3rd State Spot

3rd State Spot

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October 27th, 2009, 2:39 am #1

Torrey Pines has been running great lately. Could possibly take that 3rd spot in cif from rb. thoughts?
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October 27th, 2009, 2:47 am #2

Not only can they, they probably should beat TP.
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October 27th, 2009, 2:47 am #3

Sorry...they should beat RB. I think Torrey is the better team top to bottom right now.
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October 27th, 2009, 4:23 am #4

Torrey Pines has been running great lately. Could possibly take that 3rd spot in cif from rb. thoughts?
so poway and rbv have locked in the top 2 spots??
i think NOT
in my opinion otay ranch is very much alive
(VERY close to TP at SAC)
TP looks good
(won race at Mt SAC)
RBV just really turned on
(fastest team time at SAC)
RB has speed
(winner at Stanford)
Poway is alive
(consistently good)

it will a SUPER CIF race
and i surely surely don't think any 2 spots are locked in
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October 27th, 2009, 6:42 am #5

Poway is far better than alive. They didnt run great at SAC, but they are much better than that race would show...as shown by their performances at Dana, RB dual, RBV dual, Laguna Hills, etc.
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October 27th, 2009, 6:51 am #6

tp,rbv,rb. thats how it will go. fairly positive.
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October 27th, 2009, 1:17 pm #7

seriously? you honestly think tp will take rbv and poway is kicked out by rb just like that?
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October 27th, 2009, 1:46 pm #8

MT SAC scores based on time - if it were a five school race, were in this order - RBV (56), TP, OTAY/POWAY (these 3 very close - 74-77), Patrick Henry (86) and then RB (129) way behind. On a healthy day, these could change.
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October 27th, 2009, 2:00 pm #9

tp,rbv,rb. thats how it will go. fairly positive.
thats just laughable...tp,rbv,rb....HA
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October 27th, 2009, 4:41 pm #10

MT SAC scores based on time - if it were a five school race, were in this order - RBV (56), TP, OTAY/POWAY (these 3 very close - 74-77), Patrick Henry (86) and then RB (129) way behind. On a healthy day, these could change.
did you notice that RB's Geoff Bogan (who has beaten Andrew Ward twice before this race, who ran a 1520) ran a 16:25, 5 seconds ahead of their 3rd runner? And to go even further, that 3rd runner is usually 5th on the RB squad? How can you knock RB out when it appears they were either missing their 3 and 4 runners, or they were not full health. People have to look into things before jumping to conclusions. If everyone has a healthy/good day at CIf it will be a hell of a race. RBV put up strong numbers beating Poway in the team sweeps. TP and Otay ran well in the Individuals, along with Patrick Henry. RB and Poway didnt run to their top forms unfortunately for them. As of right now, there is no "set top 3" There are 5 very good teams that will all be chasing 3 spots. (I did not count PH in there solely because they are D-2).
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