Varsity Boys Cross Country

Palo Alto 2nd , 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, Bellarmine 29; 2, Palo Alto 65; 3, Homestead 88; 4, Monta Vista 173; 5, North Salinas 234; 6, Salinas 244; 7, Cupertino 257; 8, Milpitas 260; 9, Andrew Hill 271; 10, San Benito 274; 11, Menlo-Atherton 281 (Top two teams qualify for State Meet)
Individual leaders
1, Kent Slaney (Palo Alto) 15:22.0
2, Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau (Bellarmine) 15:35.0
3, Matt Richardson (Bellarmine) 15:38.7
4, Brent Morgensen (Monta Vista) 15:41.3
5, Thomas Busse (Bellarmine) 15:46.2
6, Jorge Estrella (Andrew Hill) 15:48.3
7, Elijah Changco (San Benito) 15:48.8
8, Christopher Reed (Homestead) 15:52.2
9, Alex Scales (Bellarmine) 15:56.1
10, Derk Shiu (Bellarmine) 16:00.2
11, Zahid Anjum (Wilcox) 16:00.7
12, Tyler Yep (Evergreen Valley) 16:00.9
13, Naveen Pai (Palo Alto) 16:02.1
14, Henry Saul (Palo Alto) 16:06.5
15, Arjun Savel (Andrew Hill) 16:07.1
Other Palo Alto scorers
20, Sam Craig 16:20.8
21, Spencer Morgenfeld 16:21.0
Menlo-Atherton scorers
32, Robert Lane 16:38.9
41, Andrew Salinas 17:02.6
69, Rohan DePuy 17:35.5
72, Kevin Conrad 17:37.5
82, Luke Scandlyn 17:48.8

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 14, 2015 at 12:38 pm

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posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 14, 2015 at 7:39 pm

Palo Alto junior Naveen Pai finished 13th to help the Vikings take second in Division I. Photo by Malcolm Slaney.

Paly freshman Henry Saul was 14th in the Division I race. Photo by Malcolm Slaney.
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