Saturday, February 25, 2017

NorCal Invitational Results

Some performances have been highlighted already below and in the comment section below. If you have others that should be noted, please add them in the comment section as well.

Skyline Invitational results LINK (including 1:54.53 800 for Cooper Teare)
De La Salle/Carondelet Super 7 results LINK (now posted)
Bulldog Invitational
Capital Classic Relays results LINK (new)
Clarke Massey Relays results LINK (new)

Dean Andreeson Classic results LINK (new)
Viking Invitational

Other invites will be posted as well as soon as I get them. If you have any results, email them to me at

NorCal athletes with leading marks in California:
800m Cooper Teare St. Joseph Notre Dame (NCS) 1:54.53
110mH Shawn Bettencourt Golden Valley (SJS) 14.86
Long Jump Philip Brown Foothill (SJS) 23'9"
Pole Vault Laurel Wong Santa Catalina (CCS) 12'10.25"

Also, Campolindo '12 grad Sara Mostatabi finished 12th overall/2nd female at Mesa Phx Marathon in near 9 minute PR of 2:40:09. That time qualifies her for the Olympic Trials (standard 2:45:00).


Paul said...

HTML results from Skyline Invitational

Anonymous said...

The 1:56 from the Lick-Wilmerding Athlete was also very impressive

Albert Caruana said...

Per Erik Stein's coach, that is a new school record in the 800 for Lick-Wilmerding. Very impressive time for this time of the year.

Anonymous said...

Do most of the elite athletes work into the season slowly or do they hit the first meets hard? What's the best way to go about putting up monster times come section finals?

Albert Caruana said...

I think you race to your current fitness and competition at each respective meet. The fast times later in the season are due to championship meets, better competition and assumed improved fitness.

Jackson8or said...

Holy guacamole, Cooper! It's a bit early in the season for that kind of time, but golly heck that's impressive.

Anonymous said...

10:58 for Rayna Stanziano of Concord in 3200 at Super 7 (after her 5:15 1600)

Nils said...

Way to go Cooper!

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