Varsity Girls Cross Country

Menlo-Atherton 3rd , CCS Division I finals

Date of competition: Saturday, November 14, 2015

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CCS Division I Championships
At Crystal Springs (2.95 miles)
Team leaders --
1, Homestead 62; 2, Monta Vista 89; 3, Menlo-Atherton 95; 4, San Benito 115; 5, Los Altos 171; 6, Fremont 241; 7, Palo Alto 248; 8, Wilcox 279; 9, Evergreen Valley 281; 10, Salinas 284 (Top two teams advance to State Meet)
Individual leaders
1, Lauren Jacob (Los Altos) 18:05.6
2, Annalisa Crowe (Menlo-Atherton) 18:11.7
3, Caroline Gee (Cupertino) 18:15.6
4, Lindsay Allen (Homestead) 18:34.9
5, Sophie Walton (Sequoia) 18:43.0
6, Katie Williams (Homestead) 18:44.2
7, Annmarie Howell (Santa Teresa) 18:47.1
8, Madeleine Baier (Menlo-Atherton) 18:57.3
9, JJ Escalera (Fremont) 19:03.6
10, Cat DePuy (Menlo-Atherton) 19:06.5
11, Elena Kamas (Homestead) 19:07.8
12, Julia Doubson (Palo Alto) 19:08.2
13, Sarah Feng (Monta Vista) 19:14.6
14, MacKenzie Cox (Fremont) 19:17.8
15, Anna Hsiao (Monta Vista)
Other Menlo-Atherton scorers
34, Anna Leake 20:18.2
41, Olivia Shane 20:29.8
Other Palo Alto scorers
39, Maya Rebitzer 20:25.8
62, Andrea Chandler 21:07.3
64, Sarah Wang 21:08.6
79, Maya Wilson 21:30.5

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 14, 2015 at 11:53 am

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M-A senior Annalisa Crowe finished second in Division I and qualified for the State Meet. Photo by Malcolm Slaney.
 
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