Varsity Girls Cross Country

Palo Alto 1st , Palo Alto City Championships

Date of competition: Tuesday, October 23, 2012

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Sophomore Katie Foug led the Palo Alto girls' cross-country team to a solid victory over host Gunn in the annual Palo Alto City Championships on Tuesday over the 2.18-mile layout at Bol Park. Foug toured the course in 12:45 as the Vikings put seven runners among the top 10 and scored 23 points to the Titans' 36.

Palo Alto City Championships
At Bol Park (2.18 miles)
Team scores --
1, Palo Alto 23; Gunn 36.
Individual leaders
1, Katie Foug (Paly) 12:45
2, Gillian Meeks (Gunn) 12:51.8
3, Nora Rosati (Paly) 13:11.9
4, Eliana Ribbe (Gunn) 13:15.4
5, Chika Kasahara (Paly) 13:17.1
6, Portia Barrientos (Paly) 13:35.7
7, Jessica Luo (Gunn) 13:37.6
8, Emma Ramey (Paly) 13:49.9
9, Audrey DeBruine (Paly) 13:55.6
10. Kylie Wilson (Paly) 14:08.6
11, Ariana Tindall (Paly) 14:09.9
12, Zoe Mahony (Gunn) 14:10.2
13, Sophia Robinson (Paly) 14:13.4
14, Catherine Kim (Gunn) 14:17.8
15, Maya Mahony (Gunn) 14:20.1
16, Torey Butner (Gunn) 14:27.6
17, Courtney Hull (Paly) 14:31.2
18, Elissa Yang (Paly) 14:34.0
19, Michelle Zhang (Gunn) 14:34.2
20, Maryssa Sklaroff (Paly) 14:36.0

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posted by Palo Alto Online on Oct 24, 2012 at 11:51 am

Palo Alto sophomore Katie Foug won the girls' title at the Palo Alto City Championships on Tuesday. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online Sports.
 
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