AC Track Club


The Alameda Contra Costa County Track Club is an elite summer track club whose athletes train to compete in the National Junior Olympics.  It is comprised of high school athletes from the entire Bay Area who have had success and want to take their performance to the next level. 

California High School has had a close affiliation with the AC Track Club since 1999 when Coach Mark Karbo became one of the assistant coaches of the club.  Cal High coach Earl Harris is also an assistant coach with AC and works with their hurdlers.

Athletes who join the AC Track Club not only benefit from the increased level of competition at meets, but also from lengthening their season and training with some of the best high school athletes in the Bay Area.

Athletes compete in two age groups,  Intermediate Boys/Girls (15/16 years old) and Young Men/Women (17/18 years old) .  The 2002 national championships will be in Omaha, Nebraska.

Some Cal High athletes who have participated in AC Track include:

Ricco Brown (1999) - member of the 4x400 relay team which was 4th at nationals with a time of 3:11.

Nino Kolyouthapong (2000/2001) - finished 7th at nationals in the 400IH last year and 11th in the 110HH.  Took 2nd place in each at the regional championships.

Kevin Diestel (2001) - qualified for nationals in the 400IH after finishing 3rd at regionals.

Garrett Adame (2001) - qualified for nationals in both throws by winning the shot put at regionals and taking 2nd in the discus.

Kyle Diestel (2001) - ran a p.r. split for the 4x400 relay team at the regional championships.