Varsity Boys Cross Country

Sacred Heart Prep 6th , CCS Division IV finals

Date of competition: Saturday, November 14, 2015

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CCS Division IV Championships
At Crystal Springs (2.95 miles)
Team leaders --
1, San Lorenzo Valley 91; 2, Half Moon Bay 105; 3, King City 119; 4, Greenfield 124; 5, Scotts Valley 130; 6, Sacred Heart Prep 135; 7, Pacific Grove 149; 8, North Monterey County 194; 9, Palma 202; 10, Carmel 204; 11, Menlo School 217 (Top three teams qualify for State Meet)
Individual leaders
1, Roman Munoz (King City) 15:22.3
2, Graham Faust (Half Moon Bay) 15:36.9
3, Robert Miranda (Menlo School) 15:47.2
4, John Ross (Scotts Valley) 15:50.0
5, Ricardo Lizardi (King City) 15:53.3
6, Tommy Padilla (Palma) 16:00.6
7, Luke McCartney (Scotts Valley) 16:00.8
8, Chris Anderson (SLV) 16:04.8
9, Bobby Munoz (SLV) 16:05.7
10, Jaime Garcia (Greenfield) 16:09.6
11, Brett Anstrom (SHP) 16:18.8
12, Corey O’Driscoll (Half Moon Bay) 16:22.6
13, Jesus Avalos (King City) 16:23.5
14, Everett Millette (Pacific Grove) 16:25.2
15, Henry Loh (Pacific Grove) 16:25.4
Other Menlo School scorers
62, Nikhil Singhal 18:00.8
71, Josh Eichbaum 18:14.3
79, Ben Zdasiuk 18:31.1
89, Scott Stevens 19:27.4
Other Sacred Heart Prep scorers
19, Max Cluss 16:35.1
24, Sasha Novitsky 16:42.4
32, Graham MacFarquhar 16:51.5
54, Page Anderson 17:39.8

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 14, 2015 at 5:55 pm

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