Varsity Boys Cross Country

Gunn's Andrew Prior 3rd , CCS D-I Championships

Date of competition: Saturday, November 12, 2011

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CCS Division I Championships
At Crystal Springs, Belmont (2.95 miles)
Team scores --
1, Carlmont 38; 2, Bellarmine 69; 3, San Benito 111; 4, Menlo-Atherton 165; 5, Gunn 170; 6, Monta Vista 197; 7, Homestead 208; 8, Alisal 210; 9, Wilcox 210; 10, Santa Teresa 238; 11, Salinas 310; 12, Silver Creek 319; 13, Andrew Hill 337; 14, Sequoia 345; 15, Evergreen Valley 388; 16, Watsonville 415 (Top 2 teams qualify for state meet)
Individual leaders
1, Yohaness Estifanos (Milpitas) 14:59 (state qualifier)
2, Kevin Bishop (Monta Vista) 15:06 (state qualifier)
3, Andrew Prior (Gunn) 15:23 (state qualifier)
4, Jeffrey Stalun (Carlmont (15:29
5, Francisco Salvador (Alisal) 15:30 (state qualifier)
6, Charles Deanda (Bellarmine) 15:30
7, Ryan Dimick (Carlmont) 15:31
8, Miguel Vasquez (Hill) 15:34 (state qualifier)
9, Mark Vingralek (Carlmont) 15:37
10, Esteban Valencia (Bellarmine) 15:42
Other Gunn -- 24, Peter Chen 16:18; 32, Daniel Krigel 16:25; 35, Michael Underwood 16:29; 89, Shaun Yee 17:35
Menlo-Atherton -- 13, Michael Hester 15:48; 34, Jack Beckwith 16:26; 37, Jordan Scandlyn 16:30; 38, Zack Plante 16:30; 54, George Baier 16:54

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 12, 2011 at 3:59 pm

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posted by Keith Peters on Nov 14, 2011 at 3:25 pm

Gunn senior Andrew Prior (second from left) pulled away from all three of these runners to finish third in the boys' CCS Division I race and earn a trip to the state meet. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online.

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