CIF-Southern Section Team Battle Projections


Postseason Rankings / Projected Points
Here are the projected team scores, two weeks out from the May 11th CIF-Southern Section all-division finals at El Camino College.  Of course, we will revisit all of the numbers after we see which individuals and relays advance forward from Saturday's four divisional prelims. 

These projections were made based off of the top seasonal marks and those that are competing in that event in prelims.  

DIVISION 1 GIRLS


Roosevelt junior Myah Hatcher has top-7 qualifying times in both hurdles. (Frank Bellino photo)


1) Roosevelt = 49-52 points    Lydia Liu in both throws, Naomi Johnson in 400, Myah Hatcher in the hurdles, and both relays
2) LB Poly = 45-47 points   Saundria Martin and Queen Okoh in sprints, both relays and Kenya Payne in hurdles
3) Great Oak = 43-45 points   Fatima Cortes and Arianna Griffiths in distances, Summer Stevenson and Sami Bollinger in the jumps; Kaitlyn Swenson seeks big points in Pole Vault
4) Upland = 41-43 points  Caelyn Harris in the long jump and 100 Hurdles, Jordyn Grady in both hurdles and 100, 400 relay, Kerrington Smith in TJ
5) LB Wilson = 35-38 points     Rachel Glenn in both hurdles and High Jump, 1600 Relay
5) Murrieta Mesa = 35-38 points     Chioma Okonkwo in 200/400, Logann Williams in the hurdles and both relays 

DIVISION 2 GIRLS


Calabasas senior De'Anna Nowling is the returning CIF-State champion in the 100m. (Frank Bellino photo)


1) Calabasas = 105-110 points    De'Anna Nowling (100/200), Bella Witt (100H, 300H), Kyla Robinson Hubbard(400/300H), and Jade McDonald, Kennedy Waite..  both relays!!!   Stay healthy and they are favorites for State Team Title
2) Mission Viejo = 80-85 points   Kelli Hines, Ashley Johnson and Morgan Calcagnie in the distances along Ava Butterbaugh and Dani Lister in the throws + 1600 Relay
3) Woodbridge = 46-49 points     Madison Lyon in the jumps/hurdles, Simran Malhotra and Milana Malec
4) Capistrano Valley = 36-39 points   Carly Corsenita in the distances and Jolie Robinson in the jumps
5) Thousand Oaks = 27-30 points   Amanda Spear (Discus) and Elise Craft (hurdles)

DIVISION 3 GIRLS


Santa Margarita soph Lauren Memoly has the top D3 marks in the 400 and long jump. (Frank Bellino photo)


1) Santa Margarita = 80-85 points    Tessa Green and Lauren Memoly can earn 40 points on their own, Kendall Saeger in the distances, Natalie Barnes in the pole vault plus both relays with additional points in the hurdles
2) Harvard Westlake = 45-50 points     Natalia and Daniela Quintero in the 800/1600 combo; Tierni Kaufman in the jumps and points in the relays
3) Orange Lutheran = 44-47 points   Sophia Hartwell in the jumps and projected 10-12 points in the throws
4) Notre Dame = 40-44 points    Major points in the relays led by Gabrielle Ellis (400) and Gabrielle Jackson in the hurdles
5) Leuzinger = 32-36 points    Aniyah Wyche and Adepeju Bamiro in the sprints and solid points in the relays


DIVISION 4 GIRLS


Hannah Wilson (11) and Janiah Brown (12) are now teammates at Oaks Christian. (Lizette Adams photo)


1) Oaks Christian = 85-90 points    Janiah Brown and Hannah Wilson (800), Jahzara Richardson (100, 200), Brooklyn Courtnall (400), Raeshell Austin (400, LJ) will roll from 100 to the 800, and major points in the relays along with Bryn Polly in the pole vault.  Tasha Bierling is the favorite in the 300 Hurdles too 
2) Serra = 50-55 points   Jazmyne Frost and Destine'e Reid in the sprints, with A'lena Chaney in the 100 Hurdles and Long Jump plus the short relay
3) St. Anthony = 35-40 points    Asjah Atkinson (100 Hurdles and Long Jump), Noronzie Malala (throws) plus points in the jumps and relays
4) Mayfield = 30-35 points   Aubrey Suarez (800 and 1600) and Jolie Beegle (jumps)
5) Archer (28-32 points)   Nia Mosby (200, 400) and Miaya South (Pole Vault) 

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