The CIF finals schedule is below.
Stadium Opens for Athletes – 8:30 am
Stadium Opens for Spectators – 9:30 am
Field Event Warm-Up Only – 10:00 am
Start Pole Vault Competition – TBD
Start All Field Event Competition – 11:00 am
Start Running Events – 1:00 pm
The 16 athletes that competed were battling not only their competitors, but the weather as well. The 90+ temperature was tough to handle, especially for our distance runners. Of the 16 that went into battle, 5 came out victorious. The results can be seen here… Prelim Results
Cade Lindsay was the big winner, finishing 3rd overall in the 110HH with a time of 14.63. He continues to run fast and will be pushed at Mt. Sac next Saturday by two others, Holt and Williams. In addition to the hurdles, Cade finished tied for 9th overall in Pole Vault, but upon closer examination by CIF officials the day after, they didn’t allow Cade to participate in the jump off with the two other 13’6″ jumpers, thus CIF called today and informed us that Cade will be vaulting on Saturday as well!!
In the girls high jump, this was a stellar year for division 2!! There were 8 girls over 5’3″ including our own Hannah Nelli, a PR placing her 4th All-Time. The last few years, the high jump was qualifying girls with jumps 0f 5’1″, but there are a giant group of athletes that are moving on to Mt. Sac at 5’3″.
In the girl’s long jump, GHS had 4 athletes competing; Brittany Johnson, Alaina Gowern, Sydney Pink, and Hannah Nelli…but Nelli came to Moorpark HS fighting the flu and dropped to concentrate on only HJ. Sydney Pink was the first one to jump and on her first jump, a shot 0f adrenaline pushed Sydney out to 17’5 3/4″, a PR and putting her 5th All-Time at GHS!!! She ended the day as the only GHS jumper to move on and ranked 4th in division 2!!
Rocki Bartholomew was the lone thrower to move on to CIF finals in Discus. Rocki dropped the Shot to concentrate on the discus, and it paid off. She threw a distance of 130′ 6 1/2″ and ranked 5th in Division 2!
Last but least, “The Russian Rocket”, Briton Noskoff managed to squeeze his way into the last qualifying spot by beating out two other competitors by .01 seconds!! Briton ran 50.05 and two other athletes missed moving on running 50.06!! Briton will be pushed on Saturday, with 6 other athletes within .5 seconds away from his best time this year! Should be exciting for him at CIF Finals!!
Good luck you 5!!
The running events start at 12:00, HOWEVER, the field events start at 11:00am at Moorpark HS directions here…
Moorpark HS Directions
Girls 400 m Relay 12:00
Boys 400m Relay
Girls 1600m Emily Hoey
Boys 1600m Ryan Sanchez and Parker Seale
Girls 100 m HH
Boys 110m HH Cade Lindsay
Boys 400m Briton Noskoff
Girls 800m Emily Hoey and Alyssa Perez
Girls 300m LH
Boys 300m IH
Girls 3200m Chloe Arriaga
Boys 3200m Jeff Kirwin
Girls 1600m Relay
Boys 1600m Relay
Boys Discus; Girls Shot Put 11:00 Rocki Bartholomew
Boys and Girls Long Jump 11:00 Josh Kunch, Alaina Gowern, Brittany Johnson, Hannah Nelli, Sydney Pink
Boys High Jump; Girls Pole Vault 11:00
Following the above (approx.) 1:30
Boys Shot Put; Girls Discus Rocki Bartholomew, Kaylee Fink, Kelsea Coyle
Boys and Girls Triple Jump Alaina Gowern and Brittany Johnson
Girls High Jump and Boys Pole Vault Cade Lindsay, Hannah Nelli and Sydney Pink
MORE INFO CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING SITE….CIF-Track and Field Bulletin
DIVISIONAL PRELIMINARIES INTO CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS
The nine (9) competitors with the best marks in each field event will qualify for the finals. In the running events, qualifying will be each heat winner plus the next fastest time to total nine (9) competitors advancing to the finals.
The Glendora track team did extremely well at the Baseline league finals last Friday evening. There were 16 athletes that qualified for CIF prelims, being held this coming Saturday, May 11th at Moorpark HS. The big surprise came from girl’s long jump, with 4 jumpers, 3 at-large, qualifying for the chance to move on to CIF finals the 18th of May. The following attachment lists the athletes that qualified in what events. CIF Qualifiers Baseline League
There were 5 GHS athletes crowned Baseline league champions on Friday. They were Rocki Bartholomew in Disc, Brittany Johnson in Triple Jump, Emily Hoey in the 800m and 1600m, Cade Lindsay in the 110HH, and Jeff Kirwin in the 3200m.
Some noteworthy performances came from Emily Hoey, doubling in the 800m and the 1600m. Also, Cade Lindsay ran the fastest time in school history in the 110HH, breaking a 42 year old record, set in 1971 by Todd Gordinier!! Cade is also ranked 2nd in Division 2 in the 110HH and 12th in Pole Vault.
The girl’s long jumpers, Brittany Johnson (17’11 3/4″), Hannah Nelli(17’2 1/2″), Alaina Gowern(17’1 1/2″) and Sydney Pink(16’10 1/2″) did personal best and all moved up on the TOP 10 LIST ALL-TIME.
Within the TOP 10 LIST ALL-TIME, Brittany Johnson moved from 6th to 3rd running 12.48. In the long jump, the girls listed about moved Hannah Nelli to 7th, Alaina Gowern to 8th and Sydney Pink at 10th. Brittany Johnson improves her mark at the 2nd spot. Josh Kunch broke into the 9th spot. Cade jumped from 6th to 1st in the 110HH! Here is the top 10 list. GHS Top 10
We advanced 6 boys in 7 spots and 10 girls in 16 spots. The lone boy that is doubling at CIF is Cade Lindsay in the 110HH and PV. The other boys advancing in single events are Josh Kunch in the LJ, Briton Noskoff in the 400m, Ryan Sanchez and Parker Seale in the 1600m, and Jeff Kirwin in the 3200m. For the girls, doubling we have Emily Hoey in the 800m and 1600m, Hannah Nelli and Sydney Pink in the HJ and LJ, Alaina Gowern and Brittany Johnson in the LJ and TJ, and last but not least, Rocki Bartholomew in the SP and Disc. Single event qualifiers are Kaylee Fink and Kelsea Coyle in Disc, Chloe Arriaga in the 3200m, Alyssa Perez in the 800m.
Last year, we were 7 athletes in 8 spots and 13 athletes in 16 spots, and that included a relay… and two years ago, in 2011, we were 4 in 5 and 7 in 9.
We are getting better. Let’s go Tartans!!
Parents, athletics, fans, and all who are interested, the Baseline League finals is set for tomorrow evening at 5:00pm at Los Osos HS. Schedule here…Order of Events League Finals. docThe field events start at 5:00pm, EXCEPT throwers. They start at 3:15. The throwers, and ONLY throwers get out of school early at 1:20 and leave at 1:45. The bus will return for a 3:15 departure for the remainder of the athletes competing. If you are interested in coming on the bus, there are 20 other seats available, but you need to text Coach Zabel, 6263991183, to secure a seat and you have to be on the track team to come on the bus.
The heats are set, and we have a number of athletes ranked #1 in their events, including Emily Hoey in the 800m and the 1600m, Rocki Bartholomew in the discus as well as Kaylee Fink and Brittany Johnson in the TJ. There are also some closely contested races that should be very exciting to watch.
The 1st race that should be closely contested is the girl’s 1600, running at approximately 5:15. Emily Hoey is certainly the favorite, but the 2nd and 3rd place runners are going to battle it out for a CIF spot. The race should be Hoeys’ race, but Micaela Lamb, Megan Trono, Cori Harral, Taylor Butler and Tori Whitworth will be battling it out against the two Los Osos girls in Alex Burkhart and Sarah Holloway. If any of our athletes run 5:07.75, they automatically qualify for CIF in Div 2.
The following race should be even more exciting, the boy’s 1600m!! Auto-qualifying time for Division 2 is 4:22.10. The boy’s 1600m should come down to Esposito of Rancho and three Glendora athletes in Mike Duke, Ryan Sanchez, and Parker Seale. All should be running sub 4:20′s. That race should go off at approximately 5:20 pm.
Another race, featuring two outstanding athletes, is the boy’s 110HH. Cade Lindsay in lane 6 and Victor Bolden of Los Osos in lane 5 will be battling for the league championship medal, both certainly will be running sub 15′s. Good luck Cade!!
The boy’s 400m will also be hotly contested. Miles Parish of Etiwanda should certainly take it, but on his inside is Briton Noskoff, the Russian Rocket, of Glendora. Noskoff and Upland’s Antonio Woodard will be right there at sub 50 seconds. Noskoff is currently ranked 6th all-time at GHS.
At approximately 6:40, the girls 800m will be run, where Glendora has 6 of the 12 athletes competing in the event and all 6 are ranked in the top six in league; Emily Hoey, Alyssa Perez, Kayla McGarrell, Samantha Brown, Danielle York, Madison Ko. It’s just a matter of who is going to beat whom at GHS. Kind of bitter sweet for us, unless these girls can run the automatic qualifying time of 2:17.81. That’s a tall order for a 4th place finisher. Good luck girls!!
The following race will be even tighter, the boy’s 800m. It’s a wide open race!! All of the Rancho runner’s will be battling the Glendora big 2, Mike Duke and Daniel Castro. The race should be won at 1:57 or below, it’s just a matter of who it will be?
The Russian Rocket, Briton Noskoff, will be in another dog fight in the boy’s 200m. Myle Parish will be battling it out with Myles Valentine for 1st and 2nd, but right behind those 2 will be Briton Noskoff, Aaron Thompson, and Antonio Woodard, all running 22.31, 22.31, and 22.42 respectively in prelims. Good luck Briton!!
The last 4 races are by far the toughest competing races. The boys’ and girls’ 3200 and the 4×400 relays will be dog fights!!
The girls 3200m, which should go off at about 7:45, will again be between Los Osos and Glendora. Our Micaela Lamb is now at full strength to truly find out if she would have beaten Los Osos’ Burkhart at the dual meet last week. Micaela, as well as Chloe Arriaga, Cori Harral, Tori Whitworth and Taylor Butler will be battling both Burkhart and Holloway for the 3 spots to go to CIF, unless they run the automatic qualifying time of 11:01.33. Another tall order for any of these athletes!!
The following race, the boy’s 3200m, will feature our seniors, Ryan Sanchez and Garrett Hernandez, our junior Parker Seale and our outstanding sophomore, Jeff Kirwin. They will be battling each other for 3 spots, unless they run the auto time of 9:28.40, which could be done. It would be great if they all run it!! Good luck boys!
The next race, the girl’s 4x400m relay will have special meaning to us at GHS. Our girls 4x400m relay will be running for a place in our record books and possible the top 4x400m relay in 30 years!! Freshman, Michelle Rios-Buza, will hand off to Megan Trono or Kayla McGarrell, to Alyssa Perez and then to Emily Hoey. They are looking to break 4:00 for the first time in school history and avenge the loss to Los Osos, just last week. Run like the wind girls, because Los Osos has run 4:01 as well. It should be exciting!!
The boy’s will be running for time as well, looking to climb up the record books at GHS from 6th, to who knows where? Automatic qualifying time is 3:24.64. They ran 3:24 at Mt. Sac and are looking to better that time tomorrow, with James Reyes leading off, Daniel Castro taking the baton to Mike Duke, and then to the Rocket, Briton Noskoff!! There are 4 schools all within 2 seconds of each other; Upland Los Osos, and Etiwanda should all be right there at the end, and it will be the best for the last!! Go Tartans!!
Here are the heat sheets for you to see…2013 league finals heats
Congratulations to the following athletes for qualifying in the Baseline League finals…Brittany Johnson(LJ, TJ, 100m), Michelle Rios-Buza(400m, 4×400, LJ, 4×100), Emily Hoey(800, 1600, 4×400), Alyssa Perez(800, 4×400), Danielle York(800, 2nd Alt 4×400), Samantha Brown(800), Kayla McGarrell(800, 4×400), Madison Ko(800), Taylor Butler(1600, 3200), Micaela Lamb(1600, 3200), Chloe Arriaga(1600, 3200), Megan Trono(1600, 1st Alt 4×400), Cori Harral(1600, 3200), Victoria Whitworth(1600,3200), Rae Valbuena(100hh, 300hh, 4×100), Sydney Carlson(100hh), Hannah Nelli(LJ, HJ), Martiana Porter(HJ, LJ, TJ), Sydney Pink(HJ, LJ), Kaylee Fink(Disc, Shot), Rocki Bartholomew(Disc, Shot), Kelsea Coyle(Disc, Shot), Daniela Ivory(Disc, Shot), Christine Karam(Disc), Ashley Cassidy(Disc, Shot), Alaina Gowern(LJ, TJ, 4×100), Hailey Pontes(TJ), Stephanie Tempangko(4×100), Cade Lindsay(LJ, TJ, 110HH, PV), Matt Wendling(PV), Thomas Ward(PV), Landon Welker(HJ, PV), Josh Kunch(LJ, 4×100), Briton Noskoff(LJ, 200, 400, 4×400), Peyton Terry(LJ, TJ), Travis England(Disc), Zach Stanfield(Shot, Disc), Mike Duke(800, 1600, 4×400), Daniel Castro(800, 4×400), Ryan Sanchez(1600, 3200), Parker Seale(1600, 3200), Jeff Kirwin(1600, 3200), Cole Lindsay(300IH), Quintin Bates(HJ), Michael Duchetta(4×100, 400, 4×400 1st Alt), James Reyes(400, 4×400), Garrett Hernandez(3200), Sam Johnny(3200), Noah Holmes(4×100), Chris Chow(4×100) and Oliver Kashyap(3200). Here are the results from yesterday’s competition. 2013 prelim results tuesday
The At-Large division 2 standards for CIF are on the following CIF posted document on pages 23. 2013 At-Large Automatic Standards What does this mean? If a Glendora athlete doesn’t place 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in his or hers respective event during league FINALS, but does exceptionally well in that race or event, then CIF has accounted for these athletes by posting a mark that allows that athlete to advance to CIF prelims at
Trabuco Hills HS. Moorpark HS. CIF has also posted a minimum CIF qualifying mark for 2nd and 3rd place athletes in league finals. If the 2nd or 3rd place athlete doesn’t hit the minimum standard, then they are not allowed to advance to CIF prelims at Trabuco Hills HS Moorpark HS, which is posted on page 22 on the same document listed above.