Sunday, March 11, 2018

2018 TRACK WEEK 2 (StanCo Meet, SAL 1)


Champions Santiago and Briseida
This was one of the big meets of the season. The Stanislaus County Championship is a busy night for me in that every athlete falls into my coverage zone. I also presented shirts to the winners of the 6 distance races.

We were missing some teams. The SAL held their first cluster meet the same night, so Waterford, Denair, and Orestimba were at that one. Patterson opted to sit this meet out. I find that fact a bit sad in that the Tigers had a couple of the defending event champions.

Every with the every early date, this meet produced some very fast times. The weather conditions present might have been the best any of these distance athletes will experience all season.

VG 1600m
The three best female distance runner went head to head in the fist event and it didn't disappoint. BTW none of the top 5 are seniors
Briseida, Mavleen, and Madison
1. Briseida Garcia (Gregori) 5:18.99
2. Madison Kackley (Gregori) 5:21.54
3. Mavleen Mann (Pitman) 5:22.59
4. Kayden Legan (Oakdale) 5:33.76
5. Noheli Ron (Modesto) 5:36.24
6. Makaelyn Bickle (Downey) 5:38.24
7. Esme Aguayo (Downey) 5:43.30
8. Sofia Andres (Turlock) 5:47.69
9. Kinsel Langley (Hughson) 5:49.43

VB 1600m
The boys' race was a whose who of StanCo running. The best two in XC, ran stride for stride to the line.

Santiago chases Mason
1. Santiago Ruiz (Gregori) 4:28.47
2. Mason Reeves (Gregori) 4:29.44
3. Alan Guerrero (Modesto) 4:39.33
4. Andrew Keys (Enochs) 4:40.82
5. Moises Benavides (Downey) 4:41.69
6. Josue Perez (Modesto) 4:43.82
7. Jayson Martin (Pitman) 4:46.31
8. Gavin Valenzuela (Turlock) 4:49.17
9. Chase Bogart (Central Valley) 4:49.48

VG 800m
Kackley led for the first 600m in strong form, but it was Alondra Hernandez down the stretch to defend her title.
1. Alondra Hernandez (Riverbank) 2:24.33
2. Madison Kackley (Gregori) 2:28.60
3. Bianca Garcia (Pitman) 2:32.51
4. Myrka Banuelos (Modesto) 2:35.97
5. Emily Fife (Hughson) 2:36.78
6. Aryana Perillo (Modesto) 2:37.10
7. Taylor Aloisio (Oakdale) 2:38.30
8. Mikayla Perry (Pitman) 2:38.44

VB 800m
This was the Anthony Vazquez show. He jumped out front and pulled away in his effort to go sub-2

1. Anthony Vazquez (Central Catholic) 2:01.35
2. Chris Martinez (Riverbank) 2:04.86
3. Jack Duchala (Gregori) 2:06.00
4. Uriel Alvarez (Turlock) 2:06.66
5. Ryan Zwahlen (Enochs) 2:07.44
6. Austin Allen (Pitman) 2:08.16
7. Bryce VanAllen (Pitman) 2:08.83
8. Chase Bogart (Central Valley) 2:09.13

VG 3200m
Mavleen Mann led from the gun, exacting a bit of redemption for the earlier 3rd place in the 1600m
1. Mavleen Mann (Pitman) 11:42.61
2. Esmeralda campos (Hughson) 11:56.15
3. Kayden Legan (Oakdale) 11:57.50
4. Elizette Ysais (Hughson) 12:05.36
5. Katie Krieger (Downey) 12:17.92
6. Eva Rodriguez (Gregori) 12:29.31
7. Sienna Espinoza (Gregori) 12:37.03
8. Jenna Stanislaw (Beyer) 12:55.35
9. Macie Ericksen (Turlock) 12:58.60

VB 3200m
With most of the big guns having competed in the 1600m, this race was wide open and ripe for some big PRs.

1. Matthew Marsh (Gregori) 10:14.84
2. Sebastian Cronkite (Gregori) 10:30.82
3. James Forkner (Oakdale) 10:33.83
4. Ryan Weidman (Enochs) 10:39.17
5. Justin Thomas (Gregori) 10:40.47
6. Austin Hoach (Hughson) 10:45.46
7. Jayson Martin (Pitman) 10:48.02
8. Elias Fierro (Central Catholic) 10:48.75
9. Jordan Tasho (Pitman) 10:49.47
10. Sergio Mazon (Turlock) 10:49.76
11. Edgar Ceballos (Turlock) 10:51.25
12. Ben Costa (Downey) 10:51.54
13. Gustavo Perez (Modesto) 10:56.86


PHOTOS (track events)

PHOTOS (field events)

FRI 3/9/18  SAL 1 Atwater HS, Atwater
I am still waiting for the results


Saturday, March 3, 2018

WEEK 1 TRACK 2018 (Tom Moore relays; Dean Andreessen Classic; Sac St HS Track Classic)

I had planned to go to either Tom Moore or Dean Andreessen this weekend; but one of my students shared their cold with me, and I was feeling a bit under the weather. I am very much looking forward to the Stanislaus County meet next Friday at Turlock HS. Special StanCo shirts will be awarded to the winners of the 800, 1600, and 3200m races.

Sat 3/3  TOM MOORE RELAYS, Sierra HS, Manteca
Competing StanCo teams were: Central Valley, Gregori, Johansen, Modesto, Riverbank, and Waterford

VB 800m
1. Josue Perez (Modesto) 2:08.59

VG 800m
4. Myrka Banuelos (Modesto) 2:41.21

1. Gregori (Ruiz--3:20, Williams--51, Marsh--2:08, Cronkite--4:55) 11:17.45
2. Modesto  11:30.92

1. Gregori (Kackley--3:53, Rojas--62, Rodriguez--2:32, Garcia--5:27) 12:56.70


Sat 3/3  DEAN ANDREESSEN CLASSIC, Golden Valley HS, Merced
Competing StanCo teams were: Big Valley Christian, Ceres, Hughson, Orestimba, Patterson, Turlock

VB 3200m
2. Joseph Gutierrez (Ceres) 10:55.51

F/G 800m
3. Ada Jack (patterson) 2:51.27

VG 800m
6. Kinsey Langley (Hughson) 2:42.17
8. Anna Lima (Turlock) 2:45.15
9. Diana Brown (Hughson) 2:48.64
11. Bernadette Hollcraft (Turlock) 2:50.60
12. Maddie Tree (Orestimba) 2:51.37


The competing StanCo team was Oakdale

There were some amazing early season results at this meet, however Oakdale apparently only competed in the weight events.


Sunday, February 25, 2018

2018 TRACK WEEK 0--(Pitman Distance Wars, Viking Inv)

The 2018 track season began with a bang and a brrrrrr as I froze while taking photos Friday night at the Pitman Distance Wars. I like that I didn't have to wait through heat after heat of sprint events to get to the distance events, but a break would have been good to utilize the facilities...anyway there were some great and some decent early season marks produced.

2/23/18 PITMAN DISTANCE WARS, Turlock HS, Turlock

Reeves leading Haherman in the 1600m
BOYS 1600m
1. John Hagerman (Merced) 4:26.8
2. Mason Reeves (Gregori) 4:30.85
6. Matt Marsh (Gregori) 4:40.98
8. Brent Curiel (Pitman) 4:45.48
12. Hunter Reves (Gregori) 4:50.21
14. Jayson Martin (Pitman) 4:52.98
18. Carter Mannon (Gregori) 4:58.44

Kackley leads Land and others early in the 1600m
GIRLS 1600m
1. Cassi Land (Sonora) 5:11.82
6. Madison Kackley (Gregori) 5:31.67
8. Esmeralda Campos (Hughson) 5:37.90
10. Elizette Ysais (Hughson) 5:47.52
14. Eva Rodriguez (Gregori)  5:57.2

Alvarez in the 800m
BOYS 800m
1. Joshua Gleim (Cosumnes Oaks) 2:05.89
4. Uriel Alvarez (Turlock) 2:10.51
9. Austin Allen (Pitman) 2:12.89
10. Ausin Hoach (Hughson) 2:14.11

Campos, Ysais, and Garcia in the 800m
GIRLS 800m
1. Sydney Vandergrift (St Francis) 2:31.20
2. Esmeralda Campos (Hughson) 2:34.58
6. Bianca Garcia (Pitman) 2:38.45
8. Elizette Ysais (Hughson) 2:40.54
13. Meghan Matas (Downey) 2:49.14
15. Cynthia Varela (Turlock) 2:49.38
16. Kalisa Kang (Gregori) 2:49.87

Duchala PRs in the 3200m
BOYS 3200m
1. Ryan Dunlap (Sonora ) 10:13.91
4. Jack Duchala (Grgeori) 10:26.43
7. Sebastian Cronkite (Gregori) 10:36.82

Briseida Garcia set a new Gregori school record in the 3200m
GIRLS 3200m
1. Cassi Land (Sonora) 11:25.64
3. Briseida Garcia (Gregori) 11:33.88 (school record)
6. Macie Ericksen (Turlock) 13:00.02
7. Sienna Espinoza (Gregori) 13:01.41
Moises Benavides anchored Downey's DMR team
1. Lodi 11:19.67
2. Downey 11:20.2
4. Pitman 11:30.32

Makaelyn Bickel anchored Downey's DMR team
1. St Francis 13:23.49
5. Downey 13:59.24



2/24/18  VIKING INV, Edison HS, Stockton
The was a full blown meet with all events. Enochs was the only StanCo team competing.

VG 800m
1. Michaela Andrews (Sheldon) 2:25.42
9. Zeba Ahmed (Enochs) 2:46.06

VB 3200m
1. Brian Arevelo (Weston Ranch) 10:16.33
5. Andrew Keys (Enochs) 10:41.24
7. Chris Mariscal (Enochs) 10:47.94


I know that Waterford ran in a meet in Dinuba, but none of their marks jumped out at me.  If I missed any other competing StanCo team please let me know and I will include those results.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

2018 TRACK Distance Preview

returning StanCo champions M Reeves, Garcia, and Ruiz
In just under two weeks the 2018 track season begins for me with the running of the Pitman Distance Wars. As someone who is primarily photographing and covering distance runners, this meet is awesome as I don't have to sit through 30 heats of the 200m or move any hurdles...I do realize that some runners have already begun competing as is evident with the amazing 3000m time that Mavleen Mann (Pitman) threw down this past Saturday--more on that in a minute. This article is my attempt to preview some of the top returning distance runners based on the 2017 XC season and last year's track season. If I miss someone I am sure that you will let me know...

SANTIAGO RUIZ--12th (Gregori)--the top StanCo XC runner is the top track returner as well. His top times last season were 2:01, 4:25, and 9:23(#11 all-time StanCo). Given the right racing conditions this season, I think he could go sub 9:15 in the 3200m.

MASON REEVES--12th (Gregori)--the other half of the "Thunder and Lightning" duo, Mason is never far behind (or even in front) of Santi. Best times from last season were 4:32 and 9:29 (#14 all-time StanCo).

ANTHONY VAZQUEZ--12th (Central Catholic)--with such a small track team Anthony is a work-horse for the Raiders often tripling in dual meets. Over the course of the season I think this drains him compared to athletes from other schools. Given all that he was one of only two StanCo boys who broke 2 min in the 800m last season. I am sure that he has his sights on a sub 1:55 this season. Top marks from last season were 1:57, 4:34, 10:50.

JOSUE PEREZ--12th (Modesto)--with a top mark of 10:02 the initial and obvious goal has to be to break 10 in the 3200m. Once that monkey is off of his back I think he could break 9:40 if he can keep both of his shoes on.

MOISES BENAVIDES--12th (Downey)--After qualifying for the State meet in XC it would seem that his track best on 10:06 should be easily beaten. As a former 2 miler I know that the 10 min standard can be more of a mental than a physical barrier. Once he breaks through, I look for his PRs to dramatically drop.

MATTHEW MARSH--12th (Grgeori)--throughout his 4 years Matt has had two running issues: 1. he is often injured 2. he is over-looked in the shadow of Santi and Mason. Well if he can stay healthy Matt is a real talent. His best times of 2:02 and 10:35 indicate his diversity. He will likely focus on the shorter races (with teammates in the longer ones); I think breaking 2 min in the 800m or 4:30 in the 1600m  is not out of the realm of possibility.

BRENT CURIEL--12th (Pitman)--okay Brent didn't run XC this past Fall. Will that hamper him in track? I don't know. His bests of 2:07, 4:40, and especially 10:05 place him on this list. After watching Brent for three years, what I do know is that he has the best kick of anyone on this list. So if he can stay in contention, he will out-race anyone to the line.

HUNTER REEVES--12th (Gregori)--the often overlooked Reeves brother has "game" of his own. His best of 10:08 puts him in the mix with Perez, Benavides, and Curiel to break the 10 min barrier--is anyone else excited about the 3200m race at this years' County meet?

RYAN WEIDMAN--11th (Enochs)--with a 10:18 best in the 3200m last season, Ryan has huge talent but was a bit inconsistent in XC. This season is his opportunity to ride the coat-tails of some fast seniors to a sub-10 mark of his own.

ALAN GUTIERREZ--11th (Modesto)--like Marsh, Alan has had his share of injuries. Times of 2:07 and 4:40 AND a serious competitive spirit mean that Alan should never be counted out of any race.

JACK DUCHALA--10th (Grgeori)--injured last season but he has the raw speed and determination to run 2 flat in the 800m and win the MMC (but he will have to get past team-mate Marsh)
SEBASTIAN CRONKITE--12th (Gregori)--with a 10:24 in the 3200m he has the potential to be swept along with the pack to produce a big PR this season.
CADE MIDDAUGH--12th (Oakdale)--injuries and nerves have been the bane of this young runner. His best last season of 10:23 shows the potential and promise.

Compared to the boys, this is a younger and more diverse list.
BRISEIDA GARCIA--11th (Gregori)--although she was injured for almost all of the XC season, I expect Briseida to bounce back this track season. She owns a best of 2:14 (#5 all-time StanCo) in the 800m but last season her top times were 2:16 and 5:18. It will take a mark of about 2:12 to reach State which I know has been her ultimate goal.

MAVELEEN MANN--11th (Pitman)--already having run a 11:27 equivalent 3200m time (a 30 sec improvement from last season), Mav is definitely ready for track! It will take a time of 11:16 to make the all-time StanCo list-just to give her something to shoot for.

EMILY FIFE--11th (Hughson)--Emily may be one of the nicest and most humble people I have ever met, but don't discount or underestimate her competitive nature. Track bests of 2:26, 5:14, and 11:49 illustrate my point. 5:09 gets her on the all-time StanCo list.

ESMERALDA CAMPOS--12th (Hughson)--A true competitor, Esmeralda is a durable work-horse for the Huskies. She had track bests of 5:29 and 11:48 last season. I think she could go low 11:30s if she were allowed to focus only on the 3200m.

ALONDRA HERNANDEZ--12th (Riverbank)--Injuries have also been the issue for Alondra. Last season she had her best race ever at Bronco Distance Carnival where she exploded to a 5:16 1600m. Can a healthy Alondra go 5:10ish this season--that would certainly be exciting to watch!

ELIZETTE YSIAS--10th (Hughson)--the third Husky here should not be over-looked. Elizette ran 5:40 and 12:02 as a Frosh. Certainly she will go sub 12 this season and give her teammates a real challenge.

MADISON KACKLEY--9th (Gregori)--with only her Frosh XC season under her belt, it may be surprising that I have her on this list...well she was arguably the top XC runner so how could she not be listed here? I think she is capable of 5:20, 11:30 times this season if she takes it seriously and stays healthy.

KAYDEN LEGAN--10th (Oakdale)--in her rookie track season she ran 5:40 and 12:20 and then disappeared. I think she was injured, but I'm not sure. With a healthy full season of track she should go under 12 min in the 3200m.

MAKEALYN BICKEL--12th (Downey)--with 4 TD runners with such similar times one might ask why Makaelyn gets the nod ahead of the others...honestly I think she is the toughest competitor. She missed most of track last season. Her best times are 5:44 and 12:27, but I think she could be the first Knight to go under 12 for the 3200m since 2011.

KINSEY LANGLEY--11th (Hughson)--injured for most of track and ill for most of XC, Kinsey has rarely competed this past year. However she was the County champ at 11:59 in the 3200m which shows what she can do when healthy and fit.

MACIE ERICKSEN--12th (Turlock)--she ran 12:35 for 3200m in the County meet and then was injured for the rest of the season.
KATIE KRIEGER--11th (Downey)--bests of 5:46 and 12:25 last season

ALONDRA CARDOZA--10th (Downey)--best last season of 5:46
ESMERALDA AGUAYO--12th (Downey)--bests last season of 5:43 and 12:28
KASSY ROJAS--11th (Gregori)--primarily a 400m runner last year she moved up to the 800m and produced an impressive 2:25.
BIANCA GARCIA--12th (Pitman)--her PR last season of 2:27 was a Pitman school record.
EVA RODRIGUEZ--11th (Gregori)--bests of 2:29 and 5:57, but I think she was looking at moving up to the 3200m this season.
MIKAYLA PERRY--12th (Pitman)--bests of 5:40 and 12:42
HOPE SALSIG--12th (Turlock)--more injuries have meant very few track races from Hope. After completing a full XC season I think she could run in the 2:27 vicinity to easily best her 2:31 800m from 2 seasons ago

Monday, January 29, 2018

2018 StanCo Distance Scholarship

As part of my continuing effort to promote local distance running, I will be offering one $500 scholarship to a StanCo distance runner. Please see below for the requirements. Applications were emailed to all StanCo HS distance coaches. Additionally if you email me I will personally send you an application  (

ELIGIBILITY:   1. Must currently be a senior at a Stanislaus County HS. 
2. Must have competed in XC and track (primarily in a distance event) for a Stanislaus County school all four years of HS.
3. Must have a minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA.  
4. Must be pursuing some sort of post-secondary education.

1. A fully completed, typed application  
2. A current transcript   
3. A typed letter of recommendation from your primary distance coach describing your "leadership skills related to the XC and track teams"   
4. A typed essay of no more than 500 typed words describing "How distance running has positively changed/influenced your life?"
5. Submit all required components as hard copies or electronically as pdfs with your full name in the file name (by 4/9/18)
AMOUNT: $500

Sunday, November 26, 2017


Yesterday I headed down to Woodward Park in Fresno for the 2017 CIF XC Championships, better known as the State meet. Since I grew up in Fresno, I was at this park several times a week either racing or training. Consequently, just being there brings up a lot of memories for me. However yesterday, I was there to cap off the 2017 XC season for 12 StanCo runners.

On the whole I would say that most of the StanCo kids didn't have their best races. Some ran the races of their lives at SJS just to qualify. It is difficult to duplicate that sort of feat. Additionally the State meet races are crowded. The runners are all good, and the fields don't thin out very much. Some runners that are used to being mostly alone at the front, find themselves buried in a pack. It is difficult to find room to move up...well being able to say that you "ran in the State meet" is something that can never be taken away. They should all be proud of their amazing seasons regardless of how this final race turned out.

The Gregori boys would join Modesto's Alan Guerrero in this race. Alan got out well. The others were mostly buried in the herd. Santiago and Mason had small PRs over their times from a month ago. Jack Duchala turned his ankle at the start of the race and hobbled through the 5K.
H Reeves and Marsh in a crowd
 As a team Gregori placed. 16th. I was thinking that they would do well to place in the top 10. Had Duchala had a normal race (about 1:30 faster) they would have easily placed in the top 10. Jaxon Reeves, Guerrero, and Duchala are all non-seniors and will have another chance next year.

M Reeves and Ruiz
32. Santiago Ruiz (Gregori) 15:50.2
50. Mason Reeves (Gregori) 16:07.4
99. Alan Guerrero (Modesto) 16:33.0
117. Matt Marsh (Gregori) 16:39.9
140. Sebastian Cronkite (Gregori) 17:01.9
159. Hunter Reeves (Gregori) 17:14.6
182. Jaxon Reeves (Gregori) 17:50.7
187. Jack Duchala (Gregori) 18:07.8

Moises represented the first Downey boy to qualify for State. He got out fairly well but faded over the hillier second mile.
 131. Moises Benavides (Downey) 17:09.2

Anthony ran at State last year. Unlike the other StanCo runners, he got out pretty fast...maybe a bit too fast, and he ran almost the exact same time as last season.
33. Anthony Vazquez (Central Catholic) 16:48

It was only the two Hughson girls in this race. They had both run at State last year, but never really looked comfortable on this day. Both ladies will likely have a chance to redeem themselves next year.

 108. Elizette Ysais (Hughson) 20:56.8
117. Emily Fife (Hughson) 21:04.5



Tuesday, November 21, 2017

2017 All StanCo XC Team

 For the past 4 years I have named an All StanCo XC team consisting of ten boys and ten girls. This year it was suggested to me that the list would have more meaning if it was selected by the coaches and not just me. So I narrowed the potential choices by starting with the top 20 male and female StanCo finishers from SubSections. I emailed out ballots to one coach at all of the county's high schools and a few other non-biased parties--28 ballots in total. 19 people voted. I believe that they all discovered that the process of selecting this team is much more difficult than it may seem to the uninitiated. The final team is exactly what was voted for with no personal additions or deletions. So if you don't agree with the selections, you surly are welcome to complain to me, but I only had one vote. and here are the results--

MAVLEEN MANN (Pitman) 11th--3rd CCC  1; 3rd CCC 2; 3rd CCC 3; 2nd Kim Duyst; 12th Pacific Tiger; 1st Hughson SC; 11th  D1 SS (18:40); 11th D1 Sect (19:12)

 MADISON KACKLEY (Gregori) 9th--1st MMC  1; 1st MMC 2; 1st MMC 3; 1st MMC 4; 4th Roughrider; 1st  D1 SS (18:21); DNF D1 Sect 

 ELIZETTE YSAIS (Hughson) 10th--2nd TVL  1; 1st TVL 2; 1st TVL 3; 4th Nature's Bakery; 5th Hughson SC; 14th  D4 SS (20:01); 7th D4 Sect (20:20)

 ESMERALDA AGUAYO (Downey) 12th--6th MMC  1; 6th MMC 2; 4th MMC 3; 3rd MMC 4; 20th  D2 SS (19:26); 22nd D2 Sect (20:30)

ALONDRA HERNANDEZ (Riverbank) 12th--7th TVL  1; 10th TVL 2; 2nd TVL 3; 3rd Kim Duyst; 14th Roughrider; 18th Woodbridge; 11th  D4 SS (19:54); 11th D4 Sect (20:40)

 EMILY FIFE (Hughson) 11th--1st TVL  1; 2nd TVL 2; 2nd Nature's Bakery;  4th Hughson SC; 19th  D4 SS (20:22); 8th D4 Sect (20:23)

ALONDRA CARDOZA (Downey) 10th--4th MMC  1; 3rd MMC 2; 5th MMC 3; 5th MMC 4; 25th  D2 SS (19:36); 26th D2 Sect (20:41)

MAKAELYN BICKEL (Downey) 12th--3rd MMC  1; 2nd MMC 2; 2nd MMC 3; 2nd MMC 4; 16th  D2 SS (19:15); 40th D2 Sect (21:14)

KAYDEN LEGAN (Oakdale) 10th--4th VOL  1; 2nd VOL 2; 2nd VOL 3; 27th  D3 SS (19:58); 20th D3 Sect (20:42)

ARYANA PERILLO (Modesto) 12--7th MMC  1; 5th MMC 2; 3rd MMC 3; 4th MMC 4; 18th  D1 SS (19:24); 47th D1 Sect (21:48)

SANTIAGO RUIZ (Gregori) 12th--2nd MMC  1; 2nd MMC 2; 1st MMC 3; 1st MMC 4; 2nd Lodi Flame; 3rd Lowell;  5th Cap Cross; 7th Roughrider; 3rd  D1 SS (15:38); 2nd D1 Sect (16:09)

MASON REEVES (Gregori) 12th--1st MMC  1; 2nd MMC 3; 2nd MMC 4; 3rd Lodi Flame; 4th Lowell; 10th Cap Cross; 6th  D1 SS (15:46); 4th D1 Sect (16:11)

MOISES BENAVIDES (Downey) 12th--3rd  MMC  1; 1st MMC 2; 3rd MMC 3; 3rd MMC 4; 2nd Kim Duyst; 9th  D2 SS (16:01); 3rd D2 Sect (16:33)

ALAN GUERRERO (Modesto) 12th--9th MMC  1; 4th MMC 2; 4th MMC 3; 5th MMC 4; 7th Jr Mt Carmel; 7th Bronco; 25th  D1 SS (16:12); 8th D1 Sect (16:35)

 JACKSON DUCHALA (Gregori) 10th--10th MMC  1; 9th MMC 2; 3rd MMC 3; 7th MMC 4; 20th  D1 SS (16:07); 26th D1 Sect (17:02)

MATTHEW MARSH (Gregori) 12th--4th MMC  1; 7th MMC 3; 4th MMC 4; 48th  D1 SS (16:34); 13th D1 Sect (16:47)
 HUNTER REEVES (Gregori) 12th--6th MMC  1; 8th MMC 2; 5th MMC 3; 6th MMC 4; 29th  D1 SS (16:16); 31st D1Sect (17:08)

JOSUE PEREZ (Modesto) 12th--8th MMC  1; 3rd MMC 2; 10th MMC 3; 8th MMC 4; 39th  D1 SS (16:25); 65th D1 Sect (18:10)

ANTHONY VAZQUEZ (Central Catholic) 12th--4th VOL  1; 2nd VOL 2; 4th VOL 3; 10th Bret Harte; 24th Bronco; 19th Flat Sac; 2nd  D5 SS (16:36); 3rd D5 Sect (17:28)

 SEBASTIAN CRONKITE (Gregori) 12th--11th MMC  1; 7th MMC 2; 6th MMC 3; 9th MMC 4; 57th  D1 SS (16:49); 49th D1 Sect (17:36)