Monday, October 31, 2016

Sac-Joaquin Section rankings thanks to Gary LaRowe

10/29 D1 BoysD2 BoysD3 BoysD4 BoysD5 Boys
1) Jesuit1) Bella Vista1) Rio Americano1) Christian Brothers1) Capital Christian
2) Woodcreek2) Whitney2) Vista del Lago2) Calaveras2) Foresthill
3) McClatchy3) Rocklin3) Placer3) Sonora3) Vacaville Christian
4) Cosumnes Oaks4) Tokay4) Sierra4) Dixon4) Golden Sierra
5) Davis5) Del Campo5) Del Oro5) Weston Ranch5) Central Catholic
6) Armijo6) Granite Bay6) Vanden6) Hughson6) Argonaut
7) Modesto7) Vacaville7) Mira Loma7) El Dorado7) Western Sierra College
8) Gregori8) Lodi8) Oakdale8) St Marys8) Cristo Rey
9) Sheldon9) Nevada Union9) Benicia9) Colfax9) Turlock Christian
10) Oak Ridge10) Oakmont10) Kimball10) Amador10) Sacramento Waldorf
D1 Girls RankingsD2 GirlsD3 GirlsD4 GirlsD5 Girls
1) Davis1) St Francis1) Vista del Lago1) Hughson1) Western Sierra College
2) Woodcreek2) Granite Bay2) Rio Americano2) El Dorado2) Foresthill
3) McClatchy3) Vacaville3) Placer3) Amador3) Buckingham
4) Oak Ridge4) Rocklin4) Del Oro4) Sonora4) Capital Christian
5) Cosumnes Oaks5) Nevada Union5) El Camino5) Union Mine5) Argonaut
6) Pleasant Grove6) Merced6) Sierra6) Colfax6) Sacramento Waldorf
7) Sheldon7) Bella Vista7) Oakdale7) Dixon7) Vacaville Christian
8) Armijo8) Oakmont8) Kimball8) Ripon8) Holt Academy
9) Turlock9) Vintage9) East Union9) Bret Harte9) Central Catholic
10)Folsom10)Roseville10) Will C Wood10) Christian Brothers10)Cristo Rey

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Northern California League Results

College of San Mateo Two-Mile Challenge and Registration Link

College of San Mateo Track and Field is excited to announce the inaugural Two-Mile Challenge. The meet is open to high school athletes to serve as a final prep race to get ready for the CIF State Championships or as an opportunity to run one more fast race for the cross country season.

The meet will be ran with heats created based each athletes fastest projected two-mile time. The time of the race will occur attempting to simulate the early morning conditions of the CIF State Cross Country Championships in Fresno. Event fields will be created in order to best benefit the athletes and run a fast time.

Attached is the flyer, the meet information, and registration link on direct athletics.

Just a heads up that the information for the CSM Two-Mile Challenge has been updated and can be found at the

The updated meet packet is at this link: 

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Catching up with Granite Bay senior, Alexandra Beitia (Fastest 5k time in CA this season from her Stanford Invitational 2nd place finish-17:16.9 as well as the fastest competitor at the Clovis Invitational)

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Crystal Springs course use

With CCS taking place at the Crystal Springs course, here are a few course rules that you should be aware of if you are taking your athletes to the course.

First, check the race schedule and make sure you are not practicing on the course on the same day. The rule is you must be done 90 minutes before the start of any competition or 60 minutes after any competition on the course. You cannot practice at the same time as an official competition. Also, do not drive your car on to the course if the gates are open.

If you take your athletes to the course for a practice, please make sure you bring your first aid kit and medical cards. If you take more than 10 athletes to the course for a practice, you will need a pay a $20 fee for each practice. All the info about where to send the payment is in the course handbook (link below).

With the intermittent rain in the next week or so, it's possible that the course will be closed. If you get to the last gate to the course and there is a big sign which says "Cross Country Course Closed", please turn around and go back home. Jumping over the fence could result in you and your athletes getting arrested (not kidding). The reason for the closure is to keep the course in good shape for all the league final meets and CCS. 

You can check back here for updates on whether the course is open or closed. I can save you a trip if I find out the course has been closed already.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Best cross country runners in California High School History

Please add other names that you feel deserve mention in the list below. This should be based on their accomplishment in high school only.

Jeff Nelson Burbank
Matt Giusto San Mateo
Rich Kimball Jesuit/DLS
Mastalir twins (Eric and Mark) Jesuit
Michael Stember Jesuit
Calvin Gaziano Castro Valley
German Fernandez Riverbank
Ryan Hall Big Bear
Chad Hall Big Bear
Bruce Bess La Habra
Eric Hulst Laguna Beach
Louie Quintana Arroyo Grande
Bryan Dameworth Agoura
Harold Kuphaldt Bella Vista
Marc Davis San Diego
Terry Williams Lompoc
Phillip Rocha Arcadia
Austin Tamagno Brea Olinda
Jay Marden Mission San Jose
Meb Keflezighi San Diego
Eric Reynolds Camarillo
Jon Butler Edison
Mark Dani Valhalla
Jay Marden Mission San Jose
Thomas Hunt Patrick Henry
Mitch Kingery San Carlos

Jessica Spies Livermore
Polly Plummer University
Amber Trotter Ukiah
Sara Bei Montgomery
Kristen Gorden Carondelet
Sara Baxter Simi Valley
Jordan Hasay Mission Prep
Deena Drossin Agoura
Julia Stamps Santa Rosa
Anita Siraki Hoover
Vickie Cook Chaminade/Alemany
Kristen O'Hara Palos Verdes
Tania Fischer Chaminade
Sarah Sumpter Healdsburg
Bridge Duffy St. Mary's Berkeley
Kira Jorgensen Rancho Buena Vista
Fiona O'Keeffe Davis
Destiny Collins Great Oak
Amy Skieresz Agoura
Cheri Williams Livermore
Milena Glusac Fallbrook
Kauren Tarver Serrano
Rebecca Chamberlain Leigh
Kim Mortensen Thousand Oaks
Anna Maxwell San Lorenzo Valley

Any others?

Top 10 NorCal times at Mt. SAC Invitational (Boys & Girls)

Below are the top 10 individual times recorded over the two day Mt. SAC Invitational. Yes, the weather did vary for different races but it was hot and the times reflect that. If I missed anyone that belongs in either list below, please add them in the comment section below and I will make the correction.

1. Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame 14:44
2. Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau Bellarmine 15:07
3. Liam Anderson Redwood 15:21
4. Isaias DeLeon De La Salle 15:21
5. Neil Braganza Dougherty Valley 15:31
6. Tristan Miller Monte Vista 15:34
6. Noah Wallace Rio Americano 15:34
8. Daniel Maneloveg Monte Vista 15:39
8. Julian Adams Westmont 15:39
10. Luca Mazzanti Santa Rosa 15:40

1. Kinga Bihari Granada 17:37
2. Glennis Murphy Redwood 17:39
3. Cassy Haskell Miramonte 17:44
4. Elena Kamas Homestead 17:50
5. Kiera Marshall St. Joseph Notre Dame 17:53
6. Amanda Olla San Ramon Valley 18:04
7. Abigail Fisk Davis 18:05
8. Sofia Castiglioni Davis 18:07
9. Olivia O'Keeffe Davis 18:08
10. Colleen McCandless Granada 18:16

I will get to the top team times later today but if anybody is feeling productive, please go ahead and list the top 10 team times for both boys and girls from this past weekend.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Mt. SAC Invitational results

Cooper Teare won the Division V Sweepstakes race with a time of 14:44. Teammate Kiera Marshall won the girls Division V Sweepstakes race in 17:53. Cassy Haskell of Miramonte won the Division IV Sweepstakes race in 17:44. Noah Wallace Rio Americano won Race #17, Division 3 in a time of 15:34. Alize Hartke Oakmont won Race #18, Division 3 in a time of 18:37. Kaela Dishion Bret Harte won Race #29 in a time of 19:24. Piedmont won Race #31, Division IV. Tamalpais girls won Race #12, Division III. College Park girls won Race #14, Division 3. Nueva swept both Division V races with the girls scoring 45 points while the boys were even better at 42 points.

If you have any other highlights that you want to mention, feel free to add it in the comment section below.

Races continue at 7:15am today. Feel free to update any more spectacular efforts by NorCal athletes.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

2016 North Coast Section Cross Country Rankings (2nd Edition)

THESE RANKINGS WERE POSTED OCTOBER 19th. THEY WILL BE UPDATED THIS WEEK. With the league results rolling in, it's time to post the 3rd edition of the NCS rankings. If you see any changes that I should make below, please comment in the section below.
Here are the updated North Coast Section (NCS) team rankings as of today with the help of many section coaches. If I missed any teams, please feel free to let me know in the comment section below. If you feel, the order should be different in any division, please let me know as well.

Division I
Girls - (Top 2 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Castro Valley
2.    Dougherty Valley
3.    James Logan
4.    Berkeley
5.    California

Boys - (Top 2 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Dougherty Valley
2.    James Logan
3.    Berkeley
4.    Castro Valley
5.    California

Division II
Girls - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Granada
2.    Monte Vista
3.    San Ramon Valley
4.    Liberty
5.    Amador Valley/College Park

Boys - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Monte Vista
2.    Dublin
3.    De La Salle
4.    Granada
5.    Clayton Valley
6.    Heritage/Amador Valley/Mission San Jose

Division III
Girls - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Maria Carrillo
2.    Redwood
3.    Campolindo
4.    Alameda
5.    Carondelet
6.    Las Lomas
7.    El Cerrito 

Boys - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Campolindo
2.    Redwood
3.    Maria Carrillo
4.    Las Lomas
5.    Northgate

Division IV
Girls - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Bishop O'Dowd
2.    Piedmont
3.    Miramonte
4.    Arcata
5.    McKinleyville

Boys - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    McKinleyville
2.    Sir Francis Drake
3.    Bishop O'Dowd
4.    Miramonte
5.    Piedmont/Albany

Division V
Girls - (Top 6 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Sonoma Academy
2.    University
3.    College Prep
4.    Lick-Wilmerding
5.    St. Joseph Notre Dame
6.    Convent
7.    Branson/Urban/Head Royce

Boys - (Top 5 teams advance to state meet):
1.    University
2.    Sonoma Academy
3.    Lick-Wilmerding
4.    College Prep   
5.    St. Joseph Notre Dame
6.    Marin Academy/Stuart Hall/Head Royce

Monday, October 17, 2016

2016 North Coast Section Individual Rankings

Here are the top 5 individuals for each division. If you feel I missed someone or somebody should move up from where they are ranked below, please feel free to comment below.

Division I

Girls - (Top 2 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Danika Newlin Castro Valley
2.    Kayla Neumann California
3.    Sophie Phillips Berkeley
4.    Aushmita Grewal Dougherty Valley
5.    Leikela Lunt Castro Valley

Boys - (Top 2 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Neil Braganza Dougherty Valley
2.    Quinn Schimidh Doughery Valley
3.    Sebastian Andersson Berkeley
4.    Arman Pabla James Logan
5.    Tommy Bell Dougherty Valley

Division II
Girls - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Meredith Corda Monte Vista
2.    Kai Bohannon Liberty
3.    Kinga Bihari Granada
4.    Amanda Olla San Ramon Valley
5.    Kate Tavella San Ramon Valley/Maddie Coney Monte Vista

Boys - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Isaias DeLeon De La Salle
2.    Adrian Schroeder Dublin
3.    Anirudh Surapaneni Dublin
4.    Tristan Miller Monte Vista
5.    Daniel Maneloveg Monte Vista
6.    John Bennett Granada

Division III
Girls - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Glennis Murphy Redwood
2.    Hannah Ruane Campolindo
3.    Isabella Chao Campolindo
4.    Gillian Wagner Redwood
5.    Lauren Lum Alameda

Boys - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Liam Anderson Redwood
2.    Andrew Thomas Redwood
3.    Jared Yabu Campolindo
4.    Ben Lawson Maria Carrillo
5.    Raymond Diaz Campolindo

Division IV
Girls - (Top 4 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Cassidy Haskell Miramonte
2.    Emma Wawrznek Bishop O'Dowd
3.    Gabrielle Petersen Healdsburg
4.    Jourdan Amen Bishop O'Dowd
5.    Shelby Nelson Encinal

Boys - (Top 3 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Ryan Cutter Hercules 
2.    Munir Kabara San Rafael
3.    Kellen O'Neill Arcata
4.    Jonathan Fierro Miramonte
5.    Dante De Los Santos Justin-Siena 

Division V
Girls - (Top 6 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Kiera Marshall St. Joseph Notre Dame
2.    Rylee Bowen Sonoma Academy
3.    Kate Bowen Sonoma Academy
4.    Emily Perez St. Joseph Notre Dame
5.    Grace Dailey Branson

Boys - (Top 5 teams advance to state meet):
1.    Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame
2.    Brian Schulz El Molino
3.    Eli Horwitz Stuart Hall
4.    Andre Williams Kelseyville 
5.    Sean Laidlaw Lick-Wilmerding

HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals - NorCal Flagship

For one day only, we're stepping away from the hills and dirt and (hopefully!) rain, and toeing the track to see how your team measures up with others all across the country. For one day only, it's all about 8(and change!) fast laps around the track!

Regardless if you're a JV runner who's season just ended or putting final prep into your legs before the CIF State Championships, the HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals is for you. Like other big XC Invites, you'll be competing against a couple hundreds of your closest friends. Like other big T&F Invites, you'll be seeded by times, so that you get to race against those in similar fitness to you. And like every XC race, it's a team thing. That's right, the times of your top 5 athletes will be totaled, so you can compare your team against teams all over the country.
As far as the meet itself, we're looking to end around 8:30pm, so the exact start time is TBD, depending on entries. Tentatively we're looking to start around 4pm, but there will be a better estimate as we get closer to race day. Heats will run slower to faster, so the meet is a constant buildup to the fastest 8(and change!) lappers around. There will also be a community/coaches race, with on-site registration, so that your athletes can watch you coaches and their long-graduated teammates try to relieve their glory days on the oval.
All entries are to be done on, so that we can easily seed heats ahead of time. A full schedule with entries will be posted by Wednesday before the meet. All athletes will be accepted. Cost per team (unlimited entries) is $100, with individual entries being $15 for those smaller schools wishing to bring athletes. All payments will be done on site, with checks being made payable to Maria Carrillo Puma Athletics Boosters.
The entry cost is $100 per team or $15 per individual.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Weekend NorCal Invitationals

Hoka One One Bronco Cross Country Invitational at Folsom High School
Results: (NEW)
Meet Preview:

Roosevelt Roughrider Invitational at Woodward Park, Fresno

Mariner Invitational at Hayward HS

Merced County Championship Meet at Atwater HS

Santa Clara Bronco Invitational

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Northern California League Results

DAL Center Meet #1 at Hidden Lakes Park (NEW)

Redwood Empire 10/12 Meets

WACC at Hayward HS (3.0 miles)

Jim Tracy Challenge at Golden Gate Park (5k)

PAL #2 at Half Moon Bay HS 2.3 miles

MBL #2 at Christmas Hill Park 3.0 miles

EBAL Center Meet (Great boys team race!) NCS Division II preview?

Other league meet results? Email me with the links to

Throwers Clinic at Montgomery High School

From Santa Rosa HS throws coach, Paul Troppy.

I am holding a clinic in two weeks on October 29th. The clinic is for high school/college discus and shot put throwers. We will have John Davis and Summer Pierson as our leaders/coaches. This will be our first clinic. Both of these throwers have been Olympic Trial athletes. Summer threw 61.23 meters (just over 200 feet) last year and John Davis threw 67'4.25" in the shot put in 2001.

The cost of the clinic is $20.

If you have any questions in regards to this clinic, you can reach Mr. Troppy at

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Catching up with Bellarmine junior, Alex Scales

Alex Scales, Bellarmine '18, led the Bells to the 42nd Annual Cyrstal Springs Invitational Championship Boys Varsity race team championship by taking the individual title with a new personal record of 15:18. You can check out my interview with Alex at this LINK.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Monday, October 10, 2016

Catching up with San Francisco University coach, Jim Tracy...

This interview was originally posted on November 22, 2009. Jim sadly passed away on April 6, 2014 after battling with ALS. He was a great coach who is missed by many including myself. I know he would be very pleased to see the success of the University teams this season.
Today we catch up with S.F. University coach, Jim Tracy, one of the most successful coaches in NCS and state meet cross country history. He's seen here on the far left side of the picture with his '09 NCS championship boys' team from yesterday's NCS Meet of Champions. His girls' team also collected an NCS title (by the narrowest of margins over College Prep) to go along with their amazing total of championships won in previous years. That total includes 6 state championships for his girls, the most for a girls team in state meet history.

1. How did you get your start with running?
I showed up at Riordan H.S. in San Francisco fall of '64. High School was a super new experience and after one week my best friend said let's do cross country, they have to race two miles. I thought he was crazy but we tried out, made the team and thus was the beginning of four years of c.c. and track and field. It was a fantastic era of bay area running talent full of memorable rivalries. I had excellent teammates and Riordan prospered.

2. Tell us a little about your own running from high school to now.
After h.s., I ran at city college of San Francisco and a few small meets at the University of California from which I graduated in '73.

I took a year off from running then began to establish a pattern of training that would accommodate being a working adult. This fluctuated quite a bit as jobs changed, hair fell out, and the running scene began an astonishing surge into mainstream society. By the 1980's, I had finally trained enough to be a better runner and competitor.

3. How did you get into coaching?
At this time I would volunteer some advice to other adults in the excelsior running club and continued learning from their efforts,
I ran through the 80's and was basically an adults' coach.

Finally in the 90's, a good friend of mine, Mike McManus, asked me to join him at university h.s. in San Francisco as his new job and family commitments were such that if u.h.s were to grow and maintain his standards he needed help. Mike and I coached together for three years and thus the groundwork for more success was strengthened. Upon his departure, I remained at u.h.s. and have worked with several assistants since. My present staff is very talented.

4. Who were your coaching mentors then and now?
My very first coach in H.S., Rich Kenneally was a super guy and showed me a lot about how good coaching could enhance kids lives.

At city college I met Lou Vasquez, a fine technical coach who gave me greater knowledge and a desire to learn even more.

Later, I attended a lecture by Arthur Lydiard , a very remarkable man and teacher.

Finally, I have subscribed to Track and Field News for many years and that combined with great conversations with a friend, Robert Darling, I have continued to gain knowledge and perspective on people and athletics.

5. Where else have you coached besides SF University? How long have you been at UHS?
This is my 16th season at San Francisco University high school. Thanks to encouragement from the athletic dept., parents, and supporters of running in general the program there has been a pleasure to direct. The kids have been wonderful and I cherish all my memories of the diverse and talented athletes who have graced my teams with their presence.

6. Might be a little difficult to add them all up but how many NCS championships do your boys have? girls? state meet plaques for girls? boys?
As for winning, yes we like to do it and will continue to do so at every opportunity. Our opponents are talented, the racing worthwhile and our goals of excellence always before us.

Now in my 16th season, the UHS girls have won 12 league championships, 11 section titles, and have 6 state wins plus three seconds. They have also won at least once, every cross country invitational we have entered.

The UHS boys have won 16 league titles, 11 sections, and have been second twice at the state championship and third 5 times. In 13 years at state they have never been worse than sixth.

7. What do you feel have been the keys to success at University during cross country season? How does track factor into the xc success?
The teams succeed because young people have talent, parents encourage them, schools structure them, and I would yell at them if they did not! Seriously, I apply all the knowledge I have gained and demand that they take the chance for success and never fear failure. enjoy vicariously their victories as I remember the opportunities in racing that enhanced my life.

8. What are you expectations of your runners during the summer in preparation for the season?
Summer program: go to a good camp, run with your friends and stay healthy. Remember, the trip to the state meet in Fresno really begins before the school year begins and the joy of the trip never ends.

9. What do you feel are the key workouts for your team during the season? Late season?
Key workouts: I conduct a low mileage, interval speed based program with plenty of races that is supported by adequate stretching, rest, good attitudes, and supportive coaches. Run a variety of intervals on cc terrain controlling the volume and rest cycle and let each athlete reach a level that reflects their talent and interest level.

10. What do you feel are the important points in running well at the state meet on the Woodward Park course?
We go to the state meet every year so we always know the course pretty well. It is an excellent course. Recipe for success-for heavens sake its late November, you've trained all season. Run smart the 1st mile. Measure yourself and opponents the 2nd, and don't give anything back on the third. By all means, when your foot hits the last grass stretch to the finish line, you had better already be sprinting!!!

11. What would be your best advice to a young coach, starting out and with ambition to run a great cross country program?
If you are a new coach, expect to learn from the kids as well as teach them. Keep records, know what you've done so that training is logical and explainable. Give the kids a program they can understand and enjoy, and never ask a veteran opposing coach advice before a big race as we will always lie to you. You'll always enjoy the big win and there is always something to learn from a tough loss.

12. Anything else you would like to add.
Thank you Albert for your interest. It is great to be a cross country coach in Calif. and to compete in the incredible North Coast Section. So many fine coaches and storied programs.

Thank you very much for your time Jim! AJC

More Crystal Springs Invitational photos

You can check out photos taken by Steve Fuller at this link:

Here are four shots taken by Dan Bingham:

Invitational Results

Castro Valley/Peter Brewer Invitational (NEW)

Clovis Invitational

Crystal Springs Invitational
Photos from CSI: (NEW)

More will be posted as I find them. If you have links, send them to me at or post the link in the comment section below.

If you have any comments regarding either of the races above, feel free to do so in the comment section below.

Sunday, October 09, 2016

Former Alisal HS runner Diego Estrada is first American at Chicago Marathon at 2:13:56

Estrada completed his first marathon and it was NOT easy. He fell and sprained his ankle at the water station past the 10k mark.

Saturday, October 08, 2016

Crystal Springs Invitational (Thomas Benjamin photos)

New North Coast Section team time record on Woodward Park course for Dublin HS

The Dublin boys varsity team ran 79:18.8 to win the Division II race today at the Clovis Invitational on the Woodward Park course and break the Petaluma 2008 NCS mark of 79:40.

Crystal Springs Invitational

I will be at the Crystal Springs Invitational today. I will post videos from the meet at this link:

You can also find updates on Twitter at and

Live Results Link:

Feel free to comment on this meet in the section below. There will be other meets that will obviously take place as well today like Clovis, The Other Meet and more. If you have any updates of those meets, feel free to share those as well.

Friday, October 07, 2016

Congratulations to CCS Honor Coach, Aragon coach, Frank Hunt

From yesterday's San Mateo Daily Journal

Aragon coach earns
CCS Honor Coach accolades

Frank Hunt, a longtime cross country coach currently at Aragon, but who also spent several years at Burlingame, was named a CCS Honor Coach.

CCS Honor Coaches are selected by a vote of their coaching peers. Hunt will honored Nov. 12 following the CCS cross country championships at Crystal Springs.

Thursday, October 06, 2016

Crystal Springs Invitational Time Schedule and Meet Preview

Here is the link to the meet preview (NEW):

The time schedule used this Saturday is this one. The preview link above includes where teams will be competing in the schedule below.
9:00am Boys Junior Varsity - Blue
9:30am Boys Junior Varsity – Gold
10:00am Girls Varsity
10:30am Girls Championship Varsity
11:00am Boys Varsity
11:30am Girls Junior Varsity
12:00pm Boys Championship Varsity
12:30pm Boys Sophomore
1:00pm Girls Frosh/Soph
1:30pm Boys Freshman

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Sac-Joaquin Section Rankings by division courtesy of Gary LaRowe

D1 Boys RankingsD2 Boys RankD3 Boys RankD4 Boys RankD5 Boys Rankings
1) Jesuit1) Bella Vista1) Vista del Lago1) Chr Bros1) Capital Christian
2) Woodcreek2) Rocklin2) Rio Amer2) Weston Ranch2) Foresthill
3) McClatchy3) Whitney3) Placer3) Sonora3) Vacaville Christian
4) Modesto4) Del Campo4) Sierra4) Hughson4) Golden Sierra
5) Davis5) Lodi5) Mira Loma5) Dixon5) Argonaut
6) Armijo6) Granite Bay6) Del Oro6) Amador6) Central Catholic
7) Sheldon7) Tokay7) Oakdale7) Calaveras7) Buckingham Chart
8) Oak Ridge8) Vacaville8) Kimball8) St Mary's8) Western Sierra Coll
9) Consum Oaks9) Oakmont9) Vanden9) Bret Harte9) Turlock Christian
10) Franklin(EG)10) Atwater10) Benicia10) Escalon10) Sac Waldorf
D1 Girls RankingsD2 Girls RankD3 Girls RankD4 Girls RankD5 Girls Rankings
1) Davis1) St Francis1) Vista del Lago1) Hughson1) Western Sierra Coll
2) Woodcreek2) Vacaville2) Rio American2) El Dorado2) Foresthill
3) McClatchy3) Granite Bay3) Placer3) Amador3) Buckingham Charter
4) Pleasant Grove4) Rocklin4) Del Oro4) Colfax4) Argonaut
5) Oak Ridge5) Bella Vista5) El Camino5) Sonora5) Sac Waldorf
6) Armijo6) Nev Union6) Sierra6) Ripon6) Capital Christian
7) Consum Oaks7) Whitney7) Kimball7) Christian Bros7) Vacaville Christian
8) Folsom8) Downey8) Oakdale8) Dixon8) Ripon Christian
9) Sheldon9) Roseville9) Will C Wood9) Union Mine9) Holt Academy
10) Turlock10) Oakmont10) Golden Valley10) Bret Harte10) Forest Lake Chris

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