Saturday, February 24, 2018

Northern California Track and Field meets today

Bulldog Invitational at Folsom HS (SJS)
Clarke Massey Relays at Cordova HS (SJS) RESULTS
Stocking Super Seven Invitational at Diablo Valley College (NCS) Canceled
Skyline Invitational at Skyline HS (OAK) RESULTS
Viking Invitational at Edison HS, Stockton (SJS)

If you have results or updates from any of the meets above, please share them in the comment section below.

Results of yesterday's Pitman Distance Wars can be found at this LINK.

11 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Anyone know why the Super seven was canceled? Will it be rescheduled?

Anonymous said...

Anyone know if you have to use marks made this year for Stanford and Arcadia or do last year's marks count?

Albert Caruana said...

I don't know why the meet was canceled but it will not be rescheduled. I checked the DLS schedule and it's not listed later in the year.

As for entering marks for Stanford and/or Arcadia, I would check the meet info and email the meet directors if you have a specific question.

Anonymous said...

The DVC field is being redone and was not finished in time for the meet. It is not being rescheduled.

Anonymous said...

@10:41 Stanford uses times from last year or this year if there is a PR between now and the cutoff date. Arcadia will only use times from this year.

Anonymous said...

This Saturday the Sac State High School Classic is stacked! This will be a good debut of who's who in the SJS. Accepted entries are posted here: https://timerhub.com/get_web_index.php?page=redcaptiming.com/2018/sshs/

Anonymous said...

With the poor weather, look for most of the top runners to scratch from the Sac State Classic, it is too early to risk injury in the poor conditions.

Albert Caruana said...

I would highly doubt that athletes would not race in rainy conditions provided they are in events that are not hampered too much by rain.

Anonymous said...

I highly doubt the Denner sisters will actually run tomorrow. They are both on the heat sheets for the 800, 1600 & 3200 so it looks like they just registered for the sake of registering.

They are both headed to the Armory for NBNI the weekend after so the chance of seeing any sort of full out racing, if any racing at all from them is doubtful.

Anonymous said...

Other than Okeefe, most top female scratched, I guess the weather did change race plans today....

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