Boys – Track

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SCHS BOYS TRACK TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR
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The league started as the CCAL or Coast Counties Athletic League. The larger schools formed the A league and the smaller schools were normally in the B league. This changed back and forth during the years, which are not dealt with here. One can find that information at the top of each all sports coverage by years section.

By 1965 the league felt that MBL Monterey Bay League would be a better or more appropriate name for the league and it was changed.

In 1972 the MBL grew too large for one league, so the league was divided into the North Division, Santa Cruz County schools in one league and Monterey and San Benito county schools in the South Division.

In 1976, the schools in Santa Cruz county thought their league would be more appropriately called, the Santa Cruz County Athletic League (SCCAL) and at this time the leagues were split off. Monterey and San Benito county schools retained the MBL or Monterey Bay League name.

YEAR PLACEING AND SCORING
1916 League meet scoring: SC 41, Salinas 27, King City 17, Hollister 17, Pacific Grove 12, Monterey 3. SC has won the league track title eleven times in the previous twelve meets.
1917 Second to Salinas
1918 Champs
1919 Champs
1920 Hollister won. This is only the third time in sixteen years the Cards did not win. The league is now a full fledged member of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)
The governing body of California high schools.
1921 Third
1922 Salinas won, SC second
1923 Champs (North Coast Section) NCS Fourth 17 points
1924 Champs NCS Fourth
1925 Hollister won, SC second
1926 Hollister won, SC second
1927 Champs
1928 Champs
1941 Third NCS 1.5 points for twelfth place
1942 Second NCS 4 points for tenth place
1943 No sports, because of World War II
1944 Third
1945 Fourth
1946 Fourth
1947 CO-Champions with Pacific Grove NCS 32 points. Cass Bly was first Cards to qualify for CIF (STATE)
1948 ?
1949 Seventh NCS one point
1950 Seventh NCS 3 points and CIF
1951 Fourth NCS 10 points and CIF
1952 Fifth NCS 10 points. CIF
1953 Ninth Last
1954 Seventh
1955 Fifth
1956 Last 0-6 in league, but three wins outside of league
1957 Eighth Third 3-3 in league dual meets
1958 Sixth NCS
1959 Seventh
1960 Fifth
1961 Sixth
1962 Fifth NCS 4 points
1963 Eleventh Last
1964 Fifth
1965 Third
1966 Fifth Central Coast Section (CCS) Division III fourth. CIF (STATE) 0 pts
1967 Third CCS 10 points, CIF 0 Won Dads Relays of 19 teamss
1968 Fifth CCS Region III second place. CIF
Over the last five seasons the team has broken all but three school records. This year three track men have received college scholarships.
1969 Fourth Second in CCS
1970 Seventh 1-5 dual meets. CCS 5 points
1971 Only two participants in league meet
1972 Seventh
1973 not good
1974
1975 not many participants
1976 More participants, but no records
1977 Third With the total all four teams ( boys and girls varsity, frosh-soph and JV) SC came in third. Placed at CCS
1978 Fourth Placed at CCS
1979
1980 Fifth league meet. 3-3 in dual meets. TWO RUNNERS TO CCS
1981 Second
1982 Seventh last place
1983 Seventh last place
1984 Fourth
1985
1986 Kurt Hodges went to the STATE meet
1987 Fourth league meet. 5-2 in dual meets
1988 Third Won CCS Region IV meet
1989 Third Won CCS Region IV meet
1990 Second Dual meets 6-1. Won CCS Region IV meet. Third at CCS
1991 Second 5-1 league dual meets. 7-1 overall. CCS Region IV fifth place.
Victor Lang to STATE
1992 Second 5-1 league dual meets. 6-1 dual overall
1993 Champions league dual meets 6-0. Participated CCS South Trials and CCS finals
1994 Champions league dual meets 6-0.
1995 Sixth League dual meets 0-4
1996 Less than second League dual meets 2-3 with Harbor missing
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010 Champions with the girls for the first time ever. Represented at CCS and STATE.

SCHS TRACK RECORDS UP TO 1955
(Doc: BOYS TRACK records up to 1955)

SC STATE TRACK MEDALISTS

By place, name, event and year

PL NAME EVENT YEAR
2 John Caldwell Javelin 1925
4 Clive Stevenson Hurdles 1928
2 Les Voorhees Mile 1932
3 Darold Young 800 yards 1935
5 Larry MacLean 120 Hurdles 1938
5 Larry MacLean 220 low hurdles 1938

Last County State Champion: 2005, Julie Dufresne, Harbor, shot put 47-07.50

Source: www.dyestatcal.com

The Trident had the SCHS track records up to this year 1955.

VARSITY

100 yard dash Angell, :10.2, 1939
220 yard dash Kranich and Walker, :23.5, 1947
440 yard dash Bly, :51.2, 1947
880 yard run Young, 1:59.0, 1935
1 mile Voris, 4:35.2, 1932
180 yard low hurdles Burkett and Johnson, :21.5, 1947; Cheney, 1952
880 relay Orr, Crowley, Bly, Kranich, 1:33.9, 1947
High jump Ford, 5’10”, 1933; Dixon, 1940
Broad jump Peterson, 20’11”, 1931
Pole vault Hall, 11’10”, 1946
Shot Put Cheney, 53’4 1/2”, 1952
Discus Jenkins, 118′ 5 _”, 1946

LIGHTWEIGHTS

75 yard dash Jordan, :08.2, 1948; Pagnini, 1952; Silva, 1954
150 yard dash Pagnini, :16.1, 1952; Silva, :15.3, 1954
330 yard dash Bly, :38.2, 1954
660 yard dash Wright, 1:28.7, 1947
1320 yard run Forbes, 3:24.0, 1954
120 yard low hurdles Macauley, :14.0, 1942
70 yard high hurdles–no record
440 yard relay Antonelli, Hackbarth, Macauley, Stiffler, :46.0, 1942
High Jump Macauley, 5’7 _”, 1938
Broad Jump Macauley, 21′ 1 _”, 1942
Pole vault Dotta, 10′ 6”, 1934; Williams, 1939; Puget 1940; Migues, 1947
Shot Put Torchio, 49’10 _”, 1939
Discus Braverman, 119′ 8 _”, 1938

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS FOR SCHS ATHLETES
FROM 1965 BY SCCAL COMMISSIONER PAT LOVELL
patlovell@comcast.net
(Doc: BOYS TRACK records 1965 on)

COVERS THE BEST TIME AND FIELD EVENT FOR WHOLE SEASON

The information is listed by event, name of participant, year in school, time or distance and the place in the county records up to 2010.

BOYS EVENTS in any competition, not just league

4×100 relay, no names, 1969, 43.84, fourth
400 meter, Brandon Slack, 2002, 48.88, fourth
100 meter, Kurt Hodges, 1987, 10.64, first
300 Low Hurdles, Jimmy Meyers, 1994, 38.04, first
200 meters, Kurt Hodges, 1987, 21.44, first
High Jump, Mike Jones, 1989, 6.06, fourth
Pole Vault, Paul Friedenback, 1990, 15.00, first
Long Jump, Mike Jones, 1990, 23.05.75, third
Triple Jump, Taylor Kientzel, 2010, 48.02, first

GIRLS EVENTS in any completion, not just league

High jump, Mercedes Blair, 1988, 5.05, third
Triple jump, Giana Tinetti, 2010, 37-07.25, fourth

FOR JUST SCCAL FINALS

TOP MARKS FROM SCCAL TRACK FINALS FROM THE START OF THE SCCAL, from first through fourth places for SC athletes.

The information is listed by event, name of participant, year in school, time or distance and the place up to four places through 2010.

BOYS EVENTS in just the SCCAL finals

4×100 relay: no runners or date listed, but a time of 43.24 for third place and 43.34 for fourth place.
400 meters: Mike Jones, 49.64, 1990, fourth
100 meters: Reggie Stephens, 10.84, 1993, first; Andre Wilkes, 11.05, 1999, second; Aaron Longinotti, 11.13, 1990, third; Kurt Hodges, 11.14, 1987, fourth
300 low hurdles: Shields, 39.04, 1990, first; James Meyer, 39.64, 1994, second.
200 meters: Daoud Anthony, 22.19, 2010, second; Mike Jones, 22.24, 1990, third
4×400 relay: 3:25.20, 2004, first; 3:26.65, 2003, third.
High jump: Chris Francis, 6.05, 1984, fourth
Pole vault: Paul Friedenbach, 14.09.50, 1990, first
Long jump: Peter Van Sant, 23-01, 2004, fourth
Triple jump: Taylor Kientzel, 46.04.25, 2010, second

GIRLS EVENTS in just the SCCAL finals

4×100 relay: 49.74, 2005, first place; 49.81, 2003, second
100 high hurdles: Gretchen Haussler, 15.02, 2003, first
100 meters: Olivia Morgan, 12.62, 2006, second
800 meters: Elle Sanders, 2.16.49, 2009, fourth
200 meters: Olivia Morgan, 25.55, 2006, third
Triple jump: Ginna Tinetti, 37-06.50, 2010, second

 

 

SCHS BOYS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR
(Doc: BOYS TRACK CC)

In 1972 the MBL grew too large for one league, so the league was divided into the North Division, Santa Cruz County schools in one league and Monterey and San Benito county schools in the South Division.

In 1976, the schools in Santa Cruz county thought their league would be more appropriately called, the Santa Cruz County Athletic League and at this time the leagues were split off. Monterey and San Benito county schools retained the MBL or Monterey Bay League name.

YEAR LEAGUE RECORD, PLACE, NOTES
1960 SC WAS THIRD IN LEAGUE OUT OF FIVE SCHOOLS THAT STARTED CROSS COUNTY.
1961 middle
1962 Last
1963 Last
1964 Third
1965
1966
1967
1968 0-4 Last
1969
1970 1-?
1971 4-3
1972 Fifth
1973 Fifth Placed seventh at CCS
1974
1975
1976 Fifth
1977 Champs
1978 3-2 Champs
1979 Third Placed second to Watsonville at CCS Region IV meet
1980 4-0 Champs Took eight place against 100 schools at CCS
1981
1982 Fourth Qualified for CCS Region IV meet
1983 Fourth
1984 1-5 Sixth, Last
1985 Third Went to CCS
1986 Second Second at CCS Region IV
1987 6-2 Second
1988 4-2 Fourth Qualified for CCS Division II Sub-Section Meet, seeded higher than any other SCCAL school
1989 Third Competed at CCS as individuals
1990
1991 2-4 Team fifth at CCS Region III. Nate Johnson picked up points for SC at the CCS Division III finals taking third place and also at the State Division III meet taking fifth place
1992 Fourth
1993 4-2 Third
1994 4-1 Third Ninth at CCS Division III
1995 Sixth
1996 4-4 Sixth
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

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