2006 Earlybrid Results!!
Dyestatcal coverage of Earlybird!
2006 Earlybird Post-Meet Write-Up
By Coach Gustavo Ibarra
Well, we worried that the meet might suffer with the move to Toro Park, and, FORGET ABOUT IT! A meet record 56
schools and 2100 runners kicked off the 2006 cross country season in fine style and a great time was had by all! The day greeted
us with sunny and warm temperatures and the meet surely didn’t disappoint. With the move to Toro, all winners have new
meet records and we also had several teams and individuals make the All-Time Toro lists! Also, we saw the Toro trend as many
pre-meet favorites went out a tad too fast the first mile, suffered in the second mile hills, and were passed late in the
downhill and flat third mile. On to the details!
The freshmen boys’ race kicked off the day with some fun action. Michael Reher (St. Ignatius) came to run
early on and paced the field until Gregory Harper (Las Lomas) had enough and hit the gas in the last mile. He went on to win
comfortably in 17:06 with Michael 2nd in 17:25. 3rd went
to Chris D’Arriago (Palma) in 17:28. Madera kicked off their clinic on team running winning here with 110 points. They
were led by David Valenzuela in 6th (17:49). Las Lomas was 2nd with 127 and 3rd was Monta
Vista with 132.
The frosh/soph girls’ race was similar in that our early-race leader had to settle for 2nd. Carina
Mendoza (9-Madera) did the majority of the work and was rewarded with a nice 19:45 effort.
Unfortunately for her, Kendra Higgins (9-Sobrato) kicked hard and came away with the win in 19:41. 3rd went
to Matsuda Kayla (10-James Lick) in 19:47 and we had the top 3 under 20:00. Carina led her Madera squad to their 2nd
win in as many races with 63 points. Las Lomas wanted another 2nd place finish and got it with 97 points. Sobrato
was 3rd with 123.
The heat on and off the course really kicked in with the sophomore boys!
We knew it would be loaded with the defending champ along with a slew of talented youngsters. We thought Rylan Hunt
(Aptos) would run away from this field and early on he did just that passing the first mile in 5:15. But, Lance Wolfsmith (Sobrato) picked up a trick or two from his teammate Kendra in the frosh/soph race
and ran Rylan down in the hills and led through two miles in 10:56. He blazed
a 5:05 last mile and went on to win with a fantastic early season 16:01! Rylan kicked hard in 2nd at 16:08 and
Adrian Rodriguez (San Benito) ran a great steady race for 3rd at 16:18. Jesse Arellano (Madera), the defending
champ, said he felt early on that it wouldn’t be his day but still managed a respectable 4th in 16:32. St.
Ignatius joined the team fun with the win with 95 points and was led by Greg Innes in 6th at 16:40. 2nd
went to San Benito with 124 and 3rd was Bellarmine with 165.
As the entries came in we knew the junior boys’ race would be special.
It was. We knew Mohamed Abdalla (Willow Glen), ranked 1st in State DIII, liked to push the pace and would
make it a pure guts race. He did, passing the mile in 5:09. Diego Estrada (Alisal) was the brave soul that hung on and with
the trend of the day, pulled away in the hills and hit two miles in 10:25, quickest of the day. He scorched a 5:03 last mile for the win in a fantastic 15:28, fastest of the day! That mark moves him
to 6th ALL TIME at Toro Park ahead of the likes of Footlocker Finalist Ben Sitler (St. Francis-2004), now 7th
in 15:31, and Nathan Huerta (North Monterey County-2003), now 8th in 15:34. Mohamed finished with the 2nd
fastest time of the meet at 15:43, good for 13th ALL-TIME at Toro Park! Michael Landry (Santa Cruz) kicked hard
for 3rd at 16:01, a big personal best! In the team race the host school, North Monterey County, knew they would
have a special day with 5 guys nicely packed in the top 20 early on. They won
big with 52 points and were led by Michael Machado in 8th at 16:32. Bellarmine collected another plaque in 2nd
with 114 points on a 6th man tie-breaker with Monta Vista in 3rd.
Who says the 6th man doesn’t count?
All of the top frosh/soph
girl runners in the meet opted for the Varsity race which had the crowd buzzing! Our pre-meet hyped match-up of state ranked
Hayley Pascale (10-Carlmont) and Katy Daly (10-St-Ignatius) didn’t materialize as Katy didn’t show today. Hayley
took matters into her own hands and took over the lead after a quarter mile to lead through the mile, reached in 6:11, and
the two mile in 12:43. Hayley had opened a nice lead, but, sure enough, she struggled late. With what we’ll call the
upset of the meet, local Shannon McVannel (12-Salinas) showed the youngsters how to run Toro.
She bid her time and finished in a fine 18:56, only 6 seconds out of the top 25 ALL TIME marks at Toro! Thea Lee (12-Carmel)
another local veteran ran the course correctly in 2nd at 19:06. 3rd went to our first youngster, Justine
Fedronic (10-Carlmont) in 19:09. Hayley struggled late and faded to 6th in 19:18, but, not all was lost, she helped
Justine in leading Carlmont to a dominant team win with 73 points! Their 99:37 team-time is just outside the ALL-TIME top
10 at Toro. Aptos’ record run last year of 96:57 on way to a state title is now in perspective! Thea led Carmel to 2nd
with 151 points and host North Monterey County surprised many top ranked teams in 3rd with 164 points.
Now all eyes were on Matthew
Petrillo (Los Gatos) and the Madera and Los Gatos squads in the Senior Boys’ race. Matthew had destroyed Earlybird grade
level meet records the last couple of years and now was attempting to break his own Toro Park course record that he shares
with Jeremy Mineau at 15:21. As the gun fired we could see that Matthew had come to fly early on. He reached the deceivingly
slight up-hill mile in 5:01, quickest of the day! The effort there must have been too great as he slowed to a 5:39 2nd
mile in the hills and passed two miles in 10:40. He valiantly fought back the
last mile with a nice 5:06 last mile. It wasn’t enough to break his course
record but it was good enough for the win in 15:46, 3rd fastest of the day and 13th fastest ALL-TIME
at Toro! Marcos Corona (Willow Glen) looks to be recovered from his track injury and almost pulled the Toro trick as he kicked
hard in 2nd at 15:48, 4th fastest of the day. Rigo Vasquez (San Benito) ran the hills like a champ and
was 3rd at 16:08. The pre-meet match-up on paper between Los Gatos and Madera was a dead heat! And, the race was
much of the same! Last year Los Gatos edged Madera by one point, 54-55, in the juniors’ race and the 2006 senior race
was guess what? A 49-50 one point win for Los Gatos once again! We’re not
kidding! These two senior squads are all that team cross country is about with
Los Gatos going 1-6-9-13-20 and Madera countering with 5-7-8-14-16! WOW! Bellarmine was a distant 3rd with 143.
The JV girls wrapped up
the races with a clinic on team running. St. Ignatius went 1-2-5-7-8 in the team scoring for a dominant win with 23 points!
2nd was Presentation with 80 and 3rd was Salinas with 91. The race winner was Ali Cottong (12-Carlmont)
The boys ran in grade levels so we’ll let the combined team times tell us the story. And…. The story, once again, is MADERA!! But, not by
much! Madera, ranked 9th in NTN California, had won the last 4 Earlybird team titles but we knew Los Gatos, ranked
3rd in state DII, could challenge. Challenge they did. How’s
an 82:18 to an 82:19 ONE SECOND win sound? Looks much like their match-up in the senior race! Madera had a beautiful 17 second
gap from 1-5 and could be very dangerous down the road as their #1 runner is slightly injured and was their 7th
today. Their team time today moves them to 7th ALL TIME at Toro. So,
North Monterey County’s course record of 81:10 (2003) lives to fight another day. Los Gatos countered with a nice one
minute gap with their ace Petrillo out-front. Now they set their sights on Jesuit and a DII state run in 2006! Carlmont was
picked 3rd today and did so at 83:17. San Benito showed that they’ll give Carlmont a nice run in CCS DI in
4th at 83:46. Finally, CCS DIII should be fun as Willow Glen, led by their fabulous 1-2 punch, and host North Monterey
County were close at 84:55 and 85:13.
At Earlybird we award and OVERALL TEAM CHAMPION plaque to the best combined program (boys and girls) and this year
it came down to a four point win for Madera! The Coyotes put on a running clinic
with a couple of team wins (Frosh Boys & FS Girls) plus three other top 6 places.
Finally, we’d like to move 2007 Earlybird back to North Monterey County High School, but, with delays on
the construction of the middle school, we may be back at Toro Park, and, that’s not all that bad! TODAY WAS AWESOME! Congratulations to all the athletes and a big THANK YOU to all of you that helped make
the meet the best ever! Please join us again in 2007!
You can visit the meet website for complete coverage and full results at;
Now, FOR SOME SLEEP!!!!
Coach Gustavo Ibarra
North Monterey County Cross Country
2006 Earlybird Meet Preview
By Coach Gustavo Ibarra
Anticipation is running high as the 2006 cross country season kicks off with the 12th Annual Earlybird Invitational hosted
by North Monterey County High School! Although the meet has moved to Toro Park (Site of the 2006 CCS Championships) in Salinas
during construction at NMC, it still promises to be as great as ever with more than 50 teams and almost 2,000 athletes expected
to participate this Saturday, Sept. 9th. This just may be the most competitive early-season meet in the state of California
with many state and section ranked teams and individuals! As a side note, the course at NMC and the Toro Park course have
historically produced similar times. As cross country is a true team sport, we'll start by highlighting the top teams followed
by the top individuals.
Let's get started with the GIRLS. Monta Vista returns as the defending Earlybird Champions and are favored here! Last
year they ran the 5th fastest time ever at Earlybird and the 4th fastest time ever at Toro Park! They feature the best 1-3
punch in CCS and come in ranked 1st in CCS and 14th in State DI! Carmel will make their debut at Earlybird and should do it
in fine style with up to seven girls under 20:00! They feature a great senior leader and are ranked 1st in CCS DIV! Mitty
comes in ranked 4th in the very deep CCS DII. They placed 3rd last year and they also feature a great senior leader and a
good supporting cast. Carlmont comes in ranked 2nd in CCS DI and placed 13th in State last year. They feature the best individual
threat of the top teams and another couple of aces. Last year they ran the 4th fastest team time at Earlybird! St. Ignatius
comes in ranked 2nd in CCS in DIII and also has an ace up their sleeve. Aptos is the defending state champs in DII! They graduated
some great seniors but we feel that they're under-ranked at 7th in CCS DII. They are the 2nd fastest team ever at Earlybird
and last year set the Toro Park team record! Harbor was 2nd last year and has a great trio up-front. They're ranked 3rd in
CCS DIII. Presentation comes in ranked 4th in CCS DIII with 6 girls under 20:50. Salinas knows Toro well and comes in ranked
3rd in CCS DI. Willow Glen comes in ranked 7th in CCS DIII. North Monterey County has what may be their best team in years
and should be excited to challenge as hosts with 5 girls around 20:00. They're ranked 9th in CCS DIII. Madera always has a
good showing and has a nice group back. Los Altos has a nice pack ranked 8th in CCS DII. Las Lomas is currently ranked 6th
in NCS DIII.
The race for top individual girl honors could be fierce as we have on hand what may be the best sophomore class in
the state! Ladies and gentlemen, we have THREE CCS Cross Country Champs plus the CCS 3200 Champ on hand to do battle here.
If that's not enough, one is the Earlybird meet record holder! Katy Daly (10-St. Ignatius) shocked everyone last year running
in the frosh/soph race and blazing an 18:03!! Her time tied her with Ciari Viehweg, also from St. Ignatius, for the meet record!
She won CCS DIII and also ran a fine 5:02 1600 in track. And, guess what? She's not our pre-meet favorite! That designation
goes to Hayley Pascale (10-Carlmont). Last year she was 2nd to Katy running 18:51, good for 9th fastest ever at Earlybird.
After winning CCS DI last year, she fell off the radar opting not to run track in the spring but will storm back this fall.
She blazed a 10:42 2 mile at an all comers meet and is ranked 13th in state DI. Jennifer Bergmann (10-Valley Christian) had
the fastest time of all divisions in winning CCS DIV last year with an incredible 17:53 and added a fantastic 10:58 3200 this
spring. She had the highest placing at state last year with a fine 4th place. She could win the whole thing! Christina Barrientos
(11-Harbor) continues to carry on the family name and should not be counted out! She's the defending CCS 3200 Champ with a
fantastic 10:58! Poppy Lawman (10-Valley Christian) blazed a 2:12 800 and a 5:03 1600 and will try to work with Jen here.
The veteran Renisha Robinson (12-Mitty) returns with experience on her side to upset the young crew! Last year she was 3rd
at 18:55 and her exploits on the track are well known including her recent 7th place in state! How's a 2:11 800 and a 5:01
1600 sound? The young group better keep the pace honest! Stephanie Barnett (10-Leland) ran a fine 18:52 at state last year
and is ranked 9th in state in DII! Justine Fedronic (10-Carlmont) impressed with a 2:10 800 and a 5th place at the State Meet!
The trio of Jean Feng (10-Monta Vista), with a fantastic 11:06 3200, Lisa Worsham (12-Monta Vista), & Angela Hsu (12-Monta
Vista) will work together and try to lead their team to victory! Tandems to keep an eye on will be teammates Katie Jacobsen
(10-Aptos) & Amy Schnittger (11-Aptos), Kristen Anderson (11-Harbor) & Hannah Feldman (11-Harbor), and sisters Thea
Lee (12-Carmel) & Annasophie Lee (10-Carmel). Arely Marquez (12-Yerba Buena), Katie Wallace (12-Presentation), Caitlin
Russell (12-Los Altos), Kelsey Johnson (10-Santa Cruz), Shannon McVannel (Salinas), Alex Bell (Salinas), Samantha Smiley (11-Notre
Dame-Belmont), Tandisha Nious-Flor (12-Madera), Priya Pappu (10-The King's Academy), Mary Rhoades (11-Carlmont), and Katie
Nast (10-Saratoga) will also shoot for top medals! And, watch for the unknown freshman girls making their debuts!!
The BOYS will put on a show with the highest quality field ever assembled at Earlybird! Many state and section ranked
teams & individuals highlight the meet. If that's not enough, how about a CCS preview? 8 out of the top 10 ranked CCS
teams are here! For the boys, races will be run in grade levels but the top five times will be combined to score the meet.
2002 Champs? Madera. 2003 Champs? Madera. 2004 Champs? Madera. 2005 Champs? Madera. 2006 Champs? Well, you get the
point! Last year, in a & re-building year, Madera blazed an 81:11 to set the Earlybird team record! Now, with their veteran
squad, they'll set their sights on the Toro Park course record of 81:10 set by North Monterey County in 2003. We think it's
in serious jeopardy! They feature an amazing pack of 4-5 aces that have the ability to flirt with the elite 16:00 barrier
at Toro. They're ranked 9th overall in all of California! Los Gatos comes in as the top CCS representative with their overall
#1 ranking and could be the squad that also poses a great challenge to the Toro record and to the Madera crew! They're ranked
3rd in State DII and feature the best front-runner in the field. They also placed 3rd in state and ran the 5th fastest time
ever at Earlybird last year. Carlmont comes in as the top DI CCS representative and could challenge Madera & Los Gatos
if their team depth has improved. They feature great front-running and are ranked 7th in State DI. Aptos features what may
be the best young class in the state and should fare very well with experience gained last year and their track development.
They're currently ranked 10th in State and 3rd in CCS DII. Willow Glen comes in ranked 1st in CCS & 4th in State DIII!
They feature what may be the best 1-2 punch in the state! They blazed an 82:27 last year for 2nd All-Time! If their team
depth has improved, they could shock everyone! St. Ignatius comes in after a fine 5th place in state in 2005 and is ranked
7th in state and 2nd in CCS DIII and should challenge for a top 5 placing here. Host North Monterey County returns the bulk
of their 2005 squad and the experience should serve them well here. They're ranked 4th in CCS DIII. They hold the Toro Park
course record (81:10) and are the 2nd fastest team ever at Earlybird! San Benito returns their great leaders and is ranked
2nd in CCS DI. Bellarmine is building back their great tradition and is ranked 3rd in CCS DI. Other squads to keep an eye
on include Carmel ranked 2nd in CCS DIV, Serra ranked 4th in CCS DII, Las Lomas ranked 6th in NCS DIII, Los Altos ranked 6th
in CCS DII, Monta Vista ranked 5th in CCS DI, Gilroy ranked 8th in CCS DI, & Palma ranked 3rd in CCS DIV.
In the senior boys' race, all eyes will be on Matthew Petrillo (Los Gatos), the defending CCS DII Champ! He has made
Earlybird his playground the last couple of years with some of the most impressive wins in meet history. As a sophomore he
ran a great 16:02 for the class win. Last year he raced a 15:32 good for a new class record and 3rd fastest all time! 2006
should provide much excitement as he takes a shot at bettering his own Toro course record of 15:21 that he set in 2005 and
shares with Jeremy Mineau (Menlo Atherton). We know he's fit with a fine 15:16 open 5k on the track recently and a 4:22 1600
in track! If Petrillo slips, there are 4-5 guys that could win the whole thing! Leading the challenge will be Marcos Corona
(Willow Glen). He was only 3 seconds back of Petrillo last year and had a fantastic fall season. Unfortunately, he was stepped
on and injured in a race at Stanford during track. He'll return with a vengeance and comes in ranked 3rd in State DIII! Matt
Snyder (St. Ignatius) comes in ranked 5th in State DIII and ran a fine 15:59 last year at Woodward. Team running will be on
display with the fine trio of Rocky Richardson (Madera), Vicente Velarde (Madera), and Eder Marcial (Madera). Rocky comes
in ranked 13th in State DI and blazed a 1:52 800 in the spring so the leaders better keep the pace honest! Rigo Vasquez (San
Benito) placed 3rd last year and knows Toro Park very well, keep an eye on him! Greg Surh (Carlmont) is one half of a brother
combo that should impress today. Other contenders are Alec Nickolls (Los Altos) with a 4:24 1600, Nick Palladino (Carlmont)
the top ranked half-miler in CCS at 1:54, Eric Baum (Bellarmine) with a 4:26 1600, Samson Galato (Willow Glen), Brad Jacobs
(Saratoga) & Humberto Pineda (Gilroy). Also watch for pack running with teammates Jimmy Jatho (Los Gatos), Andy Burich
(Los Gatos) & Jon Berthet (Los Gatos). In the senior team battle, look for a match-up that could go down as the best team
race in Earlybird history! Last year Los Gatos edged Madera 54-55 and 3rd was left in the dust with 207 pts.! Look for these
two teams to have a classic team cross country battle as Los Gatos has a great veteran crew complimenting their ace and Madera
features not only one, but several aces! Bellarmine, Serra, and Los Altos look to be fighting for a distant 3rd.
The junior boys' race will feature the #1 ranked harrier and the top returnee in State DIII! Mohammed Abdalla (Willow
Glen) blazed a 15:40 last year at Earlybird and with some help could challenge the Toro Park course record of 15:21! He ran
a fine 4:20 1600 and a 9:22 3200 in the spring so he'll be read to go! Brad Surh (Carlmont), the other half of the brother
combination, has emerged as a top runner and is ranked 15th in State DI! He ran a great 16:02 last year at Earlybird and
may help lead a group in the 16:00 range here. If there are a couple of sleepers it could be teammates Isai Orea (Madera)
and Javier Sanchez (Madera). They've worked hard over the summer and should be in the mix! Greg Droskey (Las Lomas) ran a
9:32 3200, Michael Landry (Santa Cruz) ran a 9:35, and Walter Mayeda (Aptos) went 9:39, they could challenge. Dane Sawyer
(Los Gatos) could also be a nice surprise. Teammates Antonio Dorado (North Monterey County), Michael Machado (North Monterey
County), and Manuel Esparza (North Monterey County) should represent the host school well. Cole Jones (Serra), Michael Johnson
(Los Gatos), Kindu Ejigu (Santa Clara), and Austin Logie (Carlmont) have improved tremendously and will be seeking medals
here. The junior team race could be the closest of the day. Last year 11 points separated Los Gatos, Serra, and North Monterey
County. All three squads are back shooting for the 1st place plaque!
In the sophomore boys' race we could see a new cross country star in the making! Rylan Hunt (Aptos) sent shockwaves
through the running community with his fabulous freshman track times. He blazed a 1:55 800, 4:18 1600, and a 9:28 3200! He
had a somewhat low key freshman cross country campaign so he could make Earlybird his coming out party. Jesse Arellano (Madera)
would like nothing else than to spoil the party. He had a fantastic freshman fall season and destroyed the Earlybird freshman
record by 21 seconds with a fantastic 16:21! Too bad there is no water or bikes at Earlybird for nationally ranked tri-athlete
Lance Wolfsmith (Sobrato)! He also ran a fine 9:41 3200 and is ranked 12th in state DIII! Dane Gradone (Aptos) will benefit
from having Rylan along and could challenge here. Michael Jamieson (Las Lomas) returns after a nice 4:35 mile last year. The
tandem of Jake Arveson (Monterey) & James Caress (Monterey) could work together for a medal. Also keep an eye on Jose
Flores (Pajaro Valley), Greg Innes (St. Ignatius), Adrian Rodriguez (San Benito), Hank Morrison (Carmel), Alexis Romero (North
Monterey County), & Chris Pedro (Carlmont). The sophomore team battle will be fierce with Madera, St. Ignatius, San Benito,
Las Lomas & Monterey in the mix!
The freshmen boys are always the great mystery. Please don't go the wrong way!
Since the meet has moved to Toro, all race winners will have brand new meet records, plus, we'll keep an eye on the
clock and see the Toro Park record books take some major hits! Jeremy Mineau (Menlo Atherton-2002) and Matthew Petrillo (Los
Gatos-2005) share the boys' record at 15:21. We think there are 2-3 guys in the field that could challenge that today, including
Petrillo himself! The boys will have to dip under 15:55 to make the all-time top 25 list. We're looking at 8-10 guys that
could do that this weekend! Tori Tyler (Gunn-2004) blazed a 17:16 and threw down a mark that will be hard to challenge this
year. #2 on the all-time Toro list is 17:53! To make the top 25, the girls will have to run 18:50. We're looking at 10-12
girls that could do that here!
As far as team time records are concerned, North Monterey County's boys ran a course record 81:10 for their scoring
5 back in 2003. We think that Madera, Los Gatos, & Carlmont could take that record down with some great efforts! Aptos
& Willow Glen could also challenge if their team depth has improved. The girls' team time record of 96:57 set by Aptos
last year on their way to a state title seems within reach of the Monta Vista crew if they come ready to run! Watch the clock!
Good luck to all and we hope you enjoy the meet!
2006 EARLYBIRD WILL BE THE BEST EVER, GUARANTEED!
The following teams participated in 2006!
North Monterey County
Notre Dame-San Jose
Sacred Heart Prep
San Jose Academy
The King's Academy
Earlybird Course Records at
North Monterey County HS
Boys Course Record
Alex Dunn San Lorenzo Valley 2003 15:18
Girls Course Record
Ciara Viehweg St. Ignatius 2002 18:03
Katy Daly St. Ignatius 2005 18:03
Top Boys Teams
1 Madera 2005 81:11
2 North Monterey County 2004 82:27
2 Willow Glen 2005 82:27
4 Clovis West 2005 82:30
5 Los Gatos 2005 82:39
6 Carlmont 2005 83:50
7 Aptos 2001 84:06
8 San Lorenzo Valley 2003 84:13
9 San Benito 2004 84:30
10 Silver Creek 2002 84:48
Top Girls Teams
1 San Lorenzo Valley 2003 96:59
2 Aptos 2001 99:47
3 Los Gatos 2004 99:55
4 Carlmont 2005 100:12
5 Monta Vista 2005 100:23
6 Harbor 2001 100:46
7 St. Ignatius 2002 101:48
8 Clovis East 2003 102:01
8 Mitty 2005 102:01
10 Enterprise 2001 102:18
Top Ten Boys
1 Alex Dunn San Lorenzo Valley 2003 15:18
2 Brett Gotcher Aptos 2001 15:20
3 Benny Madrigal Madera 2004 15:32
3 Matt Petrillo Los Gatos 2005 15:32
5 Marcus Corona Willow Glen 2005 15:35
6 Eric Battles Clovis West 2005 15:39
7 Mohammed Abdalla Willow Glen 2005 15:40
8 Andrew Campbell Clovis West 2005 15:47
9 Nathan Huerta North Monterey County 2003 15:51
10 Kyle Shackelton Carlmont 2003 15:55
Top Ten Girls
1 Ciara Viehweg St. Ignatius 2002 18:03
1 Katy Daly St. Ignatius 2005 18:03
3 Casey Nevitt Aptos 2001 18:12
4 Melissa Grilli Presentation 2002 18:19
5 Amanda Boyd San Benito 2005 18:22
6 Alicia Follmar Saratoga 2004 18:30
7 Brianna Larson Las Lomas 2004 18:42
8 Jessica VanAusdall Aptos 2005 18:49
9 Hayley Pascale Carlmont 2005 18:51
10 Renisha Robinson Mitty 2005 18:55
Top Boys By Grade
1 Jesse Arellano Madera 2005 16:21
2 Dane Gradone Aptos 2005 16:40
3 Michael Landry Santa Cruz 2004 16:42
4 Brad Surh Carlmont 2004 16:46
5 Isai Orea Madera 2004 16:52
6 Adriane Rodriguez San Benito 2005 17:06
7 Michael Jamieson Las Lomas 2005 17:11
8 Chris Pedro Carlmont 2005 17:13
9 Hunter Holbrook Santa Teresa 2005 17:19
10 Rigo Vasquez San Benito 2003 17:24
1 Eric Battles Clovis West 2005 15:39
2 Mohamed Abdalla Willow Glen 2005 15:40
3 Andrew Campbell Clovis West 2005 15:47
4 Brad Surh Carlmont 2005 16:02
4 Matt Petrillo Los Gatos 2004 16:02
6 Diego Estrada Alisal 2005 16:03
7 Javier Sanchez Madera 2005 16:04
8 Isai Orea Madera 2005 16:25
9 Benny Madrigal Madera 2002 16:26
10 Wes Buntman Monta Vista Christian 2004 16:32
1 Matt Petrillo Los Gatos 2005 15:32
2 Marcus Corona Willow Glen 2005 15:35
3 Alex Dunn San Lorenzo Valley 2002 15:44
4 Nathan Huerta North Monterey County 2003 15:51
5 Benny Madrigal Madera 2003 15:56
6 Rigo Vasquez San Benito 2005 16:00
7 Ivan Alfaro North Monterey County 2004 16:06
8 Rocky Richardson Madera 2005 16:10
9 Anthony Pulido Madera 2003 16:12
10 Claudio Moreno Madera 2003 16:22
1 Alex Dunn San Lorenzo Valley 2003 15:18
2 Brett Gotcher Aptos 2001 15:20
3 Benny Madrigal Madera 2004 15:32
4 Kyle Shackelton Carlmont 2003 15:55
5 Drew Shackelton Carlmont 2003 16:00
6 Antonio Miramontes Golden Valley 2001 16:01
7 Jason Yow Monte Vista 2004 16:02
8 Darren Mattinson Harbor 2003 16:03
9 Jorge Medina Silver Creek 2001 16:04
10 Julio Moreno Madera 2005 16:11