Meet director George Varvas (left) congratulated Coach Sean Brosnan and the Newbury Park boys for their stellar performance in winning the Sweepstakes race at the Woodbridge Cross Country Classic in 2019. A similar scene is expected Saturday night at the conclusion of this popular and iconic two-day event. (Jeffrey Parenti photo)
This article was updated 9/17 at 12:30 pm with additional detail
As we coined the phrase years ago, the SilverLakes Speedway will return as the site of the Woodbridge Cross Country Classic this Friday and Saturday in Norco, California.
It has been two long years but we made it back to the fastest three-mile course in the entire state, if not beyond. This will be the 40th running of this classic meet and the fifth year on the 3-mile flat, fast layout at SilverLakes Sports Complex in northern Riverside County.
This year's two-day meet, which begins Friday afternoon, has attracted more than 375 schools from seven states and the seven largest sections in CA. The marquee events will be once again run under the lights in an electric atmosphere unmatched with the Sweepstakes Races on Saturday evening pitting the top squads in California, along with stellar out-of-state competition, in a who's-who of all-stars up front.
En route to the state and national title run in 2019, Newbury Park blew away all expectations in running away with the team victory and the all-time team time of 1:11.13. Fast forward two years and the Panthers find themselves favored for another such run as they line up as the top team in the nation. According to one of the top sources in the nation in the sport, "Newbury Park is the best high school team assembled EVER in national history." So, strap on your seatbelts and be ready for anything folks -- all five boys under 14:30? Remember that Newbury Park alum Nico Young purred through this course in 2018, winning with a 14:01. In 2019, he decimated that record with an astounding 13:39.7! Young is one of just six boys who have ever gone sub-14 at Woodbridge, four of who did it on the SilverLakes course.
Colin Sahlman is the fastest returner from the 2019 affair where he was the Panthers' fourth scorer in 14:26.9 while Daniel Appleford, now also a senior, crossed in 14:36.7 with then, freshman, Lex Young in his shadow at 14:37.4. Seeing five (or all seven) running under 14:30 is a definite possibility!
Newbury Park welcomes the challenge from Cheyenne Mountain, which is currently ranked #2 in the nation! You can view those rankings here. They return all seven from their 2020 group as the squad from Colorado is headlined by Erik Le Roux (4:11.92 mile / 8:57.44 last Spring). Right up front as well is Kaden Levings, who is coming off a 15:00 victory for a full 5k.
Several top-ranked squads from out of state will join the party as well. But, let's feature our top Southern Section squads!
Great Oak was a close second in the 2019 Woodbridge Cross Country Classic (1:12.27, No. 2 AT) as the Wolfpack also placed second in the nation ... to Newbury Park. Great Oak performed well at the Cool Breeze Invite two weeks ago in winning the team title and this weekend will serve as a litmus test to how close they are to Newbury Park. Cameron and twin bro Carson Smith, who each broke 15-minutes on the Brookside Golf Course 3-mile course, look to run much faster this weekend.
We highlighted Hart as our top team in Division 2 a month ago and they will look to take down Great Oak and move up in our overall Southern Southern rankings (those will be revealed next week!). Jaden Wiley came home with a third-place finish at the Cool Breeze Invite (14:53.4), while the crew produced a team-scoring gap of less than 45-seconds!
Other squads seeking a top-three finish:
Ayala (Div. 2)
Capistrano Valley (Div. 3)
Claremont (Div. 2)
Mira Costa (Div. 2)
Royal (Div. 2)
San Clemente (Div. 1)
West Torrance (Div. 3)
We project that all of those squads will qualify for the California State Meet in two months!
Individually, Pasadena (SS) senior Isaiah Givens rolled to a 14:45.4 performance in 2019 in taking 34th place. Fast forward two years and he is ready to run with the Newbury Park gang and after his 14:08 jaw-dropping performance at the Cool Breeze Sundown Showdown two weeks ago, Givens projects to break 14:00 on the ultra-flat SilverLakes Course.
Also, keep your eyes on Clovis (CS) junior Christopher Caudillo. Emerging as one of the top sophomores in the nation this past spring, his 4:09.67/8:51.98 performances indicate that he will be shooting for a top-five finish this Saturday evening.
Agoura (SS) senior Ethan Godsey transferred his track season success to the course with his 14:48.3 performance to Givens two weekends ago. Claremont (SS) senior Chris Coles crossed in fourth-place (14:55) while Corona Santiago (SS) senior Tyler Kaan came up big with a late-race surge to place eighth overall (15:04.3). Coles also had an impressive fifth-place finish at the Garmin MileSplit Texas XC Invite last week in the Lone Star State.
Daniel Winter of Stockton St. Mary's (SJ) toes the line as one of the best in California. The senior left the track season with a 4:17.03 and 8:58.02 resume. Coming up from the San Diego Section, Bryce Gilmore of Sage Creek (SD) makes his 2021 debut after coming off a 4:18.60/8:58.82 track season!
After what we witnessed by Max Sannes of Big Bear (SS) at the Fastback Invite, the senior could very steal some of the spotlight. Aside from his time on the 2-mile version of the Mt. SAC Course but we were more impressed with how comfortable he looked all through the performance.
From outside CA, Cheyenne Mountain (CO) is the No. 2 ranked team in the MileSplit 50 Rankings behind No. 1 Newbury Park. Kaden Levings, who has a U.S. No. 13 time of 15:00.00 for 5K, and Erick Le Roux lead Cheyenne Mountain. Other teams include Desert Hills (UT), Desert Vista (AZ), Eastwood (TX), Flower Mound (TX), Loveland (OH), and Southlake Carroll (TX).
Out-of-state individuals include Kevin Sanchez of Austin (TX) Vandegrift, whose 14:44.80 ranks U.S. No. 2 for 5K, Isaiah Billingsley (Tilden McMullen, TX), whose 14:56.50 for 5K ranks No. 2 in TX, and Nick Carpenter (Trinity Prep, FL), whose 15:26.00 for 5K ranks No. 3 in FL.
Coach Brian Weaver, left, stands with his Buchanan High girls cross country team after winning the team sweepstakes trophy at the 2019 Woodbridge Cross Country Classic. The Bears are among the favorites to compete for the team title when the ladies take the line in the elite race Saturday night at SilverLakes Sports Complex in Norco. (Jeffrey Parenti photo)
Newbury Park's girls are also favored to run away with the Sweepstakes Race title under the lights on Saturday evening! Led by senior Sam McDonnell's 16:53.0, third-place individual finish at the Cool Breeze Invite two weeks ago, the Panthers absolutely overwhelmed the competition. Junior Ailish Hawkins' breakthrough performance yielded a sixth-place finish (17:07.9) to help lead the barrage to solidify the girls of Newbury Park as one of the best in the United States.
Top challengers to the Panthers, here, and two months down the road at the CIF-State Meet, are Great Oak (SS) and Buchanan (CS), the team winner here in 2019, running a 1:25.34 team time that ranks No. 7 all-time at Woodbridge. Great Oak was a distant second to Newbury Park two weeks ago. Buchanan is coming off an impressive performance at the Kingsburg 2-miler where it bettered its 2019 team time by 36 seconds, although they expect to be short-handed here. These three teams are slated to go head-to-head at the State Meet for the Division 1 title in 10 weeks in Fresno, with national title invites on the line. This will be a battle among a trio of the top teams in the nation!
Last weekend, juniors Sydney Sundgren (10:28.5) and Grace Hutchison (10:39.5), along with freshmen Elle Lomeli (11:07.3) and Sierra Cornett (11:09.3) shined at Kingsburgh to solidify themselves among the best in the nation. Buchanan is currently tenth in the nation on the most recent Milesplit Team Rankings.
These two juggernauts of talent will welcome Desert Vista from Arizona as they are currently ranked No. 21 in Milesplit's Preseason National Rankings. One of the nation's best in Lauren Ping leads the Thunder as she is a strong contender for the individual win!
With the top squads in the Southern Section competing against one another as they did at the Cool Breeze Invite two weeks ago, Great Oak finished a distant second to Newbury Park. Meanwhile, Anaheim Canyon (SS) and Mira Costa (SS) will look to also solidify why they belong in the top five squads in California. While Great Oak is headlined by Kelli Gaffney (12th place, 17:24.3 at Cool Breeze), Canyon is led by Emma Hadley (17th place, 17:33.6).
But, do not overlook the top team in California for Division 4 -- JSerra out of San Juan Capistrano. With freshman Brynn Garcia leading the way with an 11th-place finish (17:23.5). Even without Georgia Jeanneret two weeks ago, they finished ahead of Canyon and Mira Costa, while only one point short of Great Oak.
Meanwhile, Mira Costa was short-handed two weeks ago, they come into the Woodbridge Classic fully armed and ready to go with senior Dalia Frias at the helm. One of the best in the nation and a 2019 Foot Locker Finalist, Frias battled Ventura's super-sensational freshman Sadie Engelhardt to the finish in second-place, 16:01.1. Both lock up once again this Saturday night!
Only four girls have gone sub-16 at Woodbridge, including three on the SilverLakes layout. Chances of additions to that list seem highly likely.
Another top individual to look for is Saugus (SS) senior Isabella Duarte, who placed fourth at the Cool Breeze Invite (16:57.9) as she finished just ahead of Mira Costa junior Anna Chittenden (16:58.2).
Anna McNatt, a junior at McClatchy (SJ), undefeated in three races so far this fall, is among those entered as an individual. So too is Cate Joaquin, a senior at St. Francis (SJ), who was a runaway winner on a challenging Golden Gate Park course last weekend.
Other top individuals expected to compete for a top-10 finish include Mackenzie Browne of JW North (SS). As a freshman, Browne raced to the CIF-SS Division 2 cross country title in 2019. Specializing more in the 800 and 1600 meters during the spring, Browne and Chino (SS) senior Mia Chavez are both coming off strong track seasons.
Harvard Westlake (SS) senior Daniela Quintero looked strong, breaking 18:30 on the tough Laguna Hills High course last weekend! She is a former CIF-SS Division 4 individual champion.
Other top squads looking for a top-five finish:
Beckman (Div. 1)
Claremont (Div. 2)
JSerra (Div. 4)
La Canada (Div. 4)
Oaks Christian (Div. 4)
Saugus (Div. 1)
West Ranch (Div. 2)
Top non-CA teams include:
Flower Mound (TX), the No. 9 team in the MileSplit 50 Rankings. Flower Mound won the District 6, Region 1, and then won the state title with 75 points and an 18:33 average. Natalie Cook led the team for the majority of the season and returns this fall or her last go-around.
Desert Vista (AZ) slots No. 21 on the MileSplit 50. Desert Vista finished second to No. 19 IMG Academy at the Desert Twilight. Lauren Ping and Katie Sigerud finished in the top five at this meet and continued to match those efforts throughout the season. At the AIA Divison 1 State Cross Country Championship, Ping and Sigerud finished first and second, and Emily Littlefield finished in the top 15. Desert Vista was the only team at this meet to have three runners in the top 10. This team was able to clinch the title with 41 points, just 3 points ahead of Highland.
Southlake Carroll (TX) led by senior Kaylie Cox (17:35.57 for 5K, U.S. No. 21) and junior Audrey Dunn (17:49.47 for 5K, U.S. No. 45), Austin Vandegrift (TX) led by senior Taylor Mathis (18:23.58 for 5K), and sophomores Caitlin Garrett (18:27.40) and Annie Burton (18:28.50), and Loveland (OH) led by senior Jessie Gibbins (18:43.90 for 5K) and Emmy Sager (18:48.90).
Among non-CA girls scheduled to compete in the Sweepstakes race include Katelyn Maley, the Colorado 3A State Cross Country champion from Basalt (CO). Maley already has two 5K wins under her belt this season from the Coal Ridge Invitational and the Basalt Longhorn Cross Country Invitational.
Ping, the Arizona state champion, set the SilverLakes course record for the freshman class with her 16:09.8 in 2019.
Others include: McKenzie Bailey (Georgetown, TX) has gone 17:17.9 for 5K (U.S. No. 6), Isabel Conde de Frankenberg (Cedar Park, TX) has gone 17:31.20 for 5K (U.S. No. 17), and a duo from Berthoud (CO) Jaycee Williams (18:20.22) and Olivia Krueger (18:41.90).
WOODBRIDGE INVITATIONAL SCHEDULE OF RACES
|Friday, September 17, 2021||Saturday, September 18, 2021|
|5:00 PM||WHITE / RED||NOVICE BOYS||3:50 PM||GOLD / BLUE||NOVICE BOYS|
|5:20 PM||WHITE / RED||NOVICE GIRLS||4:10 PM||GOLD / BLUE||NOVICE GIRLS|
|5:40 PM||WHITE||FROSH BOYS||4:30 PM||GOLD||FROSH BOYS|
|5:52 PM||RED||JV GIRLS||4:42 PM||BLUE||JV GIRLS|
|6:04 PM||WHITE||SOPH BOYS||4:54 PM||GOLD||SOPH BOYS|
|6:16 PM||RED||FROSH GIRLS||5:06 PM||BLUE||FROSH GIRLS|
|6:28 PM||WHITE||JUNIOR BOYS||5:18 PM||GOLD||JUNIOR BOYS|
|6:40 PM||RED||SOPH GIRLS||5:30 PM||BLUE||SOPH GIRLS|
|6:52 PM||WHITE||SENIOR BOYS||5:42 PM||GOLD||SENIOR BOYS|
|7:04 PM||RED||FROSH BOYS||5:54 PM||BLUE||FROSH BOYS|
|7:16 PM||WHITE||JV GIRLS||6:06 PM||GOLD||JV GIRLS|
|7:28 PM||RED||SOPH BOYS||6:18 PM||BLUE||SOPH BOYS|
|7:40 PM||WHITE||FROSH GIRLS||6:30 PM||GOLD||FROSH GIRLS|
|7:52 PM||RED||JUNIOR BOYS||6:42 PM||BLUE||JUNIOR BOYS|
|8:04 PM||WHITE||SOPH GIRLS||6:54 PM||GOLD||SOPH GIRLS|
|8:16 PM||RED||SENIOR BOYS||7:06 PM||BLUE||SENIOR BOYS|
|8:28 PM||WHITE||VARSITY GIRLS-A||7:18 PM||GOLD||VARSITY GIRLS-A|
|8:40 PM||RED||VARSITY BOYS-A||7:30 PM||BLUE||VARSITY BOYS-A|
|8:52 PM||WHITE||VARSITY GIRLS-B||7:42 PM||GOLD||VARSITY GIRLS-B|
|9:04 PM||RED||VARSITY BOYS-B||7:54 PM||BLUE||VARSITY BOYS-B|
|9:16 PM||WHITE||VARSITY BOYS-A||8:06 PM||GOLD||VARSITY BOYS-A|
|9:28 PM||RED||VARSITY GIRLS-A||8:18 PM||BLUE||VARSITY GIRLS-A|
|9:40 PM||WHITE||VARSITY BOYS-B||8:30 PM||GOLD||VARSITY BOYS-B|
|9:52 PM||RED||VARSITY GIRLS-B||8:42 PM||BLUE||VARSITY GIRLS-B|
|8:54 PM||VARSITY GIRLS RATED|
|9:14 PM||VARSITY BOYS RATED|
|9:34 PM||BOB DAY'S GIRLS SWEEPSTAKES|
|9:54 PM||DOUG SPECK'S BOYS SWEEPSTAKES|
Boys All-Time Top 100 (SilverLakes Course)
|1||Nico Young||12||Newbury Park||13:39.7||2019|
|3||Justin Hazell||12||El Camino Real Charter (LA)||13:59.5||2017|
|4||Cooper Teare||12||St. Joseph-nc||13:59.6||2016|
|5||Nico Young||11||Newbury Park||14:01.1||2018|
|6||Elias Opsahl||12||Redlands East Valley||14:01.6||2017|
|9||Jace Aschbrenner||12||Newbury Park||14:04.8||2019|
|12||William Frankenfeld||12||Poly (Long Beach)||14:07.6||2018|
|14||Reed Brown||12||Southlake Carroll (TX)||14:11.7||2016|
|15||Joey Nokes||12||Riverton (UT)||14:12.6||2018|
|16||Jaiden Melendrez||12||Desert Hills (UT)||14:13.0||2016|
|17||Anthony Monte||12||Vandegrift (TX)||14:14.5||2019|
|19||Gabriel Abbes||11||Great Oak||14:17.5||2018|
|20||Michael Mireles||12||Thousand Oaks||14:17.6||2019|
|21||Isaiah Seidman||12||West Ranch||14:18.5||2018|
|22||Joaquin Martinez De Pinillos||11||Cathedral Catholic||14:18.6||2016|
|24||Carlos Carvajal||12||Great Oak||14:20.4||2017|
|25||Evan Bates||12||West Ranch||14:21.4||2018|
|26||Tyler Tickner||12||Great Oak||14:22.2||2018|
|27||Finn Waters||12||Cathedral Catholic||14:22.4||2017|
|29||David` Vannucchi||12||Luther (WI)||14:23.2||2018|
|30||Ethan Ronk||12||Newbury Park||14:23.8||2018|
|30||Christian Simone||11||Great Oak||14:23.8||2019|
|32||Rylan Stubbs||11||Campo Verde (AZ)||14:24.3||2017|
|33||Logan Brooks||12||Laguna Beach||14:24.7||2019|
|34||Nicholas Goldstein||11||Newbury Park||14:25.6||2019|
|35||Matthew Casillas||12||Redlands East Valley||14:25.7||2019|
|36||Xavier Court||12||Mira Costa||14:25.9||2017|
|36||Lee Nasewytewa||12||Desert Vista (AZ)||14:25.9||2018|
|36||Perez Elias||12||Eastwood (TX)||14:25.9||2019|
|39||Aric Reza||12||Great Oak||14:26.2||2019|
|40||Evan Caswell||11||Coppell (TX)||14:26.8||2019|
|41||Colin Sahlman||10||Newbury Park||14:26.9||2019|
|42||William Frankenfeld||11||Poly (Long Beach)||14:27.3||2017|
|44||Preston Pope||12||West Ranch||14:27.9||2017|
|45||Collin Ullrich||12||Liberty Ranch||14:28.3||2017|
|46||Josh O'Neill||12||Trabuco Hills||14:28.6||2018|
|46||Ronan McMahon-Staggs||12||Poly (Long Beach)||14:28.6||2019|
|46||Reece Donihi||12||Desert Vista (AZ)||14:28.7||2017|
|49||Dillon Blake||12||Mundelein (IL)||14:28.7||2019|
|50||Rylan Stubbs||12||Campo Verde (AZ)||14:28.8||2018|
|51||Eric Coston||12||St. Paul's School (LA)||14:29.1||2016|
|52||Adrian Vargas||12||El Toro||14:29.3||2017|
|54||David Nelsen||12||Hamilton (AZ)||14:30.1||2017|
|55||Austin Montez||11||Great Oak||14:30.5||2019|
|57||Nate Lannen||11||Southlake Carroll (TX)||14:31.0||2018|
|58||Edgard Villa||12||Vista Murrieta||14:31.4||2017|
|59||Mitchell Burr||12||Thousand Oaks||14:31.6||2018|
|60||Jack Woods||11||Cedar Park (TX)||14:31.8||2019|
|62||Brandon Hippie||12||Palmer Ridge (CO)||14:32.0||2018|
|62||Miguel Villar||12||Madera South||14:32.0||2016|
|64||Joaquin Martinez De Pinillos||12||Cathedral Catholic||14:32.1||2017|
|64||Joshua Murray||11||West Torrance||14:32.1||2019|
|66||Gabriel Abbes||10||Great Oak||14:32.5||2017|
|66||Josh Romine||12||Mountain Vista (CO)||14:32.5||2016|
|68||Dillon Carter||11||Mountain Vista (CO)||14:32.6||2016|
|68||Justin Hazell||11||El Camino Real||14:32.6||2016|
|70||Habs Cheney||11||Desert Vista (AZ)||14:32.7||2016|
|70||John Worthy||11||Great Oak||14:32.7||2019|
|72||Jace Aschbrenner||10||Newbury Park||14:33.1||2017|
|74||Nate Lannen||12||Southlake Carroll (TX)||14:34.3||2019|
|75||Gabriel Abbes||12||Great Oak||14:34.5||2019|
|77||Ethan Ronk||11||Newbury Park||14:34.8||2017|
|79||Trevor Woodward||12||Centennial (Corona)||14:35.4||2017|
|80||Chris Anderson||12||San Lorenzo Valley||14:35.5||2018|
|81||Carter Schorr||12||Mundelein (IL)||14:35.6||2019|
|82||Ryan Matson||12||Palmer Ridge (CO)||14:35.7||2017|
|84||Aksel Laudon||12||Desert Vista (AZ)||14:35.9||2017|
|84||Jacob Smith||12||Pacifica (Garden Grove)||14:35.9||2016|
|89||Drew Lester||12||Palmer Ridge (CO)||14:36.4||2016|
|91||Daniel Appleford||10||Newbury Park||14:36.7||2019|
|92||Preston Pope||11||West Ranch||14:36.8||2016|
|93||Tanner Rogers||11||Riverton (UT)||14:36.9||2018|
|94||Elias Perez||11||Eastwood (TX)||14:37.0||2018|
|95||Lex Young||9||Newbury Park||14:37.4||2019|
|96||Chris Verdugo||11||Great Oak||14:37.5||2018|
|97||Ben Mckenna||11||Aliso Niguel||14:37.9||2018|
|98||Dillon Blake||11||Mundelein (IL)||14:38.4||2018|
|98||Jeremy Meadows||12||Palmer Ridge (CO)||14:38.4||2016|
Girls All-Time Top 100 (SilverLakes Course)
|1||Brie Oakley||12||Grandview (CO)||15:53.6||2016|
|2||Corie Smith||10||Buchanan (Clovis)||15:58.4||2017|
|3||Meagen Lowe||11||Buchanan (Clovis)||15:59.3||2017|
|4||Haley Herberg||12||Capistrano Valley||16:00.6||2017|
|5||Quinn McConnell||11||Peak to Peak Charter (CO)||16:01.7||2017|
|6||Corie Smith||12||Buchanan (Clovis)||16:04.8||2019|
|7||Sara Leonard||12||Canyon (Anaheim)||16:05.8||2017|
|8||Tori Gaitan||11||Great Oak||16:06.1||2018|
|10||Lauren Ping||9||Desert Vista (AZ)||16:09.8||2019|
|11||Tori Gaitan||10||Great Oak||16:10.8||2017|
|12||Corie Smith||11||Buchanan (Clovis)||16:11.1||2018|
|14||Haley Wolf||12||Desert Vista (AZ)||16:12.1||2017|
|15||Sarah Shulze||12||Oak Park||16:12.9||2018|
|16||Meagen Lowe||12||Buchanan (Clovis)||16:14.7||2018|
|17||Samantha Schadler||12||Rio Rico (AZ)||16:14.8||2018|
|18||Elizabeth Reneau||12||Liberty Christian||16:14.9||2017|
|20||London Culbreath||12||McKinney North||16:22.9||2019|
|21||Harper McClain||11||St. Helena||16:23.9||2019|
|22||Rylee Engelken||11||Perry (AZ)||16:24.1||2019|
|23||Colleen McCandless||12||Granada (Livermore)||16:24.3||2018|
|24||Cate Joaquin||10||St. Francis (Sacramento)||16:25.7||2019|
|25||Allie Schadler||12||Rio Rico (AZ)||16:26.3||2016|
|26||Arianna Griffiths||11||Great Oak||16:27.3||2018|
|27||Paige Haynes||11||Vista Murrieta||16:27.7||2017|
|28||Savannah Scriven||12||Palos Verdes||16:28.9||2019|
|29||Julia Heymach||12||Houston Lamar (TX)||16:29.1||2016|
|32||Isabella Fauria||12||St. Francis (Sacramento)||16:33.3||2019|
|34||Lucy Huelskamp||12||Sunset (OR)||16:33.6||2019|
|35||Kelli Hines||11||Mission Viejo||16:34.1||2017|
|36||Dalia Frias||10||Mira Costa||16:34.7||2019|
|39||Bailey Brinkerhoff||11||Desert Hills (UT)||16:36.6||2017|
|40||Fatima Cortes||11||Great Oak||16:38.1||2017|
|40||Halena Rahmaan||12||Montgomery (TX)||16:38.1||2018|
|42||Anna Shults||11||Peak to Peak Charter (CO)||16:38.8||2017|
|43||Allison Wilson||12||Montgomery (TX)||16:39.1||2018|
|44||Tatiana Cornejo||10||St. Francis (Sacramento)||16:39.7||2019|
|45||Sydney Fox||12||Buchanan (Clovis)||16:39.9||2017|
|46||Jacqueline Duarte||10||Chino Hills||16:40.5||2018|
|47||Makayla Browne||9||J. W. North||16:40.8||2017|
|48||Haley Wolf||11||Desert Vista (AZ)||16:40.9||2016|
|49||Ashley Messineo||12||El Toro||16:41.1||2017|
|50||Sandra Pflughoft||12||Great Oak||16:41.2||2017|
|52||Emily Perez||11||St. Joseph's (Alameda)||16:43.3||2017|
|52||Cate Tracht||12||Southlake Carroll (TX)||16:43.3||2017|
|54||Skyler Wallace||12||Sage Creek||16:43.5||2019|
|55||Meagen Lowe||10||Buchanan (Clovis)||16:44.4||2016|
|56||Haley Herberg||11||Capistrano Valley||16:45.9||2016|
|57||Cassi Land||12||Sonora (CC)||16:46.0||2017|
|58||Lauren Peurifoy||10||King, ML||16:46.9||2016|
|59||Bailey Brinkerhoff||12||Desert Hills (UT)||16:47.2||2018|
|60||Fatima Cortes||12||Great Oak||16:47.6||2018|
|61||Emily Crall||12||Desert Vista (AZ)||16:48.0||2016|
|62||Tracht Catherine||11||Southlake Carroll (TX)||16:49.0||2016|
|63||Kelli Hines||12||Mission Viejo||16:49.2||2018|
|64||Jill Walker||11||Simi Valley||16:49.6||2019|
|65||Gillian Mortimer||12||Southlake Carroll (TX)||16:49.7||2016|
|65||Hana Catsimanes||12||San Clemente||16:49.7||2019|
|67||Evelyn Mandel||12||Great Oak||16:49.8||2016|
|67||Nicole Rice||12||Great Oak||16:49.8||2016|
|69||Kiera Marshall||12||St. Joseph (nc)||16:49.9||2016|
|69||Emma Hadley||10||Canyon (Anaheim)||16:49.9||2019|
|72||Isabella Prosceno||9||Palmer Ridge (CO)||16:50.7||2017|
|73||Hana Catsimanes||11||San Clemente||16:50.8||2018|
|74||Brooklyn Christofis||9||Desert Vista (AZ)||16:51.0||2016|
|76||Akemi Von Scherr||10||La Quinta (La Quinta)||16:51.9||2017|
|77||Skyler Wallace||11||Sage Creek||16:52.8||2018|
|78||Riley Chamberlain||10||Del Oro||16:52.9||2019|
|80||Mackenzie Browne||9||J. W. North||16:53.7||2019|
|80||Fiona Hawkins||11||Newbury Park||16:53.7||2019|
|82||Kaylie Cox||10||Southlake Carroll (TX)||16:54.2||2019|
|83||Akemi Von Scherr||9||La Quinta (La Quinta)||16:54.4||2016|
|84||Sydney Vandegrift||12||St. Francis (Sacramento)||16:54.5||2017|
|85||Baylee Jones||12||Desert Vista (AZ)||16:54.9||2016|
|86||Emma Hadley||9||Canyon (Anaheim)||16:55.3||2018|
|86||Sarah O'Sullivan||9||Mountain Vista (CO)||16:55.3||2016|
|88||Grace Catena||12||Palos Verdes||16:55.4||2017|
|90||Jenna Fitzsimmons||9||Mountain Vista (CO)||16:56.7||2016|
|94||Kelly Harris||12||Desert Vista (AZ)||16:57.9||2017|
|95||Audrey Dang||11||Great Oak||16:58.3||2018|
|96||Jicel Fernandez-Ramirez||12||El Camino Real||16:58.7||2018|
|97||Kiyena Beatty||12||Great Oak||16:58.8||2016|
|97||Alexis Fernandez||9||West Ranch||16:58.8||2018|
|97||Samantha Nelson||12||Desert Hills (UT)||16:58.8||2018|
Mark Gardner is a former coach and regular contributor to MileSplitCA
Photos by Patrick Corsinita, Jeffrey Parenti, and Raymond Tran.
MileSplit editors Olivia Ekpone and Jeffrey Parenti contributed to this report.