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Friday Sweeps
Girls Individual:
Melissa Grelli 18:01, Corona del Mar 42 (Presentation 42)
Girls Team: Raquel Barrientos 17:58, San Lorenzo Valley 71
Boys Individual: Andrew Tachius 15:30, Woodcrest Christian 78 (Arroyo 79)
Boys Team: Alex Dunn 15:00, Barstow 87.

Saturday 7:15 am: Div 1-2 sweepstakes, 9:45 am to 10:45 am
There are 88 races Friday afternoon and all day Saturday, but the elite focus is on the 8 sweepstakes races -- team and individual, boys and girls. The single sweeps across Divisions 3-4-5 on Friday is new this year. So is clearing the course for the sweeps (regular races go off 8 minutes apart, with three races on the course at all times). Top individuals the last 3 years have been Yong-Song Leal, J.J. Duke, Josh Spiker, Amber Trotter, Anita Siraki, and Sara Bei.

San Lorenzo Valley was the hit of Friday's session, winning the Division 3-4-5 girls team sweepstakes and having the two fastest runners of the day: Alex Dunn and Raquel Barrientos.


THIS WEEK - results, rankings, and other current news
(alphabetical by state)

AR Chile Pepper Invitational - Russellville AR sr Chase Feltner 15:08 5K. Edmond Memorial OK boys 80. Beth Madson, Lake Hamilton AR 14:38 4k. Broken Arrow OK girls 103.

California on DyeStatCal
Results - rankings - previews -
NEW: Foot Locker West preview by Mike Kennedy -
updated 10/24 - Mike tabs Zoe Nelson and Lauren Jespersen as favorites.

Orange County Championships Woodbridge jr Michael Hadden (left) 14:37 3m takes down 1984 course record of William Feliciano. Dana Hills boys win team title. Esperanza sr Allison Costello (right) 17:30 leads team to girls title.

photos by Bill Leung

Monterey Bay Invitational - Fastest of big 2-day meet are San Lorenzo Valley jr Alex Dunn 15:24 and Presentation jr Melissa Grelli 18:15 (Ruth Graham 18:17 in a different race). Fastest team times were run by North Monterey County boys and Gunn Palo Alto girls.
Sensational Seven - XC Analyzer rates top 7 in California by grade.
DyeStatCal Athlete of the Week
Girls: Laguna Creek jr Rachel Bryan. Boys: Rio Mesa sr Phillip Reid
DyeStatCal Coach of the Week
Girls: Rob Collins, San Lorenzo Valley. Boys: Don Burnette, Orange

Teresa McWalters, a home schooled senior from San Francisco, ran second against college runners in 17:51 5k in the Santa Clara University Bronco Invitational at Crystal Springs, Belmont.

CO 5A Regional - Megan Kaltenbach back on top with split second win over sister Kate and US#4 Smoky Hill girls a big winner with 22 points in Colorado's toughest regional. Smoky Hill sr Brent Vaughn goes wire to wire in boys race, with team title going to Colorado #1 Denver West 61.

FL Pre-State - Ricky Quintana's highlights:
"Jenny Barringer
of Oviedo had the fastest time of the day in the Girl's open race. Looked amazing. Laura Bowerman crushed a tired looking Elly Kabboord. Kabboord has not had a break from racing all season. The girls' race came down to the stretch run. Spanish River was able to hold off Bishop Kenny, 88-94.
"The boy's race was won by Steven Hassen. Hassen went out hard and was nearly caught in the final 50 meters by a hard charging Sam Vazquez. Bishop Kenny crushed Winter Park for the boy's title."

GA Banks Oil Last Chance Inv - Wesleyan GA sweeps individual honors with seniors Cristan Duvall 15:44 5k (Ashenafi Arega 15:48) and Lauren Blankenship 18:42.

IN Regionals - Lawrence North Indianapolis IN sr Nef Araia 15:22 5k on wet muddy course at Brebeuf; Araia still undefeated this season. Next up: big Semi-State showdown with US#6 Columbus North (Christian Wagner) and Carmel.

KS Kansas week by Anthony Bozarth Oct 26 - big regional day looms, including "super regional" at Emporia with 7 of top 10 teams in Kansas.

KS Kansas week by Anthony Bozarth - Lawrence boys, #1 ranked Kansas 6A team, won on a cold, muddy day with 63 points in the Sunflower League, Kansas' largest conference, with several other ranking teams on hand. Dylan McClain 16:17 5k and Andy Stuble 16:27 gave Lawrence a 1-2 punch. Shawnee Mission South jr Connie Abbott won the girls race in 11:30 2-mile, fastest of a big day of league meets in Kansas. Kansas 6A defending champ and #1 all season Shawnee Mission Northwest girls won with 45 points.

KY North Hardin Invitational - "Neither the rain, the mud, the 20-mph winds, or a hard fall could stop Kentucky's Bobby Curtis from victory in a classic cross-country duel with Missouri’s Adam Perkins as two of the country’s top runners went head-to-head ." Sacred Heart KY jr Maddie Schueler wins girls race. Team titles go to South Oldham boys (over a split St. Xavier squad) and Sacred Heart (by 1 point over KY #1 Campbell County. - Charles Zimmerman reports.

It takes 17:59 5k for Mercy Academy soph Carmen Mims (L) to beat Sacred Heart jr Maddie Schueler 18:06

Louisville girls stage a barnburner at Academy meet

story and photos by Charles Zimmerman Jr

Sacred Heart's stellar freshman Leah Ryan (R) was 3rd in 18:07

MD Harford County Ch. - C. M. Wright swept team and individual titles. Senior Pat Bailey 15:23 3m led the boys 19 (1-2-3-5-8) with his third straight Harford County championship. Soph Kelli Buck 18:10 led the girls 27 (1-2-7-8-9) in course record time.
MD Baltimore County Championships - Dulaney swept the team titles, with the girls winning for the 13th straight year.

MI OK Red Conference - In her first race in 6 weeks after being sidelined with a hip injury, Rockford jr Nikki Bohnsack won in 18:55 5k on a rainy, cold day. Rockford girls scored a perfect 15 to finish conference season 7-0.
MI OAA League, Oakland - US#10 Clarkston girls 29 ended Adams Rochester's 5-year reign in this league with a 1-5-6-7-10 showing led by soph Liz Mengyan 18:29 5k.

Nevada has hills
. . . and rocks too.

Josh Corder navigates a mountainous course at Carson City (5300 feet elevation) to win a Carson 3-way in 18:00 5k. Not a great time, you say, until you try to run these rocky mountain courses.

photo by Nevada TrackStats


NV Southern Nevada League Championships - Centennial soph Blake Schotzhauer 15:20 3m. Cimarron-Memorial sr Natasha Wicks 17:49.

NY New York Week on - Chris Platt (12:38.4) leads Haddonfield to Eastern title in competitive team race. Pennsylvania's Cardinal O'Hara takes girls A race; Haddonfield's
V. Wright is day's fastest at 15:04.2 over 2.5m.
NY Saratoga Bank Classic - The home schooled McDougal brothers of Peru NY finished 1st and 4th overall all ages. Jr Joshua won in 15:03 5k and soph Jordan was 4th in 15:38.

OH Regionals - Lancaster: Davidson Hilliard sweeps, US#4 boys 39 and girls 44; Reynoldsburg jr John Ealy 15:55 5k; Coffman Dublin sr Emily King 18:54. Troy: LaSalle Cincinnati boys 75 (St. Xavier 80, Midwest #9 Middletown 104); Fairfield jr John Dixon 15:50; Minster jr Sunni Olding 18:57.

OR Districts

Mt. Hood: Central Catholic Portland OR jr Galen Rupp 15:16 5k (left), winning by 35 seconds and breaking course record by 19 seconds in a solo route. Centennial 29 won the boys team title. St. Mary's Academy sr Margaret Frank 19:05 led her team to an easy victory with 21 points.
Metro: Southridge sr Patrick Werhane 15:30 5k missed the course record at Tuialatin Valley, Beaverton by only 1 second.

PA Pennsylvania Week by Don Rich
Northeast #2 Wyomissing girls cruise behind one-two Amy-Debbie Huss performances of 18:50-18:54. Miller twins get the best of Clark twins in Lebanon-Lancaster League battle, with Craig/Brad going 1st and 6th, and Pat/Ben going 2nd and 8th. Jesi & Jed Christiansen win comfortably. Hickory girls nip Slippery Rock and Mercer. West Middlesex uses 40-second spread to dominate. Brian and Eric Soder lead Harbor Creek to Erie County Championships. Parkland girls, 2000 AAA State Champs, beat 2001 State Champs Allentown Central Catholic for 2nd time in two weeks. Henderson takes Ches-Mont League behind Gottesfeld-Williams tie. Sam Bair experiences breathing problems and fades after mile at Tri-State Coaches Invitational.Ian Fitzgerald win. Taranto girls' champ. Fuller holds off Philbin at Mid-Penn Champs. Blood wins AA.

RI 20th Brown Invitational - Bromfield MA sr Ari Lambie and Bay Shore NY soph Laura Cummings break Natasha Roetter's meet record. Greely ME jr Ben True also breaks meet record. Northeast #8 Columbia NY girls beat Northeast #5 Hopewell Valley NJ. Northeast #5 Christian Brothers Academy NJ boys beat Northeast #8 Bishop Hendricken RI.

UT State Meet - Orem sr Amber Harper 17:52 3m was fastest of the day and led her team (1, 6, 7, 15, 19) to a 48-51 win over US#13 Mountain View (1, 6, 7, 15, 19) in class 4A, with the issue going down to the fifth runner. Weber sr Steve Shepherd 15:36 won boys class 5A in the fastest time of the day (Mike Steele, Mountain View 15:39), but US#2 Mountain View was the best team of the day, winning class 4A with 27 points (1, 2, 4, 9, 11) and beating US#14 Davis, the class 5A champion, in combined scoring 65-98.

VT Middlebury jr Amanda Bodette 17:59 5k.

WA S. Puget Sound Lake League - Auburn Riverside WA sr Carl Moe 15:15 5k, winning by 49 seconds and breaking Chris Lukezic's 1-year-old record at Spanaway Park by 13 seconds.

WI Wisconsin Valley Conference - Stevens Point sr Chris Solinsky 15:28 5k to win third straight conference title. Only Stevens Point runner to do better was Suzy Favor, who won four straight.
WI UW-Parkside Invitational - Chaska MN freshman Bria Wetsch, running unattached, was 13th against college runners in 18:34 5k, which would have placed her 8th in last year's Foot Locker Midwest regional on the same course.

WY Conference Meets - Campbell County (Gillette) WY swept team titles at the Northern 4A Conference in Casper for the 16th straight year; the boys (21 points) are ranked US#17 in The Harrier. Individual titles went to Natrona fr Sarah Balfour 18:37 5k and Campbell County's Andrew Jones 16:24.

Montana-Wyoming BorderWar
The coaches of Montana and Wyoming announce the first annual Montana-Wyoming BorderWar to take place Nov 2 at Sheridan WY. The site will alternate between the two states. The top 30 runners from each state will participate in the event, patterned after the Washington-Oregon BorderClash, now in its 4th year at Nike World Headquarters, Beaverton OR.

The Harrier rankings #3
10/14/02 -- Marc Bloom's third Super 25 of the season keeps The Woodlands TX boys and Saratoga Springs NY girls as national leaders. The Woodlands held the top spot despite the disqualification of their top 2 runners at Charlotte that gave #2 Mountain View UT the Great American Race of Champions title. Eight new teams moved into the top 10: Boys - 4. Davidson Hilliard OH, 6. Columbus North IN, 7. Milford MI, and 10. Roosevelt DesMoines IA. Girls - 2. Jenks OK, 3. Sultana Hesperia CA, 8. Mountain Pointe AZ, and 10. Clarkston MI. The Harrier top 10 national and top 5 regional teams [next rankings due Nov 4]

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Last Week

30th Manhattan College Invitational
10/12/02 at Van Cortlandt Park, New York City - 2.5 miles - rain, 65 degrees predicted
DyeStat on-site coverage
| Pix Pages: BOYS - GIRLS
Saratoga girls - Nicole Blood
Shenendehowa boys - Brendan Fennell

All-day rain turned parts of the course into ankle-high mud, but it didn't stop the rugby players next door and it didn't stop 9,000 high school runners. US#1 Saratoga NY girls crushed the Eastern States Championship field with a 24 point score, 89 points ahead of runner-up Argyle, 3rd ranked team in the Northeast. Saratoga freshman Nicole Blood won easily in 14:25.4, 10th best on the all-time Manhattan list despite the conditions. Pearl River sr Brendan Fennell was easily the fastest boy of the day at 12:30.2, 13th on the all-time list, and observors thought he would have had a top 5 time on a dry day. US#11 Shenendehowa boys had the fastest average team time at 13:15.8.

California on DyeStatCal
Results - rankings - previews - Mt. SAC sweeps entries
Clovis Invitational - Laguna Creek jr Rachel Bryan blasts out to 56-second win in 17:43 5k on tough California state meet course in Woodward Park, Fresno. Canyon Country girls 79 dump US#8 Dana Hills 132. Liberty Christian sr Tim Nelson 15:09 downs Duarte jr Mohamed Trafeh and Rio Mesa sr Philip Reid, both timed in 15:15. US#12 Poly Long Beach boys 93 are easy winner of boys championship race.
Caitlin Chock talks about her great 17:15 at Crystal Springs; she beat mom's record!
Foot Locker West preview 10/10 - by Mike Kennedy. Favorite lists and highlights of past week's races by favorites.
DyeStatCal Athlete of the Week
: Oak Ridge jr Natalie White. Boys: Helix La Mesa jr Babey Wagnew
DyeStatCal Coach of the Week
Doyle O'Regan, Piedmont. Boys: Jim Duarte, Barstow

CO Centennial League - Smoky Hill soph Katelyn Kaltenbach 19:02 5k won her second straight meet as big sister Megan Kaltenbach, still ailing with bronchitis, fell back to fifth in the last 1000 meters. "When Megan is healthy I would have no chance against her," Katelyn told a local newspaper.

FL Deja Vu Inv - Torrid boys team battle as US#22 Bishop Kenny Jacksonville nips Chiles Tallahassee, 73-74, with South #9 Winter Park FL a close third with 80 points. The individual title went to Vanguard Ocala sr Steven Hassen 15:04 over Bishop Kenny sr Ryder Leary 15:11. Maclay FL jr Ryan Deak, suffering from stomach problems, faded to fifth. Deja Vu coverage on Results on

IA Roosevelt DesMoines fr Hannah Roeder 15:11 4k winning the Central Iowa Metro League, her second win of the season with a season best of 14:24.

ID Idaho Week by Brett Hill - Highland's Matt Knopf 15:34 beat Skyline sr David Jankowski 16:03 in a showdown of Idaho's two best runners, but Skyline won thje team title of the Tiger-Grizz meet. Karley Meikle 19:17 led Hillcrest to the girls title with 69 points.

IL Weekly Report by - Normal West sr Meghan Braffet 17:17 3m for 37-second win over strong field at Wheeling Inv. Illinois #1 and US#18 Carl Sandburg girls 30 dominate Blackhawk Stampede by 78 points over runnerup Naperville Central. State now moves into county and conference championships. Andrew jr Matt Withrow 14:36 3m to run away with Rich Central Inv.

IN Weekly Report by - Conference week in the Hoosier State! Indiana #1 and US#6 Columbus North boys win Conference Indiana, led by jr Christian Wagner's course record 15:43 5k. Indiana #2 Columbus North girls 41 made it a sweep over four other top 25 teams, led by jr Julie Eckerly 15:01 4k. New Haven boys win first ever Northeast Hoosier Conference title. Freshman Leslie Getts leads Dekalb to girls title with 14:45 4k. In Duneland Conference, Indiana #1 and US#9 Valparaiso girls 23 with 6 of top 8 spots led by jr Racheal Marchand 14:39 4k over previously unbeaten Chesterton jr Cassie Peller 15:04.
IN Lawrence North Indianapolis IN sr Nef Araia 15:33 5k stayed undefeated this season with a 28-second win in the Metro Inter Conference.

MI News Herald Inv, Riverview - Allen Park sr Jackie Gaydos 17:54 5k, winning by 90 seconds and leading her team to first win in this meet in 26 years.

KS Kansas week by Anthony Bozarth - Liz Kramer, of Maize KS, outkicks Clearwater KS soph Mallory Champa, both timed in 11:49 2m, in Salina Inv. Shawnee Hts jr Trisha Nickoley 11:55 2m wins Topeka City championship. Kansas #2 Emporia boys 66 win El Dorado Inv by 87 points.

Lindsay Van Alstine injured - New Jersey star, a Foot Locker finalist last year, may have run her last HS cross-country race. After winning in convincing fashion at last week's Shore Coaches meet, Lindsay experienced upper leg pains during her warmdown and, when they persisted, went in for a medical checkup. A preliminary diagnosis of a stress fracture in her femur was made, but she will be examined again this week. (from Ed Grant and Paul Schwartz)

NM Oct 8 Coaches Poll - Nationally ranked Albuquerque Academy boys and Los Alamos girls still undefeated and #1.
NM Mid-Season Report - Gallup boys and girls favored to win 5A state titles. Class 4A is dominated by Albuquerque Academy boys, undefeated in 2 years, and Los Alamos girls, undefeated this season. Good interdivisional competition still on tap at Albuquerque City Championships Oct 19 and Los Alamos Inv Oct 25.

NY State girls rankings Week 5 - Saratoga, Honeoye Falls-Lima, Bayport-Bluepoint, and Argyle top A-B-C-D lists.
State boys rankings Week 4 - A-B-C-D leaders are Shenendehowa, East Aurora, Sauquoit Valley, and East Rochester.
NYC Boys Rankings Week 5 - Monsignor Farrell is the city leader.

OH Districts - Minster jr Sunni Olding 18:04 5k at Spencerville. LaSalle Cincinnati boys 31 for their second straight Cincinnati district title. Turpin Cincinnati jr Carolyn Rauen 17:43 5k avenged an early season loss to Mason Cincinnati fr Angela Bizzari 17:46, with both well under the Cincinnati district meet recorfd (Lindsay Zinn 18:08). Taylor Cinci fr Emily Thompson won a different division at Cincinnati in 18:07. At Groveport, Coffman Dublin sr Emily King 17:57 5k; Davidson Hilliard soph Melissa Horner was 18:10 in a different division.

OR Summit Inv, Bend - South Eugene OR soph Erin Gray 18:49 5k was a 33-second winner over Hood River Valley jr Christy Paul, who held second by 0.9 second over Sunset freshman Samone Brockett. Klamath Falls OR sr Lauren Jespersen 16:05 won by 9 seconds over jr teammate Kevin Pellegrino, but US#13 Mead WA 82 won the team title.
Mount Hood Conference - Portland Central Catholic jr Galen Rupp runs an "effortless" 15:24 5k to beat Alec Wall, Joaquin Chapa, and Mike McGrath by 20 seconds and break course by 33 seconds. Shannon McKenzie and Analiese Chapa stage a barn burner, with McKenzie winning at the wire. First-person report

US#9 Thomas Jefferson Alexandria VA boys travel out of sniper territory and grab big William Tennent Inv with 32 points (2-3-5-10-12-18-21). Another Virginia runner, Jamestown sr Jonna Reinhardt, edged Jefferson's Christo Landry for the individual title, 15:01 to 15:03. Jamestown was at the Tennent last year when Bryce Ruiz tied Dan Coval's meet record. Jefferson went looking for a meet after cancellation of the Glory Days Inv

Hershey High School v. Angie Saterstad
HERSHEY PA 10/11/02 -- The possible sale of the Hershey Company is not the only bittersweet controversy in this company town this year. Hershey High School senior Angie Saterstad, who spent her summer winning the USATF Junior Olympics 3000 meters in Omaha (above) and vacationing in Ocean City with her parents, is being barred from the school's cross country team because she missed a few pre-season practices in August. Story and commentsat Manassas VA, near two of the ten Beltway Sniper shootings in the last 10 days. Story and photo

TX Texas A&M Invitational - Cinco Ranch Katy TX jr Kyle Miller 15:47 5k, remaining unbeaten this year. Cy-Falls sr Calandra Stewart 18:59 wins a rare 5K for Texas girls (they run 3200 meters usually) over favored Langham Creek sr Brittany Brockham, who held big lead before collapsing near the finish and recovering to stumble across the line for 2nd in 19:12. Kingwood's US#9 boys 37 and US#22 girls 34 swept the team titles.

UT Region 7 at Orem - Orem UT sr Amber Harper 16:54 3m became the second fastest in the US at 3 miles this season (Zoe Nelson 16:43). Great American winner Mike Steele, Mountain View, won the boys race in a swift 14:37.

WI Rapids Invitational - Stevens Point WI sr Chris Solinsky 15:13 5k.

WY Bryant-Johnson Memorial - Andrew Jones, Gillette WY, won wire to wire in 16:14 5k on a cool, windy day at 5,000 feet, leading Gillette 27 to the team title. Riverton WY jr Nikki Peterson, who raced in Nevada last year, pulled away late from Byron WY fr Emily Higgins to win, 19:08 to 19:40. Casper soph Sara Balfour dropped out after a mid-race collision with Higgins. Gillette girls 55 completed a sweep for their school.

DyeStat Foot Locker Favorites - Start with the top returning runners from last year's meet, add the best mile and 2-Mile times last spring, and mix with care. You have the DyeStat Foot Locker Favorites, our picks of the top 20 contenders per region for the coveted 8 tickets to San Diego for the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships national finals.

DyeStat Featured Meets
Meets that will be covered in depth by DyeStat in 2002-2003
* = DyeStat on-site meet

  • * Sep 7 - Midwest Meet of Champions, Hilliard OH
  • * Sep 21 - Iolani Invitational, Kualoa HI
  • * Sep 27-28 - Great American Cross Country Festival, Charlotte NC
  • * Oct 5 - Portage Invitational - Portage MI
  • * Oct 12 - Manhattan Invitational, Van Cortlandt Park, NYC
  • * Oct 25-26 - Mt. SAC Invitational, Walnut CA
  • * Nov 17 - OR-WA BorderClash, Nike World Headquarters, Beaverton OR
  • INDOOR 2003
  • * Dec 21 - Bishop Loughlin Games - New York Armory
  • * Dec 27 - Holiday Classic - New York Armory
  • * Jan 11 - Hispanic Games - New York Armory
  • * Jan 25 - New Balance Games - New York Armory
  • * Feb 7 - Millrose Games - Madison Square Garden NYC
  • * Feb 8 - Colgate Women's Games - Madison Square Garden NYC
  • * Feb 13-15 - Simplot Games - Pocatello ID
  • * Mar 15-16 - Nike Indoor Classic - Landover MD
  • OUTDOOR 2003
  • * Mar 28-29 - Sugar Bowl Classic - New Orleans LA
  • * Apr 4-5 - Mobile Challenge of Champions - Mobile AL
  • * Apr 11-12 - Arcadia Invitational - Arcadia CA
  • * Apr 24-26 - Penn Relays - Philadelphia PA
  • * June 13-14 - adidas Outdoor Championships - Raleigh NC
  • * June 19-22 - USATF Nationals - Palo Alto CA
  • June 28-29 - 1st National Decathlon/Heptathlon Ch. - Albuquerque NM
  • July - USATF Junior Olympics
  • August - AAU Junior Olympics


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