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Keith Chann
04-25-2013, 11:57 AM
Trying to stir up some volume for the message board while my kids are doing some classwork!

What is it going to take to advance to Division 3 finals in the boys distance races? I have the times from the last 7 year for each event as far as what has advanced to finals (By the way I think this is the time that should be used for at large rather than the time that was a specific place at the Finals race. We should see what times can advance to Finals to admit people into CIF prelims).

800m
2006 - 1:59.41
2007 - 1:59.02
2008 - 2:00.53
2009 - 2:00.26
2010 - 1:59.36
2011 - 1:58.60
2012 - 1:57.01

1600m
2006 - 4:26.16
2007 - 4:24.33
2008 - 4:26.20
2009 - 4:27.93
2010 - 4:24.72
2011 - 4:24.15
2012 - 4:19.53

3200m
2006 - 9:48.47
2007 - 9:46.87
2008 - 9:38.46
2009 - 9:42.49
2010 - 9:30.17
2011 - 9:30.52
2012 - 9:26.17


Will the downward trend continue?

rnrdad
04-25-2013, 03:01 PM
To advance:

1:56.13 800
4:16.24 1600
9:23.56 3200

Martin Pennell
05-17-2013, 08:55 AM
2012 was a VERY SPECIAL year in D3. 2013 saw:

1:58.19 800
4:21.32 1600
9:38.29 3200

As your Finals qualifiers.

On a side note... Jurupa Hills WOW! THeir #3 SOPH at 9:38.39... That is ridiculous. Future looks bright out there. We all know the effect talented twins can have on a team but then when you add another stud in the same class... Could we see another Valdes-Valdes-Phillips situation?

Keith Chann
05-17-2013, 10:51 AM
Jurupa Hills WOW! THeir #3 SOPH at 9:38.39... That is ridiculous. Future looks bright out there.

Thanks Martin, just what I need, another reminder!! Not only in my division but my league as well!

Devon and Britton Reed are actually better than 9:38. One has already run 9:33 and they were not pushing for the finish line and got passed for the final transfer spot!

RichEde
05-17-2013, 01:07 PM
The at-large mark is determined by the average time of the last finals qualifier from the previous 3 years.

lbxcart
05-17-2013, 07:21 PM
so just wondering... what happens when the 9th place runner is DNF or somebody gets DQ'd how do they (CIF-SS advisory) determine the average for the 9th place finisher?

lbxcart
05-17-2013, 07:26 PM
Rich-
I believe what Keith is suggesting is the CIF-SS "At Large" should be determined from the 3 year average of the 9th place qualifier from ss-prelims instead of the 9th place mark from cif-ss divisional finals. I've notice since I've been a athlete/fan/coach that at times the 9th place finisher sometimes "tanks" at finals and their mark is considerably off from what they performed earlier in the week

Keith-
It is a valid suggestion, I know we chatted about it @ league finals of how to determine "at large" qualifiers