Sunday, April 18, 2021

NorCal Track and Field Results

DAL Distance Meet: 1600m Festival; Distance Medley Relay

WBAL 1 Results

St Mary's Berkeley, Acalanes, Miramonte, Las Lomas and Monte Vista results

Serra vs SI and Christopher results

Los Gatos vs Palo Alto results


Anonymous said...

Results from smb, miramonte,Accalanes, las Lomas, and Monte Vista

Dan T said...

Was fortunate enough to catch wind of the DAL Distance meet at Campolindo this past Saturday. The meet was well run and a great chance for the distance kids to compete against others at their level. With that said, I was really looking forward to the elite Distance Medley Relays that were set to close the meet. Having followed cross country for years, I knew that Bellarmine, Jesuit and Amador Valley were bringing their A teams to take a run at a good time against a really competitive field. There were 6 or 7 D1 committed athletes (that I am aware of) in the boys DMR alone and it didn't disappoint. Jesuit crossed first, powered by a sensational 1,600 by Ajani Salcido in a US best 10:07.25, followed closely by Bellarmine in 10:12.66 and Amador Valley 10:25.58

In the girl's race, UCLA commit Audrey Allen anchored Miramonte to a 12:28.02 win over Monte Vista (12:36.49). These were the 2nd and 3rd fastest times for girls in the state this year.

Anonymous said...

Coach Ozzie posted all the videos from Campo. Unfortunately, he focused on his team in the DMR instead of the front, but he does go to the front sometimes. Amador didn't have a team in the girls so he got the leaders on that one. Link to videos-

Did Coach Lange get video of the boys' DMR?

Albert Caruana said...

I am sure Walt will have videos up soon from the meet.

Dan T said...

I believe the camera crapped out on Coach Lange. I had a video camera on a tripod that was at the finish line. I clicked record whenever the leaders went by and took a bunch of pictures that are up on Not the press box full track view, but I figured better than nothing. Here is a link, I don't believe it is behind a paywall.

John Maloney said...

A magical night at Campolindo
Here is a link to the race from a Bellarmine spectator which captured the Jesuit runners throughout the race. I recommend watching it with the volume cranked up to pay homage to what I speculate is the motivational musical influence of Andy Lindquist.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the Boy's 3,200 Sombrero heat has a few guys who could make a run at sub 9:00. I would probably put Jesuit's Ajani Salcido as the favorite, since he is not doubling. The Bellarmine trio of Nolan Topper, Colin Peattie and Galen Topper will be running the 3,200 after running the sombrero heat of the 1,600 which I think gives Salcido a slight edge. Others that could make a run at a podium spot include Salcido's teammates Braden King and Michael Chambers as well as Bella Vista's Sean Lacey. With many of the athletes having a long gap in between competition, there could definitely be some sleepers.

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