Varsity Girls Cross Country

WBAL Meet No. 2 , Priory 1st

Date of competition: Thursday, October 15, 2009

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Lauren Allen finished fourth overall and teammate Kat Gregory took sixth to pace The Priory to a team title in the West Bay Athletic League’s second girls’ cross-country meet of the season on Thursday at Shoreline Park in Mountain View. Allen clocked 20:10 over the three-mile course while Gregory ran 20:27 to help the Panthers score 64 points and hold off second-place Notre Dame-San Jose by six points. Menlo was sixth in the team race with 149 points while Sacred Heart Prep (173) was seventh and Castilleja (182) eighth. Pinewood was 11th in the 11-team field.

Rachel Skokowski led Castilleja with a fifth-place finish of 20:25. Jennie Christensen of Priory was 10th in 21:01 while teammates Devon Errington (21:30) and Elizabeth Draeger (21:45) finished 20th and 24th, respectively, to round out Priory’s scoring. Maddie Taylor paced Menlo with a 12th-place finish of 21:07.

West Bay Athletic League
At Shoreline Park, Mt. View (3.0 miles)
Team results — 1, The Priory 64; 2. Notre Dame-San Jose 70; 3. Harker 74; 4. The King's Academy 127; 5. Crystal Springs Upland 141; 6. Menlo School 149; 7. Sacred Heart Prep 173; 8. Castilleja 182; 9. Mercy-Burlingame 193; 10. Mercy-San Francisco 274; 11. Pinewood (P) 275.

Leading individuals:
Hilbrich (Harker) 19:32
Wright (King’s Academy) 19:52
Pandori (NDSJ) 20:02
Allen (Priory) 20:10
Skokowski (Castilleja) 20:25
Gregory (Priory) 20:27
Grossman (Crystal Springs) 20:37
Connel (Harker) 20:51
Green (King’s Academy) 20:59
Christensen (Priory) 21:01.

posted by Palo Alto Online on Oct 16, 2009 at 9:34 am

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