TIKI.jpg (17840 bytes)2007 Coronado High School Track & Field and Cross Country
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Here's a Flickr Collection of Photos Taken during the 2007 Track Season


Sarah Player
2007 Coronado Islander Track Photos

School Track Records set in 2007
Kyle Brown broke triple Jump record with 45' 5 1/4"
Kyle Brown broke 100 meter record with 11.18

Danielle Eckert broke her own record in PV with 11'-3"

Sarah Player finishes with 4 school records (3 this season)
1. Sets new school record in 200 with 25.55
2. Betters own record in 100 hurdles with 16.10
3. Sets new school record in 100 with 12.35
4th record is 300 hurdles in 45.37 set in 2006 season

Boys All-Time Track Records
Girls All-Time Track Records

Congrats to class Valedictorian Ben Enowitz who excelled not only in the classroom but in Track and Cross
Country.... see UT articles at the bottom of this page.

Meet Results on Athletic.net
Individual Stats on Athletic.net
Event Stats on Athletic.net

Results of meets (from Nado Natterings)

10 March Tiger Relays Henry all-comers (2 March) and preview of upcoming season
17 March: Bronco Invite - Kyle Brown breaks Triple Jump record. Privett, Eckert, Player, and Enowitz come out strong.
24 March: Mt. Carmel - Player, Brown, Privett, Eckert have good days
28 March Clairemont Dual Meet (full Hy-Tek results shown)

31 March Runge Sarah Player athlete of the meet, sets SR in 200 and 100h - Privett 3rd in open mile
     Player was named one of the Athletes Of The Week by the Union-Tribune - see photo on the link above.
6 April Arcadia Invite
11 April Madison Dual Meet Results - Player, Brown set 100 meter records - Both boys and girls teams win
14 April  Jaguar invite - Kyle Brown Long Jumps 22'-10.5" - Sarah Player wins 100, 100h (School Record), 300h and 3rd in HJ
18 April Crawford - Boys and Girls both win 
21 April, Grizzly Relays
25-28 April - busy week... Hoover Dual meet, Escondido Boys meet, Frosh-Soph championships
2 May Christian Dual meet - Three way tie for girls league championship - Coronado, Madison, Christian all go 4-1
8-11 May Central League Championships
 * Sarah Player wins 100h, 300h, High Jump, and places 2nd in 100 - Named Central League MVP
 * Sallie Privett wins 800, 1600, 3200
 * Danielle Eckert raises school pole vault record to 11-3
 * Kyle Brown lowers school 100 meter record to 11.18

19 May - CIF Prelims - Enowitz breaks 10 min for 3200 - Player lowers school 100 record to 12.37 -- more
26 May - CIF Finals Sarah Player advances to state meet in High Jump and 300 meter hurdles - Lowers 100m record to 12.35
1-2 June State Meet

CIF Prelims, Finals, and State meet results are the CIF Archive Page.

Sarah PlayerUnion-Tribune Athletes of the Week

April 4, 2007

Sarah Player

Capturing three events at the Elmer Runge Invitational, the Islanders senior was selected the Female Athlete of the Meet. Player won the 100-meter hurdles in 16.15 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 25.55 – both school records – as well as the 300 hurdles in 46.32.

Obviously this was the season of Sarah Player. At the post season CIF advisory board meeting she was named CIF Division II female track athlete of the year. Not surprisingly she was also the Track Team's MVP and the top senior female athlete of the year (all sports) for Coronado High School.



2007 Coronado High School
Islander Cross Country

2007 Islander Cross Country League Champs
Click on the image above (or Here) for an album of the photos taken this season. Most were taken by Bill Davies and are large enough to make huge prints (3000 pixel width). They're in a Flickr set that you can download or order inexpensive prints from.
2007 Cross Country Results
Meet Results on Athletic.net
Individual Stats on Athletic.net

Cross Country Results for league meets are on the Central results page here starting with 2006.
Both boys and girls teams win league titles

The Nado Nattering articles and links to the invites attended are below

1 Sept Vaquero Stampede   

Full Results

Privett U-T Athlete of the week - Enowitz 2nd best time out of all boys - Frosh girls Lovering, Callahan, and Gimber up front

15 Sept Mt. Carmel

Full Results

Big PR for Ben Enowitz - Boys team of Enowitz, Grimes, O'Brien, Centeno, and Seifert top all other D-4 teams in meet
28 Sept Saints Small School

Full Results

Girls take team title, Privett 2nd overall
2 Oct Lincoln Dual Meet
6 Oct Central Park

Central Results

Lincoln fails to field full teams - default both races
9 Oct Clairemont Dual Meet Natterings
Central Results
Both boys and girls win over Clairemont. Boys race was a bit of an upset and position the Islanders for their 4th league title in a row. Only Christian stands in the way.
16 Oct Madison Dual Meet Natterings
Central Results
Warhawks no match for Islanders.
Boys 15 - 50
Girls 15 - 44
30 Oct Christian Dual Meet Natterings
Central Results
Both boys and girls win league with 5-0 seasons
6 Nov Central Finals Natterings
City Results
Nine Islanders (5 boys, 4 girls) make all-league teams.
Enowitz PR's on city course with fast 15:38 (3 miles)
20 Nov CIF Finals Natterings
CIF Results
Ben Enowitz wins CIF D-IV Cross Country Title  - Boys team and 3 girls qualify for state - Ben Enowitz, David Grimes, Annie Lovering, Cassie Callahan make All-CIF team.
27 Nov State Meet in Fresno Natterings
CIF Results
Ben Enowitz becomes first male Islander to make the All-State Cross Country team by finishing 8th at Fresno.


Union-Tribune Athletes of the Week
November 27th, 2007
Ben Enowitz

Ben Enowitz

Cross country

No Islanders boy had ever earned all-state honors (top-10 finish) until the senior finished eighth at the state cross country championships over the weekend in Fresno. Enowitz, the section Division IV champion, clocked a time of 16 minutes, 11 seconds over the 3.1-mile course.

December 26th 2007

Each sport's Captain excels both in the classroom and on the 'field'

Ben EnowitzBoys cross country

Ben Enowitz, Coronado

For Enowitz to be at the top of his sport, it's no surprise to learn he spends hours each day running long distances.

But what might be less expected is how much time he spends sitting behind a desk, tutoring students from elementary to high school in math.

“I love tutoring students,” said Enowitz, who is ranked in the top 1 percent of his class of 250. “I tutor five or six times a week with 12 different students. This has given me the opportunity to help them when they struggle academically.”

Enowitz will take his passion and drive to the East Coast next year, where he plans to attend MIT. Enowitz, who scored 2,170 on the SAT, is considering a major in mathematics or economics.

“(I want to) eventually teach and coach at a university,” he said.

Union-Tribune Athletes of the Week
September 5th, 2007

Sallie PrivettSallie  Privett
Cross country

Coming off a solid freshman season, Privett ran away from the frosh-soph division field in the Vaquero Invitational. Her time of 9:28 over the 1.65-mile Lindo Lake course was almost a full minute faster than the second-place finisher in her race and the best overall by four seconds.