Redwood Empire Girls Track & Field and Cross Country history Part III (1992-not finished)

Here is a story I started a long time ago covering the history of girls track & field by time period.
After getting to the point I did I then decided to switch my history lessons from time period to individual events.
But since I did finish about half the time period I figure some of you will still enjoy it.

By Jim Crowhurst

You can find Part I (1972-1981) here.
You can find Part II (1982-1991) here.
Individual events I have done so far are here.
Now let’s pick up from there.

It will be very difficult for any future decade to come close to what the girls of this period did.
Three National Championships, ten state cross country titles, eight state track titles and a whole lot more.

Before we get to our amazing distance runners let’s take a look at an Empire girl, Erika Hause, who changed the face of California track and her coach, Jim Veilleux, yes the same Jim that is still coaching at Santa Rosa High.

Ericka Hause

In 1992 there was no pole vaulting in the girls division in California. But a Montgomery sophomore named Hause wanted to and without going into all of the details here, check out PDF below, California now has it.
Hause’s family with Veilleux’s help, changed all that for the Golden state.
PDF with 7 below stories
1. James Veilleux vaulting involvement.
2. Ericka Hause 1992 story
3. 1997 Pec-Crouse & Bei story
4. 1992 Hause
5. 1992 Hause
6. 1992 Jan Johnson
7. 1992 CIF news

Hause set the first Empire record in the vault at 8-6 in 1994 which she again cleared in 1995 along with Santa Rosa’s Grace Neisingh.
1995 was the first year the vault was an official event in the NBL, SCL & NCS with 1996 the first time at the State Meet level.
Hause, daring to vault, was just the type of girl she was as she went on to be a trapeze artist for Ringling & Brothers Circus. scroll down in this link, Erica is second from left in the photo.

1992 also saw Montgomery’s Melissa MacPherson win the NCS Long Jump title. Earlier in the year she was also a member of the Viking team that ran the 4X220yd relay in 1:46.7, a time that has not been equaled to this day. It is equivalent to 4X200m in 1:46.32. The team was made up of Krissy Lombardo, Cari Stenger, MacPherson and Nicole Park and averaged 26.6 for 200’s.

Top L-R: Nicole Park, Lindsay Stephens, Cari Stenger. Bottom Krissy Lombardo, Melissa MacPherson

1990 4X100 team ran 49.81 with Cari Stenger, Nicole Park, Lindsay Stephens, Krissy Lombardo

It’s great to talk about amazing athletes breaking records but it is a rare case when you have two athletes taking turns breaking the record in the same event. What Hause started in the vault got very exciting as Montgomery’s Amy Bei and Santa Rosa’s Shail Pec-Crouse took turns breaking each others records.

These two took the vault past nine feet, then ten then eleven feet.
Bei would win the NBL title in 1996, 97 & 99 with Pec-Crouse winning 1998.
Bei would win the 1998 NCS MOC title and then place 8th at state, which lasted as the Empire’s best place ever in that event until 2009.
Both would have their highest clearances in 1998 with Bei soaring over 11-1 and Pec-Crouse setting the final record at 11-2½, a mark thet would hold up as the Empire record until the end of this period when Petaluma’s Ashley Lennon would scale 11-3 in 2001.
I’ve often wondered if, at four foot eleven inch tall, Bei’s mark has ever been bettered by a female vaulter standing under 5 feet tall.

In 1998 Amy Bei placed 8th at State in the vault while her sister Sara won both the 1600 and 3200.

Redwood Empire’s Record progression in Pole Vault during this time period
8-6 Erika Hause, Montgomery 1994-1995
8-6 Grace Neisingh, Santa Rosa 1995
9-0 Shail Pec-Crouse, Santa Rosa 1996
9-0 Amy Bei, Montgomery 1996
9-0 Sophie Donnely, Sonoma Valley 1996
9-6 Amy Bei, Montgomery 1997
10-0 Shail Pec-Crouse, Santa Rosa 1997
10-0 Amy Bei, Montgomery 1997
11-0 Shail Pec-Crouse, Santa Rosa 1997
11-2½ Shail Pec-Crouse, Santa Rosa 1998
11-3 Ashley Lennon, Petaluma 2001

Besides the pole vault the girls 100 hurdles also had a change during this time period.
Hurdles in California had been run at the 30 inch height at state until 1993 when they were raised to the current 33 inches. Santa Rosa’s Nikki Henkels showed the Empire she would have no trouble with the extra height as she ran them in 15.3 that first year, a time that made the All-Time top ten under all conditions until this year when CoCome McKamey bumped her out.

On the flat sprints it was Fort Bragg’s Tamika Brown who in 1993 became the first Empire girl to ever break the 25 second mark with a best of 24.88. Brown also lowered the 100 record down to 12.18. That 200 mark held up for 18 years while the 100 lasted for eleven.
Brown qualified in the State meet trials in the 200 to compete in the finals but because of one of the CIF’s worse decisions ever they postponed the finals for a week because of the possible of rain the next day, which never happened. Brown was unable to get back to LA the following week for the finals.

Tamika Brown

In cross country no girls had ever done better than 7th at the State meet.
In 1993 Clear Lake’s Melody Haas changed all that with a 2nd place finish in Div IV, the smallest school size division at that time.

During the reign of Julia Stamps there were of course many overshadowed accomplishments.
I will pick up on those after all of what she did rather than mix them in here and there in her story.

In the Fall of 1993 the Santa Rosa School District was in their last year of the High Schools being only 10-12 grades.
This meant that one of the Nations most incredible High School careers actually began at Rincon Valley Junior High.
Ninth grader Julia Stamps both burst onto the scene that Fall and literally burst off the scene, but only for a moment.
Stamps would run her first High School meet at the Rancho Cotate Invitaional, and although running an extra 100 yards off course, destroyed the course record by 48 seconds.
This would continue on in cross country for the next four years. I believe by the end of her prep career she would own the course record (CR) on every single course she would run on except San Diego’s Balboa Park were her 16:41.9 5K National winning time was only 2.6 seconds off of Colorado’s Melody Fairchild’s mark in winning the 1990 Nationals.

Julia Stamps

Also in September Stamps blazed a 17:30 5k at the Aggie Invitational at UC Davis.
Stamps followed that with her first of four wins at Viking Opener XC meet, again lowering the CR by a mind blowing 42 seconds on the 2 mile course. Nika Horn held that record at 11:49 but Stamp’s 11:07 was almost to hard to believe. Over the next 35 plus years only one girl (11:05) in any grade would better Stamps 9th grade time.
Jules, as she would often be called, would take that time down each year with 10:51, 10:49 and finally 10:40 as a Santa Rosa High runner.
The Stanford Invitational would be her first against some of the best in the nation. What I noticed about every race Stamps ran in was whether it was some local fun run or Nationals she would charge out to the front, run as fast as she possible could, and just dare anyone to try and keep up. Stanford was no different as she left the next closest runner from Oregon a distant 43 seconds behind finishing the 5k course in 17:40. Like the Viking Opener she would win Stanford all four years with a final CR of 17:19 in 1995 that would remain as the CR until Stanford changed their course.
Stamps continued her freshman season with another CR at Cal Poly Invitational.
She followed that up by winning the elite sweepstakes race at Mt Sac. There is no other race bigger than this one. Story here
Then just as she had burst onto the scene she burst off it or more precisely ruptured off it as a ruptured appendix one week later kept her from possibly taking all the post season meets.
Her freshman season was still enough for Big West Racing magazine to pick her as California’s female cross country runner of the year.
Stamps’ freshman track season was even more impressive. As an 8th grader she had turned in times of 4:38.35 for 1500m and 10:01.7 for 3000m so the California Prep world was not going to be to surprised by what she could do.
Then again her first race couldn’t have been any less spectacular.
She would run in the Sunkist Invitational at the L.A. Sports Arena. Stamps had never run indoors or at the 2 mile distance.
No problem with either as she broke the National freshman record running 10:30.2. Stamps came back a short time later to take 2nd in the mile to a Canadian in 4:59.99.
Her first outdoor race would be breaking the Empire record in the 1500m at 4:37.3 surpassing the 4:38.0 by Lori Shanoff, Petaluma from 1981, she would lower that mark to 4:32.60 before the year ended.
This would be a recurring story for her over the next four years as she would break record after record, many in open races against college runners.
She would then take a quick break from track to wear the USA uniform, for the first time, as she was the youngest member (15) of the American team at the World Cross Country Championships in Budapest, Hungary were she was the top US finisher in the junior division.
Her first high school race on Sonoma County soil would not take place until April 30th at the Viking Track Classic were she broke the meet record with a 10:33.45 in the 3200m.
In the post season she was unstoppable.
At the NCS 1A finals she broke the meet record (MR), running on a blister that burst on the first lap, and still lapped the second place finisher Melody Haas, a State XC medalist. This was her only year running in the 1A meet and her MR of 10:45.11 has only been bettered in the meet once in 2012 by Branson’s Julia Maxwell in 10:42.50.
Her final three prep years would be at Santa Rosa High competing in the NCS Redwood Empire Championships which she would dominate as well, along with her team that would win the girls division all three years.
In the NCS Redwood Empire meets she would win all three years at 3200m setting the MR of 10:20.26 in 1995 and in 1997 she would double up to also win the 1600m in a MR of 4:49.55 that stood until 2018.
Julia and coach Aldridge at MOC

Her freshman Track State Meet would not disappoint.
Stamps running in the 3200m would not just win the Empire’s first Gold medal since Montgomery’s Mel Gray in 1967 she would crush the field winning by 25 seconds in 10:28.49 and she was just a ninth grader at Rincon Valley Jr. High. Her new PR was the third fastest time run in the Nation and the fastest of course by a freshman in 1994. It was the fastest time ever in the State meet history by a freshman.
Watch the 1994 State meet race here. The person filming was focusing on another runner so you will only get to see Julia for the first 500m. She will lead from the start in lane 1.
A week later she would take on some of the best in the nation at the Golden West Invite. Back then this meet would draw the top preps in the US. Running in 100+ degree heat in Sacramento she defeated them all in a new MR of 10:30.25.
All five of Stamps’ 3200m races this year would be faster than Sherri Minkler’s old Empire record of 10:37.78.
Stamps would finish her freshman season with bests of 2:14.54 800, 4:54.42 1600 and 10:26.51 3200.
Her last big track meet of 1994 would be the Junior Nationals in Florida.
Competing against the US’ best juniors, including collegians, Stamps continued her undefeated outdoor season winning the 3,000m event in 9:28.50.
That would be the fastest prep time in the nation that year and a new National freshman record, destroying the old best of 9:34.0 from 1980 by Ohioan Laura Craven.
Stamps would wear the USA uniform for the second time at the World Junior Championships in Portugal but unfortunately she was tripped and spiked in the trials and did not qualify on to finals.
Track and Field News picked high school record holder Suzy Powell, future 3-time Olympian, as HS Athlete of the Year, with Stamps 6th in the voting and the best 3200 runner in the nation.
That concludes her junior high year and now on to high school.
Her sophomore year included races like another Stanford win in a course record and running the fabled 2.97 Spring lake course for the very first time and lowering Nika Horn’s record from 18:09 to 16:55. Her Mt Sac win in a CR 16:58, by over a minute, was yet another mind blower.
Her NBL win at 16:18 at Spring Lake was again stunning.
NCS and even the State meet were nothing more than a walk in the park as she won Division I State by over a minute in 17:06 on the Woodward Park course.
It was another course record and to this day (2017) has only been bettered by 11 girls and held up as the sophomore record until 2013.
In 1995 the culmination for the preps were the Foot Locker Nationals.
Jules would first win the Western Regionals with a CR by a huge 20 seconds.
Stamps’ National meet in San Diego has to rate as one of the top prep cross country races of all time in the U.S.
She won by an incredible 31 seconds over the 5K course in 16:41 but rather than me going on and on about it watch it for yourself here.
As stated before this national course is the only one I know of that when she finished her prep career she did not hold the course record on, missing it by 2 seconds to a former national champion.
L-R Trina Cox and Julia Stamps spring 1997

This is where I had gotten to and all the stats below are what I was going to use for the completion of the story.

1995 Julia Stamps, 10:19.91 3200
1996 Julia Stamps, 10:13.7 3200
1997 Julia Stamps, 4:42.79 1600
1997 Julia Stamps, 10:19.51 3200

Julia Stamps Santa Rosa 1994, Video of race
Redwood Empire at Nationals
5k 16:42 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1994 Balboa Park, San Diego
State Div 1
Julia Stamps Santa Rosa *1994, *1995 & *1996
Western Regionals
Julia Stamps Santa Rosa 1994 & 1995
NCS Div 1
Julia Stamps Santa Rosa *1994, *1995 & *1996

1994 Ursuline 99:53 28-45 Montgomery 103:19 Julia Stamps, 1:15, 16:18
1995 Ursuline 41-53 Montgomery Julia Stamps, , 1:58, at Ukiah
1996 Santa Rosa 92:29 26-48 Ursuline 98:51 Julia Stamps, , 1:21, 16:19

1st Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1994-96, course record 16:43 1996

3000 m 9:21.99 Santa Rosa 1995
9:21.99 = to 10:03.43 3200m, #8 Nation, #2 CA, #1 National So., #1 CA Fr.
5000 m 16:31.2 1995 #4 Nation, #1 CA, #1 Nat. So., now #2 CA

Stamps has 6 fastest 1600 and 13 races under 4:49.55
9 races under 10:20.26

NCS Rincon Valley Jr. High 1/1
1994 Julia Stamps, 10:28.49 3200
*1994 Julia Stamps, 10:28.49 3200, still at Rincon Valley Jr. High
1995 Julia Stamps, 10:19.91 3200
1996 Julia Stamps, 10:13.7 3200
1997 Julia Stamps, 4:42.79 1600
1997 Julia Stamps, 10:19.51 3200

Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1st 3,200m 10:15.27
Pamela Richardson, Montgomery 5th 800m 2:13.68

Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 2nd 3,200m 10:15.13
Katie Schukle, Santa Rosa 4th 300 LH 43.40
First to break 15 seconds in 100m High Hurdles Katie Schukle, 14.57

55.12 Rose Criss Analy 1997

2. Julia Stamps (Santa Rosa-NCS) 1996 State Meet 16:43 (North Coast Section record)
———- Julia Stamps (Santa Rosa-NCS) 1995 State Meet 16:45
9. Kristen Gordon (Carondelet, Concord-NCS) 1996 17:01
———– Julia Stamps (Santa Rosa-NCS) 1994 State Meet 17:06
15. Marnie Mason (Klamath Falls, OR******) 1984 17:07
15. Deena Drossin (Agoura-SS) 1990 17:07

I believe Stamps held the record on every high school course she ever ran on except San Diego’s Balboa Park were her 16:41.9 5K National winning time was only 2.6 seconds off of Colorado’s Melody Fairchild’s mark in winning the 1990 Nationals.
Stamps held the Mt. Sac record at 16:55.
Bei broke the 5K National course record at Florida’s Disney World at 16:55.
At Mt. Sac she had a 17:05 best.
Trotter ran possible the fastest prep 5K ever, running 16:24, to destroy Bei’s course record at Florida’s Disney World.
Trotter also demolished the Mt. Sac record running 16:16.
Sumpter still holds the State Meet IV record.

NCS 1996 Marissa Wilson, Discus Throw for mont, not SR
1996 Katie Schukle, 43.9 300 LH
1996 Melissa Guanella, 5-4 High Jump

Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1st 1,600m 4:44.78
Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1st 3,200m 10:15.17
Trina Cox, Santa Rosa 4th 3,200m 10:30.82

Distance Medley (1200,400,800,1600)
11:52.34+ Santa Rosa 1997 Trina Cox 3:40.0, Katie Schukle 60.2, Melissa Guanella 2:20.1, Julia Stamps 4:51.8
4 x 800m Relay
9:24.14+ Santa Rosa 1997 Stafford 2:26.9, Julia Stamps 2:14.8, Trina Cox 2:20.5, Melissa Guanella 2:21.7
Both Stiil empire record

NCS Div 1
Trina Cox Santa Rosa 1997, 1998
Julia Stamps Santa Rosa *1994, *1995 & *1996

1500m 28th US, 7th CA
65th 1500m 4:23.7 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1996
Mile 19th US, 6th CA
79th Mile 4:44.44 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1997
Had fastest 13 1600 at 4:49.55 or faster. Since that time Bei has 7 and Bowen 6 under that time.
4:42.79 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 5/31/97
4:43.92 Rylee Bowen, Sonoma Academy 5/30/15
4:44.57y Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 6/14/97
4:44.65y Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 3/97
4:44.78 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 6/7/97
4:45.07y Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 2/11/95
4:45.30 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 4/22/95
4:45.60y Rylee Bowen, Sonoma Academy; 4/15/16
4:46.17 Sara Bei, Montgomery 5/26/01
4:46.30y Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 6/9/96
Same with 3200
10:11.11 Sara Bei, Montgomery 6/2/01
10:12.20 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 5/18/96
10:13.20 Rylee Bowen, Sonoma Academy 4/9/16
10:13.84 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 5/25/96
10:14.74+ Sara Bei (2) Montgomery 4/28/01
10:15.13 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 6/1/96
10:15.17 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 6/7/97
10:15.27 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 6/3/95
10:16.96 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 5/12/95
10:19.50 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 5/31/97
10:19.91 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 5/27/95
10:20.26 Julia Stamps, (9) Santa Rosa 5/20/95
3000m 7th US, 3rd CA, #1 US So., #1 CA Fr.
14th 3000m 9:19.63 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1996
2 mile 15th US, 7th CA
63rd 2 mile 10:15.80 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1996
5,000m 4th US, 2nd CA, was CA Record until 2004, #1 Nat. So.
21st 5000m 16:31.2 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1995
DMR 7th US, 2nd CA
90th DMR 11:52.24 Santa Rosa 1997 Cox 3:40.0, Schukle 60.2, Guanella 2:20.1, Stamps 4:51.8
Stamps indoor
2:13.96 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1997 at National Scholastic, Syracuse, N.Y.
4:27.8 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1995 at Sunkist Invit., L.A. Sports Arena, 12th fastest ever.
4:46.39 Julia Stamps, Santa Rosa 1997 at National Scholastic, Syracuse, N.Y., 11th fastest ever.
2 Mile
10:25.07 Sara Bei, Montgomery 1999 at National Scholastic, Boston, National Soph. record.
10:30.2 Julia Stamps, Rincon Valley J.H. 1994 at Sunkist Invit., L.A. Sports Arena, Set National freshman record

95/96 NBL Most Individual Events Won, Career 6 Melissa Guanella, Santa Rosa; 200, 400, 800, 300LH, high jump, triple jump

15.27 Katie Schukle Santa Rosa 1995
14.57 Katie Schukle Santa Rosa 1996

State Div 1
Trina Cox Santa Rosa 1997
NCS Div 1
Trina Cox Santa Rosa 1997, 1998
5k 17:46 Trina Cox, Santa Rosa 1998 Woodward Park, Fresno
3 mile 17:04 Trina Cox, Santa Rosa 1998 Spring Lake
1st Trina Cox, Santa Rosa 1997, 2nd ’98, 3rd ’96, 31st ’95
NCS Div 1 Trina Cox Santa Rosa 1997, 1998

Maria Carrillo was the new team on the block and just squeezed by Ursuline in 1999 109¾-108.
But Carrillo has been difficult to beat since winning ever NBL pennant since then except 2003.

Sara Bei, Montgomery 1st 1,600m 4:49.21
Sara Bei, Montgomery 1st 3,200m 10:31.06
Trina Cox, Santa Rosa 3rd 3,200m 10:33.75

NCS 1998 Amy Bei, 10-6 Pole Vault

NCS 1998 Sara Bei, 4:52.10 1600
1998 Sara Bei, 10:41.72 3200
1999 Sara Bei, 4:55.58 1600
1999 Sara Bei, 10:28.75 3200
2000 Sara Bei, 4:44.09 1600
2000 Sara Bei, 10:33.14 3200
2001 Sara Bei, 4:46.17 1600
2001 Sara Bei, 10:17.14 3200

Sara Bei, Montgomery 2nd 1,600m 4:46.71
Sara Bei, Montgomery 2nd 3,200m 10:31.67

Sara Bei Montgomery 2000
5k 16:55 Sara Bei, Montgomery 2000 Disney World, Florida
Western Regionals
Sara Bei Montgomery 1998
State Div 2
Sara Bei Montgomery *1999, 2000, First 4-time State Champion in California History
State Div 3
Sara Bei Montgomery *1997, *1998
NCS Div 2
Sara Bei Montgomery *1999
NCS Div 3
Sara Bei Montgomery *1997, *1998

1997 Santa Rosa 96:08 30-48 Montgomery Sara Bei, , 6 seconds, 17:41
1998 Santa Rosa 93:57 35-46 Montgomery 94:25 Sara Bei, , 19 seconds, 16:45
1999 Montgomery 96:46 53-56 S. Rosa, M.C. 58 Sara Bei, 49 seconds, 16:57

132-8 Lee Plevney Lower Lake 1981
134-5 Tia DeSoto Montgomery 1998
134-8 Tia DeSoto Montgomery 1999
135-4 Melissa Van Paris Sonoma 2004
HT 146-1 Tia DeSoto Montgomery 1999

NCS div II Jenny Aldridge Maria Carrillo 2001
NCS div III Jenny Aldridge Maria Carrillo 1999, 2000

Jenny Aldridge, Maria Carrillo 1st 1,600m 4:49.63
Sara Bei, Montgomery 2nd 1,600m 4:49.98
Sara Bei, Montgomery 2nd 3,200m 10:34.84

NCS 2000 Ashley Lennon, 10-9 Pole Vault

2000 Viking Opener
Trotter, Rowbury, Aldridge

11:20 Amber Trotter, Ukiah 2000 Div. II 2nd STATE, 1st NCS, 1st NBL
11:20 Rylee Bowen, Sonoma Academy 2014 Div. V 1st STATE, 1st NCS, 1st CMC
11:22 Julie Nacouzi, Montgomery 2009 Div. II 2nd STATE, 1st NCS, 1st NBL, 25th Nationals
11:24 Morgin Coonfield, McKinleyville 2015 Div. IV 2nd STATE, 1st NCS
11:25 Trina Cox, Santa Rosa 1997 Div. I 1st STATE, 1st NCS, 2nd NBL, 24th Nationals
11:28 Phylis Blanchard, Rancho Cotate 2003 Div. II 4th STATE, 3rd NCS, 1st NBL
11:30 Natalie White, Oak Ridge 2002

11:32 Jenny Aldridge, Maria Carrillo 2000 Div. III 3rd STATE, 1st NCS
11:33 Michelle Gallagher, Sacred Heart Cathedral 2002 Div. III 3rd STATE
11:38 Shannon Rowbury, Sacred Heart 2000 Div. III 2nd STATE
11:39 Delaney White, Santa Rosa 2015 Div. I 12th STATE, 2nd NCS, 1st NBL
11:41 Nicole Lane, EL Molino 2011 Div. IV 7th STATE, 1st NCS, 1st SCL
11:46 Sarah Sumpter, Healdsburg 2007 Div. IV 1st STATE, 1st NCS, 1st SCL
11:47 Shelby Leland, Ukiah 2002 Div. I 12th STATE, 2nd NCS, 2nd NBL
11:48 Kelly Rogers, Healdsburg 2000 Div. IV 3rd STATE, 2nd NCS, 1st SCL
11:49 Nika Horn, Santa Rosa 1991 Div. I 7th STATE, 1st NCS, 3rd NBL
11:50 Kate Bowen, Rincon Valley Middle 2015

11:51 Kim Conley, Montgomery 2003 Div. II 6th STATE, 2nd NCS, 2nd NBL
11:52 Katy Lee, Sonoma Academy 2011 Div. V 21st STATE, 2nd CMC
11:57 Amy Robinson, Maria Carrillo 2002 Div. II 21st STATE, 4th NCS, 1st NBL
12:10 Christy Sweaney, Montgomery 2001
12:10 Ashton LeSieur, Casa Grande 2002 Div. II 5th NCS, 1st SCL
12:11 Stephanie Farac, Terra Linda 2000

Kelly Rogers (10) Healdsburg 11:48
Stephanie Farac (10) Terra Linda 12:11
Ashlee Drady (9) Maria Carrillo 12:23
Kim Conley (9) Montgomery 12:38
Christy Sweaney (9) Montgomery 12:45
Megan Boes (9) Maria Carrillo 12:52
Phyllis Blanchard (9) Rancho Cotate 12:53

Division II
1st* Montgomery 2000
3rd Montgomery 2001
3rd Montgomery 2002

Amber Trotter Ukiah 2001
5k 16:25 Amber Trotter Ukiah 2001 Disney World, Florida
State Div 1
Amber Trotter Ukiah *2001
Western Regionals
Amber Trotter Ukiah 2001
NCS Div 1
Amber Trotter Ukiah *2001
NCS Div 1
Amber Trotter Ukiah *2001
NCS Div 2
Amber Trotter Ukiah *2000

2000 Montgomery 93:30 27-51 M. Carrillo 98:01 Amber Trotter, 12 second, 17:00
2001 M. Carrillo92:23 39-42 Montgomery 93:32 Amber Trotter, 35 seconds, 16:31

3:56.50 Maria Carrillo 2000
3:55.97 Maria Carrillo 2001

3:54.82 2006 Maria Carrillo #1 Wentz 59.6, Sanzari 58.4, Lundgren 59.5, Lowder 57.3
3:55.84 2005 Maria Carrillo #2
3:55.97 2001 Maria Carrillo #3
3:56.50 2000 Maria Carrillo #4 Nicole Nelson, B. Fernlund., Jenny Aldridge, Jenny Drady 57
3:58.47 2004 Maria Carrillo #5 Jessica Chapman, Jenna Lowder, J. Irtenkauf, Kristin Sanzari

Div V 3rd Kelly Rogers, Healdsburg 2000

Sara Bei, Montgomery 1st 3,200m 10:11.11
Sara Bei, Montgomery 2nd 1,600m 4:47.96

5k 17:53 Kim Conley, Montgomery 2003 Woodward Park, Fresno
Div II 4th Kim Conley, Montgomery 2001, 6th ’03, 9th, ’02, 29th 2000
5k 17:52 Jenny Aldridge, Maria Carrillo 1999 Stanford
3 mile 17:06 Jenny Aldridge, Maria Carrillo 1999 Spring Lake

11-2½ Shail Pec-Crouse Santa Rosa 1998
11-3 Ashley Lennon Petaluma 2001

Jenny Aldridge, Maria Carrillo 2nd 1,600m 4:55.94
Shelby Leland, Ukiah 5th 3,200m 10:44.68
3000 m Steeplechase 10:49.63 Jenny Aldridge Maria Carrillo 2002 Former National Record, still CA

NCS 2002 Jennie Aldridge, 4:50.18 1600

Div II 3rd* Jenny Aldridge, Maria Carrillo 2001
Div III 3rd Jenny Aldridge, Maria Carrillo 2000, 3rd 1999, 4th 1998
Div I 4th* Phyliss Blanchard, Rancho C. 2002, 9th ’01
Div II 4th Phyliss Blanchard, Rancho C. 2003

11-3 Ashley Lennon Petaluma 2001
11-4 Emily Flores Santa Rosa 2002