2007 City Conference Track Results
League Finals (Central, Eastern, Western)
League Prelims: Central Girls      Central Boys
Eastern and Western Leagues: Eastern Prelim Results   Western Prelim Results

2006 City Conference Cross Country Results
Track Magazine              Message Board

Central League Championships held at Morley Field 9 November 2006.

Central Boys
              Central Girls

Central League

Last year's champ Bernardo Bahena from Clairemont made it two in a row in a close at-the-tape finish with Coroando's Ben Enowitz.

There was much less drama in the girls race with Coronado frosh Sallie Privett cruising to the tape over a minute in front.

Central uses finals for individual champions only. Team championships are determined by win-loss record.
Both the Coronado boy and girls teams are the champions this year with 4-0 records.

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album of the races.

Western League Championships held at Morley Field 8 November 2006.

Western Boys Varsity                        Western Boys JV
Western Girls Varsity                         Western Girls JV

Western League

Led by Mac Fleet and Sarah Vitug (left photo), University City was on fire, winning both the boys and girls team races. Fleet posted a fast 15:33 but Vitug blazed to a new course record over the city 3-mile
course of 17: 46. Right behind her was Our Lady of Peace's Sammy Silva who ran 18:02, also under the old course record. The old course record wasn't really all that old as Vitug broke it on Oct 25th in a dual meet with
a time of 18:11.

Although the University City girls won this meet on points, they share the league championship with La Jolla based on win-loss records combined with this event. The UC boys went unbeaten so they're the Western League champs.

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album of the races.


Eastern League Championships held at Morley Field 7 November 2006.

Eastern Boys Varsity         Eastern Boys JV
Eastern Girls Varsity (All girls ran in one race so no JV.)

Eastern League

Jon Patino from Mira Mesa was the overall boys winner but San Diego came out on top for the team win. However, since the finals are 50% of the league championships and the win-loss record the other half, San Diego High and Patrick Henry High are Co-League champs this year for the boys.

Patrick Henry's Emily Osga led her team to the league championship for the girls.