The youthful varsity boys cross country team continues to show the promise of the future finishing 5th in WCAL #2. Led by Sophomore Will Luders ran the #3 all-time mark in team history for the Warriors running the 3 mile course in 16:28. He was closely followed by Freshman, Ryane Li in 16:48. His mark is #5 all-time and was within one second of Luders Freshman record set a year ago. Senior Nate Moore continues his stellar season with a big personal best of 17:20. His time is #19 all-time for the Warriors. Noah Shinn continues his comeback from shin splints that kept him out much of the early season. Shinn dropped decent time over last week and continues to show steady improvement heading into the Championship meets coming up. Jack Adamson hit a personal best, running his best race of the season finishing in 17:46 as all five scoring runners dipped under 18 minutes. The boys team time of 86:02 puts them on the bubble for CCS qualifying and will need to match this performance in two weeks at the WCAL Championship. The team qualifying time is 86:01.
Christine Albrect led the Lady Warriors with a 4th place finish running the three mile race in 19:11. Freshman, Brynn McMahon continues to impress finishing 10th in 19:46. She was followed by Alexis McMahon who continues to show steady improvement throughout the season, ran a personal best 20:14. Katelyn Stone continues to return from injury. Running only twice a week took nearly a minute off from her time a week ago to finish in 21:32. Maylene Aguilar had her best race of the season rounding out the scoring team in 22:23. Girls finished with a team time of 103:09.
The freshman girls continue to develop and show promise. Natalie Rivas led the Frosh-Soph girls with a run of 23:41. Grace Trinh (24:01) and Reena Kim (24:53) rounded out the top 3. Ella Pond was the top finisher in the JV girls race finishing in 25:38.
The Warriors will compete in the WCAL Championship October 31 at Crystal Springs. Races start at 2 pm.
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