Varsity Boys Cross Country

Menlo-Atherton 6th , CCS Division I Championships

Date of competition: Saturday, November 16, 2013

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CCS Championships
Division I
At Crystal Springs, Belmont (2.95 miles)
Team leaders (top three advance to state finals) --
1, Bellarmine 36; 2, Carlmont 42; 3, Homestead 89; 4, San Benito 119; 5, Monta Vista 187; 6, Menlo-Atherton 241; 7, Evergreen Valley 249; 8, Gunn 252; 9, Palo Alto 261; 10, Santa Teresa 266
Individual leaders
1, Ryan Dimick (Carlmont) 15:31
2, Mark Vingralek (Carlmont) 15:36
3, Matt Seidel (Bellarmine) 15:38
4, Alex Sasser (Bellarmine) 15:43
5, Steven Velarde (San Benito) 15:44*
6, Michael Bereket (Carlmont) 15:44
7, Miles Meijer (Bellarmine) 15:46
8, Zach Plante ( Menlo-Atherton) 15:46*
9, Cooper Sloan (Homestead) 15:47
10, Tucker Meijer (Bellarmine) 15:54
11, Jacob Garrissere (Santa Teresa) 15:56*
12, Justin Barry (Bellarmine) 15:57
13, Marcus Avila (Bellarmine) 16:04
14, Brandon Sutton ( Homestead) 16:06
15, James Schulte (Carlmont) 16:08
(* individual state qualifier)
Gunn scorers
32, Thomas Rasmussen 16:45
54, Jonas Enders 17:10
55, Noah Krigel 17:10
66, Ian Malone 17:15
68, Antonio Puglisi 17:22
Palo Alto scorers
40, Aaron Chandler 16:58
47, Kent Slaney 17:01
58, Kai Oda 17:12
63, Ben Beaudry 17:15
78, Jake Gurle 17:35
Other M-A scorers
44, Adam Scandlyn 17:01
67, Kevin Conrad 17:21
71, Nicolas Plume 17:28
74, Arnaud Laprais 17:31

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 16, 2013 at 5:48 pm

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posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 18, 2013 at 4:42 pm

M-A senior Zach Plante finished eighth in the Division I race and earned a berth for the state meet. Photo by John Hale.
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