Our second installment of CA team rankings for all five CIF divisions.
Articles with San Ramon Valley High (NC)
Subjective statewide top-10 rankings for all five the CIF-State divisions.
East bay teams roll at 36th Annual Monte Vista Invitational.
Early East Bay clash set for Tuesday's Monte Vista Invitational. Photo from 2018 with Preston Norris leading Russell Sullivan.
The last big invitational in Northern California this season takes place at American River College on Saturday.
Five of the 10 scheduled races were run in the morning before the Air Quality Index surpassed 150 at Hayward High School. At that point, per North Coast Section bylaws, the competition had to stop.
An altered course didn't slow down some of the top individuals and teams in the state at the Stanford Invitational.
One of the early season most competitive invitationals will take place this Saturday at Newhall Park.
The mid-week afternoon Monte Vista Invitational, one of the top opening meets in the region, saw a course record among standout performances across multiple divisions.
Some of the better East Bay teams will face each other today in the 35th Monte Vista Invite.
Not counting the Southern Section, this section may have had the most successful 2017 state meet.
This section is LOADED when it comes to the distance department. The favorites are quite strong but don't sleep on the long list of contenders. Doug Duran photo.
Redwood's Liam Anderson competes this Saturday at the NCS MOC meet at Hayward HS.
Check out where you stand on the all-time lists for both Scott Bauhs Invite and Shadow Cliffs XC course.
Golden Gate Park is the place to be this Saturday as some of best individuals and teams for Northern California square off at the 44th Annual Lowell Invitational.
MileSplit previews the top 100 girls teams from the meet.
Here are the North Coast Section state meet contenders in all the distance races based on top returners from last Track and Field season and most improved Cross Country runners from this past season.
First Track and Field preview with the NCS distance state meet contenders.
Dan Gabor is an Amador Valley Track and Field’s folk hero. He was the man amongst boys who had it all, chanced throwing it all away, but always came out smelling like roses. Despite all of his questionable decisions and unpredictable behavior, Dan could do no wrong. With his determination to do things his own way and his determination to make it all work, he frustrated and amazed his coaches all at the same time. His crazy hairstyles and rebellious nature frequently pissed people off, but right or wrong, his blazing fast times prompted some level of forgiveness. But Dan Gabor was not an unpredictable jerk who used big his big talent to get away with things. Dan was a guy who was so talented that he got bored and out of boredom, he tried crazy things just to see if he could pull them off and most of the time, he could. Where his coaches were both frustrated and amazed by his actions, Dan’s peers were mostly just amazed and rightly so. Because beyond the Mohawk and skateboard, which is the image burned into the minds of those who knew him and remember him, and beyond the 1:50.71 800m time and subsequent state championship, was an athlete born to lead. Dan had the rare ability to do all the things that he did and somehow bring the whole team with him. Dan Gabor didn’t just win the state championship with the whole school watching, he made the entire school feel like they won the state championship. Everyone who knew Dan, and even some who didn’t were along for the ride and Dan wanted it that way. Those who experienced life with Dan Gabor experienced a blast of both confidence and courage, and just like all folk heroes, success in situations where success shouldn’t necessarily be expected.