Varsity Girls Cross Country

Gunn 22, Palo Alto 38

Date of competition: Tuesday, October 28, 2008

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Junior Lisa Fawcett ran the No. 4 all-time mark of 12:29 while holding off Gunn senior teammate Allegra Mayer to win the girls' individual title and help the Titans win the team crown at the Palo Alto City Cross-Country Championships on Tuesday over the 2.18-mile Bol Park course. Castilleja finished third in the team race with 65 points.

Palo Alto City Championships
at Bol Park (2.18 miles)
Team scores -- 1, Gunn 22; 2, Palo Alto 38; 3, Castilleja 65.
Individual leaders -- 1, Fawcett (Gunn) 12:29; 2, Mayer (Gunn) 12:36; 3, Dohner (Gunn) 13:00; 4, Scott (Paly) 13:06; 5, Cain (Paly) 13:16; 6, Higgins (Paly) 13:18; 7, Gallagher (Gunn) 13:19; 8, Skokowski (Castilleja) 13:23; 9, Saxena (Gunn) 13:23; 10, Dairaghi (Paly) 13:35; 11, Swenson (Castilleja) 13:37; 12, Reid (Gunn) 13:39; 13, Wang (Paly) 13:41; 14, O'Malley (Castilleja) 13:53; 15, Christenson (Castilleja) 13:53.

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Palo Alto's Elizaberth Scott (left) finished fourth and Castilleja's Rachel Skokowski was eighth at the Palo Alto City Cross-Country Championships on Tuesday. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online.

Gunn sophomore Emma Dohner races past the construction fences surrounding the new athletic fields at Gunn during the Palo Alto City Cross Country Championships on Tuesday. Dohner finished third in the girls' race. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online.

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