Arcadia Girls Lead New Twenty Deep Team Rankings

Arcadia Girls Relays!
Arcadia Girls Relays!

This week’s SGV Girls Team Rankings are unchanged at the top, but we’ve decided to extend them to twenty deep!

Leaders Arcadia competed in Oxnard’s Spartan Relayswinning all of the short relays, with their 4×100 breaking their school record & both of their 4×400 teams finishing under 4:00

Five SGV teams competed in the big Trabuco Hills Invitationalled by a great double from Walnut junior Kayla Richardson, first in the 400 and second in the 200 against a very strong field.

The local Covina Invitational always has strong local representation, with San Dimas finishing third in the team race.  San Dimas soph Trinity Ruelas was the top local with a strenuous and successful triple, with wins in the 1600 & 3200 and a second in the 800.

SGV Girls Team Rankings – Through April 4

  1. 152 – Arcadia
  2. 137 – Ayala
  3. 132 – Walnut
  4. 111 – Claremont
  5. 101 – Monrovia
  6. 95 – Glendora
  7. 88 – Bonita
  8. 87 – St. Lucy’s
  9. 83 – California
  10. 83 – El Rancho
  11. 77 – South Pasadena
  12. 76 – Bishop Amat
  13. 73 – La Salle
  14. 58 – Flintridge Sacred Heart
  15. 57 – Rosemead
  16. 54 – Covina
  17. 54 – San Dimas
  18. 48 – Mayfield
  19. 41 – La Mirada
  20. 36 – South Hills


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.

Walnut Edges Damien in First Team Ranking for 2015

As with the girls, the Boys begin the 2015 with the same teams near the top.

We’ve changed our method of ranking teams for 2015, giving more emphasis to overall depth and strength.  (You can read about the details on the post for the girls rankings below).

Walnut HorseWalnut and Damien are strong and complete teams, with Championship level athletes in most events and the ability to score in every event in a dual meet, That strength is shown in the first team rankings where they are separated by just one point!

D3 power Covina is another all-around team that has jumped up to third, followed by distance-heavy SGV newcomers Ayala. Special honor to Claremont and Rowland who have made huge progress in the new season. And so here’s this years first list…

  1. 146 – Walnut (Ranked 1st in 2014)
  2. 145 – Damien (2nd)
  3. 133 – Covina (5th)
  4. 113 – Ayala (4th)
  5. 98 – Monrovia (6th)
  6. 97 – Claremont (18th!)
  7. 91 – Bonita (9th)
  8. 76 – Arcadia (3rd)
  9. 75 – Rowland (26th!)
  10. 73 – California (4th)

Arcadia Girls Lead Initial Team Rankings for 2015

So we’re back with another round of team rankings for the new season – with a new twist.

Last season’s rankings awarded a point for each athlete or relay ranked in the Top 10 in the San Gabriel Valley.  Upon reflection, those rankings more or less paralleled championship meet rankings, and we already have a meet to figure that out.

This year’s rankings will use overall team quality and depth to determine likely dual meet strength.  And so, here they are…

Girls 2015 SGV Team Rankings

ArcadiaApachesArcadia begins 2015 where they ended last year. As usual, they are a strong team, with the ability to score in every event, and are especially strong in the sprints this year.  SGV newcomers Ayala are second, with special strength in the distances and field events.

Last year’s runner up Walnut, another well-balanced team, is off to a bit of a slow start with several top athletes yet to check in.  They are third, but the real noise so far have been Bonita and El Rancho, who have made big moves from last year’s rankings. So…

  1. 167 – Arcadia (1st in 2014)
  2. 147 – Ayala (new to the SGV)
  3. 140 – Walnut (2nd)
  4. 128 – Claremont (6th)
  5. 107 – Monrovia (7th)
  6. 102 – Glendora (3rd)
  7. 80 – Bonita (10th)
  8. 79 – El Rancho (NR)
  9. 79 – South Pasadena (4th)
  10. 77 – St. Lucy’s (11th)

Notes on the ranking after the jump

Continue reading Arcadia Girls Lead Initial Team Rankings for 2015

SGV 2014 – By the Numbers

And that’s a wrap.

When Monrovia senior Cravon Gillespie crossed the line, second!, at the California State Championships, the 2014 season ended for the athletes of the San Gabriel Valley.  And it was an extraordinary year.

Cravon ran a wind aided 10.45, after his wind legal 10.54 in the prelims, and he now ranks 10th All-Time among San Gabriel Valley performers.  Earlier, he combined with Aubrey Mosley, Octavious Spencer and Seth Raines to finish third the 4×100 relay in 41.45 – a Monrovia school record.

Tierra Adams (Muir) finished her HS career with a 7th place/43-09 effort in the shot – her best in recent weeks.  She ends up 2nd AT SGV with her 48-10.25 throw at the Pacific League Finals.

And so here is how the season went, by the numbers

One – SGV Record Set: Claire Kieffer-Wright (Sr-South Pasadena) equalled her own record with a 6-00 jump at the Arcadia Invite

Two - Boys San Gabriel Valley Top Ten All-Time Performers

  • 100m – Cravon Gillespie (Sr-Monrovia) #10/10.54
  • 3200m – Esteban De La Rosa (Sr-Arcadia) #9/8:56.55

Three – State Finalists

Six - Girls San Gabriel Valley Top Ten All-Time Performers

  • 800m – Annie Boos (Fr-Claremont) #4/2:11.64, Susie Garza (Sr-Baldwin Park) #7/2:12.98
  • 1600m – Veronica Yamane (Sr-Arcadia) #8/4:54.13
  • 100m Hurdles – Sydney Mosley (Jr-Monrovia) #6/13.88
  • 4x100m Relay – Walnut #8/46.83
  • Shot – Tierra Adams (Sr-Muir) #2/48-10.25

Six – CIF Divisional Champions

  • Div. I 1600m – Estevan De La Rosa (Sr – Arcadia) – 4:11.00 (#1 SGV 2014, #11 All-Time)
  • Div. III 4×100 Relay – Monrovia Girls – 47:23 (#1 SGV ’14, #12 AT)
  • Div. IV 800m – Alan Yoho (Sr-Flintridge Prep) – 1:56.27 (#9 SGV ’14)
  • Div. IV 1600m – Ruben Dominguez (Sr-Don Bosco Tech) – 4:13.92 (#3 SGV ’14, #21 AT)
  • Div. IV Shot – Tierra Adams (Sr-Muir) – 42-04 (Her seasonal best 48-10.25 was #1 SGV ’14, #2 AT)
  • Div. IV Pole Vault – Gareth Weiss - 14-09 (His seasonal best of 15-02 was #1 SGV ’14, #=18 AT)

Seven - Top 50 All-Time Performers in the Boys 1600m – most of any event in 2014.  Best was De La Rosa at 4:11.00.

Seven - Varsity Meet Records were set at the 2014 SGV Championships.

Nine – State Qualifiers

Sixteen - Top 50 All-Time Performers in all of the Boys Events.

Sixty-Four - Top 50 All-Time Performers in all of the Girls Events.

California State Meet – SGV Preview

We’re just over 48 hours away from the end of the 2014 track season.  While the vast majority of our area athletes have finished their seasons, and many have finished high school, seven individuals and two relays will compete tomorrow in the California State Championships in Fresno.   This is the toughest high school meet in the country.  We are not only the biggest state, we are also one of the few that only have one division in the State Meet!  Read about it here: PrepCalTrack Preview, Dyestatcal Preview  Live results will be here.

Cravon Gillespie
Cravon Gillespie

First off will be the Walnut girls 4×100 - with a seasonal best of 46.83 (8th best All-Time among SGV schools) they are likely medalists, and they don’t have a senior in the group.  The Monrovia boys 4×100 are next.  They’re run under 42.00 twice (41.72 best) so they are also likely finalists and medalists.  The Cats feature senior Cravon Gillespie who will also compete in the 100m.  He’s run 10.67w twice (10.77 legal) and he’ll likely need a PR to advance.

The SGV will be well represented in the 1600 by two Arcadia teammates.  Senior Veronica Yamane brings a 4:54.13 best (8th AT SGV) and super soph Philip Rocha checks in at 4:11.56 – both should advance.

Sydney Mosley (Jr – Monrovia) will contest the very deep 100 hurdles.  Matching her best of 13.88 (6th AT SGV) will advance, but she’s six weeks away from that mark.

In the field events, Tierra Adams (Sr, Muir) best will likely earn a medal.  She dropped a 48-10.25 bomb (2nd AT SGV) at the Pacific League meet, but has been more than six feet short of that mark at each of the three CIF rounds.

The Weiss twins from Flintridge Prep, Barrett and Gareth, both PR’d at Masters with 15-02 jumps.  They will probably need at least one more bar to advance to Saturday.

UPDATE: We picked the right photo!  Cravon led the Wildcats to a spot in the Final in the 4×100 with a 41.75 effort.  That’s the 6th best mark from the Prelims but this is volitile event, so Monrovia can finish anywhere from 1st to 9th!

A few hours later Gillespie ran a really well executed 100m, especially during the max speed and maintenance phases, and dropped a big 10.54 PR.  That was the third best time among the qualifiers, and ranks him 10th AT SGV.

Tierra Adams was the other SGV athlete to advance to the Finals, nabbing the final spot in the shot with a 42-03 effort.  If she can recover her earlier form, she can take home a medal!


Final Team Standings: Walnut & Arcadia are Best

We’re getting caught up, and so we’re back to our team rankings.  These rankings are based on results through the League Finals meets, with one point awarded for each place in the San Gabriel Valley Top 10.  (Note, the link reflects all marks achieved up to the moment, so as of this writing, it includes marks from CIF Prelims)

ArcadiaApachesOn the girls side, Arcadia just maintained the top spot in the rankings over Walnut.  Both teams were solid all year in most events – the Apaches ranked in 12 events and the Mustangs in 11 – and both had strong League Meets.   The narrowing of the gap at the top was not from the Apaches going backwards but from South Pasadena and California having particularly strong League Meets.  Arcadia was led by Veronica Yamane (ranked 800, 1600, & 3200), Kyra White (200, 400 & Relays) Sarah Troescher (100, 200 & Relays) and Kelly Dopke (HJ & TJ)

Walnut HorseThe Walnut boys had a particularly strong League Meet and surged to a relatively large gap over Damien, recovering the top spot that the Spartans had held mid-season.  West Covina and Los Altos also had excellent Finals meets, jumping into the Top 10 for the first time.  Walnut was led individually by Millen Trujillo (800, 1600, & 3200) Paulo Camacho (both hurdles) and Kyle King (HJ & LJ).

Tune back in this Fall when we’ll resume coverage of SGV Cross Country, and again in the Spring, where we will carry our team rankings through the whole season.


  • 14.5 – Arcadia (Last Week: 1st/17 pts)
  • 14.3 – Walnut (2nd/14.0)
  • 12.0 – Monrovia (3rd/11.5)
  • 12.5 – South Pasadena (5th/10.0)
  • 11.0 – Glendora (4th/10.5)
  • 8.0 –  La Salle (6th/8.0)
  • 8.0 –  Bishop Amat (=7th/7.0)
  • 6.5 –  Claremont (=10th/4)
  • 6.0 –  John Muir (=7th/7.0)
  • 6.0 –  California (NR)

Santa Fe, Flintridge Sacred Heart & Bonita fell out of the Top 10.


  • 16.5 – Walnut (Last Week: 1st/14.0 pts.)
  • 13.4 – Damien (2nd/13.0)
  • 12.5 – Arcadia (4th/11.1)
  • 9.2 – Monrovia (5th/9.3)
  • 8.2 – California (3rd/12.3)
  • 7.5 – Santa Fe (6th/8.8)
  • 7.4 – St. Francis (7th/7.0)
  • 6.0 – West Covina (NR)
  • 6.0 – Los Altos (NR)
  • 5.0 – Flintridge Prep (=10/5.0)
  • 5.0 – Muir (NR)

Covina, Glendora & Maranatha fell from the Top 10.

2014 San Gabriel Valley Championships


The ninth edition of this meet took place for the first time at San Dimas High School on a blustery day.  Thirty-nine schools competed for the SGV title on a day of strong competition that saw seven Varsity meet records and 55 Top-Ten performances.

The Athletes of the Meet were Pomona senior Britney Mitchell and Damien junior Thaddeus Smith.  Britney had solid wins in both hurdle races, and her 44.71 in the 300 hurdles took down a record held by 2012 Olympian Cori Carter of Claremont.  Thaddeus went home with four first place medals, with wins in the 100m (11.04) and 200m (22.19) – both into negative winds), and first in both relays, with a 42.87 meet record in the 4×100.

Arcadia were the strongest team performers, easily winning the Girls Varsity and Boys Frosh/Soph titles, and edging Glendora in the Girls Frosh/Soph division.  The Apache Varsity were led by a meet record in the 4×100 (47.93) and 4×400 (3:53.37), along with wins from Veronica Yamane in the 1600 (5:02.46, #2 All-Time in this meet) and Kyra White who defended her title in the 20om (25.74 into a -3.5 wind).

Girls Varsity records were set by Susie Garza (Sr, Baldwin Park) with a dominating 2:17.61 in the 800m, and Britney Mitchell. India Hines (Jr, La Salle) was also under the old 300 hurdles record, just .03 behind Britney in one of the best races of the day.  Claire Kieffer-Wright (Sr, South Pasadena) also turned in a strong day with wins in the high jump (5’10”) and 400m (57.86) just off the meet record.  The girls 400m was probably the strongest event, with five finishers ranking in the meet’s All-Time Top Ten.

Damien and Walnut came down to the last event for the Boys Varsity team title, with the Spartans edging the Mustangs 97-87.  Damien scored in 14 events with six wins while Walnut scored in eleven events with one win.

The Varsity meet records are very strong, so there were only two new entries, Damien’s 4×100 and Arcadia soph Phillip Rocha defending his 3200m title with a MR 9:11.15.  His senior teammate Josh Ji defended his titles in the Shot (53’5″) and Discus (142’7″), while the strongest race of the day saw Estevan de la Rosa lead five men under 4:20 with his 4:13.50 win in the 1600m.

In the Frosh/Soph division, the most notable performances came in the boys 800m and the girls Pole Vault.  Schurr soph Abraxaz Sanchez was nearly 9 seconds below his seed in winning the two lapper in 1:56.88, a mark that would have ranked second in the Varsity race.  Even better was Karlly Feng (So, Temple City).  Her Frosh/Soph meet record jump of 10’3″ was 11″ better than the varsity winner.

So it was a great day for our sport and our athletes.  We’ll look forward to the 10th edition of this Championship on Saturday, April 25, 2015.

The Numbers


2014 SGV Champs Preview

This is the Ninth Annual edition of this regional championship, contested by the schools of the (broadly defined) San Gabriel Valley.  We are bounded by the Mountains on the north, the County Line on the East, the 5 Freeway on the South, and the LA City boundary on the West.  Thirty-nine schools will compete this year and we especially want to welcome newcomers Norwalk, Diamond Ranch and Schurr.

The meet was first contested at Walnut, and then Citrus and then we were at West Covina for the next six years – and we’re grateful for their partnership.  This year, we are happy to hold our Championships at San Dimas High School in their new stadium and on their Mondo track, which allows out athletes to compete on the same ideal track surface used for CIF Finals and the California State Meet.

Returning Champs

Emily Hoey

 The Glendora Girls are two time defending team champs, but Arcadia and Walnut look like the favorites to lift the team trophy.  Los Altos were the 2013 Boys Champs with a senior heavy team.  Damien, Walnut and Arcadia should contend for the team title

The Covina boys and Glendora girls were big winners in the Frosh/Soph division last year.

We have a number of returning champs…

In the sprints and hurdles, Pomona Catholic’s Araya Williams returns in the 100m, while Kyra White (Sr, Arcadia) will defend in both the 200m and 400m.  Pomona senior Britney Mitchell will face a stiff challenge to defend the 100m hurdles crown.

In the distances – Aracadia soph Phillip Rocha will defend in the 3200m while Emily Hoey (Sr, Glendora) will look to win both the 800m and 1600m again.

Arcadia’s Josh Ji was a double winner in the throws last year, and Britney Johnson (Sr, Glendora) returns to defend her long jump, triple jump double.  In the shot, Muir senior Tierra Adams returns with a seasonal best of 43’7”, which ranks her #5 All-Time in the SGV and is well beyond the meet record.

Notable Performers

Josh Ji

Besides Tierra & Josh, we have six entries that are superior to the Meet Record: Keeya Cotlage (Muir) 110m Hurdles, Claire Kieffer-Wright (South Pasadena) 400m & high jump, Susie Garza (Baldwin Park) 800m, Estevan de la Rosa (Arcadia) 3200m, and the Arcadia girls 4×400, and the record is in danger in eight other events.

Rankings: Rocha is 9th in the State in the 1600 and 7th in the CIF-SS and De La Rosa is 5th CA & 2nd CIF in the 3200.  Kieffer-Wright is the State leader (and SGV record holder) in the high jump, and Adams is 10th CA & 8th CIF.


San Dimas High School is at 800 W. Covina Blvd.  Spectators may enter walk through the school and enter the Northwest gate or park on the south side of the school on Cypress Ave and enter through the southwest gate.

Admission is $5 and the first event is at 10:00am


SGV Rankings: Walnut Back on Top, Sydney Mosley is 5th AT!

We have a new boys team leader, three new event leaders and one change in the All-Time list as we finish the Big Invite portion of the track season.

DSC_0290WEB-965x1024The main action was at the massive Mt.SAC Relays – we are really fortunate to have two of the top high school tracks in the country right here in the SGV!  The top performance came from Monrovia junior Sydney Mosey - her 13.88 in the 100m Hurdles placed her third in the Invite race, and she moved from 9th to 5th on the SGV All Time Performers List.  Her teammate, senior Cravon Gillespie was 2nd in the Invite 100m with a wind-aided 10.69.  In other top finishes at Mt.SAC, SGV record holder Claire Kieffer-Wright (Sr, South Pasadena) as 2nd/5’10” in the high jump, the Monrovia girls were 3rd/47.42 in the 4×100 Relay, improving their SGV seasonal leading mark, and Eric Knowles (Sr, St. Francis) was 4th in the Invite Triple Jump with a PR and SGV leading 45’1-1/4″

We gained three new SGV seasonal leaders from Mt.SAC – Barrett Weiss (Jr, Flintridge Prep) regained the Pole Vault lead from his brother Gareth with a big PR 15’0″ (4th Seeded), and Michael Dondalski (Sr, Pasadena) continued his massive improvement with a 1:54.35 (2nd Seeded) finish in the 800m.  in the Girls 800, where Susie Garza (Sr, Baldwin Park) took over the SGV seasonal lead with a PR 2:16.13 (3rd Seeded).  SGV 400m leader Ross Niederhaus (Jr, St. Francis) PR’d with a 48.54 (3rd Seeded), and girls 4×400 Relay leaders Arcadia improved to 3:54.85 (6th Invite)

The Cougar Classic, after being rained out on the opening weekend, was contested last weekend with an understandably diminished field.  SGV athletes won most of the events, with notable performances coming from Thomas Medina (Sr, Santa Fe) 49.81/400m, Morgan Love (Jr, Charter Oak) 25.75/200m & 57.24/400m, and the Covina boys 4×400 – 3:27.51.

SGV athletes also competed at two small school meets, the Ocean View Invitational and the Russell Cup.

The Arcadia girls are holding steady at the top of the girls SGV Team Rankings.  These rankings are based on the number of places in the top ten of the 2014 San Gabriel Valley Performance List.  Following an excellent week Walnut moved back to the top of the boys rankings, with Flintridge Prep moving into the first ten for the first time.


  • 17.0 – Arcadia (Last Week: =1st/16 pts)
  • 14.0 – Walnut (2nd/12.9)
  • 11.5 – Monrovia (3rd/11.5)
  • 10.0 – South Pasadena (4th/10.4)
  • 10.5 – Glendora (5th/8.7)
  • 8.0 –  La Salle (6th/8.3)
  • 7.0 –  John Muir (7th/8)
  • 7.0 –  Bishop Amat (8th/6)
  • 5.0 –  Santa Fe (=10th/4)
  • 4.0 –  Bonita (=10th/4), Claremont (=10th/4), Flintridge Sacred Heart (=10th/4)


  • 14.0 – Walnut (Last Week: 3rd/13.0 pts.)
  • 13.0 – Damien (Last Week: 1st/13.5)
  • 12.3 – California (4th/10.4)
  • 11.1 – Arcadia (2nd/13.1)
  • 9.3 – Monrovia (6th/8.4)
  • 8.8 – Santa Fe (5th/8.8)
  • 7.0 – St. Francis (7th/8)
  • 7.0 – Covina (=8th/6.0)
  • 6.0 – Maranatha (=8th/6.0)
  • 5.0 – Glendora (=8th/6.0)
  • 5.0 – Flintridge Prep (NR)

SGV Rankings: Claire Kieffer-Wright ties SGV Record – Damien Takes Over the Boys Lead

pas-0308-2013-track-and-field-preview-tigers-l-001Most of the SGV’s best competed in the massive Arcadia Invitational this last weekend.  The results gave us just one new SGV leader, but three marks on the San Gabriel Valley All-Time Top Performers list that we are introducing this week.

The top performance by place and quality at Arcadia came from 2012 State Champ Claire Kieffer-Wright (Sr – South Pasadena).  Her 6’0 jump in the Invite high jump earned her second place while equaling the previous meet record and the SGV record she set in 2012.  Earlier in the day, Claire took over the SGV lead in the 400m with a PR 57.07.

There were two other All-Time performances in the Arcadia Night Meet.  Monrovia junior Sydney Mosley was 4th at 14.04 in the Invite 100m Hurdles, which makes her =8 All Time SGV.  And in the “slow” heat of the 3200m, Estaban de la Rosa (Sr – Arcadia) was the winner in the 8th All-Time SGV time of 8:56.55.  His senior teammate Veronica Yamane improved her SGV seasonal leading marks in both the 1600m & 3200m, where her 10:51.32 was a PR.  In the girls relays, Monrovia improved their SGV seasonal best with a 47.57 to win the Seeded 4x100m, and in the 4x400m, SGV leaders Arcadia dropped their best to 3:55.10 while finishing 5th in the Seeded race.

There are two other active SGV athletes on the All-Time list.  Muir’s Tierra Adams (Sr) is 5th All-Time SGV with her 43’7″ throw in the Shot at this year’s Pasadena Games.  And in the girls 1600m, Bishop Amat junior Emily Hubert holds down the 10th spot with her 5:01.45 from last year’s CIF Div. III Prelims.

You can view the entire San Gabriel Valley All-Time Performers List here: SGV All Time Performers  Please Note: This is a work in progress.  I put this together using every public record I can find, but I’ve undoubtedly missed some top marks.  Please send any additions you have to – but please make sure any marks in the 100, 200, LJ, and TJ are wind legal.

SGV teams also competed at the South Pasadena Tiger Invitational, the Irvine Distance Carnivaland down south at the Willie Banks Invite, while fifteen seasonal Top 10 marks came from dual meet action.

Damien LogoIn the boys team rankings Damien is now the clear leader, with last week’s co #1 Walnut falling to 3rd, but only just.  All of the leaders lost ranking points, with the Spartans losing the least.  Arcadia remains best among the girls, holding a 3 point margin over Walnut, while there’s a crowd at the foot of the rankings, with five new schools entering the list at =10th.

Here are the San Gabriel Valley Team Rankings - (1 point for every Top Ten event ranking).


  • 13.5 – Damien (Last Week: =1st/15 pts)
  • 13.1 – Arcadia (3rd/14)
  • 13.0 – Walnut (=1st/15)
  • 10.4 – California (4th/10)
  • 8.8 –  Santa Fe (5th/9)
  • 8.4 –  Monrovia (=6th/8)
  • 8.0 –  St. Francis (=6th/8)
  • 6.0 –  Covina (=6th/8)
  • 6.0 –  Glendora (=9th/5)
  • 6.0 –  Maranatha (=9th/5)


  • 16.0 – Arcadia (Last Week: =1st/18 pts)
  • 12.9 – Walnut (2nd/15)
  • 11.5 – Monrovia (=3rd/12)
  • 10.4 – South Pasadena (=3rd/12)
  • 8.7 –  Glendora (=5th/9)
  • 8.3 –  La Salle (=5th/9)
  • 8.0 –  John Muir (7th/8)
  • 6.0 –  Bishop Amat (=8th/6)
  • 5.7 –  South Hills (=8th/6)
  • 4.0 –  Bonita (=8th/6), California (NR), Claremont (NR), Flintridge Sacred Heart (NR), Pomona (NR) & Santa Fe (NR)


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