Friday, May 27, 2016

Northern California Section Finals Results

NCS MOC finals today. The trials results are linked below. It will be warm today which might slow down some events but the competition should be tremendous especially in the girls' distance races. What will be the race of the day? What was the best performance from yesterday's finals in CCS, SJS and NS?

Sac-Joaquin Section Masters
Trials and Finals Results LINK (live results which include yesterday's trials)
Meet Program =SJS Masters Final LINK

Central Coast Section
Finals Results LINK (live results)
CCS Finals Preview LINK (Running and Field Events)

North Coast Section
Performance Lists LINK
Trials and Finals Results LINK (live results)

Northern Section
Meet Program LINK

San Francisco Section
Finals Meet Program LINK
Finals Results LINK

Oakland Section
Results LINK

Feel free to comment below on any of the above section finals. The SJS and CCS finals will be tonight with the NCS trials this afternoon. The NCS, NS and SF Finals will take place tomorrow. What is the most competitive event in any section? What events have state meet championship contenders? Who has been the most impressive Northern California athlete this season?


Anonymous said...

Really, a 3'-8" high jump get's you a medal and team points in a section championship

Anonymous said...

Is this where we continue the discussion about changing the CCS qualifying process? If so, someone mentioned before that WCAL is putting forward a proposal. Does anyone have confirmation? I think it has to get a vote at the CCS meeting on 6/7.

Anonymous said...

Wow 8 girls under 11 minutes in the 3200 - the CCS girls are so fast now!

Also... it was nice to see Maryam Jawid from Lynbrook running 10:58. We don't see that many Muslim women running track and field and it is inspiring to see some out there running very fast.

Anonymous said...

I was really impressed by Sean Kurdy's 8:59 3,200. It was a warm night, but he and Vernau took it out from the gun. If my calculations are correct, he had about a 2:06 last 800 and 61 last 400. Great to see such a hard working kid get that result after an injury plagued cross country season. Notre Dame is getting a good one. He and Vernau will represent well.

Anonymous said...

What race had the most athletes under the automatic qualifying time (at large time)? It seems that would have been the most competitive race that existed.

Anonymous said...

Are there any picture from any of the races?

Anonymous said...

I would think that the NCS girls 1600 is once again one of the most competitive events in Nor Cal. Last year this section qualified 4 girls (Leach dropped to focus on the 3200) this year it qualified 5. And, with impressive times. The top 3 (Bowen, Starn and Corda) were all sub 4:50, putting them faster than any other Nor Cal section, 4th was 4:50 and 5th was 4:52. Not to mention 2 more at 4:55, just missing auto-qual. That's 7 girls running 4:55 or sub.

When you add that to the impressive 800 girls NCS finals with Brewer breaking the NCS MOC meet record in 2:08 and Fuhriman not far behind as well as the stellar 3200 performances of Coonfield and McCandless (with a 4:50/10:28 double), the NCS distance girls in general are an impressive group of athletes.

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