Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Top 10 Northern California performances at California State Track and Field meet

These are the top performances by Northern California athletes using multiple scoring tables to compare events. If you disagree with any of the comparisons, feel free to state your case below.

10) Riley Chamberlain Del Oro 3200m 10:21.36 973
9) Lauren Harper Trinity 2:10.98
8) Isabella Fauria St. Francis, Sacto 2:10.49
7) Rayna Stanziano Concord 800m 2:10.07 987
6) Charlotte Tomkinson Menlo 800m 2:09.41 1001
5) Samantha Wallenstrom Marin Catholic 800m 2:08.78 1011
4) Ceona Pipion Vista Del Lago 400m 54.46 1033
3) Chinyere Okoro Amador Valley 200m 23.86 1049
2) Chinyere Okoro Amador Valley 100m 11.60 1072
1) Jazlynn Shearer Silver Creek 100m Hurdles 13.24w

10) Liam Anderson Redwood 3200m 8:53.28
9) Matt Strangio Jesuit 1600m 4:08.07
8) Ryan Mulholland Del Oro 200m 21.24
7) Scott Toney St. Francis, MV Pole Vault 16'1"
6) Samuel Wright Lodi Pole Vault 16'5"
5) Camden Wheeler Monterey Trail 400m 47.45
4) Cameron Reynolds Clayton Reynolds 400m 47.31
3) Jamar Marshall St. Mary's Stockton 110m Hurdles 13.31w
2) Zachary Larrier Monterey Trail 400m 46.73
1) Cameron Reynolds Clayton Valley 200m 20.99


Anonymous said...

How can you rank a 41-1 triple jump behind and 39 foot mark?

Anonymous said...

Hmmm?? Thought a win in the 800 would be better than 10th place!

Anonymous said...

If you won a State championship you should be ranked ahead of some won did not. IMHO

Unknown said...

The rankings are based solely by performance rankings. It doesn't matter where you finished in your event.

Jared said...

I'm pretty sure the ranking is based on how the USATF and IAAF score the prospective marks. They are based on how well their times/marks are compared to other athletes in the same event. It has nothing to do with how they placed.

I could be wrong though.

Anonymous said...

An incredibly silly exercise in futility. One of the best performances didn't even make your list and came from Isabella Fauria, who battled back after almost 2 years of not running to take 4th in the 800. Find a model or metric that compares guts, desire and heart and I think the results would be a bit different.

Anonymous said...

Fauria's 2:10 and 4th place finish was an impressive performance.

Anonymous said...

Good objective list. A nice mix of sprint/distance/field events adds to the credibility.

Albert Caruana said...

There are multiple scoring charts that can be used to compare different performances. They do not take into account state championships as those can be deceiving based on the competition. I will have the boys posted later today.

Garrett MacQuiddy said...

Colin Peattie, second in the 1600 at 4:09.99 as a Sophomore?

Albert Caruana said...

Impressive double for Peattie but the scoring tables just take into account the effort and not the age of the athlete.

Anonymous said...

Yes Fauria was indeed impressive, but this is an objective chart. Also Track is an objective sport, everything is based on objective marks. Read before commenting.

Albert Caruana said...

I went back and double checked all the marks and used the IAAF tables which is why you see some changes to the top 10 lists.

Anonymous said...

Colin Peattie is a sophomore but looks more mature than most 20 year olds. How old is he?

Ron Ernst said...

I believe Colin Peattie is actually 23 years old.

Dan T said...

I just went through the list of returning boys athletes for the state track meet and excluding field events, it's almost all Sac Joaquin Section Athletes:
100 & 200: Ryan Mulholland of Del Pro
400: 2nd fastest returner is Camden Wheeler of Monterey Trail
800: Chase Gordon of Jesuit
1,600 Matt Strangio of Jesuit
3,200 2nd fastest returner Matt Strangio of Jesuit
110HH: Jamar Marshall of St. Mary's
300 H: Jamar Marshall of St. Mary's

Obviously the top 10 is heavily skewed towards the Southern Section but there are other Northern California athletes show up in several of the events.
800: 2nd Garrett MacQuiddy 3rd: John Lester
1,600 Middleton-Pearson, Peattie, Garcia
3,200 Peattie, Topper, Vasquez.

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