4:11.41 Eduardo "Lalo" Herrera Madera South
110 meters hurdles: 14.17 Khalil Dorsey Colony
400 meters: 48.46 Mason Mitchell Santa Margarita
100 meters: 10.71 Nathen Francisco James Logan
4 x 100 meters: 42.17 Bellarmine
400 meters hurdles: 54.37 Joshua Hall James Logan
4 x 400 meters: 3:21.87 Bellarmine

Pole Vault: Travis Kartz 15'6.5" Granite Bay
High Jump: Darius Thomas 6'10" St. Francis, Mt. View
Discus: Kyle Carrillo 179'5" Westlake
Triple Jump: Isaiah Holmes 47'5" Oakmont
Long Jump: Isaiah Holmes 23'3.5" Oakmont
Shot Put: Jack Root 53'0.25" Oak Ridge

Mile: 4:49.12 Brooke Starn Monte Vista
3000 meters: 9:44.43 Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville
4 x 100 meters: 46.29 Carson
100 meters hurdles: 14.06 Kaylah Robinson El Cerrito
400 meters hurdles: 60.62 Maya Miklos Gunn
400 meters: 55.24 Kaelin Roberts Carson
800 meters: 2:10.11 Allie Schadler Rio Rico
100 meters: 11.97 Kaylah Robinson El Cerrito
4 x 400 meters: 3:53.19 St. Mary's Berkeley

Pole Vault: Erika Malaspina 12'6" Pacific Collegiate
Discus: Pamela Amaechi 158'10" Abraham Lincoln
Triple Jump: Kali Hatcher 39'1.25" St. Mary's Berkeley
High Jump: Cassidy Palka 5'4.25 Oaks Christian
Long Jump: Jonon Young 19'1.25" Carson
Shot Put: K.D Young 48'1.75" Warrensburg-Latham

Updated Stanford Invitational Meet Records through 2016 meet

Arcadia Invitational 3200 Meters Invitational Sections (Girls and Boys)

How many girls will break 10:30 and how many boys will break 9:00? 

Girls (Personal Records and Year Set)
1) Ally Palomino Bishop Amat 10:46.47 '16
2) Kelly Bernd Canyon Crest Academy 10:45.99 '15
3) Sara Leonard Canyon Anaheim 10:51.09 '16
4) Nicole Zielinski Canyon Anaheim 10:47.61 '16
5) Rebecca Story Christian Academy Knoxville 10:36.16 '15
6) Lauren Moffitt Clovis North 10:37.01 '15
7) Fiona O'Keeffe Davis 10:00.85 '15
8) Kathryn Loken Del Campo 10:47.68 '16
9) Baylee Jones Desert Vista 10:36.68 '15
10) Hayley Wolf Desert Vista 10:48.84 '16
11) Megan McCandless Granada 10:32.82 '14
12) Sandra Pflughoft Great Oak 10:48.46 '15
13) Elly Henes Green Hope 10:32.28 (2 miles) '15
14) Gillian Meeks Gunn 10:38.30 '15
15) Niki Iyer Harker 10:32.37 '15
16) Kristen Leung Lowell 10:33.71 '16
17) Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville 10:20.72 '15
18) Kelli Hines Mission Viejo 10:48.03 '16
19) Meredith Corda Monte Vista 10:45.57 '16
20) Brooke Starn Monte Vista 10:29.20 '15
21) Annie Hill MT Glacier 10:31.54 '15
22) Sylvia Cruz-Albrecht Oak Park 10:46.59 '16
23) Jesalyn Bries Sandra Day O'Connor 10:42.27 '15
24) Glennis Murphy Redwood 11:03.45 '15
25) Cate Ratliff Santa Cruz 10:25.92 '15
26) Rylee Bowen Sonoma Academy 10:29.61 '15
27) Marissa Dobry St. Mary's Oregon 10:56.69 '15
28) Hannah DeBalsi Staples 10:28.76 '16 also 9:55.05 (2miles) '14
29) Aubrey Argyle UT Davis 10:30.66 '15
30) Courtney Wayment UT Davis 10:40.24 '15

Boys (Personal Records and year set)
1) Casey Clinger American Fork 8:59.02 indoors '16
2) Phillip Rocha Arcadia 8:59.42 '15
3) Luis Grijalva Armijo 8:59.98 '16
4) Jack Yearian Bellarmine Prep 8:58.61 '15
5) Ben Veatch Carmel, IN 8:53.42 '15
6) Paul Roberts Lyons, CO 9:13.55 '15
7) Mason Coppi Dana Hills 9:01.96 '15
8) Jake Ogden Dana Hills 8:59.12 '14
9) Michael Vernau Davis 8:57.70 '16
10) Garek Bielaczyc East 8:57.03 2 miles indoors '16
11) Jack Van Scoter Flintridge Prep 8:59.61 '16
12) Murimi Nyamu Forest Grove 8:42.42 3000 '15
13) Isaac Cortes Great Oak 9:23.29 '15
14) Cole Spencer Great Oak 8:59.45 '15
15) Blake Evertsen Hinsdale 9:14.39 '15
16) Andrew Burkhardt JSerra 9:04.38 '16
17) Eduardo Herrera Madera South 8:55.93 '15
18) Miguel Villar Madera South 9:04.89 '16
19) Kenny Kniesel Mount Taber 8:57.77 '16
20) Justin Janke North Central 9:05.50 '14
21) Jon Davis Oakwood 9:08.26 indoors '16
22) Alek Parsons Ogden 8:55.56 '15
23) Callum Bolger San Luis Obispo 8:57.88 '16
24) Ryan Tate Saugus 9:04.60 '16
25) Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame 8:56.07 '16
26) William Handley Timpanoges 9:17.04 indoors '16
27) Paul Luevano Venice 9:09.76 '15

Saturday, April 02, 2016

Stanford Invitational 3000m Final Line Photos thanks to Thomas Benjamin

Stanford Invitational Day #2

You can follow updates on twitter @CCExpress and on Instagram @albertjcaruana

Highlights and photos will be posted ASAP. In the meantime, feel free to post updates in the comment section below.

Live Results LINK.

Jurnee Woodward Vacaville 2nd at Texas Relays in 300m. Hurdles in 41.01

Also, Elena Bruckner, Valley Christian SJ-CCS won the discus in 170'4". Rylee Bowen, Sonoma Academy-NCS 2nd in mile in 4:51.26.

Friday, April 01, 2016

Stanford Invitational Day 1

Photos to the left.
Gillian Meeks Gunn-CCS leading eventual winner Morgin Coonfield McKinleyville-NCS during 2nd lap of girls' 3000m. Winning time was 9:44.43 followed by Meeks in 9:52.30. Coonfield's time of 9:44.43 converts to 10:27.39.

Morgin Coonfield with coach Jason Lewis.

Eduardo "Lalo" Herrera Madera South-CS leading Michael Vernau Davis-SJS early in boys' 3000m. Herrera won the race in a new meet record 8:15.01. Previous record was Justin Vilhauer Redwood-CS 8:17.32 '10. 8:15.1 converts to 8:51.39 for 3200m.

Herrera interviewed after his race by Flotrack.

Winning Davis HS DMR team after setting US #1 11:52.87. Here are their splits: 3:39, 62, 2:18 and 4:52. Monte Vista-NCS which finished in 2nd place now has the US #2 time with their 12:00.07.

Winning Armijo HS DMR team after setting US #2 10:06.31 which was also a new Stanford Invitational meet record. Their splits were 3:06.4, 51.4, 1:59.0, 4:09.2. Previous record was Jesuit-SJS '85 with a time of 10:22.6y. Sir Francis Drake '13 also ran 10:19.97.

Some more highlights included Maya Miklos, Gunn-CCS winning 400m. hurdles in US #1 60.62. Joshua Hall, James Logan-NCS winning the 400m. hurdles in US #2 54.37. Isaiah Holmes, Oakmont-SJS winning long jump in US #5 23'3.5". Granite Bay-SJS pole vaulter, Travis Kartz winning with a jump of 15'6.5".

Stanford Invitational High School Preview

Meet records included for every event. What will be the most competitive event? Will there be any new national leaders? Who will be the biggest surprise to win?

Four Names to Watch at Stanford Invitational (including Dublin's Mecca McGlaston to the left)

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