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Los Osos H.S. Cross Country
Michael Oravets
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Los Osos H. S. has competed in the powerful Baseline League since the school opened in the Fall of 2002.

  • Girls: League Champions 2004, 2005, 2012 (Ind) 
  • Girls: Baseline runner-up 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
    Girls: CIF 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015 (Ind)
  • Boys: League Champion 2004 (Ind), 2007 (Ind), 2014 (Ind)
  • Boys: Baseline runner-up 2005, 2006
  • Boys : CIF 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 (Ind), 2009 (Ind), 2010 (Ind), 2013 (Ind), 2014
  • Boys : State 2004 (Ind), 2005 (Ind)

Coaches Contacts
Coach "O"     moravets@charter.net
   (909) 260-9577

Coach Skiles    thomas.skiles@cjuhsd.net    (909) 263-3317

Coach Hawkins     dhawkin1@alumni.nd.edu    (909) 223-4308  



Thursday, July 14

THIS WEEK WITH THE GRIZZLIES!!!

For the remainder of the semester, everyone must dress out and stay active during 6th period.  Everyone must also stay north of the service road (in stadium or basketball courts) until the bell rings.  There is no reason to be anywhere else.



Monday, April 25

NOVEMBER NEWS AND NOTES!!!            

Banquet:  Thursday, December 8th at 6:00pm.  It will be a "no-cost" potluck in the LOHS Cafeteria.  Girls and frosh boys will be assigned desserts, while the rest of the boys are on appetizers.  Coffee will be provided, but you must bring your own drinks.  Please bring serving utensils if required.

PICTURES NEEDED:  The Rivas family has graciously volunteered to put together our season DVD, but that can't happen without your help.  It's a time consuming task that is made much easier if we all send any pictures we have to them in a timely manner.  If you want to email them or if you have questions, email Mitch Rivas at mitracy@verizon.net

You can also put them on a flash drive or disk and bring them on Monday. 

Logging Miles:  You must log miles for cross country.  It's not only required but it's a great way of seeing progress and motivating yourself.  There's even a running2win app now to make logging easier!  Register now if you do not already have an account.  Miles begin to count on June 1st.  You need to "Join A Team" for us to see your activity.  Directions are below:

1 Go to this Free Web Site: www.running2win.com.
2.Register yourself with a username and password and some other basic information.
3.Once you've registered, click on the link within the site to "join a team." You will be prompted to enter a Team ID;  it is T-7864100205-20, then click "Submit Request". That sends an email to Coach O who will grant you access.
Fill out your mileage daily!!


Unsure of your mileage???  Go to Google Earth, click on the ruler icon in the toolbar above the image...when the window opens, click on Path, then measure your route and it keeps a running total of mileage!

     



Cif '16
Friday, November 11

BOYS A LITTLE FLAT AT PRELIMS!!!

Catching lightning in a bottle two weeks in a row is tough to do.  I know I have written this same story many times over the years, but it is not unusual in the sports world to pull off a big upset in the playoffs and then look like a different team in the next game.  There was certainly some of that this morning at the Riverside Cross Country course.  Greener and less dusty as compared to a year ago, the boys took on the flat course and looked to be in decent shape at the midway point, but the second half of the course was less kind.  They would have had to run the best race of the season to advance...and have a team or two that were slated to advance have a bad day.  The second part of that did happen, but League Finals will remain as their best race of the season.  The Grizzlies were not alone as the entire Baseline League was shut out from Finals as no team advanced on the boys side.  

Results (16th of 20 teams - top 8 advance;  142 total runners):
82. Lorenzo Corona - 16:39;  90. Andrew Oravets - 16:45;  98. Blake LaClaire - 16:55;  104. Javier Ruedas - 17:01;  106. Ruben Ruiz - 17:03;  117. Nick Hills - 17:26;  118. Marco Ospina - 17:28 


CIF TEam
Wednesday, November 2

BOYS PREVAIL IN THREE TEAM THROW DOWN!!!

In 2014, the boys varsity won a three team showdown for the final CIF spot...by a single point!  It's amazing how history has a habit of repeating itself.  After a 3rd place finish at Red Hill, the boys stumbled and finished 5th at Bonelli, leaving themselves in a position needing a 3rd place finish at League Finals...at Mt. SAC.  That was the story two years ago, but it reads exactly the same in 2016.  Except there was no one point win in this three team throwdown;  the boys left nothing to chance today and scored a decisive team win and nearly took the 2nd place spot, missing that by a single point.  

Ugly winds greeted the Grizzlies, but that didn't alter the game plan...turn it on at the mile mark and after you finish be able to say that you did everything you could do.  One thing you have no control over is how the others run.  With the technology used today, team scores at the one mile mark had the team down 26 points to Etiwanda for the 3rd spot and 46 points behind Chino Hills in 2nd.  Turning things on over the final two miles, the team made up the 26 and ended up 15 points ahead of the Eagles and just missed Chino Hills by one point.  It was a team effort keyed by an all-league performance from Javier Ruedas, in his first year, and stellar races from Ruben Ruiz and Marco Ospina, both finishing in the top 15 (they were 37th and 26th respectively at Bonelli).  

Unfortunately, the story was not as sweet for the girls.  This young team has learned a lot this year and with only one senior, has the capability to be very good, but they were outmatched today.  Good news for Reese Garcia, who finished 21st in both previous meets...she moved up 5 places to 16th and Hollie Genualdi ran well in 23rd.  

It's interesting to compare times from this same course for the IE Challenge.  Those were ideal conditions on a Saturday morning nearly 3 weeks ago.  This was in the afternoon with a partial day of school and howling winds.  You would assume that later in the season you would improve, but in these conditions, if you did, you ran very well.  In addition, a wave of illness has rumbled through the team, with many missing today and some returning after their bout with it.  Nick Hills ran very well in the Boys JV race, even opening up a 40 yard lead with a mile to go.  What he was unaware of was that the #14 finisher in the varsity race at Bonelli was the person 40 yards back, and when he decided to go, he went in a hurry!  Angelo Bastida, Roberto Solis and Samuel Hsiao ran well to finish in the top 20.  Faythe Berge really moved up in the final mile to lead the JV girls with a 14th place finish and it was Josh Atkinson finishing first in the FS race...except for Chino Hills, who took the first 7 spots!  

With us co-hosting the meet, a big thank you to the parents who assisted at the finish line and for the drinks and fruit.  We had enough to sub out during each person's athlete's race.  The boys will compete in CIF Prelims on Friday, November 11th (Veterans Day) at the Riverside Cross Country Course.  As soon as we have race information, we will post it and pass it along.  

Complete Results (improvement from IE Challenge noted):
Boys Varsity Team Scores:  1. Rancho Cucamonga - 34;  2. Chino Hills - 66;  3. LOS OSOS - 67;  4. Etiwanda - 82;  5. Upland - 90;  6. Damien - 161
Individual Results (42 total runners):  9. Javier Ruedas - 16:25 (-:01;  improves #4 mark all-time);  11. Lorenzo Corona - 16:43;  14. Ruben Ruiz - 16:54 (-:08);  15. Marco Ospina - 16:56 (-:22);  18. Andrew Oravets - 16:57;  24. Blake LaClaire - 17:11;  28. Duncan Carlmark - 17:20 (-:40)
 
Girls Varsity Team Scores:  1. Chino Hills - 39;  2. Rancho Cucamonga - 53;  3. Etiwanda - 63;  4. St. Lucy's - 90;  5. Upland - 114;  6. LOS OSOS - 150
Individual Results (41 total runners):  16. Reese Garcia - 20:04 (-:18);  23. Hollie Genualdi - 20:27;  36. Sidney Spacher - 21:22;  37. Marley Zwerner - 21:31;  38. Tali Adri - 21:39;  39. Rylee Noreen - 22:06 (-:34)
 
Boys JV Team Scores:  1. Chino Hills - 22;  2. Rancho Cucamonga - 53;  3. LOS OSOS - 61;  4. Etiwanda - 122;  5. Upland - 124
Individual Results (42 total runners):  2. Nick Hills - 17:18 (-:28);  13. Angelo Bastida - 18:07 (-:01);  15. Roberto Solis - 18:29 (-:05);  17. Samuel Hsiao - 18:33 (-:06);  21. Sammy Abrego - 19:03 (-:01);  28. Jack Holloway - 19:36;  29. Damien Vasquez - 19:36;  31. Jade El-Gaouny - 19:41;  35. Tyler Gazzaniga - 20:42 (-:39);  37. Andrew Combalecer - 21:08 (-1:01);  42. Aaron Oravets - 22:02
 
Girls JV Team Scores:  1. Etiwanda - 25;  2. Chino Hills - 46;  3. St. Lucy's - 80;  4. Rancho Cucamonga - 90;  5. LOS OSOS - 116;  6. Upland - 186
Individual Results (86 total runners):  14. Faythe Berge - 22:19 (-:24);  23. Nicole Gonzalez - 22:36 (-:11);  24. Selena Mondragon - 22:38 (-:05);  26. Isabel Larkins - 22:46 (-:48);  30. Keila Cummings - 22:56 (-:09);  32. Yuke Chen - 23:09 (-:11);  42. Isabella Goltara - 23:27;  51. Anaya Villasenor - 23:56;  67. Hannah Ismael - 26:29
 
Boys Frosh/Soph Team Scores:  1. Chino Hills - 15;  2. Etiwanda - 57;  3. Upland - 110;  4. LOS OSOS - 120;  5. Damien - 127;  6. Rancho Cucamonga - 128
Individual Results (94 total runners):  8. Josh Atkinson - 17:39;  32. Marcos Rodriguez - 18:39 (-:18);  39. Luke Garcia - 18:46;  49. Ryan Mannion - 19:28;  51. Erik Agosto - 19:29;  53. Drew Warbritton - 19:41;  56. Conor Farren-Stroud - 19:55;  60. Luke Jennings - 20:05 (-:17);  69. Daniel Amaya - 20:52 (-:19);  70. Joseph Salcedo - 20:53;  84. Justin Cacucciolo - 22:12;  86. Matthew Combalecer - 22:19;  90. Frank Farrugia - 22:52 


Sunday, October 23

BOYS LOOK BETTER AS THE HEAT BUILDS AT MT. SAC!!!

Each year at this meet, I end up asking myself "why?"  I think maybe we should look for something else, and then as my (very old) memory fades throughout the year, I forget how miserable the experience is.  The singular draw for this meet is the course...it is the course that cross country runners are judged by.  Over the decades, the standard by which you are measured is your time at Mt. SAC.  Despite their insistance that it never happened, it has only undergone one change over the many years, giving generations of cross country runners a point of comparison.  Because we used the course for many years as our league finals course, and because CIF meets are held here, and because the majority of our school records are from marks on this course, our hands were forced to attend the invitational to gain experience.  Outside of that, it's overcrowded, expensive, and very stingy with awards.  Oh yeah, it can be hot too...but it's hard to fault them for that.  

I didn't expect us to have the opportunity to run here in 2016.  The athletic facility will undergo a massive upgrade, designed to attract the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials, and it is supposed to not only preserve the course, but improve the experience, which shouldn't be hard.  It is set to begin after this meet...no league finals here, no CIF meets here, and likely, nothing here next year or possibly for two years.  So we returned with weather similar to a year ago...advantage to those races that were run in the morning.  With the threat to shorten non-varsity afternoon races if the medical staff deemed it necessary, the times suffered in the later races on a another hot, dry day in late October.  Thanks to the Gonzalez family for the badly needed drinks!

The varsity boys finished middle of the pack in their 10:00 race only 10 seconds of team time behind Upland, so a better showing than on Wednesday.  Lorenzo Corona moved up to the #9 spot all-time on the course with a 16:22 that gave him a 15th place finish.  Javier Ruedas, Andrew Oravets, and Marco Ospina all came in a second apart to give the team depth with Blake LaClaire running 5th for the team.  The JV boys caught the best conditions at 7:15 and took advantage as they were in the hottest races a year ago.  The race was loaded and while the placing wasn't good, the times were.  Chandler Plummer led the team as everyone who ran last year improved.  Aaron Oravets had the largest drop of the day of 4:10!  Running all sophomores in their grade level allowed the services of Ruben Ruiz and Josh Atkinson to drive them to a 7th place finish.  Ruben finished 14th on his first run here as he was in a cast this time last year.  Josh finished 18th and Marcos Rodriguez and Luke Garcia improved dramatically, despite the 1:18 heat.  Erik Agosto and Drew Warbritton led the freshmen as they have in most meets.

The girls were shorthanded and spread out in three races with only the freshmen fielding a scoring team.  They finished 6th behind a 10th place finish by Reese Garcia, who ran tactically very strong once again.  Yuke Chen and Isabel Larkins have stepped up their game in the last couple of meets as they begin to gain confidence.  Hollie Genualdi had the top finish in the varsity race, while Tali Adri led the sophomores.  It's also good to see people respond positively when thrust into varsity races in recent meets, and the job that both Rylee Noreen and Keila Cummings have done has been outstanding.

We are looking forward to a positive and challenging week of practice (with cooler weather) after 3 races in 8 days, so I hope everyone takes a day of rest on Sunday and shows up ready to roll this week.  We want to put our best efforts forward at League Finals on Wednesday, November 2nd at Glen Helen Regional Park.  

Complete Results (improvement from 2015 included):
 
Boys Varsity (11th of 20 teams;  134 total runners):  15. Lorenzo Corona - 16:22 (#9 mark all-time; -:12);  56. Javier Ruedas - 17:14;  58. Andrew Oravets - 17:15 (-:35);  59. Marco Ospina - 17:16;  73. Blake LaClaire - 17:35 (-:33);  93. Duncan Carlmark - 18:02;  96. Angelo Bastida - 18:06
 
Boys JV (21st of 26 teams;  224 total runners):  123. Chandler Plummer - 18:41 (-:39);  126. Sammy Abrego - 18:46 (-1:37);  137. Roberto Solis - 18:56;  141. Jack Holloway - 19:00 (-1:58);  142. Samuel Hsiao - 19:00;  165. Aaron Oravets - 19:26 (-4:10);  171. Noah Larkins - 19:34 (-1:21);  175. Damian Vasquez - 19:37;  202. Tyler Gazzaniga - 20:26 (-2:24)
 
Boys Sophs (7th of 15 teams;  126 total runners):  14. Ruben Ruiz - 18:12;  18. Josh Atkinson - 18:35 (-:27);  45. Luke Garcia - 19:42 (-3:08);  56. Marcos Rodriguez - 20:04 (-2:18);  73. Tor Nilsen - 20:51;  85. Ryan Mannion - 21:22;  86. Conor Farren-Stroud - 21:23;  102. Joseph Salcedo - 21:49;  119. Wyatt Rivas - 23:35
 
Boys Frosh (13th of 15 teams;  125 total runners):  52. Erik Agosto - 20:19;  65. Drew Warbritton - 21:09;  72. Daniel Amaya - 21:29;  73. Luke Jennings - 21:30;  95. Justin Cacucciolo - 22:18;  99. Jonathan Kams - 22:24;  112. Matthew Combalecer - 23:18;  115. Frank Farrugia - 23:22;  123. Ethan Diaz - 24:54
 
Girls Varsity (117 total runners):  51. Hollie Genualdi - 21:54;  87. Keila Cummings - 23:45;  105. Carissa Myung - 25:10
 
Girls Sophs (91 total runners):  26. Tali Adri - 23:02;  35. Rylee Noreen - 23:35 (-1:12);  57. Anaya Villasenor - 25:50 (-:29)
 
Girls Frosh (6th of 9 teams;  91 total runners):  10. Reese Garcia - 21:15;  21. Marley Zwerner - 22:31;  35. Yuke Chen - 23:56;  43. Isabel Larkins - 24:17;  56. Nicole Gonzalez - 25:01;  62. Faythe Berge - 25:28;  80. Hannah Ismael - 26:52 


Wednesday, October 19

TEAM STRUGGLES AT BONELLI!!!

This will not go down as one the program's finest hours, that is for sure.  Some could blame the late-running PSAT or the heat or the wind or the string of three meets in 8 days, but the bottom line is the team didn't run well and we held the door open for others.  The heat and the wind were the same for everyone and most of the teams are all running the same string of meets this week and while it is unfortunate that the PSAT was scheduled the same day, that should be a minor factor at best.

The bottom line is the ups and downs of the 5K course got the best of us and with it came a back-slide in each race.  Starting with the varsity boys, after a comfortable 3rd place finish at Red Hill, they rebounded from a flat effort over the weekend with another flat effort, finishing 5th, setting up a winner-take-all league finals showdown.  Obviously times cannot be compared, but running against the same schools, places can.  The 67 points we scored at Red Hill ballooned to 94 as Upland surged from dead last at Red Hill to finish 3rd with 85, trimming 52 points off their score.  And in case you are wondering, it was the same runners...no one returning from injury, etc.  They got a bounce from the IE Challenge and while we were closer today than we were Saturday, we could not overtake them.  While some ran well, we will need everyone to run well to grab that 3rd spot at League Finals.  

The varsity girls did get a key runner back that didn't run at Red Hill, but our score grew by 7 points.  Our edge over Upland shrunk from 18 to 7.  This is a young team that is learning as it goes;  9 of the 16 runners that competed today were freshmen and we will get better.  

For those new to the sport, three teams will advance to CIF as determined by the three league meets.  Red Hill and Bonelli each count for 25% and League Finals counts as 50%.  You receive a point for each team you beat at Red Hill and Bonelli and two points for each team you beat at League Finals.  Here are the standings heading into League Finals, held at Glen Helen on Wednesday, November 2nd:

Boys:                                       Girls:
1. Rancho Cucamonga   -   10            1. Chino Hills            -   9
2. Chino Hills           -   8                 Rancho Cucamonga    -   9
3. Los Osos             -   4             3. Etiwanda              -   6
   Etiwanda             -   4             4. St. Lucy's            -   4
   Upland                -   3             5. Los Osos              -   2
6. Damien               -   1             6. Upland                -   0
 

Any ties in points is broken by the higher finisher at League Finals, which is why the boys will have a three-way battle for that 3rd spot.  Whoever finishes 3rd out of Los Osos, Upland, or Etiwanda will advance to CIF as the 3rd place team.  We all need to focus and have a solid week and a half of practice following the Mt. SAC meet on Saturday and race well at Glen Helen on the 2nd.  Thanks to the Plummers, LaClaires and Berges for the drinks and fruit today.

Mostly Complete Results (improvement from last year included):

Boys Varsity
Team Scores:  1. Rancho Cucamonga - 35;  2. Chino Hills - 42;  3. Upland - 85;  4. Etiwanda - 91;  5. LOS OSOS - 94;  6. Damien - 164;  
Individual Results:  10. Lorenzo Corona - 17:07 (-:22; #2 mark all-time);  11. Javier Ruedas - 17:13 (#3 mark all-time);  23. Andrew Oravets - 17:50 (-:44; #7 mark all-time);  24. Blake LaClaire - 17:53 (-:42; #8 mark all-time);  26. Marco Ospina - 17:55;  30. Josh Atkinson - 18:00 (-1:46; #9 mark all-time);  37. Ruben Ruiz - 18:37
 
Girls Varsity:
Team Scores:  1. Chino Hills - 31;  2. Rancho Cucamonga - 35;  3. Etiwanda - 69;  4. St. Lucy's - 118;  5. LOS OSOS - 139;  6. Upland - 146
Individual Results:  21. Reese Garcia - 21:59 (#9 mark all-time);  23. Hollie Genualdi - 22:10 (-2:39);  30. Sidney Spacher - 22:45;  31. Marley Zwerner - 22:55;  34. Tali Adri - 23:28 (-:11);  35. Carissa Myung - 23:53;  37. Rylee Noreen - 24:02
 
Boys JV:
Team Scores:  1. Chino Hills - 19;  2. Etiwanda - 60;  3. LOS OSOS - 78;  4. Rancho Cucamonga - 100;  5. Damien - 143;  6. Upland - 153
Individual Results:  15. Duncan Carlmark - 18:51 (-:54);  16. Nick Hills - 18:52 (-:16);  21. Angelo Bastida - 19:07;  26. Chandler Plummer - 19:23 (-1:01);  36. Jack Holloway - 19:55 (-1:49);  37. Luke Garcia - 19:58 (-2:20);  46. Roberto Solis - 20:12 (-:45);  49. Marcos Rodriguez - 20:14 (-2:43);  56. Noah Larkins - 20:22 (-:57);  61. Erik Agosto - 20:34;  66. Sammy Abrego - 20:41;  72. Ryan Mannion - 20:50;  74. Jade El-Gaouny - 20:52;  78. Samuel Hsiao - 21:04;  81. Conor Farren-Stroud - 21:13;  88. Drew Warbritton - 21:32;  89. Aaron Oravets - 21:34;  91. Damien Vasquez - 21:39 (-:38);  103. Luke Jennings - 22:08;  106. Joseph Salcedo - 22:24 (-1:50);  107. Frank Farrugia - 22:27;  109. Daniel Amaya - 23:28;  112. Tyler Gazzaniga - 22:34 (-:13);  113. Justin Cacucciolo - 22:34;  125. Wyatt Rivas - 23:52
 
Girls JV:
Team Scores:  Waiting on those
Individual Results:  8. Faythe Berge - 23:22;  26. Isabel Larkins - 24:39;  28. Selena Mondragon - 24:50;  31. Keila Cummings - 25:26;  33. Nicole Gonzalez - 25:33;  36. Anaya Villasenor - 25:42;  37. Yuke Chen - 25:44;  39. Isabella Goltara - 25:47;  56. Hannah Ismael - 28:18   


Saturday, October 15

GIRLS FROSH GRAB MORE HARDWARE AT IE!!!

RUEDAS #4 ALL-TIME

The Grizzlies made their first of two trips to Glen Helen Regional Park this season.  The more important trip will be for League Finals on November 2nd.  With a chance to race here in the Inland Empire Challenge to get familiar with the course with less on the line, the cooler morning weather yielded to much warmer temps in the later races.  There was a mixed bag of results with some having outstanding days and others, not so much.  The girls are now three for three in winning some team award at invitationals this season.  After combining forces to take third in Monterey, the freshmen ran in their own race and grabbed another 3rd place team award this morning.  Reese Garcia led the way with a 15th place finish, while the team welcomed back Marley Zwerner, who took 27th.  Hollie Genualdi edged Reese for the top mark on the day (by .1) as she finished 40th in the varsity race with Sidney Spacher running 49th.  Tali Adri continued to lead the sophomores with a 22nd place finish in that race. 

For the boys, they were in "no mans land."  At a meet where the coaches can place their team in the Sweepstakes race, as opposed to being selected, this was a tough call.  With no chance of a team award, but the opportunity to gain valuable experience by going Sweeps...or stay in varsity and have the opportunity to run for a team award.  To even consider it tells you something about how the team has performed this season and with the league meet, where we closed the gap on Chino Hills, the team decided to step up to the Sweeps race.  Even if we ran lights out, we would only be able to knock off a couple of the 16 teams.  Unfortunately, we did not run lights out and appeared a little overwhelmed.  Our time would have put us middle of the pack in the varsity race.  Javier Ruedas, in his first run at Glen Helen, looked at home running the 4th fastest time on this course by a Grizzly.  Andrew Oravets, Blake LaClaire, and Ruben Ruiz ran faster than a year ago, but it wasn't enough to carry the team up the standings.  It was a great experience in a loaded field and they showed they belonged, but we will need a more complete effort in league competition.  

The JV boys had the warmest conditions, but ran well with Nick Hills and Angelo Bastida leading the team to a 9th place finish.  The sophomores matched that finish in the morning as Josh Atkinson ran a heck of a race to take 7th, our highest placer on the day and the 4th fastest time for the team all day!  Erik Agosto and Drew Warbritton led the freshmen later in the day.

Our busy week will continue with two more meets this week...the most important coming on Wednesday at Bonelli Park for Baseline League Meet #2.   

Complete Results (improvement indicated based on best mark from 2015...ran course twice):
Boys Sweepstakes Race (16th of 16 teams;  113 total runners):  65. Javier Ruedas - 16:26 (#4 mark all-time);  82. Lorenzo Corona - 16:42;  87. Andrew Oravets - 16:52 (-:05);  98. Ruben Ruiz - 17:02 (-:20);  103. Blake LaClaire - 17:11 (-:06);  104. Marco Ospina - 17:18;  112. Duncan Carlmark - 18:00
 
JV Boys (9th of 16 teams;  159 total runners):  37. Nick Hills - 17:46 (-:14);  44. Angelo Bastida - 18:08;  45. Chandler Plummer - 18:09 (-:26);  65. Roberto Solis - 18:34;  71. Samuel Hsiao - 18:39;  72. Jack Holloway - 18:40 (-:46);  83. Jade El-Gaouny - 18:57;  87. Sammy Abrego - 19:04;  88. Aaron Oravets - 19:04 (-1:29);  92. Damian Vaasquez - 19:14 (-:49);  104. Noah Larkins - 19:33;  121. Drew Ramos - 20:17;  136. Tyler Gazzaniga - 21:21;  142. Andrew Combalecer - 22:09
 
Soph Boys (9th of 13 teams;  123 total runners):  7. Josh Atkinson - 16:58 (-:39);  62. Luke Garcia - 18:46 (-1:08);  65. Marcos Rodriguez - 18:57 (-1:40);  69. Ryan Mannion - 19:05;  76. Conor Farren-Stroud - 19:29 (-1:09);  95. Wyatt Rivas - 20:09;  98. Joseph Saucedo - 20:22
 
Frosh Boys (14th of 14 teams;  177 total runners):  67. Erik Agosto - 19:13;  83. Drew Warbritton - 19:36;  108. Luke Jennings - 20:22;  116. Justin Cacucciolo - 20:31;  140. Daniel Amaya - 21:11;  153. Frank Farrugia - 21:48;  159. Matthew Combalecer - 22:13;  164. Ethan Diaz - 22:27
 
Girls Varsity (109 total runners):  40. Hollie Genualdi - 20:22 (-2:23);  49. Sidney Spacher - 20:40;  71. Carissa Myung - 21:42;  94. Keila Cummings - 23:05
 
Soph Girls (80 total runners):  22. Tali Adri - 21:31;  38. Rylee Noreen - 22:40;  49. Anaya Villasenor - 23:42 (-:25)
 
Frosh Girls (3rd of 11 teams;  106 total runners):  15. Reese Garcia - 20:22;  27. Marley Zwerner - 21:12;  49. Faythe Berge - 22:43;  50. Selena Mondragon - 22:43;  51. Nicole Gonzalez - 22:47;  62. Isabella Goltara - 23:20;  63. Yuke Chen - 23:20;  69. Isabel Larkins - 23:34;  95. Hannah Ismael - 25:43 


Team SC '16
Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
Sunday, October 2

BOTH TEAMS PLACE IN MONTEREY!!!

The team made a successful debut a year ago at the Pacific Grove Invitational and decided to return in 2016.  The trip began on Thursday afternoon as the vans were loaded and headed north.  We arrived in San Luis Obispo before 6:30 and everyone enjoyed dinner and the Thursday night Farmers Market downtown.  Enjoying more time here meant a late arrival in Marina on Monterey Bay.  

Friday morning began with breakfast and relaxation before a pre-meet run along the beach, which was minutes from the hotel.  After cleaning up, we headed further north with a lunch stop in Watsonville before arriving at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk for laser tag and games...but no roller coaster.  The team then headed back to Monterey and free time and dinner along Cannery Row and Fisherman's Wharf.  The night closed with a trip to the movies to watch "Sully."

After breakfast and checking out on Saturday, we made the 20 minute drive to Pacific Grove High School and saw the sun, which never came out at the meet in 2015.  It was a beautiful morning...cool and crisp air, great for running.  About 25 schools attend this meet which offers a one-of-a-kind scoring system, one not friendly to a team bringing only 7 runners per gender.  It is scored like a track invitational (10-8-6-4-2-1), where only the top 6 in each grade level are capable of scoring points...the more runners in each race, the better chance to fill multiple scoring spots.  The frosh girls kicked it off and we were using 4 of our 7 in this race.  All 4 finished in the top 16, with Reese Garcia taking 2nd to start the team off with 8 points.  With no frosh boys, the host school went 1-3 to pick up 16 points and never looked back in winning the meet.  In the sophomore race, Tali Adri ran a great, measured race to move up to 5th and secure 2 important points.  Ruben Ruiz got the boys started in the sophomore boys race and finished 8th to notch the most improvement by a returning boy.  In the junior girls race, Hollie Genualdi knocked 1:32 off her time from a year ago to pick up 8 big points by finishing 2nd, while Carissa Myung finished 8th.  The boys' scoring began in the junior race as Javier Ruedas finished 4th, but would need a big day from the seniors to get back into a position to place.  They got it as both Lorenzo Corona, taking 2nd, and Andrew Oravets, taking 6th, picked up points to give the team 13.  Besides the hosts, the #6 team in the state in Division 4, Greenfield, outpointed the Grizzlies easily with 26, so even if everyone had an "amazing day," we were locked into 3rd place, which did give us a team trophy.  The girls were shorthanded due to SAT, homecoming, and injuries, but even without seniors, they managed to place 3rd.  It was much closer than the boys and if any of the conflicts were not there, the Lady Grizzlies would have the team title.  Ahead by a point with just the senior race left, two teams from way down the standings were able to move 2 points in front of us to take the first two spots.  Overall, it was a solid effort from everyone.

After the long drive home after the meet, we arrived back at 9:00pm and will be recovering today.  The team was well-behaved and that is appreciated;  thanks to the parents that made the trip to support your kids, it was nice to have many Grizzlies "in the house."  The attention turns now to training as we have two full weeks off before we face 3 races in 7 days.  

Complete Results (improvement noted;  top 10 in each race earned medals):
Boys Team Scores:  1. Pacific Grove - 38;  2. Greenfield - 26;  3. LOS OSOS - 13
Individual Results:
Senior Race (45 total runners):  2. Lorenzo Corona - 16:58 (-:07);  6. Andrew Oravets - 17:40 (-:29);  14. Nick Hills - 18:21
Junior Race (80 total runners):  4. Javier Ruedas - 17:22;  8. Marco Ospina - 17:35 (-:07);  10. Blake LaClaire - 18:13
Soph Race (101 total runners):  8. Ruben Ruiz - 17:55 (-:43)
 
Girls Team Scores:  1. Pacific Grove - 20;  2. Los Banos - 20;  3. LOS OSOS - 18
Individual Results:
Junior Race (56 total runners):  2. Hollie Genualdi - 21:40 (-1:32);  8. Carissa Myung - 22:37
Soph Race (62 total runners):  5. Tali Adri - 22:18 (-:50)
Frosh Race (44 total runners):  2. Reese Garcia - 21:53;  8. Faythe Berge - 23:09;  10. Selena Mondragon - 23:12;  16. Nicole Gonzalez - 24:02 


Wednesday, September 28
BOYS SHINE IN FIRST LEAGUE MEET!!!
The team traveled across town to tangle with the rest of the Baseline League in their first of three clashes.  On a warm and muggy day, the boys had a very good day.  With renewed dedication, this group of boys had put together a solid summer and are coming together at the right time.  Ranked #9 in San Bernardino County, the Grizzlies showed they belonged there as they have closed the gap on pre-season #5 Chino Hills.  It all started at the front as Lorenzo Corona found himself in the 5 person pack that pulled away from the rest.  After finishing 29th in this same race a year ago, Lorenzo vaulted all the way to a 4th place finish, posting the #5 mark all-time at Red Hill, #3 in the "modern era" after the punishing course change in 2010.  Newcomer Javier Ruedas had his best race of the year finishing 8th while Andrew Oravets was third for the team, finishing 16th.  Blake LaClaire and Duncan Carlmark came on strong in the last mile of this one to make a big difference.  The 3rd place finish for the team shows they are capable of qualifying for CIF (top 3 advance), but it guarantees nothing and will look to shave off the 13 points to run down Chino Hills.
 
As impressive was the effort by the JV Boys, who finished 2nd on the day, achieving it by taking the strategy for this course given to them and executing it very well.  Josh Atkinson and Nick Hills picked their way towards the front as both had the lead at different points of the last half of the race.  Josh had it at the finish line.  It will take some research, but he may have been the first Grizzly boy to win a JV league race.  Nick Hills held on for 3rd and Chandler Plummer improved his position throughout the race to end up 16th.
 
The news was not nearly as good for the girls, who had a rough day.  Already thin from being gutted by graduation, they could ill-afford to be without anyone else.  With three impact freshmen nabbing varsity spots, two of those were not able to go today, which put some rookies in position to debut in a varsity race.  It was a learning experience no doubt for the whole team, but the cost of that lesson was a 5th place finish.  One of those impact freshmen, Reese Garcia, did a very good job moving up, finishing first for the team in 21st place.  Sidney Spacher and Carissa Myung were close behind with top 25 finishes.  Rylee Noreen ran with poise in placing 9th for the girls in the JV race.  
 
Thanks to the Mannions and Myungs for the drinks and fruit today.  We will all gather again in 3 weeks at Bonelli Park to do it all over again.  In the meantime, this busy week continues as the coaches and 14 runners leave tomorrow for the Monterey Peninsula. 
 
Complete Results:
Boys Varsity Team Results:  1. Rancho Cucamonga - 31;  2. Chino Hills - 54;  3. LOS OSOS - 67;  4. Etiwanda - 92;  5. Damien - 125;  6. Upland - 137;  
Individual Results:  4. Lorenzo Corona - 15:47 (-1:52;  #5 mark all-time);  8. Javier Ruedas - 16:31;  16. Andrew Oravets - 17:00 (-:34);  19. Blake LaClaire - 17:09 (-:39);  20. Marco Ospina - 17:14;  22. Duncan Carlmark - 17:20 (-:22);  26. Ruben Ruiz - 17:28 (-:52)
 
Girls Varsity Team Results:  1. Rancho Cucamonga - 43;  2. Chino Hills - 46;  3. Etiwanda - 57;  4. St. Lucy's - 97;  5. LOS OSOS - 132;  6. Upland - 150
Individual Results:  21. Reese Garcia - 21:08;  23. Sidney Spacher - 21:23;  25. Carissa Myung - 21:30 (-:31);  28. Hollie Genualdi - 21:37 (-1:55);  35. Tali Adri - 22:27 (-:12);  38. Faythe Berge - 23:05;  39. Selena Mondragon - 23:24
 
Boys JV Team Results:  1. Chino Hills - 30;  2. LOS OSOS - 76;  3. Rancho Cucamonga - 82;  4. Etiwanda - 117;  5. Upland - 168;  6. Damien - 281 
Individual Results:  1. Josh Atkinson - 17:25 (-1:34);  3. Nick Hills - 17:42 (-:29);  16. Chandler Plummer - 18:23 (-:47);  23. Angelo Bastida - 18:42;  33. Luke Garcia - 19:01 (-2:01);  42. Marcos Rodriguez - 19:18 (-1:58);  52. Samuel Hsiao - 19:35;  53. Roberto Solis - 19:36;  58. Jack Holloway - 19:42 (-1:14);  66. Conor Farren-Stroud - 19:56;  69. Noah Larkins - 19:56 (-:09);  81. Sammy Abrego - 20:15;  82. Erik Agosto - 20:17;  83. Tor Nilsen - 20:19;  84. Ryan Mannion - 20:20;  94. Damien Vasquez - 20:40;  96. Jade El-Gaouny - 20:46;  99. Justin Cacucciolo - 20:54;  100. Drew Warbritton - 20:55;  105. Aaron Oravets - 21:10;  109. Frank Farrugia - 21:21;  110. Joseph Salcedo - 21:21;  111. Drew Ramos - 21:25;  112. Andrew Combalecer - 21:28 (-1:19);  113. Luke Jennings - 21:33;  124. Wyatt Rivas - 22:12;  125. Matthew Combalecer - 22:17
 
Girls JV Team Results:  1. Etiwanda - 48;  2. Chino Hills - 56;  3. Rancho Cucamonga - 66;  4. St. Lucy's - 70;  5. LOS OSOS - 102;  6. Upland - NS
Individual Results:  9. Rylee Noreen - 22:33 (-1:44);  14. Yuke Chen - 22:58;  18. Keila Cummings - 23:09;  25. Isabella Goltara - 23:44;  36. Nicole Gonzalez - 24:28;  38. Anaya Villasenor - 24:44 (-:40);  41. Isabel Larkins - 24:52 


Sunday, September 18

GREAT NIGHT UNDER THE LIGHTS AT WOODBRIDGE!!!

Well...not really at Woodbridge, but at the meet.  This has turned out to be the Circus Vargas of meets as we went to our 4th location in 8 years.  What started as a mostly on-campus course at the actual Woodbridge High School has turned into the nation's 2nd largest meet...keep in mind that everything you experienced on Saturday was duplicated with two more divisions on Friday night.  With the growth of the meet came facility issues, prompting movement to Estancia HS in Costa Mesa and then what was supposed to be it's permanent home at the developing Orange County Great Park in Irvine.  Strained relations sent the meet director searching and he found a new home at the Silverlakes Sports Complex in Norco.  The course was similar...flat and fast, as this is likely to be a runner's season PR over 3 miles.  Adding importance to the meet for the Grizzlies is the designation as the qualifier for the trip north to Monterey in two weeks and the battle to get a spot in the first league meet at Red Hill Park.

Logistically, there was a lot of room, but meet management tried to cram everyone into Tent City, which was an absolute mess, so to avoid confusion, we stayed with the published and advertised plan.  It may have been a hike, but one trip to Tent City and you would understand.  Great viewing of the course and private bathrooms were a plus too.  It was warm and windy for the early races, but that gave way to what may have been ideal racing conditions.  The best team placing came early as the freshmen girls, even without Riley Juarez, placed 5th out of 18 teams to earn the only team plaque on the day.  Reese Garcia and Marley Zwerner were both in the top 15 as they continue to shine.  Selena Mondragon has really come on strong as she earned a top 7 time for the girls to guarantee a Monterey spot.  Tali Adri would do the same in the sophomore race as she debuted with a 16th place finish in her race.  With only three girls running in the varsity race at night, much of the drama was over for the trip spots, but all three would qualify as Hollie Genualdi ran the fastest time of the meet for the Grizzlies at 19:51, a full 3 minutes faster than a year ago, followed closely by Sidney Spacher at 19:58.  

On the boys side, the freshmen kicked things off and most struggled to find their racing gear.  Erik Agosto ran well with a 19:01.  Josh Atkinson was the top finisher in the sophomore race with a 17:18, followed by huge improvement from Marcos Rodriguez, Luke Garcia, and Conor Farren-Stroud.  Angelo Bastida led the junior boys, but none would threaten for a Monterey spot.  But there was more huge improvement from Jack Holloway and Aaron Oravets.  Nick Hills has quietly put together a couple of solid weeks of practice and put himself on the bubble by edging Atkinson by 1 second with his 17:17 in the senior race.  The varsity boys found themselves in the tougher of the two varsity heats and really ran well even if the 12th place finish doesn't sound that impressive...ahead of them were teams from three other states.  The 6 that ran last year all improved and all 7 qualified for Monterey.  Lorenzo Corona ran the 6th fastest time ever at this meet by a Grizzly, while Marco Ospina and Andrew Oravets finished 2nd and 3rd for the Grizzlies.  The best news was the 1:12 scoring gap from #1 to #5 as Blake LaClaire came up big in the #5 spot.  

With the homecoming and SAT conflict, there will be some that qualified that will not make the Monterey trip, but we are all looking forward to what is a fantastic getaway in two weeks.  For now, it's time to get ready for the first league meet at Red Hill Park on September 28th.  Thanks to the Warbrittons and Zwerners for the drinks and fruit and to the Garcia's who helped get the bibs and chips to athletes as they arrived. 

Complete Results: 
Overall Boys:  Team Time - 81:09;  95th out of 268 teams;  *** - indicates Monterey trip qualifier;  improvement from '15 indicated
 
Varsity Boys (12th of 21 teams; 150 total runners):  12. ***Lorenzo Corona - 15:30 (-:14; #6 mark all-time);  55. ***Marco Ospina - 16:13 (-:17);  60. ***Andrew Oravets - 16:17 (-:40);  70. ***Javier Ruedas - 16:25;  90. ***Blake LaClaire - 16:42 (-1:10);  103. ***Ruben Ruiz - 16:55 (-:46);  121. ***Duncan Carlmark - 17:14 (-:13)
 
Senior Boys (154 total runners):  39. Nick Hills - 17:17 (-:59);  111. Tyler Gazzaniga - 19:35 (-:48)
 
Junior Boys (16th of 23 teams;  222 total runners):  69. Angelo Bastida - 17:48;  91. Jack Holloway - 18:14 (-1:34);  99. Sammy Abrego - 18:19 (-:09);  111. Aaron Oravets - 18:25 (-2:47);  115. Roberto Solis - 18:27 (-1:10);  118. Jade El-Gaouny - 18:30;  131. Samuel Hsiao - 18:47;  148. Noah Larkins - 19:21;  167. Damien Vasquez - 19:57 (-:30);  181. Andrew Combalecer - 20:25;  186. Drew Ramos - 20:43
 
Sophomore Boys (20th of 32 teams;  308 total runners):  46. Josh Atkinson - 17:18;  104. Marcos Rodriguez - 18:16 (-3:22);  111. Luke Garcia - 18:21 (-3:11);  160. Ryan Mannion - 19:00;  170. Tor Nilsen - 19:10 (-:40);  202. Conor Farren-Stroud - 19:40 (-3:16);  240. Wyatt Rivas - 20:25;  252. Joseph Salcedo - 20:36;  282. Steven Perez - 21:41
 
Freshman Boys (25th of 28 teams;  352 total runners):  89. Erik Agosto - 19:01;  167. Drew Warbritton - 20:05;  181. Luke Jennings - 20:22;  222. Daniel Amaya - 20:55;  226. Frank Farrugia - 20:57;  267. Justin Cacucciolo - 21:34;  276. Ethan Diaz - 21:48;  293. James Leyva - 22:08;  304. Matthew Combalecer - 22:25
 
Overall Girls:  Team Time - 101:33;  137th of 257 teams;  *** - indicates Monterey trip qualifier;  improvement from '15 indicated 
 
Varsity Girls (146 total runners):  58. ***Hollie Genualdi - 19:51 (-3:07);  66. ***Sidney Spacher - 19:58 (-:18);  96. ***Carissa Myung - 20:32 (-1:37)
 
JV Girls (225 total runners):  131. Keila Cummings - 24:09;  224. Natalia Hernandez - 30:43
 
Sophomore Girls (125 total runners):  16. ***Tali Adri - 21:44;  71. Rylee Noreen - 23:52;  93. Anaya Villasenor - 24:50
 
Freshman Girls (5th of 18 teams; 195 total runners):  7. ***Reese Garcia - 20:29;  13. ***Marley Zwerner - 20:42;  41. ***Selena Mondragon - 22:38;  45. Faythe Berge - 22:40;  67. Nicole Gonzalez - 23:21;  72. Yuke Chen - 23:32;  85. Isabella Goltara - 23:54;  103. Isabel Larkins - 24:22;  136. Hannah Ismael - 25:17 


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Saturday, September 10
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Medal Winners
VERY POSITIVE START TO THE SEASON ON THE COAST!!!
      It felt good to be cold!  As we await fall in the Southland, the team escaped to the cloudy and cool Central Coast to kick off the season with the Morro Bay Invitational.  There was a new format to the meet, but it was business as usual the day before.  Our old friend Fred chauffeured us on our journey with a lunch stop in Buellton before reaching our destination just before 3:00pm.  The veterans, less than half, ran over the course, while the coaches took the newcomers over it in sections, providing insight and strategy along the way.  We hit the beach for about an hour after the workout and while some braved the chilly waters, the overcast and cool conditions kept most busy playing football, soccer, or frisbee and gathering sand dollars.  
     After cleaning up in the rooms, we had our dinner at the neighboring park.  Pasta, salad, garlic bread, and some outstanding brownies for dessert.  We cannot thank the Garcia family enough for all their work with meals on this trip for too many years to count, along with help from the Carlmark, Rivas, Abrego, Genualdi, and LaClaire families (apologies if we missed anyone).  We are very fortunate to have such supportive parents.  With a couple of hours of park play time mixed in, it was time to head back to the rooms.
      After an early breakfast, we made our way across the street to the high school, where a big change awaited us in race format.  This is not the biggest meet, but it is a competitive meet, this year featuring 3 ranked boys and 3 ranked girls teams.  Instead of a varsity/JV/FS format, they ran four races...all junior/seniors in one and all frosh/soph in another for both genders.  As a result, this toughened up the FS races because you couldn't pull top youngsters up to "varsity" and likely weakened the junior/senior races.  Cool and overcast is pretty good cross country weather on the grassy and sandy course that always changes with the tides and placement of the lifeguard tower.  Meet management measured this year's version at 2.74 miles, just a touch shorter than last year (2.76), although the times seem to point to a larger difference.  I would love to claim that we are just that much better, but it is likely a combination of being better (I do think we are!), a shorter course, and better conditions.  Everyone who ran here last year improved, some by nearly 4 minutes! 
      The FS boys kicked it off and the higher level of competition was evident as 4 of the top 9 overall times came out of this race.  Ruben Ruiz ran a smart, tactical race to move up significantly in the second half to finish 24th and run the #4 mark for the team on the day.  Luke Garcia had the biggest improvement from a year ago at 3:55 as he was the 2nd finisher in the race for the Grizzlies.  
      Only one girl on the trip ran here last year and the FS girls race featured all newcomers and they really showed well, including a pair of impact freshmen.  Clearly evident from the beginning of summer practice, there would not only be varsity spots up for grabs, but some would be filled by talented freshmen.  In their first race ever, Reese Garcia and Marley Zwerner nabbed top 20 finishes in the FS race and it turned out to be the top two marks on the day for the girls.  Even more impressive is that in their first race, in merging the races together, they ran the 28th and 33rd fastest times on the day, out of over 300 runners, and against some pretty solid teams.
      We were a little short-handed in the junior-senior race, but all three ran well, led by Hollie Genualdi in 19th and Sidney Spacher in 21st.  All told, the girls finished 8th in a 25 team meet, which with what we lost a year ago, is pretty darn good.  
     There was a big group of junior-senior boys and lots of veterans.  Lorenzo Corona has worked hard in the off-season and it really showed as he picked his way forward throughout the race to take 6th in 16:06, the #6 best mark ever by a Grizzly here.  Newcomer Javier Ruedas was impressive in finishing 20th, equalling the #10 mark all-time, while Andrew Oravets was right on his tail in 22nd.  All ran well in this race as you can see below and the boys collectively finished 5th out of 27 teams on the day.
      It was a great experience to get our feet wet for the competitive portion of the season, but of course the trip is much more than that.  This was the 11th year we have been able to do this one and it's a great bonding experience with new friendships being forged.  Behavior was top notch and we thank you for that;  there was racing happening as opposed to running and that is great to see.  We hope you enjoyed it as we look forward to an old friend of a meet at yet another new location next weekend...this one much closer to home :)  Get ready for Woodbridge!!!  
 
Complete Results:
Boys Aggregate (both races combined) Team Scores (no official team scores kept;  27 total teams):  1. Paso Robles - 46;  2. Foothill Technology - 90;  3. San Luis Obispo - 129;  4. Laguna Beach - 168;  5. LOS OSOS - 188  
 
Junior-Senior Boys (230 total runners):  6. Lorenzo Corona - 16:06 (-:47; #6 mark all-time);  20. Javier Ruedas - 16:39 (ties #10 mark all-time);  22. Andrew Oravets - 16:43 (-1:22);  37. Marco Ospina - 17:08 (-:23);  47. Duncan Carlmark - 17:19 (-1:40);  61. Blake LaClaire - 17:30 (:42);  85. Chandler Plummer - 18:09;  100. Sammy Abrego - 18:41 (-1:26);  107. Jack Holloway - 18:50 (-2:56);  113. Jade El-Gaouny - 19:04;  114. Noah Larkins - 19:04 (-1:42);  115. Aaron Oravets - 19:05 (-3:32);  133. Tyler Gazzaniga - 19:33 (-1:33);  141. Damien Vasquez - 19:47 (-1:59);  153. Drew Ramos - 20:01 (-1:14)
 
Frosh-Soph Boys (227 total runners):  24. Ruben Ruiz - 16:55 (-2:30);  86. Luke Garcia - 18:55 (-3:55);  89. Marcos Rodriguez - 18:59;  96. Ryan Mannion - 19:06;  115. Conor Farren-Stroud - 19:34 (-3:32);  128. Luke Jennings - 19:46;  155. Drew Warbritton - 20:09;  161. Wyatt Rivas - 20:19;  173. Frank Farrugia - 20:39;  183. Ethan Diaz - 20:50
 
Girls Aggregate Team Scores (no official team scores kept;  25 total teams):  1. San Luis Obispo - 126;  2. Foothill Technology - 126;  Stockdale (Bakersfield) - 133;  4. Arroyo Grande - 188;  5. Paso Robles - 189;  6. Nipomo - 229;  7. Templeton - 230;  8. LOS OSOS - 235 
 
Junior-Senior Girls (155 total runners):  19. Hollie Genualdi - 20:44 (-3:13);  21. Sidney Spacher - 20:59;  55. Keila Cummings - 23:03
 
Frosh-Soph Girls (158 total runners):  14. Reese Garcia - 20:20;  18. Marley Zwerner - 20:30;  53. Selena Mondragon - 22:30;  55. Faythe Berge - 22:36;  70. Isabella Goltara - 23:09;  75. Isabel Larkins - 23:23;  78. Yuke Chen - 23:26;  95. Nicole Gonzalez - 24:11;  109. Hannah Ismael - 24:58 


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