The boys is in the midst of a breakout season as for the third consecutive week a team record fell. Every runner cracked the 9 minute mark as the team went on to shatter the school record by over a minute. Jason Li started the relay for the second year in a row and ran an impressive opening leg of 8:45, a personal best time. Passing off to Jeremy Dong, he held his own finishing just shy of his best mark from last season in 8:50, respectably.
|The Girls finish on the podium for the fourth consecutive year.|
Just as impressive was the demonstration of the team's depth. In the sub-varsity race the team of Cameron Lockard, Dean DeMoss, Matt Weeks, Joseph Rentali and Sam Han led the team to a fourth place finish in their division, also in team record time for the sub-varsity division. The Warriors efforts have not gone unnoticed, they have been climbing the rankings and are currently ranked fifth in CCS for DIII.
Not to be outdone the girls team also had a spectacular day finishing third in the large school division despite missing some key varsity runners taking the ACT. Kailey Eddy led off with a strong leg 10:27, running one of the slightly longer segments she recorded the fastest split of the day and held her own against some of the top runners in the race looking to take the race out hard. She handed off to freshman Camille Reed who ran spectacular in her debut splitting 10:26. Nicole Favre had a huge 40 second improvement over last year's time to finish in 10:33. Vanessa Giacalone (11:15) and sophomore rookie Lauren Cicisly (11:07) held on to put the the Warriors on the podium for the fourth consecutive year.
The Girls sub-varsity also had an impressive showing finishing fourth in their division. Freshman Brianna Becerra and Sophia Patterson led off the first two legs and had had an outstanding race finishing the first leg in 11:07 and 11:40, respectably. Annie Yeh, Bekah Bruckner and Caitlyn Rowland closed out the run to finish in 62:01.
The team will next compete in the Lowell Invitational, September 20 at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.
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