The recent league realingnment process left Glendora adrift as the only SGV school in an otherwise IE Baseline League. The Tartan girls announced their presence today by winning the first cluster meet run over a tough three mile course at Glen Helen Park. Glendora tallied 39 points to beat CIF Div. I Rancho Cucamonga, . . . → Read More: Baseline: Glendora Girls Break Through
A record 40 schools took part in the 2011 SGV Championships, and meet records were set again, and again.
Meet records were set in 15 of the 32 Varsity events, and in 13 Frosh/Soph events, and this year’s marks take up roughly 40% of the new All Time Top 10 List. There were 25 performances that rank . . . → Read More: 2011 SGV Track and Field Championships!
Marissa Scott (c)
Bonita soph Marissa Scott continued her climb up the SoCal XC ladder with a win in the strongest DIII girls heat at Mt.SAC, running a strong 18:08. She was followed by equally strong efforts from soph Lexie Jackson (18:53) and frosh Mikayla Flores (19.10), who was still struggling with a lingering injury, and the team was third in a Bearcat record 97.06 – tops of all the SGV teams on the weekend.
In the other heats, Los Altos (102:46), led by Nicolette Garcia (19.59) were second in their DIII heat, while Bishop Amat senior Illiana Velazquez ran a big 19:24 PR to finish 6th in her heat.
Three local teams competed in the prestigious DIII Team Sweepstakes, with South Hills coming out the best with a 9th place, 98:24 finish. The Huskies were led by a number of strong runs, most notably 19:09 (and 1:36pr) effort from junior Alex Borunda and senior Vianca Holguin’s 19:13. St. Lucy’s (103:28) and Rosemead (103:46) were not at their best, finishing 15th and 16th in the field. The Regents were led by senior Taylor Hebb (19:34) while Kelly Luc (19.56) was the top Panther.
In a merge, in which only the times of the 15 ESGV are combined as if they were running in the same race, Bonita (43) just edged out South Hills (45) with Los Altos (104) third.
Complete meet results are here.
Local Top Ten and the Complete Scores of the merge after the jump Continue reading Mt.SAC Friday Girls: Marissa Wins & Bearcats with their Best
Marissa Scott (c)
Eight SGV schools, some with partial squads, scattered to four different meets Saturday, with the top local performances coming from Bonita on the flat and very fast 3 mile course at the Warren Stauffer Invite in South Gate. The Div. III ranked Bearcat girls were 2nd to California leaders Redondo Union, while the . . . → Read More: Others Week 4: Bonita Girls Rolls, Nobbs Breaks Through
The Rowland boys and Bonita girls pushed themselves to the front in today’s inaugural Hacienda League cluster meet, held in brutal heat at Bonelli Park in San Dimas over the new “Top Speed” 3 mile course. This new league brought together schools from three different leagues – the Los Altos boys and Bonita girls . . . → Read More: Hacienda #1 – Bonita & Rowland Win the First One
The first league meet of the season was Tuesday, with the newly constructed Sierra League racing over the 5000 meter (3.11 miles) course at Bonelli Park in San Dimas. Meanwhile, the Mission Valley League decided to postpone their first cluster meet until next Tuesday, October 5th.
The Claremont boys wasted no time in putting . . . → Read More: Sierra #1: Claremont Keeps Rolling – MVL Postponed
The Dana Hills Invite, run over a fast and slightly net down hill 3 mile course on the host campus. brings together some of the top XC teams in Southern California, and the young runners at Bonita proved they belonged, winning both the boys and girls Div. II Frosh Races.
The top performance came from . . . → Read More: Dana Hills: Young Runners Lead
West Covina and Azusa made the long drive up I-5 to the multi-state Stanford Invitational, a 5 K race run on the university’s golf course. West Covina Frosh Erica Loberg had the top local performance, running a very nice 20:17 in the heat of the day to finish 24th in the Div. I race.
Senior Kevin Gomez . . . → Read More: Stanford: Loberg was best
The numbers are in…
2010 (!) Athletes
2 State leading marks
15 California Top 30 marks
18 Varsity Meet Records
140 Additions to the SGV Top 10 Performers List (including twelve marks from the F/S competition!)
4237 tacos eaten (estimate)
Complete results are here: 2010 SGV Results. (F/S 1600′s still being worked on)
Host Glendora won the boys team title for the first time . . . → Read More: 2010 SGV T&F Championships Results
What a great day.
This was easily the strongest San Gabriel Valley Championships yet. The gathered athletes set a total of 29 meet records in the four divisions, as Arcadia swept to big wins in both varsity divisions and the Frosh/Soph boys while the Claremont nosed out West Covina for the F/S girls title.
You can view the . . . → Read More: 2009 Results