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State Meet Notes - Doug Speck Following in race order run Boys Division I Obviously this closest ever State Meet division (two points separating first three LB Poly 115-Santa Ana 116-Saugus 117) shows the importance of all five scorers in this activity. Winner Long Beach Poly had their sixth runner with the same time as second place Santa Ana's fifth runner with the Poly athlete edging in ahead, etc. Poly finished a sterling year, with victories at Mt. SAC, the tough Southern Section Division I contest (top three here), and in this meet. Justin Willingham (Beyer, Modesto), a 4:13 1600 meter runner who did not move on to the State Meet last spring in that sport, won Div III last year at East Union of Manteca, amd probably became the first ever to win state titles at two schools (remember this meet has only been around for twelve years). Alfonso Leon of Santa Ana led through two miles, with Willingham coming into sight about a quarter mile from the finish with a comfortable lead and holding it. Willingham was quoted early in the year as stating he and the Beyer coaches were working on pacing the season to peak at the end, with the program seeming to work nicely here. Boys Division II Coach Mike Cochrane and Don Ocana's Katella (Anaheim) continued their fine season with a huge win here (1-5-9-10-15 after displacement for 40 points)! With five of the top seven here back Coach Ocana indicated to Dave Osterman of the Orange County Register that they are looking to travel next year (Eastern States championship race (NYC) or Vulcan (Birmingham, Alabama) people listening???). Ryan Mack, another 4:13 1600m runner, blue-printed the Division I race plan, edging away from a good pack over the final mile to win comfortably 15:23-15:30 over Marcus Chandler (Serra, San Diego), who was probably undefeated coming into this meet. Los Gatos (third behind Katella and San Pasqual), under Coach Willy Harmatz, interestingly moved up from Division III in the Central Coast Section to compete here, with their 83:00 team time probably placing them the same spot there (behind local St. Francis (Mountain View and Don Bosco Tech (Rosemead). Girls Division I Coach Randy Rossi of Irvine HS, racing three frosh in the scoring top five, made a strong move in the last five to six weeks. A pleasing effort in the Orange County Championships in mid-October was followed by leading efforts in the Southern Section Prelims, an upset win over Esperanza (Anaheim) and Yucaipa and others in the area Finals there, and a narrow in here over the determined Esperanza group. Rich Medellin at Esperanza has to be quite frustrated, but continues to rack up the State plaques in second and national rankings among the top fraction of one percent of teams in the nation. Clovis West (Fresno) ran a very determined race in fourth, with the Central Section going 1- 3 (Clovis/Clovis West) two years back, then kind of settling back since that point. Individually Lauren Fleshman and Trina Cox switched places since last year up front, with Cox a narrow lead through two miles before the lithe-striding (trying to say light and fluid) Fleshman edged away to a 17:38-17:48 win. Coach Doug Courtemarche's Santa Rosa HS program, between Julia Stamps and Trina, had won four consecutive State Div I individual titles. Girls Division II Coach John Mahr of Sultana was not a happy camper this week, with Boys' injuries in other sporting activities and a fall in the Section meet on the Girls's side that threatened the team's possible success. The outstanding Girls' squad could not be denied here, with an impressive 40 point total to win over defending champ Woodbridge. The Hesperia area that Sultana is in is not very hospitable weather-wise during much of the preparation process (read hotter than blazes!), so there certainly was some adjustment that went on during the training regime for the winning crew during the summer and early Fall requiring some special sacrifices. Jamie Witt (Folsom) raced away individually here, with Lori Mann (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) bouncing back from a Southern Section run in the heat to a fine second here. The top nine return here for next year! Placer (Auburn) was seventh without stars Lindsay Hyatt and Randi Fee, with the couple minutes that duo would have knocked off the team-time putting them in the plaque award hunt. Hyatt, recently signed at Stanford, will be fine for the spring after undergoing treatment for a hip problem. Boys Division III An interesting team race broke up the string of Southern Section wins at this point. Don Bosco Tech (Rosemead) had run strong in the Southern Section race, and moved ahead of St. Francis (Mountain View) in the mind of some. Anyway, when it was all settled St. Francis won one for the Central Coast Section with a fine effort and 66 point win to Bosco's 93. An all underclass Redwood (Larkspur) team was third. Celedonio Rodriguez of Elsie Allen, another of those new schools in Santa Rosa, was the surprise winner here over David Ulibarri (Sierra, Manteca), with favorite Andrew Hill (Los Altos), undefeated with big wins at Stanford and Mt. SAC, indicating that he simply did not feel very good on this day. Girls Division IV The Nordhoff (Ojai) magic for the day started here, with a strong effort needed to take a truly special Corona del Mar (Newport Beach team. Coaches Ken Reeves (Nordhoff) and Bill Sumner (CdM) are two of the more effective people at working with young folks, with the one point margin here not surprising. Coach Reeves is noted for frightening peaks, with the hitch described in our preview article dug down for here, with a 54-55 win that took Nordhoff's tenth (!!!!!) overall team title Boys and Girls since 1991. These are dynamite groups (Nordhoff 97:54 and CdM 98:03) that must bring other coaches at this level to tears when they learn that both teams return everyone next year. The write-up next time this year should be interesting, as this competition and possible re-run will probably be brought up by both coaches as they talk to their teams in the next twelve months. Angela Sanchez (Capuchino, San Bruno) powered a 1-2 Central Coast sweep individually with a fine 18:33 run over Alejandra Barrientos (San Lorenzo Valley, of Felton, who would go round with the last name Barrient if we could not translate for these darn database programs who arbitrarily cut off long last names). Sanchez, a soph, had emerged last spring to race 4:56 for 1600 meters and place fourth at state. Boys Division V This would be a very close contest and that is how it turned out. In Section runs, down South Maranatha (Sierra Madre) nipped Flintridge Prep (La Canada), with Notre Dame/St. Joseph (Alameda) nipping University (San Francisco) in the north. St. Joe, seemingly capable of great efforts when needed, surprisingly finished only seventh. Flintridge, racing with a nice 39 second 1-5 gap behind leader Vince Yuen, took the title over Maranatha 86-94. The two schools are about fifteen minutes from each other down the 210 Freeway at the west end of the San Gabriel Valley in the general Pasadena area. Jeff Tomlinson continued his fine season, with the 9:22 3200m star continuing to outshine others at this level with his 15:55 individual win. Girls Division III Nationally ranked La Canada continued its fine season, reaching its goal here with a big state meet win, defending its title. Five runners through fifteenth place gave them a 46 point total. Foothill (Redding), with one of the Nothern Section's best teams ever, finished second. Two and three (Kim Garnic and Amy Foss) graduate for La Canada, with Foothill having everyone return for 1999. Granada (Livermore) ran one of the meet's better team races in placing third. Individually, Sara Bei continued to add to her honors with a "fastest of day" 17:22 win, having to be looking ahead to the next two weekends (Foot Locker Regional and Nationals). With defending National Champ Erin Sullivan (Vermont) back in the pack, but qualifying at the Northeast Regional on 11/28, Sara is suddenly one of the favorites at the Orlando National meet. The relaxed, confident Bei seems comfortable with it all. Boys Division IV Nordhoff (Ojai) continued to roll through the competition here. Despite graduating athletes who placed 2-3-4 in this race last year, Coach Ken Reeves (using his own words here) "re- loaded" and totalled 59 points with nearly a minute and a half on the team time watch over second place Central Valley. I hope inquiring coaching minds are working on figuring out what they do at Nordhoff, as it is truly magic! Different teams have good teams on the Boys' and Girls' side, but rarely can a single coaching staff juggle excellence at both levels for a long, long time. By the way, this was the eleventh team title (sixth for Boys, fifth for Girls) for the program since 1991! We would match the overall Boys/Girls success of the Nordhoff program against any in the entire United States. In an interesting individual contest, Alberto Munoz, a 9:26 3200m runner, often a high placer but not many wins in the tough Orange County area of the Southern Section, took the gold this time, at 15:53. Girls Division V As we said when we gave out the awards, we save the best for last. University (San Francisco) finished one of those magical years when they probably accomplished all that they felt they were capable of. A 20 point win here was actually higher than last year's eighteen, but heck, second place individual placer Angela Petersen (Francis Parker, San Diego) is a 5:02/10:58 star in track, is no slouch, so there was some competition. Along the way the season included a win in the Mt. SAC Saturday Large Schools Team Sweeps event and perfect score win the Section Meet. Defending Champ Kira Morser from Uni won again in a fine 18:20, with a comment that our predicted win for Petersen providing her with a little extra oomph! during the contest. With a 19:12 average for its scoring five on a rolling 5000 meter course, we would match Uni against any small school team in the country. General Comments: 1) It will be interesting to see how the different divisions wash out next year when the alignment of the State's five levels are re-done. The Division I statewide (read that statewide, not within one or two sections where it made not much difference) was really over-burdened as it seems many high schools added just enough students to put them up into this Division I level during the two year lag when divisions were refigured. The division swill be redone each year in the future. It is assumed that the false protection of very small schools in Division V will continue, with schools of 400 and under there and the rest of the schools statewide divided into four groups. There is debate over what schools with cross-country should actually be counted for divisions, those who claim the sport in a statewide sport survey done each year or just those who put a team on the line at the end of the season. The latter would seem to be more valid. 2) The subject of "at-large" schools into the state meet will always come up, with some teams who legitimately can battle for state champioship plaques (they give three per division) not at the competition after missing by one spot at their Section meet. With team-times easily convertible it is not difficult to make some sense out of placements. There is room at the starting line in Fresno, with meet management in the past indicating no problem with adding a couple of teams to each contest.

State Rankings

California State High School Cross-Country 
Post-Season Top Thirty Divisional Team Rankings 
By Doug Speck (with special thanks to Ray Scofield, Rich Gonzalez,
Buzz Thom,  Dennis McClanahan, David Dennis, Dennis DeWitt, Hal
Daner, Ernest  Lee, Hank Lawson, Dan Cruz, Peter Brewer, Peter
Guerrini, Andy  Leong, Steve Fagundes, Jim Eckman, Bob Rush, Don
Chadez, Kirby  Lee, Dave Ponas, and all the others who put in their
helpful two  cents along the way--special thanx to Jim Whiting and
John Dye  for their web-site posting which made outside input
possible on  the rankings during the season). 
1. Poly (Long Beach) (SS)  
2. Santa Ana (SS)
3. Saugus (SS) 
4. Belmont (L.A.) 
5. Don Lugo (Chino) (SS)   
6. West Hills (Santee) (SD)
7. Yucaipa (SS)  
8. Bellarmine Prep (San Jose) (CCS) 
9. Ventura (SS)
10. Granite Hills (El Cajon) (SD) 
11. Clovis 215 (CE) 
12. Mt. Carmel (San Diego) 
13. San Benito (Hollister) (CCS) 
14. Murrieta Valley (SS) 
15. Vista (SD) 
16. Poway 136 (SD) 
17. Dana Hills (Dana Point) (SS) 
18. Buchanan (Clovis) (CE) 
19. Rialto (SS) 
20. Beyer (Modesto) 
21. Buena (Ventura) (SS) 
22. Davis (SJ) 
23. Ayala (Chino Hills) (SS) 
24. Nevada Union (Grass Valley) (SJ) 
25. Antioch (NCS) 
26. Rancho Cucamonga (SS) 
27. Mt. Whitney (Visalia) (CE) 
28. Garfield (L.A.) 
29. Thousand Oaks (SS) 
30. Mission Viejo (SS)
Girls Division I  
1. Irvine (SS) 
2. Esperranza (Anaheim) (SS)
3. Torrey Pines (Encinitas) (SD) 
4. Clovis West (Fresno) (CE) 
5. Mt. Carmel (San Diego) 
6. Thousand Oaks (SS) 
7. Nevada Union (Grass Valley) (SJ) 
8. Rancho Bernardo (SD) 
9. University (Irvine) (SS) 
10. Santa Rosa (NCS) 
11. Madera (CE) 
12. Peninsula (RH) (SS) 
13. Lowell (San Francisco) 
14. Birmingham (Van Nuys) (LA) 
15. Mission San Jose (Fremont) 
16. Ayala (Chino Hills) (SS) 
17. Fallbrook (SD) 
18. Mission Viejo (SS) 
19. Yucaipa (SS) 
20. Lincoln (Stockton) (SJ) 
21. Canyon (Canyon Country) (SS) 
22. Beyer (Modesto) (SJ) 
23. Clovis (CE) 
24. Royal (Simi Valley) (SS) 
25. St. Ignatius (San Francisco) (CCS) 
26. East Valley (Redlands) (SS) 
27. Belmont (L.A.) 
28. Leland (San Jose) (CCS) 
29. Poly (Long Beach) (SS) 
30. Los Alamitos (SS) 

1. Katella (Anaheim) (SS) 
2. San Pasqual (Escondido) (SD) 
3. Los Gatos (CCS) 
4. Casa Roble (Orangevale) (SJ) 
5. Jesuit (Sacramento) (SJ) 
6. Newport Harbor (Newport Beach) (SS) 
7. Sanger (CE) 
8. North (Bakersfield) (CE) 
9. Golden Valley (Merced) (SJ) 
10. De la Salle (Concord) (NCS) 
11. Scripps Ranch (San Diego) 
12. Eureka (NCS) 
13. Sultana (Hesperia) (SS) 
14. Ukiah (NCS) 
15. Santiago (Garden Grove) (SS) 
16. Agoura (SS) 
17. Gunderson (San Jose) (CCS) 
18. Temescal Canyon (Elsinore) (SS) 
19. Placer (Auburn) (SJ) 
20. Norwalk (SS) 
21. College Park (Pleasanton) (NCS) 
22. Rim of World (Lake Arrowhead) (SS) 
23. North Monterey County (Castroville) (CCS)
24. Mira Costa (Manhhattan Bch) (SS) 
25. Pt. Loma (SD) 
26. Paso Robles (SS) 
27. Rubidoux (Riverside) (SS) 
28. Serra (SD) 
29. Reedley (CE) 
30. El Capitan (Lakeside) (SD) 

1. Sultana (Hesperia) (SS) 
2. Woodbridge (Irvine) (SS) 
3. Brea-Olinda (Brea) (SS) 
4. Santa Margarita (Rancho SM) (SS) 
5. Clayton Valley (Concord) (NCS) 
6. Newport Harbor (Newport Beach) (SS)
7. Pleasant Valley (Chico) (NO) 
8. Placer (Auburn) (SJ) 
9. Mater Dei (Santa Ana) (SS) 
10. Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills) 229 (104:42)
11. Laguna Hills (SS) 
12. Amador Valley (Pleasanton) (NCS) 
13. Ramona (SD) 
14. Atascadero (SS) 
15. Scripps Ranch (San Diego) 
16. Vacaville (SJ) 
17. St. Joseph (Lakewood) (SS) 
18. Eureka (NCS) 
19. Aptos (CCS) 
20. Pacifica (Garden Grove) (SS) 
21. Ukiah (NCS) 
22. Westlake (Westlake Village) (SS)
23. Foothill (Santa Ana) (SS) 
24. College Park (Pleasanton) (NCS)
25. Agoura (SS) 
26. Gunn (Palo Alto) (CCS) 
27. Cathedral City (SS) 
28. Piner (Santa Rosa) (NCS) 
29. Mira Mesa (SD) 
30. North (Bakersfield) (CE) 

1. St. Francis (Mountain View) (CCS) 
2. Don Bosco Tech (Rosemead) (SS) 
3. Redwood (Larkspur) (NCS) 
4. Archbishop Mitty (San Jose) (CCS) 
5. South Hills (West Covina) (SS) 
6. La Jolla (SD) 
7. La Canada (SS) 
8. Del Mar (San Jose) (CCS) 
9. Sierra (Manteca) (SJ) 
10. Granada (Livermore) (NCS) 
11. Los Altos (CCS) 
12. Barstow (SS) 
13. South El Monte (SS) 
14. San Luis Obispo (SS) 
15. St. Ignatius (SF) (CCS) 
16. Sonora (SJ) 
17. Yreka (NO) 
18. El Modena (Orange) (SS) 
19. Monterey (CCS)
20. Shafter (CE) 
21. Lompoc (SS) 
22. Montgomery (Santa Rosa) (NCS) 
23. La Habra (SS) 
24. Aragon (San Mateo) (CCS) 
25. La Puente (SS) 
26. Los Banos (SJ) 
27. Pioneer (Whittier) (SS) 
28. Maria Carillo (Santa Rosa) (NCS) 
29. South Pasadena (SS) 
30. University City (San Diego) (SD) 

1. La Canada (SS) 
2. Foothill (Redding) (No) 
3. Granada (Livermore) (NCS) 
4. University City (San Diego) (SD) 
5. El Modena (Orange) (SS) 
6. Lompoc (SS) 
7. Palo Alto (CCS) 
8. La Jolla (SD) 
9. Montgomery (Santa Rosa) (NCS) 
10. St. Francis (Mountain View) (CCS) 
11. Carondelet (Concord) (NCS) 
12. South Hills (West Covina) (SS)  
13. Newbury Park (SS) 
14. Archbishop Mitty (CCS) 
15. Foothill (Pleasanton) (NCS) 
16. St. Francis (Sacramento) (SJ) 
17. Del Oro (Loomis) (SJ) 
18. Manteca (SJ) 
19. Oakmont (Roseville) (SJ) 
20. Acalanes (Lafayette) (NCS) 
21. South Pasadena (SS) 
22. San Luis Obispo (SS) 
23. University of San Diego (SD) 
24. Irvington (Fremont) (NCS) 
25. Rosary (Fullerton) (SS) 
26. Soquel (CCS) 
27. Our Lady of Peace (SD) 
28. Moreau Catholic (Hayward) (NCS) 
29. Hesperia (SS) 
30. Los Banos (SJ) 

1. Nordhoff (Ojai) (SS) 
2. Central Valley (No) 
3. Morro Bay (SS) 
4. Half Moon Bay (CCS) 
5. McFarland (CE) 
6. Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) (SS) 
7. Estancia (Costa Mesa) (SS) 
8. Bassett (SS) 
9. Costa Mesa (SS) 
10. Saratoga (CCS) 
11. Corona del Mar (Newport Beach) (SS) 
12. La Salle (Pasadena) (SS) 
13. Orange Lutheran (SS) 
14. St. Augustine (San Diego) 
15. Piedmont (NCS) 
16. Fillmore (SS) 
17. Oak Park (SS) 
18. Riverbank (SJ) 
19. San Lorenzo Valley (Felton) (CCS) 
20. San Marino (SS) 
21. Arcata (NCS) 
22. Terra Nova (Pacifica) (CCS) 
23. Corcoran (CE) 
24. Parlier (CE) 
25. St. Francis (La Canada) (SS) 
26. Carmel (CCS) 
27. Yucca Valley (SS) 
28. Dublin (NCS) 
29. Salesian (L.A.) (SS) 
30. Mendota (CE) 

1. Nordhoff (Ojai) (SS) 
2. Corona del Mar (Newport Beach) (SS) 
3. Louisville (Woodland Hills) (SS) 
4. Campolindo (Moraga) (NCS) 
5. St. Joseph (Santa Maria) (SS) 
6. Valley Center (SD) 
7. Sacred Heart Cathedral (San Francisco) (CCS) 
8. Miramonte (Orinda) (NCS) 
9. Novato (NCS) 
10. Costa Mesa (SS) 
11. McFarland (CE) 
12. Flintridge Sacred-Heart (La Canada) (SS) 
13. Morro Bay (SS) 
14. Piedmont (NCS) 
15. Central Valley (No) 
16. Estancia (Costa Mesa) (SS) 
17. Malibu (SS) 
18. Bishop O'Dowd (Oakland) (NCS) 
19. 29 Palms (SS) 
20. Notre Dame (San Jose) (CCS) 
21. Orange Lutheran (SS) 
22. Saratoga (CCS) 
23. Half Moon Bay (CCS) 
24. Coronado (SD) 
25. Fortuna (NCS) 
26. San Lorenzo Valley (Felton) (CCS) 
27. San Dieguito Academy (SD) 
28. St. Bonaventure (Ventura) (SS) 
29. Alhambra (Martinez) (NCS) 
30. Oak Park (SS) 

1. Flintridge Prep (La Canada) (SS) 
2. Maranatha (Sierra Madre) (SS) 
3. University (San Francisco) (SF) 
4. Calvin Christian (Escondido) (SD) 
5. Crossroads (Santa Monica) (SS) 
6. Tranquility (CE) 
7. St. Joseph/Notre Dame (Alameda) (NCS) 
8. Desert Christian (Lancaster) (SS) 
9. Brentwood (L.A.) (SS) 
10. Branson (Ross) (NCS) 
11. Pasadena Poly (SS) 
12. Santa Clara (Oxnard) (SS) 
13. L.A. Baptist (SS) 
14. Calvary Chapel (Downey) (SS) 
15. Cate (Carpinteria) (SS) 
16. Silver Valley (SS) 
17. Webb (Claremont) (SS) 
18. Avenal (CE) 
19. Mammoth (Mammoth Lakes) (SS) 
20. Lick-Wilmerding (San Francisco) (NCS) 
21. Menlo School (Atherton) (CCS) 
22. Boys Repulbic (Chino) (SS) 
23. CSDR (Fremont) (NCS) 
24. Oakwood (North Hollywood) (SS) 
25. Head-Royce (Oakland) (NCS) 
26. Desert (Edwards) (SS) 
27. Woodcrest Christian (Riverside) (SS) 
28. Viewpoint (Calabasas) (SS) 
29. Middletown (NCS) 
30. St. Margaret's (San Juan Capistrano) (SS)
GIRL'S DIVISION V SCORES                         
1. University (San Francisco) 
2. Chadwick (Palos Verdes) (SS) 
3. Desert Christian (Lancaster) (SS) 
4. Santa Clara (Oxnard) (SS) 
5. St. Margaret's (San Juan Capistrano) (SS) 
6. Convent (San Francisco) (NCS) 
7. LA Baptist (North Hills) (SS) 
8. Flintridge Prep (La Canada) (SS) 
9.  Pasadena Poly (SS) 
10. Desert Christian (Bermuda Dunes) (SS) 
11. Redwood Christian (San Leandro) (CCS) 
12. Vivian Webb (Claremont) (SS) 
13. Maranatha (Sierra Madre) (SS) 
14. Calvin Christian (Escondido) (SD) 
15. Lick-Wilmerding (San Francisco) (NCS) 
16. Head Royce (Oakland) (NCS) 
17. Ontario Christian (SS) 
18. College Prep (San Francisco) (NCS) 
19. Branson (Ross) (NCS) 
20. Mission College Prep (San Luis Obispo) (CE) 
21. Calvary Chapel (Downey) (SS) 
22. Mammoth (Mammoth Lakes) (SS) 
23. Middletown (NCS) 
24. La Jolla Country Day (SD) 
25. Holy Martyrs (LA) (SS) 
26. Westridge (Pasadena) (SS) 
27. Durham (No) 
28. Julian (SD) 
29. Contra Costa Christian (Walnut Creek) (NCS) 
30. Vasquez (SS)

All State (by grade)

1998 California All-State High School Teams by Grade: 
Below is an attempt to reward the top California High School 
athletes of the fall season with first, second, and third team 
rankings by grade (10 per each team per grade).  The rankings are
based  upon the results at the highest level the individual
athlete  competed at (State or Section Finals).  Times listed
below are  from the State Meet at Fresno with those with asteriks 
adjustments from Section Finals races.  
Again, thanks to everyone who provided us with Section Finals 
Any comments are welcome to Doug Speck 
(818) 249-5227 (fax/ph/mess)

12th Grade/Senior (19:30) 
17:38     Lauren Fleshaman (Canyon, Canyon Country) 
17:48     Trina Cox (Santa Rosa) 
17:53     Katie Brizgys (Palo Alto) 
18:10*    Allyson Marquand (University, Irvine) (17:55 SS Fi) 
18:12     Stephanie Ksenzula (Liberty) 
18:17     Camille Dredge (Torrey Pines, Encinitas) 
18:20     Kira Morser (University, San Francisco) 
18:31     Katie Hotchkiss (Mission San Jose, Fremont) 
18:36     Pam Smith (Esperanza, Anaheim) 
18:41     Chrisie Gregory (Clovis) 
18:46     Katie Martin (Irvington, Fremont) 
18:51     Christy Baird (Helix, La Mesa) 
18:53*    Jeanene Gerry (Camarillo) (18:38 SS Fi) 
18:58     Andrea Palacio (Clovis West, Fresno) 
18:59     Michelle Barrack (University of San Diego) 
19:00     Jessica Howard (University, Irvine) 
19:01     Amanda Armstrong (Thousand Oaks) 
19:02     Melinda Fuller (Placer, Auburn) 
19:03     Kim Garnic (La Canada) 
19:03*    Jennifer Hyland (Peninsula, Rolling Hills)(18:48 SSFi)
19:04     Jamie DeNoewer (Costa Mesa) 
19:10     Brooke Thomas (Laguna Hills) 
19:11     Christine Llorente (Atwater) 
19:11     Sopagna Eap (Lowell, San Francisco) 
19:14     Jennifer Toler (Clovis West, Fresno) 
19:16     Melissa Livermore (Irvine) 
19:17     Annette Corey (Foothill, Redding) 
19:17*    Nicole Gurnicz (Ayala, Chino Hills) (19:02 SS Fi) 
19:21     Amy Foss (La Canada) 
19:21     Takesha Cummings (Ganesha, Pomona) 

11th Grade/Junior (19:45) 
18:12     Heidi Walker (Yucaipa) 
18:19     Jamie Witt (Folsom) 
18:20     Valerie Flores (San Pedro) 
18:44     Lauren Gustafson (Mills, Millbrae)
18:52     Julie Manson (Rancho Bernardo, San Diego) 
18:53     Valerie Morris (Irvine) 
18:55     Aliza Cohen (University, San Francisco) 
18:56     Karen Vasko (Mt. Carmel, San Diego) 
18:57     Amy Loper-Riley (Alhambra, Martinez)     
18:58     Andrea Palacio (Clovis West, Fresno) 
18:58     Deonna Wertz (Sultana, Hesperia) 
18:59*    Latesha Jones (Rialto) (18:44 SS Fi Mt. SAC) 
19:00     Jessica Howard (University, Irvine) 
19:05     Hagu Solmon (Mission San Jose, Fremont) 
19:05     Liz Morse (Corona del Mar, Newport Beach) 
19:07*    Kim Croswell (Fallbrook) (17:07 SD Finals) 
19:08     Julia Fischer (Granada, Livermore)
19:11     Stephanie Holley (Sultana, Hesperia) 
19:14     Katherine Ziegler (University City, San Diego) 
19:15     Kylie Tellema (Sultana, Hesperia) 
19:16     Loraine Ricci (Beyer, Modesto) 
19:17     Christine Eckstaedt (El Modena, Orange) 
19:20     Rachelle Hastings (Foothill, Redding) 
19:21     Heidi Magi (Sultana) 
19:21     Jessica Nau (Alhambra, Martinez) 
19:21*    April Lopez (Mission Viejo) (19:06 Mt. SAC SS fi) 
19:22     Christina Ellis (La Canada) 
19:24     Leaf Williams (El Modena, Orange) 
19:24     Rae Stumbough (Nordhoff, Ojai)  
19:24     Kelly Moore (Avalon, Santa Catalina) 

10th Grade/Sophomore (20:00) 
17:22     Sarra Bei (Montgomery, Santa Rosa) 
18:17     Anita Siraki (Hoover, Glendale) 
18:24     Lori Mann (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) 
18:26     Julie Komosinski (Torrey Pines, Encinitas) 
18:27     Angela Petersen (Francis Parker, San Diego) 
18:29     Natalie Stein (North Hollywood) 
18:29     Robyn Stevens (Vacaville) 
18:33     Angela Sanchez (Capuchino, San Bruno) 
18:37     Alejandra Barrientos (San Lorenzo Valley, Felton) 
18:40     Nicole Bonino (La Canada) 
18:46     Sarah Bashel (Montgomery, Santa Rosa) 
18:50     Nicole Distefano (Esperanza, Anaheim) 
18:50     Desiree Davila (Hilltop, Chula Vista) 
18:50     Laura Jakosky (Agoura) 
18:56     Jackie Appel (Torrey Pines, Encinitas) 
18:58     Jaclyn Pedersen (Royal, Simi Valley) 
18:59     Monica Valdez (Temescal Canyon, Elsinore) 
19:01     Kelley Hess (Thousand Oaks) 
19:01     Teri Wilson (Madera) 
19:04*    Kelly Platko (Carlsbad) (17:04 SD Fi) 
19:07     Kim Smith (Clovis West, Fresno) 
19:07     Tiffany Vickers (Del Norte, Crescent City) 
19:10     Laurel Weil (El Molino, Forestville) 
19:11     Keili Vanderburg (Buchanan, Clovis) 
19:15     Courtney Stewart (Castro Valley)  
19:16     Jessica Kanin (Woodbridge, Irvine) 
19:18     Ali Valle (San Luis Obispo) 
19:19*    Jamie Carmichael (Fallbrook) (17:19 SD Fi) 
19:20     Ashlee Dere (Mt. Carmel, San Diego) 
19:22     Katie Quinlan (Corona del Mar, Newport Beach) 
19:22     Jenny Wilson (Notre Dame, San Jose)

9th Grade/Frosh (20:15)
18:37     Jenny Aldridge (Maria Carillo, Santa Rosa) 
18:44     Meghan Mainwaring (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) 
18:52     Kelly Dahl (Wood, Vacaville)  
18:53*    Nicole Tunnell (Arroyo Grande) (18:38 SS Fi Mt. SAC) 
18:55     Allison Hall (Rancho Bernardo, San Diego)
19:02     Michelle DiMeo (Brea-Olinda, Brea) 
19:04     Kira Mettra (Irvine) 
19:06     Jamie Nolan (Antioch)
19:08     Jenna Timinsky (San Dieguito Academy, city of school?) 
19:09     Janel Suburu (Ridgeview, Bakersfield)  
19:10     Tracy Compton (Nevada Union, Grass Valley)  
19:12     Jordan Bechtold (Irvine) 
19:13     Jenny Esser (Foothill, Pleasanton) 
19:13     Robin Quinn (Nordhoff, Ojai) 
19:15*    Erin Weesner (Royal, Simi Valley) (19:00 SS Fi Mt. SAC)
19:16     Jenny Sears (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 
19:19     Natassaja Hall (Rancho Buena Vista, Vista) 
19:22     Laura Muller (Woodland) 
19:27     Jenny Ormes (Irvine) 
19:30*    Maija Rohde (Fallbrook) (17:30 SD Fi) 
19:31     Lindi Bedke (Centennial, Bakersfield)
19:31     Jennifer Wright (Desert Christian, Lancaster) 
19:32     April Walker (Sultana, Hesperia) 
19:32     Carina Garnic (La Canada) 
19:32*    Laura Strachan (Foothill, Santa Ana) (19:17 SS Fi) 
19:34     Michelle Solone (Folsom) 
19:35     Shannon Rowbury (Sacred Heart Cathedral, San Francisco)
19:36     Talita Wells (Clayton Valley, Concord)
19:36*    Jazmin Treadway (Canyon, C Country) (19:21 SS Fi SAC) 
19:41     Kristin Cohoon (Chadwick, Palos Verdes)  
19:45     Karen Dickson (Oak Ridge, El Dorado Hills) 
19:45*    Sarah Mahon (East Valley, Redlands) (19:30 SS Fi SAC) 
19:47     Yfa Kretzchmar (University, San Francisco) 
19:47*    Emily Vince (Peninsula, Rolling Hills)(19:32 SSFi SAC) 
19:48     Larisa Solozhuk (Hayward) 
19:49     Meghan Bellotti (Woodbridge, Irvine) 
19:49     Angela Gummow (St. Francis, Mountain View) 

12th Grade/Senior (16:00) 
15:18     Justin Willingham (Beyer, Modesto) 
15:23     Alfonso Leon (Santa Ana) 
15:23     Ryan Mack (Ukiah) 
15:25     Celedonio Rodriguez (Elsie Allen, Santa Rosa) 
15:26     Jason Finch (Granite Hills, El Cajon) 
15:30     Marcus Chandler (Serra, San Diego) 
15:32     Mike Gregg (Nevada Union, Grass Valley) 
15:36     Andre Young (Marshall, L.A.) 
15:36     Ben Klawer (Saugus) 
15:40     Matt Swaney (Ventura) 
15:41     David Ulibarri (Sierra, Manteca) 
15:42     Jacob Boeding (Saugus) 
15:42     Alex Murcio (Rubidoux, Riverside) 
15:43     Andrew Hill (Los Altos) 
15:44     Tyler Noesen (Poly, Long Beach) 
15:47     Sergio Alonso (Pioneer, Whittier) 
15:48     Martin Conrad (Poly, Long Beach)
15:52     Juan Salgado (Santa Ana) 
15:52     Armando Solis (Don Bosco Tech, Rosemead) 
15:53     Alberto Munoz (Estancia, Costa Mesa)
15:54     Curt Herberts (Newport Harbor, Newport Beach) 
15:54*    Flores (Murietta Valley) (15:39 Mt. SAC SS Finals) 
15:55     Jeff Tomlinson (Crossroads, Santa Monica) 
15:56     Henry Briseno (Belmont, L.A.) 
15:56     Ben Sanchez (Golden West, Visalia) 
15:56     Pat Grimes (Scripps Ranch, San Diego)  
15:57     Andrew Dougherty (Davis)
15:57     Bryce Lighthall (Enterprise, Redding) 
15:58     Edgar Flores (Garfield, L.A.) 
15:58     Todd Coshow (Yucaipa) 
15:58     James DeBruhl (Chino) 
15:58     Mohamad Aden (Kearney, San Diego) 

11th Grade/Junior (16:30) 
15:28     Josh Spiker (Ventura) 
15:36     Evan Fox (West Hills, Santee) 
15:39     Matt McInvale (Ramona) 
15:42     Ben Morales (San Benito, Hollister) 
15:42     Fernando Cabada (Buchanan, Clovis) 
15:45     Nick Branen (Don Lugo, Chino) 
15:48     Daniel Mejia (Katella, Anaheim) 
15:49     Jon Rankin (Monte Vista, Spring Valley) 
15:51     Humberto Vargas (Belmont, L.A.) 
15:51     Girmay Guangul (Santa Clara) 
15:53     Sean Ricketts (Rancho Bernardo, San Diego) 
15:54     Aaron Durham (Poly, Long Beach) 
15:54*    Ryan Bousquet (Esperanza, Anaheim) (15:39 SS Fi SAC)
15:55     Justin Neuroth (Vista) 
15:55*    Layman (Corona) (15:40 SS Fi Mt. SAC) 
15:55*    Seth Neumuller (Thousand Oaks) (15:40 SS Fi Mt. SAC) 
16:03     Augie Escobar (Villa Park) 
16:05     Henok Mulgata (Belmont, L.A.) 
16:06     Tony Cuen (La Habra) 
16:06     Ryan Maynard (Granite Hills, El Cajon) 
16:07     Vic Moreno (Escalon) 
16:08     Anthony Lopez (Ygnacio Valley, Concord) 
16:08     Neil McDonagh (St. Ignatius, San Francisco) 
16:08*    Brian Stehmeier (Rim of World, L Arrowhead) (15:53 SS)
16:08*    Jared Emmons (Vista) (16:28 SD Finals) 
16:09     Juan Casas (Katella, Anaheim) 
16:10*    Jason Lanning (Buena, Ventura) (15:55 SS Finals) 
16:11*    Travis Laird (San Marcos) (16:31 SD Finals) 
16:12     Brian Dawson (Clovis) 
16:12     Larin Morey (Eureka) 

10th Grade/Sophomore (17:00) 
15:40     J.J. Duke (Clovis) 
15:47     Neil Davis (Bellarmine, San Jose) 
15:50     Oswaldo Pina (Lakewood) 
16:00     Eric Chaves (St. Francis, Mountain View) 
16:01     Tom Kubler (Viewpoint, Calabasas) 
16:03     Mark Nevers (Oak Park) 
16:04     Roberto Contreras (Nordhoff, Ojai) 
16:05     Ryan Hall (Big Bear) 
16:09     Nick Zoetaway (Saugus) 
16:09     Dan Woodbury (Rancho Cucamonga) (15:54 SS Mt. SAC) 
16:11*    Ryan Montez (Vista) (16:31 SD Finals) 
16:12     John Peterson (Bakersfield) 
16:14     Joe Kaufman (San Benito, Hollsiter) 
16:17*    Puneet Mahon (Norwalk) (16:02 SS Mt. SAC)  
16:19     Ben Aragon (West Hills, Santee) 
16:21     Andres Gomez (McFarland) 
16:21*    Stephen Murray (Santa Margarita, RSM) (16:06 SS SAC)  
16:22*    Ted Herbert (Bonita Vista, Chula Vista) (16:42 SD Fi) 
16:23     Russ Martin (Los Gatos) 
16:25     Matt Sartor (Enterprise, Redding) 
16:26     Arturo Garcia (Don Lugo, Chino) 
16:28     Mark Bates (Los Gatos) 
16:29     Carlos Handler (Temescal Canyon, Elsinore) 
16:29     Rudy Corona (Santiago, Garden Grove) 
16:29     Chris Johnson (Redwood, Larkspur) 
16:29*    Scott Brandos (Edison, Huntington Beach) (16:14 SS SAC)
16:30*    Kevin Arnold (Murrieta Valley, Murrieta) (16:15 SS SAC)
16:31*    Steve Stein (Yucaipa) (16:16 SS Mt. SAC)  
16:33*    Travis Beardslee (Corona del Mar, NH) (16:18 SS SAC) 
16:33*    Jim Shimp (Leland, San Jose) (16:13 CCS Fi) 
16:33*    Devin Lyons-Quirk (Poway) (16:53 SD Finals) 

9th Grade/Frosh (17:45) 
16:19     Oscar Mendez (Poly, Long Beach) 
16:30     Casey Burchill (Buchanan, Clovis) 
16:33*    Juan Mondragon (Escondido) (16:53 SD Fi)      
16:38     Jordan Kinley (Maria Carillo, Santa Rosa) 
16:41*    Brett Gotcher (Aptos) (16:21 CCS)      
16:43     Bryan Durham (Poly, Long Beach) 
16:43     Sean Drake (University, San Francisco)  
16:45     Danny Lyon (Sultana, Hesperia) 
16:49     Trevor Uyemura (Sanger)
16:49     Shaun Lyle (Eureka)  
16:49     Man-Sol Halverstad (La Canada) 
16:49*    Aaln Aradanas (Mt. Carmel, San Diego) (17:09 SD Fi) 
16:51*    Sergio Cortez (Ventura) (16:36 SS Finals Mt. SAC) 
16:53     Mark Batres (Don Bosco Tech, Rosemead)  
16:53     Copper Bachman (Valley Center) 
16:54*    Zac Fitch (Montgomery, SR) (16:39 NCS) 
16:56     Jesse Kleinjan (Ontario Christian) 
16:58*    Luke McGinnis (Poway) 
17:00     Billy Nelson (Taft) 
17:00*    Matt Radmilovich (Wilcox, Santa Clara) 16:40 CCS
17:03     Richard Ruiz (San Benito, Hollister) 
17:03*    Kevin Schible (West Hills, Santee) (17:23 SD Fi) 
17:08*    Eduardo Morales (Ventura) (16:53 SS Finals Mt. SAC) 
17:09     Hector Figueroa (Corcoran) 
17:11*    Erik Amdisen (L.A. Baptist, No Hills) (16:56 SS Fi SAC)
17:12     Eric Scamman (Granada, Livermore) 
17:17*    Chase Vau (Eureka) (17:02 NCS) 
17:18*    Victor Cerna (Golden Valley, Merced) (17:18 SJS)      
17:19*    Aaron Torres (Buena, Ventura) (17:04 SS fi Mt. SAC) 
17:21*    Phillip Kruttschmitt (D Pueblos, Gol) (17:06 SS fi SAC)
17:21*    Casey Chadd (Eureka) (17:06 NCS)