Sunday, March 08, 2020

Northern California results 3/2 - 3/7

Some great performances this past week. What was the best?

Sacramento State High School Track Classic at Sac State

Dan Gabor Invitational at Amador Valley HS

Rustbuster Invitational at Monta Vista HS results (NEW)

Willow Glen Invitational (NEW)

Clayton Valley Ugly Eagles Invitational (NEW)

American River Beaver Relays (NEW)

Vallejo Relays (NEW)

William Taylor Track and Field Festival (NEW)

Santa Cruz Coast Relays (NEW)

Big Cat Results (NEW)

Sunset Invitational (NEW)

BCL West 1 at San Francisco City College

Gunn at Lynbrook


Rob Collins said...

I'm pretty impressed with these several results already in the Distances.

RustBuster Invite

Girls 800m:
Half Moon Bays Claire Yerby 2:15.38
Castilleja Samira Kennedy 2:15.56 (freshman)

Dan Gabor Invite:

Boys 800m:
Amador Valley John Lester 1:52.06 (Plus 5 Guys under 2:00)

Boys 1600m:
Amador Valley - Euan Houston 4:18.86
Amador Valley - Aiden mcCarthy 4:19.34
Vacaville - kellen Steplight 4:21.08 (Like his last name)(Plus a Sophomore)
Dublin - Ishaan Jain 4:22.57
Amador Valley - Jack Gray 4:25.09
Amador Valley - Jacob Lawrence 4:25.77

Boys 3200m:
Granada - Anthony Guerra 9:11.83

Girls 1600m:
Dougherty Valley - Sameen Andar 5:15.04
Dougherty Valley - Rhea Braganza 5:15.28
Dougherty Valley - Leah Abraham 5:15.75
Dougherty Valley - Ritika Singh 5:16.74

Girls 3200m:
Crystal Springs - Kaiya Brooks 11:08.78

Amador Valley Boys and Dougherty Valley Girls look legit!!

Dan T said...

Was part of the coverage of the Sacramento State Classic where the Elk Grove teams and athletes were ordered (by their school district) to leave immediately. My understanding is that this was based on one family self quaranteening in a district of 60,000 students. One of the craziest things I have seen in high school athletics. Stanford is closing its campus, having students take online courses and restricting capacity at their venues. Events like the Stanford Invitational are under risk of being cancelled and you have to wonder about an event like the Dublin Distance Festival and meets like Mt. Sac and Arcadia down the line that bring in thousands of athletes, coaches and fans from all over. Obviously the safety of the athletes is, and should remain, foremost, but there does not seem to be any consistent process for handling this.

Anonymous said...

The chances of the Stanford Invitational happening have got to be very slim. Not only is Stanford shut down now but Colleges all across the country have explicitly stated that no university affiliated travel is permitted to areas that have declared a state of emergency and Santa Clara county is specifically mentioned. If there are no colleges allowed to come then they will obviously cancel the meet. The numbers here aren't going down anytime soon- just look at the climb in Italy's cases in the past two weeks.

Albert Caruana said...

We survived Stanford dropping their XC meet and we will survive if they cancel their Track and Field Invitational.

Anonymous said...

But the Stanford Invite Merch is kinda saucy doe.

Anonymous said...

For some reason not shown on Milesplit, but some quick relays at Clayton Valley Relays. Impressive Solo Efforts as it was a relatively smaller invite. Some hitting what should be Arcadia Qualifying times

-De La Salle 4x200 1:32.97
- De La Salle 4x800 8:15.84
- Bishop O' Dowd 1600 SMR 3:38.26

Carondalet 4x100 50.14
Bishop O' Dowd 1600 SMR 4:21.81

Anonymous said...

Kind of under the radar, but in SJS, Placer is visiting Vista Del Lago on Wed (3/11/2020).

This will be a meeting of XC State D2 & D3 champs with Klos and Chamberlain battling in the 1600. This will Klos' first ever track meet and based on their XC success, they are the 2 leading contenders in the section for the 1600/3200.

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