Varsity Girls Cross Country

Menlo School 6th , CCS Division IV Championships

Date of competition: Saturday, November 16, 2013

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CCS Championships
Division IV
At Crystal Springs, Belmont (2.95 miles)
Team scores (top four teams advance to state finals) --
1, San Lorenzo Valley 31; 2, Scotts Valley 97; 3, Half Moon Bay 105; 4, Greenfield 136; 5, Santa Catalina 139; 6, Menlo School 150; 7, King's Academy 153; 8, Mercy-Burlingame 187; 9, Pacific Grove 198; 10, Sacred Heart Prep 295; 11, Carmel 295; 12, Notre Dame-Belmont 346; 13, Seaside 373; 14, Marina 433
Individual leaders
1, Anna Maxwell (SLV) 16:53
2, Valerie Morrison (Scotts Valley) 17:58
3, Niki Iyer (Harker) 18:01*
4, Claire MacMillan (SLV) 18:20
5, Zoe Enright (Menlo) 18:32*
6, Lizzie Lacy (Menlo) 18:34*
7, Meghan Moyer (Mercy Burl.) 19:02*
8, Abbey Meck (SLV) 19:05
9, Carmen Contreras (Half Moon Bay) 19:07
10, Abby Sherman (SLV) 19:18
11, Jocelyn Sosa (Greenfield) 19:22
12, Jessica Jensen (SLV) 19:22
13, Christina Hashimoto (Pacific Grove) 19:31*
14, Maddie McKenzie (Carmel) 19:33
15, Carmen Zafra (Half Moon Bay) 19:36
(* individual state qualifier)
Other Menlo School scorers
32, Eliza Crowder 20:26
52, Simran Arora 21:25
66, Brooke Hamarskjold 22:18
Sacred Heart Prep scorers
36, Natalie Novitsky 20:40
62, Jacquelyn Louie 21:58
67, Lindsay Schott 22:18
68, Eve Sutton 22:27
82, Katie Harrison 23:09

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 16, 2013 at 1:45 pm

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