Arcadia Still Bosses the Girls After Week 7

Arcadia, Ayala & Walnut remain solidly atop this week’s SGV Girls Team Rankings.  The biggest mover was California, led by soph Lauren Anderson‘s 120-09 school record in the discus in the La Serna Dual Meet

Sydney Mosley anchoring the relay at Arcadia
Sydney Mosley anchoring the relay at Arcadia

At the massive national Arcadia Invitational, Monrovia senior Sydney Mosley led the SGV performers with her 13.85/3rd in the 100m hurdles.  She is now ranked 4th All-Time among San Gabriel Valley athletes, and this was one of eight All-Time SGV performances at this big, big, meet.

The South Pasadena Tiger Invitational serves as a companion meet for Arcadia.  Fourteen SGV teams took part, and both local wins came from the hosts.  Junior Alexis Mora and senior Rowan Leddy took 300m Hurdles (46.68) and Pole Vault (10-00), respectively.

Following the growing trend of distance only “track meets” seven partial SGV “teams” made the trip to the Irvine Distance Carnival.   California senior Stephanie Cortez set a school record with a 5:08.49/2nd finish in the 1600.

SGV Girls Team Rankings – Through April 11

  1. 147 – Arcadia (1 last week)
  2. 129 – Ayala (2)
  3. 122 – Walnut (3)
  4. 112 – Claremont (4)
  5. 105 – Monrovia (5)
  6. 97 – California (9)
  7. 96 – Glendora (6)
  8. 90 – St. Lucy’s (8)
  9. 87 - El Rancho (10)
  10. 84 – Bonita (7)
  11. 83 – South Pasadena (11)
  12. 78 – Flintridge Sacred Heart (14)
  13. 71 – Bishop Amat (12)
  14. 68 - La Salle (13)
  15. 51 – Rosemead (15)
  16. 49 – Covina (16)
  17. 47 – San Dimas (17)
  18. 40 – Mayfield (18)
  19. 39 – Gabrielino (NR)
  20. 36 - La Mirada (19)

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These rankings are based on the current SGV Performance List.  Points are awarded for up to three athletes in each event, with 5 points going to athletes ranked 1-9, 4 pts to 10-18, 3 to 19-27, 2 to 28-36 & 1 to 37 to 45.  Relays are 7 points to ranks 1-9, 5 to 10-18 & 3 to 19-27.

Almost all invitational meets are uploaded into the database.  It is up to individual schools to upload dual meet results, and most do not.

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