Varsity Boys Cross Country

SCVAL El Camino Division Championships , Gunn 2nd

Date of competition: Tuesday, November 3, 2009

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Gunn senior Paul Summers finished second, his best finish at the SCVAL El Camino Division cross-country championships, but defending champion Mountain View still ran away with the team title on Tuesday over the 2.95-mile layout at Crystal Springs in Belmont. The Spartans' Garrett Rowe won the individual title with a solid 14:58.

Summers ran 15:09 on the warm day, missing a sub-15:00 time that would have gotten him on the all-time list at the course. Mountain View, meanwhile, put all five of its runners among the first 10 and scored just 22 points for the title. Gunn was second (56) and Palo Alto third (63) to advance to the Central Coast Section finals on Nov. 14 back at Crystal Springs.

SCVAL El Camino Division
At Crystal Springs, Belmont (2.95 miles)
Team scores – 1, Mountain View 22; 2, Gunn 56; 3, Palo Alto 63; 4, Los Altos 118; 5, Milpitas 126; 6, Wilcox 149; 7, Santa Clara 201.
Individual leaders
1, Garrett Rowe (Mtn. View) 14:58
2, Paul Summers (Gunn) 15:09
3, Ian Myjer (Mtn. View) 15:26
4, Parker Schuh (Mtn. View) 15:39
5, Philip MacQuitty (Palo Alto) 15:57
6, Bryan Crook (Mtn. View) 16:01
7, Alex Johann (Gunn) 16:03
8, Aubrey Myjer (Mtn. View) 16:05
9, Josh Newby (Palo Alto) 16:06
10, Robert Chen (Gunn) 16:08
11, Chris Wells (Mtn. View) 16:11
12, Peter Wilson (Palo Alto) 16:15
13, Yohannas Estifanos (Milpitas) 16:27
14, Alex McGuirk (Mtn. View) 16:44
15, Benjamin Schneider (Los Altos) 16:46

Other Gunn -- 17, Aaron Guggenheim 17:01; 20, Daniel Damian 17:11.
Other Palo Alto -- 18, Ben Sklaroff 17:07; 19, Alex Voet 17:09:

posted by Palo Alto Online on Nov 3, 2009 at 5:37 pm

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