Sixteen Sonoma Valley High thinclads – 11 girls and five boys – qualified Saturday for next Saturday’s North Coast Section Meet.

The 16 qualified at the Sonoma County League meet which was hosted by Sonoma Valley High at Piner.

Petaluma won the girls title with 158, El Molino was second with 109, Sonoma third with 72, Analy fourth with 52, Healdsburg fifth with 50, Piner sixth with 34 and Elsie Allen was seventh with four points.

On the boys side, El Molino won the title with 159 points, Petaluma was second with 114, Piner was third with 78, Healdsburg was fourth with 52, Sonoma was fifth with 44, Analy was sixth with 38 and Elsie Allen was seventh with eight.

Seniors Noah Bartolome, Julia Hart and Hannah Ford-Monroe; juniors Emma Maggioncalda, Gigi Girish and Amy Stanfield; and sophomore Justin Cox qualified in two events each.

Bartolome was second in the boys 110 hurdles (15.63) and was third in the 400 meters (52.77). Hart was fifth in the girls shot (27-08.5) and sixth in the discus (94-00). Ford-Monroe was third in both the girls 100 hurdles (16.22) and the 300 hurdles (49.04).

Maggioncalda won the girls high jump (4-10) and was sixth in the 200 meters (28.17). Girish was seventh in the girls 200 meters (28.22) and eighth in 100 meters (12.58). Stanfield was third in the girls 1,600 (5:31.19) and second in the 400 (1:03.16). Cox was sixth in the boys 1,600 (4:37.20) and 10th in the 800 (2:10.29).

Also qualifying was freshman Kasia Jacobson, second in the girls high jump (4-08); sophomore Annika Ginter, eighth in the girls 100 hurdles (20.19); junior Trinity McGuiness, fourth in the girls 400 (1:04.34); freshman Kahlil Villas Martins, first in the boys 100 (11.04); sophomore Andrew Powers, eighth in the boys 100 (11.79); senior Grace Cutting, fifth in the girls 300 hurdles (49.85); sophomore Jesus Robles, eighth in the boys 200 (25.68);junior Aliya Blinman, fifth in the girls 3,200 (12:49.51); and senior Maddie Cashel, sixth in the girls 3,200 (13:25.36.

Saturday’s North Coast Section Meet is at Redwood High School in Larkspur with events getting under way starting at 8 a.m.