Of the 11 new state leading marks set among the six meets we scored here, San Pasqual's Elise Miller is the only athlete to jump to the front in two events, taking over the long jump lead from defending State champion Caelyn Harris, and popping a U.S. No. 3 measurement in the triple jump. (Credit: DeAnna Turner, file)
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- May 29-30: CIF-State Championships
It's one thing to shine at a single meet but how well does an athlete and a team rank when compared to other top meets from Week 3?
That's what we have here.
We took six meets of mostly similar formats and scored them as one. You'll see top eight scorers per event displayed below (with a toggle option to see up to 16 deep).
On the next page, find rankings of all teams that scored in our six-meet virtual comparison, and in which of six event categories those points were accumulated.
Meets we selected this week:
- Dan Gabor Sprint & Distance Festival at Amador Valley HS in Pleasanton
- Mt. Carmel/All Pro Stickers Field & Distance Carnival at Mt. Carmel HS in San Diego
- Sacramento State HS Track Classic held at Cal State University Sacramento
- Sanger Spring Classic held at Washington Academic MS, Sanger
- Don Green Invitational & Distance Carnival at Moorpark HS
- South County Classic at Trabuco Hills HS, Mission Viejo
These meets collectively averaged 29 MileSplit "Elite Marks" each with a high of 47 at Mt. Carmel. Don Green is the only two-day event from this list.
Last week, in our standard meet format combo rankings, the top five boys teams were 1. Vista Murrieta (62.5), 2. Upland (54), 3. Buchanan (50), 4. Clovis (42), 5. Santa Margarita (30). Find this week's boys rankings on Page 3.
Last week the top five girls teams in the standard meet format rankings were 1. Upland (60.5), 2. Roosevelt (53.33), 3. Santa Margarita (50.33), 4. Buchanan (40), 5. Long Beach Wilson (36). Check out Week 3's girls rankings on Page 5.
We'll look to produce this 'Best of the Best of the Week' series for boys and girls each week throughout the invitational season, comparing up to six meets each from across the state.