The USC Track & Field Media Guide has been prepared by the sports informa- tion office for use during .. chez and four-time NCAA m champion and Honda/Broderick California's top dual meet team and was fifth at the state meet. Cal State L.A. Cross Country and Track & Field • . meter titles and also captured the prestigious Honda/Broderick Cup as the nation's top championship and Fernandes led USC's 4x relay team to a seventh- place. NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships -West . Timothy SR Texas State 3 23 Blocker, Tom JR California No ties American: A m 5/22/ Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Honda also.
Wind-aided marks will have a "w" following the mark.
If the wind speed is known, then it will follow the "w". For example, a wind-aided mark of 3. Since the earliest State Meets, athletes qualified by virtue of placing highly in their geographical Sectional meets.
As population and the number of high schools increased dramatically, these three sections divided. In these summaries of results, schools are listed by the Section in which they are 'currently located', though particular schools may have changed Sections and others are no longer in existence and in many cases their current Section did not even exist in their years.
Abbreviations for each Section are listed below: Adjustments for hurdle heights were also made. If you would like to "What If" the marks, you may obtain the Excel spreadsheet by clicking on the link.
I would also like to thank John E Spalding for his many hours of research trying to locate missing names and marks for the athletes. Russell, the CIF's official history, says there were four not three sections in the beginning.
I've also enclosed the text of my introduction to Bay Area Sports Stars, which explains the Bay Area situation in a bit more detail. Anyway, here are the starting dates for the sections of the CIF, which was formed in March, Football was governed in by the Amateur Academic Athletic Association.
Other games and meets were arranged in a haphazard manner untilwhen competition around the bay was provided by the Academic Athletic League. The AAL provided structured competition for boys in football, baseball, swimming, tennis and track and field.
Basketball was added early in the 20th Century. A few schools offered less formal interscholastic competition for girls in baseball, basketball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. Teams represented schools, but were not under the direct control of principals, superintendents or elected school officials. There were frequent disagreements over eligibility, rules and finances.
InJames E. After a series of meetings, the California Interscholastic Federation was formed in March, Its main purpose was to put the direction of high school athletics in the hands of educators.
I am really proud of how those guys stepped up to the challenge and competed. Her time of Good luck to the 15 girls and boys who qualified for the State Championships this weekend in Clovis.
Past CIF State Championships Results and Records - California Interscholastic Federation
Meanwhile, the boys team performance was equally as impressive. Chloe Jenkins double win in the and Her win in Chloe also narrowly won thewith teammate Avi Wilson-Perteete a mere. Kenady Jackson won the She also won the meter hurdles in Later, Ron placed second in the meter hurdles while earlier placing second in the hurdles.
Congratulations to all the athletes on a great season thus far. The top 3 in each event this weekend qualify for the California State Championships the following weekend! May 3rd, The Panthers were back on track this week with 3 meets: But each meet served a purpose and very few athletes competed in all three. For the boys, junior Malik Stinson won the long and triple jump; senior Ron Smith won both hurdle races; and senior Mickey Tessema, just back from a series of nagging injuries, won a spirited meter race to lead the Panthers to victory.
While the competition may have been unfamiliar, many of the results were the same with the Panthers picking up several outstanding performances.
Her winning jump places here 5th on the current NCS leader board. Each year, the Sacramento Meet of Champions culminates the high school invitational season with an elite level meet that acts as a preview for the impending post-season.
Both boys and girls relay teams served up season-best performances on Saturday evening. Starting time is 4: Senior Ron Smith backed up his Stanford Invitational win with a third place Arcadia finish in the boys triple jump.
California State Meet Results - to present
Other highlights from the weekend included a 2: Overall, the team showed very well at Arcadia Invitational. As a staff, we are quite pleased about where we are right now. Joining Ron on the top podium spot Saturday were both of the girls sprint relay teams.
Later, the team of Avi Wislon-Perteete, Kenady Jackson, Zoie Campbell and Chloe Jenkins sent a mid-season message to the rest of Northern California that it is the team to beat in the girls 4 x … clocking 3: Less than 2 hours later, she ran Five other seasonal bests were notched on Saturday.
Senior Marquis Chambers-Mahon flirted with breaking the 50 second barrier in the open before finally succumbing…. Overall, Stanford offered a mid-season glimse of the quality and depth of the squad. Each of these girls is ranked in the top 2 of their respective events in the NCS! Next, the Panthers travel to southern California for the venerable Arcadia Invitational.
Track & Field 2015
Good luck to the Panthers next weekend! Team scores, team championships and relay events that comprise quartets of runners are all cornerstones of the sport. Francis, while brandishing several individual winners and fine performances, reinforced for Panther track fans the success that can be found when you combine talented athletes onto one team. Relay teams at all levels — frosh-soph boys and girls as well as varsity boys and girls — finished either first or second in every relay they were entered in on Saturday at the St.
Headlining was the varsity girls 4 x team, which smashed the meet record by nearly 5 seconds while winning easily. The defending North Coast Section champions, featuring runners Avi Wilson-Perteete, Kenady Jackson, Zoie Campbell and Chloe Jenkins, gave early notice to other teams in California that they will once again be a force to be reckoned with.
The varsity boys on Saturday won the 4 x meter relay, besting their already section leading time from The team of Cameron James, Kameron Jackson, Marquis Chambers and Tamarick Pierce easily outdistanced runner-up Bellarmine for the top prize before coming back later in the day to win the meter sprint relay this time with senior Ron Smith replacing Marquis. The frosh-soph girls crossed the line first in the aforementioned meter sprint relayonly to have their place disqualified because of a bad baton pass.
Individually, the Panthers were led by several winners and top 3 placers. UCLA-bound senior Chloe Jenkins narrowly edged teammate Avi Perteete in the open girls meter run, high-jumper Briahn Brown opened her season with a relatively easy win in the high jump, and freshman Kali Hatcher won the frosh-soph girls triple jump.
Runner-ups on the day included sophomore Sanjay Kettles in the frosh-soph boysAvi Perteete in the girlsKameron Jackson in the varsity boys meters… while junior Kenady Jackson finished 3rd in the varsity girls