The Girls were also stellar on the day running a 103:44 team time, the second fastest in school history. Freshman Mackenzie Thomas had a breakthrough performance running 19:52, her first run under 20 minutes. Thomas took the race out aggressively crossing two miles in 12:50 a respectable time in itself. The remaining scorers all packed together at the two mile mark in 13:42 or faster.
Brianna Becerra led the charge of the chase pack passing two miles in 13:25. She finished in 20:30, a time over two minutes faster than she ran here a year ago! Nicole Favre is back to full strength running a personal best 20:50. Sophia Patterson also smashed her personal best running 21:13, exactly one minute faster than last year. Freshman Kayla Nanez tightened up the last mile but continues to be a huge impact runner for the varsity team running 21:17. Vanessa Giacalone rounded out the varsity team running 21:46.
The boys were led by Joe Renati who finished in a team record 16:18. Three other's cracked the 17 minute mark as well: Nedu Ndili (16:48), Mitchell Rohr (16:54) and Sam Cuevas (16:55). Dean DeMoss also finished in personal best 17:14; Peter Enfantino (17:19) and Justin Baraona (17:48) rounded out the varsity team.
Renati led the team through two miles in 10:42 with Ndili close behind in 10:47. The remaining pack came through in 11:10-11:15. Once again the spread of the varsity boys was just 55 second apart.
In the boys Freshman race Jake DeMoss finished 13th in a time of 18:13.
"I thought our runners did a great job," Coach Hamilton said about the race. "They worked together, ran well and we had lots of personal bests today to prove it."
The Warriors will next compete in the WCAL Championship November 4 at Crystal Springs.
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Junior Varsity girls had a stellar day as all six runners ended with a personal best!
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