Gunn's Enders races to boys title at Ram Invitational


Jonas Enders followed his victory in the Moonlight Run with another one Saturday at the Ram cross country Invitational in Daly City.

The Gunn senior raced the 2.4-mile course in 12:39, finishing five seconds ahead of the pack.

Karl Zahlhaas-Lieb and Luke Scandlyn finished ninth (13:06) and 10th (13:09) respectively to help Menlo-Atherton finish third as a team.

Justin Chiao was 16th in 13:21 for the Titans, who were ninth.

Priory was 16th as a team, while Jack Nash led the way in 21st (13:29).

Menlo-Atherton placed fourth in the girls race and Gunn was seventh.

Lena Kalotihos ran 10th for the Bears in 15:44, while Anna Leake placed 18th on 15:59.

Claire Hu led Gunn with a 12th-place finish in 15:50. Priya Thomas was 25th in 16:15.

Girls golf

Lauren von Thaden shot a 40 and Caroline Park finished with a 43 to lead Sacred Heart Prep past The King's Academy, 229-284, in a nonleague match at Sharon Heights on Monday.,

Girls tennis

Wallis Hess earned a 6-0, 6-0 victory at the top of the ladder and Simran Sandhu won at No. 4 singles to pace Castilleja's 4-3 victory over host Leland on Monday in a nonleague match.

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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