State Results


#1

http://twitter.com/cmahler22

Ferlic and Perham in the first race


#2

Adam Zutz wins AA


#3

And wayzata


#4

Class A Boys’ Results:

http://www.mshsl.org/mshsl/upload/MSHSL112813boysa.html

Class A Girls’ Results:

http://www.mshsl.org/mshsl/upload/MSHSL120710girlsa.html


#5

Eden Prairie would have been an easy 2nd in this race. Getting 2,3,8 out of top 3!! Would’ve ended up with roughly about 100 points.

http://www.mshsl.org/mshsl/upload/MSHSL134802boysaa.html#INDIVIDUALS

Lusignan 4th!! Great to see him race to his full potential :slight_smile:

WOW!! Cambridge-Isanti has two runners get DQ’d and only 4 runners cross finish line. Is this the first time a state entrant team has not placed?


#6

really intelligent post, I’m glad I said this!


#7

Hauger wins AA with Eden Prairie in 1st with a 69.

Results here: MSHSL Girls Class AA Championships


#8

Great job Andover! 5th place, and Nicole Heitzmann 4th overall!

EDIT: And the Andover guys for 6th. Makes me proud.


#9

Yeah - what the heck happened to Cambridge-Isanti?


#10

A rapid look, taking top 5 and pushing through 7, if you score the 1st 5 from 6AA and 6-10 as another team, the 6-10 team wins the tiebreaker with 4AA. :eek:

Congrats to Coach Miles and the Trojans!!

6AA - 33
5AA - 91 wins tiebreaker
3AA - 91
4AA - 96
2AA - 125
8AA - 167
1AA - 177
7AA - 197


#11

http://www.mshsl.org/mshsl/upload/MSHSL134802boysaa.html

Boy’s AA


#12

Not one sections top 5 score beat the score of Wayzata… Boo yah!!!


#13

Scored in the same format Wayzata scores 129.

Edit:

If you look at team scoring the 1st five from 6AA scored 41 & the 1st five from 3AA scored 50.


#14

Oh yes, I forgot about that… oops! nice correction sir


#15

Moorhead? Seriously? Never would have guessed that in a million years. That said, I can’t help but feel sorry for Lukas Gemar. After winning state as a sophomore, and the first sophomore to do so in 30 years, he ends up 32nd and 17th the next two years, and has very little success in track. A very interesting legacy, but overall, still one to be very proud of.

And does anyone know why the Cambridge-Isanti runners were DQ’ed? I know one runner (Sam Westerberg) didn’t finish because he was trying to run through a stress fracture, but, seriously, what did their other two runners do to merit DQ’ing the last-place finishers? Seriously, they were the two last finishers to cross the line, and they had been last all race.

First mile was slow again (5:04), but not as slow as last year (5:09).

More to say later once I do some real number crunching…


#16

I figured that. I seriously just could not have imagined this team being better than all the other sections in the state. Maybe sometime in the future, there will be a team that good, but this is definitely not that team


#17

Staples-Motley 1997- 35 points. Domination.
Stillwater 1997- 45 points. Domination.
Staples-Motley 1998- 30 points. Domination.
Marshall 2004- 64 points. Fairly certain they beat every section.
Willmar 2006- 65 points. Was Burnsville in 6AA in 2006?

First 4teams that have done this to all the respective sections.
Willmar was close, but I believe 6AA beat them.


#18

The caimbridge runners were DQ’d for holding hands as they crossed the line. Intentional contact with another runner is illegal. At least that’s what I think happend


#19

Stillwater won nationals in 1997 I believe.
http://www.xcnation.com/1997harrier.html


#20

Bartnik’s injury must’ve really cost him some training, seeing his face at 4k working harder than I’ve ever seen it at the end of a 5k was a sad sight. It sucks that it has to end this way but a third place finish is still unbelievably solid.

Moorhead was a huge surprise but I was happy to see them up there, as well as Rosemount. Two very deserving teams.

EDIT: Not to mention Wayzata who killed it as usual.