NCS Redwood Boys Notes

Not sure if El Molino’s Brian Schulz wanted to prove something after what happened in the SCL finals but what he did here in the heat was more than impressive winning the 3200 by more than 13 seconds in a WOW 9:09.47.

8:55.43 Luis Luna, Piner #1 2011
8:59.89 Reesey Byers, Santa Rosa #1 2010
9:01.32 Sterling Lockert, Petaluma #1 2009
9:09.47 Brian Schulz, El Molino #1 2017
9:11.03* Armand Moreno, Piner #2 1978
9:11.82* Jon Sisler, Petaluma #2 1974
9:12.42* Dave Royal, Petaluma #3 1979
9:12.52* Bob Waldon, Montgomery #1 1966

Petaluma’s Jack and Will Dunbar continue to amaze in the 800 with Jack running the 31st All-Time fastest in 1:56.09 to win with Will an eyelash behind in third at 1:56.34, =37th All-Time.

Windsor’s Ruben Mehler was out only double winner for the Empire taking both throws (46-5.75, 145-7).

Santa Rosa’s Brayden Glascock lead a 1 2 3 finishe by Empire underclassman with a 39.99 win the 300 hurdles for 28th All-Time.

Montgomery’s Thomas Thomsen won the high hurdles into strong winds (15.52 -2.8) and took 5th in the 300’s.

Montgomery’s Jaymes Tischbern didn’t let over 2.0 head winds slow him down as he won the 200m in 22.62 -3.2 and placed 2nd in the 100 11.31 -2.0.

Almost as impressive as their girls 4X1 Maria Carrillo’s boys team dominated their race in 5th All-Time at 42.87, old meet record was by Healdsburg’s 2008 team of Phil Lucid, Jose Barajas, Eric Arneso and Dante Fountain. While their 4X4 had a huge 5 second win in 3:24.72.

And Maria Carrillo’s boys took home the pennant to give the Puma’s both wins.