Friday, October 20, 2017

Track News October 20, 2017

October 20, 2017


cif state cross country meet
Daily update October 20, 2017


NEWS

2017 Brooks Mt. SAC D1/D2 Sweepstakes Preview
This year, the Brooks Mt. SAC XC Invitational is looking to be as big and as fast as ... This year he's already won four meets including the Laguna Hills ... at the D1 girls CIF state cross country championships and 10th in the D1-D2 ...
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Visualizing Victory: Dana Hills' Jack Landgraf Building Toward Special XC Season
... tactic was before last weekend's Orange County Championships. ... last three CIF-SS and CIF State Division 1 Cross Country Championship meets.
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Mens Results

2 Miles Junior Varsity

1.12Axel Aguilar
11:50.9Liberty
2.9Nic Lewis
12:11.0Liberty
3.11Jason Scruggs
12:15.4Liberty
4.9Austin Niedziejko
12:21.3Liberty
5.9Brody Moreno-McClure
12:24.5Liberty
6.9Curtis Reichardt
12:28.7Liberty
7.9Clayton Yi
12:30.3Heritage (Brentwood)
8.9Max Ortega
12:30.9Liberty
9.10Seth Pedersen
12:37.6Heritage (Brentwood)
10.12Tyler DuMond
12:51.6Liberty
11.9Mateo Pena
12:56.8Heritage (Brentwood)
12.9Mitchell Aaron
12:57.1Heritage (Brentwood)
13.9Ryan Rodriguez
13:03.0Heritage (Brentwood)
14.10Ethan Smithers
13:07.3Liberty
15.9Colby Calabrese
13:08.8Liberty
16.11Joshua Serrano
13:21.9Heritage (Brentwood)
17.11Tai Calligan
13:22.4Heritage (Brentwood)
18.11Noah Kroner
13:26.2Liberty
19.10TJ Buchanan
13:26.9Liberty
20.12Caleb McDonough
13:31.6Liberty
21.9Josh Cattolico
13:35.0Heritage (Brentwood)
22.9Ethan Wilson
13:36.8Liberty
23.10Viktor Ochoa Aragon
13:39.4Heritage (Brentwood)
24.9Jamison Faulkner
13:39.9Heritage (Brentwood)
25.9Elijah Lopez
13:42.0Heritage (Brentwood)
26.9Tyler Healy
13:50.3Liberty
27.10Miles Oria
13:59.2Heritage (Brentwood)
28.9Ethan Lei
14:21.7Liberty
29.9Brian Harrigan
14:24.4Liberty
30.9Zachary Mcwilliams
14:33.8Liberty
31.9Aidan Lindell
14:37.1Liberty
32.9Brock Ferrer
14:44.5Liberty
33.9Adil Scott
14:48.1Liberty
34.12Lyzel Henriquez
15:59.4Liberty
35.9Pedro Gonzalez
17:28.6Liberty
36.10Nicholas Vo
17:36.9Heritage (Brentwood)
37.9Aidan Walton
19:36.2Heritage (Brentwood)
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3 Miles Varsity

1.11Maxwell Waechter
16:42.8Heritage (Brentwood)
2.12Benjamin Smith
16:56.8Liberty
3.12Marcus Dawal
17:30.9Heritage (Brentwood)
4.12Dane Winding
17:32.5Heritage (Brentwood)
5.11Braden Penner
17:37.4Heritage (Brentwood)
6.11Nathan Dumas
17:44.5Liberty
7.9Calvin Richey
17:45.2Heritage (Brentwood)
8.9Keene Sample
17:47.6Liberty
9.12Dominic Zuniga
17:51.6Liberty
10.10Alex Bergqvist
17:53.1Liberty
11.9Bobby Foreman
17:56.7Heritage (Brentwood)
12.9Long Nguyen
18:06.4Liberty
13.10Anthony Portillo
18:22.7Liberty
14.9Kyle Stoffregen
18:32.9Liberty
15.10Gabe Preciado
18:57.0Heritage (Brentwood)
16.10Josh Kirkpatrick
18:59.3Heritage (Brentwood)
17.12Zak Rubio
19:00.5Heritage (Brentwood)
18.11Tim Oswald
19:00.8Heritage (Brentwood)
19.10Vincent Galbraith
19:37.6Liberty
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Womens Results

Freedom High School - CA Hy-Tek's MEET MANAGER 5:55 PM 10/18/2017 Page 1
BVAL XC Dual Pittsburg Freedom - 10/18/2017
Freedom High School
Results
Girls 2 Mile Run CC JV Girls
Name Yr School Finals
Results - Women
1 #615 Swain, Leah 9 Pittsburg 15:15.15 1
2 #617 Vasquez, Juliet 9 Pittsburg 16:18.92 2
3 #312 Santos, Michaela 9 Freedom 16:24.54 3
4 #609 Lomeli, Denise 9 Pittsburg 17:13.99 4
5 #616 Trias, Alyssa 11 Pittsburg 17:19.86 5
6 #303 Diaz, Sulema 9 Freedom 17:32.46 6
7 #600 Alarcon, Cynthia 10 Pittsburg 18:13.64 7
8 #315 Wortham, Marisol 11 Freedom 18:52.99 8
9 #603 Erickson, Mirracle 10 Pittsburg 19:17.94 9
10 #605 Guzman, Evelin 11 Pittsburg 19:33.59 10
11 #306 Lucido, Anna 10 Freedom 20:10.54 11
12 #304 Hirt, Jenna 9 Freedom 20:55.27 12
13 #613 Salazar, Jaqueline 9 Pittsburg 21:03.24 13
14 #610 Perez, Kelsey 9 Pittsburg 21:06.25 14
Women 5k Run CC Varsity Girls
Name Yr School Finals
Results - Women
1 #301 Cortero, Jiana 11 Freedom 21:01.34 1
2 #311 Rogers, Samantha 9 Freedom 22:09.59 2
3 #305 Kwasny, Nicole 12 Freedom 22:11.28 3
4 #300 Boyle, Jessica 10 Freedom 22:13.78 4
5 #309 Pinkerton, Rebecca 11 Freedom 22:16.34 5
6 #302 De La Rosa, Jessica 10 Freedom 22:40.72 6
7 #612 Ruiz, Karen 9 Pittsburg 22:50.25 7
8 #604 Flores, Yessenia 11 Pittsburg 23:09.25 8
9 #614 Silva, Evelyn 10 Pittsburg 23:41.58 9
10 #602 Dominguez, Corina 9 Pittsburg 23:49.91 10
11 #611 Rosales Benitez, Lizbeth 12 Pittsburg 24:32.44 11
12 #314 Valdez, Rebecca 12 Freedom 24:37.18 12
13 #606 Hanners, Jessica-Mae 12 Pittsburg 24:43.78 13
14 #308 Onstott, Nicole 12 Freedom 25:02.88 14
15 #608 Johnson, Sarah 12 Pittsburg 25:24.78 15
16 #307 Lucido, Kathryn 11 Freedom 27:43.03 16
17 #310 Rivera, Eleanna 11 Freedom 28:16.82 17
Boys 2 Mile Run CC JV Boys
Name Yr School Finals
Results - Men
1 #640 Vela, Sergio 11 Pittsburg 12:24.89 1
2 #627 Hemmick, Daemien 10 Pittsburg 12:26.04 2
3 #619 Avalos, Abel 9 Pittsburg 13:22.45 3
4 #633 Owens-Aviles, Isaiah 11 Pittsburg 13:26.45 4
5 #621 Cecilio, Jerimiah 12 Pittsburg 13:44.29 5
6 #630 Martinez, Joel 10 Pittsburg 13:47.09 6
7 #629 Johnson, Waylon 10 Pittsburg 14:06.74 7
8 #624 Darrin-Bascomb, David 9 Pittsburg 14:07.69 8
9 #331 Wirfel, Kyle 9 Freedom 14:08.10 9
10 #329 Taylor, Benjamin 10 Freedom 14:27.08 10
11 #636 Ruiz, Jahiro 9 Pittsburg 15:56.31 11
12 #322 Heuer, Hunter 11 Freedom 16:10.79 12
13 #316 Agustin, Cid 10 Freedom 16:30.22 13
14 #626 Garcia, Oskar 12 Pittsburg 16:38.78 14
15 #618 Alberto, Humberto 12 Pittsburg 18:26.36 15
16 #321 Espinoza, Nicholas 11 Freedom 18:38.79 16
17 #328 Solana, Louis 9 Freedom 19:04.90 17
Men 5k Run CC Varisty Boys
Name Yr School Finals
Results - Men
1 #634 Paz, Raul 11 Pittsburg 17:48.59 1
2 #632 McNamar, Logan 12 Pittsburg 17:49.74 2
3 #318 Berschens, Kyle 11 Freedom 18:04.50 3
4 #635 Rizo, Ivan 12 Pittsburg 18:45.14 4
5 #324 Langendorff, Ethan 11 Freedom 18:45.78 5
6 #323 Kriston, Joesiah 9 Freedom 18:48.10 6
7 #639 Topete, Joel 10 Pittsburg 18:57.81 7
8 #623 Cruz, Antonio 11 Pittsburg 19:11.42 8
9 #326 Raymundo, Nick 12 Freedom 20:30.19 9
10 #325 Murphy, Joseph 10 Freedom 20:31.37 10
11 #320 Carlos, Edgardo 11 Freedom 20:34.24 11
12 #330 Van Dyke, Joseph 10 Freedom 20:51.12 12
13 #319 Caballero III, Jose 10 Freedom 21:08.49 13

Thursday, October 19, 2017


2017 NCAA DIII Women’s Cross Country National Coaches’ Poll – Week 6

NEW ORLEANS – The biggest weekend of the regular season came and went and left a wake of change in the NCAA Division III Women’s Cross Country National Coaches’ Poll.
The newest index was released Wednesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) and only two teams remained in place from the previous installment.

NCAA Division III National Coaches’ Poll Top 5 – Women

1)Syracuse) 2)Syracuse) 3)Syracuse) 4)Syracuse) t5)Colorado t5)Colorado
Johns Hopkins MIT SUNY Geneseo Williams Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Wheaton (Ill.)
For starters, Johns Hopkins and MIT waged an epic battle over the 6K tract at the Principia Cross Country Course and that’s why they’re No. 1 and No. 2 in Week 6. The Blue Jays won the team title at the de facto Pre-National Invitational with 74 points, barely beating out the Engineers (76). Johns Hopkins proved to all of the voters why it deserved to be No. 1, while MIT showed itself to be a worthy challenger to the throne.
SUNY Geneseo and Williams inched closer to the top, as they’re ranked third and fourth, respectively. The Knights took third in Elsah, Illinois, while the Ephs easily dispatched both Amherst and Wesleyan at the Little 3 Championships.
Wheaton (Ill.) made one of the biggest jumps of the week as it went from No. 22 to a tie at No. 5 with Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. The Thunder finished a surprising fourth at the Pre-National Invitational and toppled a number of teams that were ranked higher than it in Week 5. Wheaton (Ill.) packed up well behind its No. 1 (Hannah Roeske, 14th) and earns its highest ranking in program history by a long shot.
Notice how we said "one of the biggest jumps?” That’s because Trinity (Texas) soared 21 spots from No. 31 to No. 10. The Tigers finished sixth in the Pre-National Invitational with 188 points, just three points out of fifth (185) and seven out of fourth (178). Trinity (Texas) received strong efforts from Laura Taylor (12th) and Haley McFadden (16th). This is the first time since 2013 that the Tigers have been ranked in the top-10.
Otterbein comes in at No. 11 following a win at the Inter-Regional Border Battle. The Cardinals scored 98 points (3-6-20-35-35) and beat a split squad from top-ranked Johns Hopkins and full squads from former No. 8 Dickinson and former No. 30 Haverford. This is the best ranking in program history for Otterbein.
Overall there were five teams that either returned to the poll or made their first appearance: No. 25 Oberlin, No. 31 WPI, No. 33 St. Thomas (Minn.), No. 34 Case Western Reserve and No. 35 UW-River Falls. This is the first time in program history that both UW-River Falls and WPI have been ranked in the top-35.
There will only be two more National Coaches’ Polls released this season: November 1 and November 14. The former will be after the conclusion of conference championships and the latter right before the 2017 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships.
NCAA Division III
Women's Cross Country National Coaches' Poll

2017 Week 6 - October 18th

RANK   TEAM & INFO PTS CHANGE
1 johns-hopkins JOHNS HOPKINS
Mideast Region (1)
Centennial
Bobby Van Allen (19th)
280
(8 fpv)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 mit MIT
New England Region (1)
NEWMAC
Halston Taylor (11th)
272 ▲ 1
(LW: 3)
3 suny-geneseo SUNY GENESEO
Atlantic Region (1)
SUNYAC
Dan Moore (3rd)
261 ▲ 1
(LW: 4)
4 williams WILLIAMS
New England Region (2)
NESCAC
Pete Farwell (18th)
257 ▲ 1
(LW: 5)
5 wheaton-ill WHEATON (ILL.)
Midwest Region (1)
CCIW
David Walford (3rd)
242 ▲ 17
(LW: 22)
5 claremont-mudd-scripps CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS
West Region (1)
SCIAC
John Goldhammer (34th)
242 ▲ 2
(LW: 7)
7 washington-mo WASHINGTON (MO.)
Midwest Region (2)
UAA
Jeff Stiles (17th)
227 ▼ 5
(LW: 2)
8 middlebury MIDDLEBURY
New England Region (3)
NESCAC
Nicole Wilkerson (7th)
214 ▲ 1
(LW: 9)
9 carleton CARLETON
Central Region (1)
MIAC
Donna Ricks (25th)
212 ▲ 2
(LW: 11)
10 trinity-texas TRINITY (TEXAS)
South/Southeast Region (1)
SCAC
Emily Daum (4th)
207 ▲ 21
(LW: 31)
11 otterbein OTTERBEIN
Great Lakes Region (1)
OAC
Dara Ford (4th)
199 ▲ 13
(LW: 24)
12 uw-la-crosse UW-LA CROSSE
Midwest Region (3)
WIAC
Derek Stanley (6th)
198 ▲ 1
(LW: 13)
13 st-olaf ST. OLAF
Central Region (2)
MIAC
Chris Daymont (37th)
182 ▲ 5
(LW: 18)
14 bates BATES
New England Region (4)
NESCAC
Jay Hartshorn (13th)
171 ◀▶
(LW: 14)
15 chicago CHICAGO
Midwest Region (4)
UAA
Chris Hall (17th)
158 ▼ 9
(LW: 6)
16 dickinson DICKINSON
Mideast Region (2)
Centennial
Don Nichter (28th)
155 ▼ 8
(LW: 8)
17 tufts TUFTS
New England Region (5)
NESCAC
Kristen Morwick (18th)
154 ▼ 1
(LW: 16)
18 hope HOPE
Great Lakes Region (2)
Michigan Intercollegiate
Mark Northuis (30th)
150 ▼ 6
(LW: 12)
19 uw-eau-claire UW-EAU CLAIRE
Midwest Region (5)
WIAC
Dan Schwamberger (11th)
137 ▼ 9
(LW: 10)
20 tcnj TCNJ
Atlantic Region (2)
NJAC
Justin Lindsey (5th)
133 ▲ 3
(LW: 23)
21 whitworth WHITWORTH
West Region (2)
Northwest Conference
Toby Schwarz (22nd)
119 ▼ 2
(LW: 19)
22 elizabethtown ELIZABETHTOWN
Mideast Region (3)
Landmark
Brian Falk (10th)
112 ▼ 2
(LW: 20)
23 rpi RPI
Atlantic Region (3)
Liberty League
John Lynch (7th)
97 ▼ 6
(LW: 17)
24 haverford HAVERFORD
Mideast Region (4)
Centennial
Fran Rizzo (27th)
88 ▲ 6
(LW: 30)
25 oberlin OBERLIN
Great Lakes Region (3)
NCAC
Ray Appenheimer (12th)
82 NR
25 st-lawrence ST. LAWRENCE
Atlantic Region (4)
Liberty League
Kate Curran (2nd)
82 ▲ 1
(LW: 26)
27 ithaca ITHACA
Atlantic Region (5)
Liberty League
Erin Dinan (6th)
75 ▲ 2
(LW: 29)
28 nebraska-wesleyan NEBRASKA WESLEYAN
Central Region (3)
IIAC
Ted Bulling (23rd)
67 ▲ 5
(LW: 33)
29 emory EMORY
South/Southeast Region (2)
UAA
John Curtin (33rd)
66 ▼ 8
(LW: 21)
30 linfield LINFIELD
West Region (3)
Northwest Conference
Mike Blackmore (2nd)
52 ▼ 3
(LW: 27)
31 wpi WPI
New England Region (6)
NEWMAC
Brian Chabot (10th)
43 NR
32 occidental OCCIDENTAL
West Region (4)
SCIAC
Robert Bartlett (13th)
25 ▲ 2
(LW: 34)
33 st-thomas-minn ST. THOMAS (MINN.)
Central Region (4)
MIAC
Joe Sweeney (38th)
21 NR
34 case-western-reserve CASE WESTERN RESERVE
Great Lakes Region (4)
UAA
Kathy Lanese (20th)
20 NR
35 uw-river-falls UW-RIVER FALLS
Midwest Region (6)
WIAC
Danielle Douglas (3rd)
19
(LW: RV)
Also Receiving Votes: Amherst 8, Wartburg 7, Carnegie Mellon 5, Lynchburg 1
Dropped Out: No. 15 Calvin, No. 25 Wartburg, No. 28 Kenyon, No. 32 UW-Stevens Point, No. 35 Brandeis

USTFCCCA 2017 NCAA Division III Cross Country
Rankings & Polls Calendar

Weeks Region RankingsNational Coaches' Poll KEY DATES
PreseasonTue 8/29
MEN | WOMEN
Wed 8/30
MEN | WOMEN
Sep. 1: Earliest Contest
Week 1Tue 9/12
MEN | WOMEN
Wed 9/13
MEN | WOMEN

Week 2Tue 9/19
MEN | WOMEN
Wed 9/20
MEN | WOMEN
Sep. 23: 'Late-Season' begins
Week 3Tue 9/26
MEN | WOMEN
Wed 9/27
MEN | WOMEN

Week 4Tue 10/3
MEN | WOMEN
Wed 10/4
MEN | WOMEN

Week 5Tue 10/10
MEN | WOMEN
Wed 10/11
MEN | WOMEN

Week 6Tue 10/17
MEN | WOMEN
Wed 10/18
MEN | WOMEN
Oct. 28-29: Conference Champs
Week 7Tue 10/31Wed 11/1Nov. 11: NCAA Regionals
Week 8
Tue 11/14Nov. 18: NCAA Champs
FINAL ResultsSat 11/11Sat 11/18
Week-by-Week Ranking PDFs
NATIONAL:
2017 | All-Time
REGIONAL: 2017 | All-Time