Varsity Girls Cross Country

Santa Cruz 46, Menlo 100

Date of competition: Saturday, November 12, 2016

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CCS championship
at Crystal Springs course
Saturday
Division IV
Team leaders
1, Santa Cruz 46*
2, San Lorenzo Valley 67*
3, Menlo 100*
4, Scotts Valley 122
5, Carmel 130
6, Sacred Heart Prep 148
7, Pacific Grove 154
8, The Kings Academy 193
9, Greenfield 201
10, Half Moon Bay 268
Individual leaders
1, Novitsky (SHP) 17:47.8*
2, Freidman (SCruz) 17:56.2
3, Iyer (Harker) 18:01.8*
4, Meza (Green) 18:42.2*
5, Meck (SLV) 18:50.6
6, Roake (SCruz) 18:52.8
7, Crowder (Menlo) 19:07.3*
8, Kain (SValley) 19:35.7
9, Penny (SLV) 19:40.9
10, Ward (SCruz) 19:42.9
Other Menlo runners
17, Pretre 20:11.0
19, Boom 20:38.3
31, Tomkinson 21:18.9
33, Cordon 21:28.6
34, Aufriat 21:30.5
66, Foster 23:02.3
Other Sacred Heart runners
32, Howell 21:26.0
36, Whitcomb 21:35.3
38, Bashiri 21:37.9
55, Duncanson 22:25.3
60, Johnson 22:48.8
88, Corrigan 25:17.6
*State qualifiers

posted by Rick on Nov 12, 2016 at 4:19 pm

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posted by Rick on Nov 13, 2016 at 1:10 am

Video Natalie Novitsky crosses the finish line
 
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posted by Rick on Nov 13, 2016 at 1:45 am

Natalie Novitsky won the CCS Division IV girls title. Photo by David Johnson.

Eliza Crowder finished seventh and helped Menlo qualify for the state meet for the first time in school history. Photo by Robert Tomkinson
 
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