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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Section Newspaper Coverage...

Central Coast Section
Monterey's Welsh wins Division III CCS cross country title
Gunn's Sarah Robinson breaks 17-minute barrier in winning girls Division I race
CCS Boys Cross Country Championships: Scotts Valley and Aptos collect team titles
Aptos' Clare Peabody and SLV's Anna Maxwell capture singles titles and lead teams to repeat CCS performances
Peabody, Mariners come away with CCS D-III Championships; St. Francis' Bianchi qualifies for state meet
Cross country and water polo CCS results NEW

Sac-Joaquin Section
DHS harriers use maximum effort to grab titles
Riverbank’s Florez leads way at Section Meet
Lodi High School’s Phillip Kruse, Liberty Ranch High School’s Courtney Robinson headed to state cross country meet
Vacaville Christian High School girls, 3 others headed to state cross country
Woodland, Pioneer runners place in top 20 at Sac-Joaquin Section cross country championship
Vacaville Christian High School girls, 3 others headed to state cross country NEW
Placer's varsity boys three-peat at section meet NEW

Any others?  Send them my way to and I will add them to the lists.


Anonymous said...

Any big surprises? Biggest flops?

How about how some teams seem to go to the state meet every year. Or win CCS every year. Or Bellarmine and Carlmont always at the top. Or Aptos.

Anonymous said...

Have to say, aptos boys is a bit surprising. D3 seemed weaker this year, but they were very off the map just two years ago. watching them, they seemed to play a very smart team race and worked together great. can only trying to live up to the expectations of the aptos girls team...

Anonymous said...

Aptos runners were beasts at division 3 each runner stepped it up. Watch this video:

Anonymous said...

SLV girls for their performance that they have repeated the last four years at CCS.
Maxwell and Robinson, by far, best runs of the day.
Congratulations to all runners for their efforts and best of luck to those headed to state.

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