Track: Where do our area’s best stack up heading into track and field’s biggest month

For you track historians, you’re going to love this, California’s all-time leaders

California’s current high school leaders heading into league finals this week.

Below: San Dimas’ Katherine Salcido

CIF-SOUTHERN SECTION FORD PRESENTED BY FARMERS
TRACK & FIELD RANKINGS

The following team and individual rankings are based through meets as of April 30th, 2011. Points are based on the 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 scoring system used through eight places at the divisional championships. Point totals are based on projected placement of individuals in specific events.
– Rich Gonzalez, DyeStatCal/ESPN RISE editor

Below are rankings with area teams/athletes involved:
DIVISION I BOYS
TEAM RANKINGS

1. Vista Murrieta (70)
2. Long Beach Poly (69)
3. El Toro (57)
4. Murrieta Valley (32)
5. Trabuco Hills (29)
6. Dana Hills (26)
7. Arcadia (25)
8. Paramount (24)
9. Great Oak (22)
10T. M.L. King (21)
10T. Rancho Cucamonga (21)

INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS
1. Bernard Quinn (Vista Murrieta) 22.25
2T. Jantzen Oshier (Trabuco Hills) 18
2T. Beejay Lee (West Covina) 18
2T. Jake Fraser (El Toro) 18
2T. Ammar Moussa (Arcadia) 18
6T. Ma’a Brown (Paramount) 16
6T. Kameron White (L.B. Poly) 16
8. Myles Andrews (L.B. Poly) 15
9. Laijon White (Rancho Cucamonga) 14.5
10. Jovonte Slater (Vista Murrieta) 14.25

DIVISION III BOYS
TEAM RANKINGS

1. Notre Dame-SO (72)
2. Servite 54
3. South Pasadena (39)
4. St. John Bosco (36)
5. Woodbridge (33)
6. Pacifica-GG (27)
7. Covina (25)
8. San Jacinto (21)
9T. Burroughs-Ridg. (20)
9T. Agoura (20)
9T. Diamond Ranch (20)

INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS
1. Remontay McClain (Covina) 21.25

2T. Jonathan Cabral (Agoura) 20
2T. Jayson Kovar (Burroughs-Ridg.) 20
2T. Sam Pons (South Pasadena) 20
5. Khalfani Muhammad (Notre Dame-SO) 18.5
6. Ahmed Mahmood (El Segundo) 14
7. Eric McDaniel (Notre Dame-SO )13.5
8. Malik Felton (Servite) 13.25
9. Ryan Collier (Northwood) 13
10. Josh Kingsland (Woodbridge) 12

GIRLS RANKINGS
DIVISION III
INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS

1. Kylie Price (Bishop Amat) 30.5
1. Cami Chapus (Harvard-Westlake) 30.5
3. Abrianna Torres (San Luis Obispo) 28
4. Katherine Salcido (San Dimas) 26
5. Gabrielle Scott (Woodbridge) 21.5
6. Omhunique Brown (San Marino) 21
7. Heather Hawes (Nipomo) 20
8. Kayla Mallet (West Torrance) 19
Several tied at 14

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