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Old 10-19-18, 08:09 AM
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JV Girls Runs 18:56

Mason had a JV girl run 18:58 last night to win a JV meet.

GHG Timing:

http://www.ghgtiming.com/Website/Res...open/girls.htm


Mason JV Girls Times of only the top 7
1 Brooke Harvey Mason 18:58.95

2 Manuela Capiello Mason 19:48.00

3 Megan Miller Mason 19:53.88

4 Kiera Doran Mason 20:00.90

5 Natalie Nye Mason 20:01.13

6 Kennedy Rader Mason 20:07.64

7 Jenna Harris Mason 20:13.70


(1) Amazing! Only a decade ago that 19:00s would be all state for girls in D1.
(2) 5 girls breaking 20:00 was the standard to make it to state years ago similar to having 5 boys break 17:00 was the standard for a team to make it to state. Now we have JV teams that can average under 20:00.
(3) Coaches in Ohio keep breaking down barriers and making our kids faster and faster.
(4) The sport of XC is alive, growing and kids are getting better and better.
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Old 10-19-18, 09:34 AM
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Got to compare these times to other performances.
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Old 10-19-18, 09:51 AM
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It's getting tougher and tougher for small D1 schools to compete and this is more evidence of that. Certainly, having a large population does not ensure success, but having 3-4x the population is a massive advantage.
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Old 10-19-18, 10:13 AM
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Got to compare these times to other performances.
She has run sub 19:10 before. Course at Lakota Middle School is considered fair, but not fast compared to other courses in Ohio. The weather was very nice yesterday where I was: 55 and sunny with no wind. I would not doubt the performance but be in awe.
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Old 10-19-18, 11:25 AM
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It must be nice for Mason to have so much depth. It's amazing how many of these girls/boys stick around all 4 years and never see the Varsity lineup. A few could qualify for State if they were at different schools! Their JV would beat most HS Varsity teams.
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For some reason I had in my head that their enrollment was over 4,000. The actual total is not that high.

https://www.usnews.com/education/bes...8/student-body
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Old 10-19-18, 11:38 AM
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While Mason girls dominated the girls race, St. Xavier had similar results in the boys. http://www.ghgtiming.com/Website/Res...topen/Boys.htm. Their JV team has four guys under 17:00 from 16:44 to 16:56

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Old 10-19-18, 12:18 PM
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For some reason I had in my head that their enrollment was over 4,000. The actual total is not that high.

https://www.usnews.com/education/bes...8/student-body
I figured they were around 3200. I take it the school has still not reached the peak of its enrollment?
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Old 10-19-18, 12:20 PM
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It's getting tougher and tougher for small D1 schools to compete and this is more evidence of that. Certainly, having a large population does not ensure success, but having 3-4x the population is a massive advantage.
Exactly that is why in all sports the top 100 or so schools should should be in their own division. The track disparity is even greater then CC.
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Isn't that why football went to seven divisions? They took the 72 largest schools and put them in a separate division while the other six then had the even numbers that the OHSAA likes.

January 18, 2018. | Full Divisional Assignments
Division Adjusted Enrollment Count Teams
I 619+more 72
II 389-618 107
III 278-388 106
IV 211-277 106
V 160-210 106
VI 116-159 110
VII 115-less 109
Total Teams 717
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Old 10-19-18, 12:58 PM
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It must be nice for Mason to have so much depth. It's amazing how many of these girls/boys stick around all 4 years and never see the Varsity lineup. A few could qualify for State if they were at different schools! Their JV would beat most HS Varsity teams.
Our first house was in the Oak Hills district. At the time, Oak Hills was larger than Mason. When we bought our second house we decided to move to a smaller district so our kids would have a chance to make significant contributions to their chosen activities. My sons choose to run track and cross country. By the time they ran together on D2 Taylorís team they were beating Oak Hills at every CC meet they met them.
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Old 10-19-18, 01:03 PM
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She has run sub 19:10 before. Course at Lakota Middle School is considered fair, but not fast compared to other courses in Ohio. The weather was very nice yesterday where I was: 55 and sunny with no wind. I would not doubt the performance but be in awe.
She was also 7th girl on their varsity team last saturday at GMC Meet but it looks like another girl edged her for varsity by 4 seconds from the reserve race there.
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Old 10-19-18, 03:06 PM
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I'm pretty sure back in '09-'10 Mags could put 5 sub 19 and possibly 6 depending on the course and injury. Let's see what they do moving on.
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