Ukiah Invitational (NorCal) Feb 23rd could use a few more

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Ukiah Invitational (NorCal) Feb 23rd could use a few more

Post by SOPomo » December 14th, 2018, 3:38 pm

Hello all,

Ukiah is hosting our first invitational on Saturday, February 23rd, modeled after the experts from Churchill / Mira Loma / Chirstensen who have been doing invites for years (or decades). We have room for a couple more Div B and Div C teams, trying to get as many as possible who would want to travel up to us the way we travel down to you all for invites. We're planning a 9am start (like Churchill) for anyone who wishes to do the drive early Saturday morning instead of grabbing Friday night hotels, and we're also planning gift card prizes for medalists as an extra incentive to come on up to us to help make our first one a success. I know most of the Sacramento and Bay Area ones fill up immediately, so if you missed your chance or could use one more practice before Regionals (or after if you're from SoCal), let me know on a message here or via email alane@uusd.net for more information. Cheers, and good luck this year.

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Re: Ukiah Invitational (NorCal) Feb 23rd could use a few more

Post by Unome » December 14th, 2018, 8:56 pm

SOPomo wrote:modeled after the experts from Churchill / Mira Loma / Chirstensen who have been doing invites for years (or decades).
Just wanted to point out that the oldest invitationals in CA (to my knowledge) are Mira Loma and Troy, which started around 5 years ago. The massive growth in CA invitationals is very recent.
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Re: Ukiah Invitational (NorCal) Feb 23rd could use a few more

Post by Dohnnovan » December 15th, 2018, 9:36 pm

Unome wrote:
SOPomo wrote:modeled after the experts from Churchill / Mira Loma / Chirstensen who have been doing invites for years (or decades).
Just wanted to point out that the oldest invitationals in CA (to my knowledge) are Mira Loma and Troy, which started around 5 years ago. The massive growth in CA invitationals is very recent.
(I’m not 100% sure about this) I’m pretty sure the Christensen coach used to be Solons coach, and that’s where I think the decades comes from.
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Post by Unome » December 16th, 2018, 7:02 am

Dohnnovan wrote:
Unome wrote:
SOPomo wrote:modeled after the experts from Churchill / Mira Loma / Chirstensen who have been doing invites for years (or decades).
Just wanted to point out that the oldest invitationals in CA (to my knowledge) are Mira Loma and Troy, which started around 5 years ago. The massive growth in CA invitationals is very recent.
(I’m not 100% sure about this) I’m pretty sure the Christensen coach used to be Solons coach, and that’s where I think the decades comes from.
Ah, that is true - I'd forgotten about that.
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Re: Ukiah Invitational (NorCal) Feb 23rd could use a few more

Post by SOPomo » December 18th, 2018, 9:50 am

Unome wrote:
Dohnnovan wrote:
Unome wrote: Just wanted to point out that the oldest invitationals in CA (to my knowledge) are Mira Loma and Troy, which started around 5 years ago. The massive growth in CA invitationals is very recent.
(I’m not 100% sure about this) I’m pretty sure the Christensen coach used to be Solons coach, and that’s where I think the decades comes from.
Ah, that is true - I'd forgotten about that.
Yes, was referencing the former Solon coach. I believe he was well into his 20s in number of invites he's put on when he talked to us at his last invite's rewards.

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