Saturday, September 15, 2018

Northern California Invitational Results

De La Salle Invitational Live Results:

Farmer Invitational Results (winning Alameda girls' varsity team):

Woodbridge Invitational Results:

Earlybird Invitational Results (try this link):

Nevada Union Invitational Results:

Viking Opener Results:

In the meantime, feel free to comment below on any awesome performances that take place today. I will update the links as soon as I find them.


Anonymous said...

Bummer to hear about Strangio. :( At least we got to see him at Lagoon Valley this year.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Anyone know what happened at the Early Bird?

Anonymous said...

Boys Winners:
Freshman - Kain (Scotts Valley) 16:25ish narrow victory
Sophomore - Peattie (Bellarmine) 15:42 huge gap
Junior - Sage (Los Altos) 15:43ish outkicked small pack
Senior -Colonna (St Francis MV) 15:19ish; broke away with teammate Eng and McKenzie (Los Altos). Eng came in 2nd just a second or two back. McKenzie was 15:28ish.

Albert Caruana said...

The link I posted to the Earlybird results should work now. If not, let me know.

Pierre Chan said...

earlybird link sent me to google login. results are up on lynbrooksports

Anonymous said...

What happened to Strangio?

pmccrystle said...

Combined boys team scores from Earlybird:

1. St. Francis 41 (Awesome team showing, and their team time is with Eng--and Mackenzie--taking a wrong turn near the end of the race!
2. BCP 61
3. Los Altos 86
4. Scotts Valley 193
5. Clovis West 270
6. Whitney 294
7. Alisal 307
8. Mitty 323
9. King City 351
10. Merced 378

Anonymous said...

Viking Opener:

Anonymous said...

Sooooo, What happened to Strangio

Anonymous said...

The Nevada Union Invitational also happened today... Used to be a much bigger meet but still attracts a few area SJS teams.

Apparently the Del Oro freshman, Chamberlain set another course record, on a meet that is on its 55th year!

Daniel James said...

My understanding is that Strangio has slight calf strain, the result of uneven legs and was held out as a precaution. The hope is to have the full Jesuit Varsity line-up ready for Stanford. Fingers crossed it's not anything too serious and he is back out there competing soon.

Albert Caruana said...

Thanks for the update, Dan. I am sure he will be back shortly and injuries have definitely not slowed him down before (ie State 3200m last year).

Anonymous said...

Granada girls, 3rd at Woodbridge, Congratulations!

Albert Caruana said...

Granada girls are very strong. They podiumed last year and will be favored to do so again this year.

Steve Palladino said...

Team time outcomes for NCS VB at Woodbridge: Granada 1:15:08 (10th fastest team time overall), Maria Carillo 1:15:12 (11th team time overall), Dublin 1:15:16 (12th team time overall).

Anonymous said...

Impressive performances in girls' sweeps at Woodbridge... McCandless, Wikstrom, Fauria, Joaquin and Perez are 8th, 35th, 48th, 51st, 62nd in the nation, respectively.

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