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Cross Country Competes in Mt. S.A.C. Invitational

By BROOKE BAXTER Staff Writer Cross Country persevered from start to finish in the uphill battle of the Mt. SAC Invitational course on Saturday, October 26.  Despite the notorious dry and dusty conditions that come along with the course, runners would not give up, as this meet was the last of the season before League...

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Cross Country Has a Strong Race at Dana Hills Nike Invitational

By BROOKE BAXTER Staff Writer  Boys and Girls Cross Country ran in the 46th Annual Dana Hills Nike Invitational this Saturday, September 28. Despite a late night out with the Homecoming Football game the day prior and the Homecoming dance after the meet, both teams yielded impressive results that day.  “Although the football game did...

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Cross Country Athletes Take Home PR’s from Norco’s Woodbridge Invitational

By BROOKE BAXTER Staff Writer  Cross Country Boys and Girls raced successfully at the Woodbridge Invitational – delivering numerous personal records on Norco’s flat course – this past Friday, September 20. The Boys Varsity team: Raja Batra, Adam Gish, Michael Blinstrub, Quinlan Tobin, Ryan Duffy, and Yaseen Sattar left all other runners in the dust as they...

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Girls Cross Country makes CIF while Boys falter

By LEYLAND YANG Staff Writer Girls Varsity Cross Country placed third at the PCL League Finals on Tuesday October 31, at Mason Park. They met the requirement to make CIF, placing in the top three teams. Last year, they had barely missed the cutoff, placing fourth in league finals. “My hopes for CIF are to...

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Cross Country competes at infamous Mount SAC Invitational

By ELEANOR HANSSLER Staff Writer This past Saturday, Boy’s and Girl’s Cross Country competed at the Mount SAC Invitational, a meet involving the culmination of almost every high school in California, making it one of the largest meets in the nation. The course, located on and around San Antonio College, is widely regarded as one of...

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Cross Country competes their first league match at Mason Park

By JOSHUA KIM Staff Writer The Boys and Girls team both finished fourth as a team on the first league meet at Mason Park. The Cross Country team ran a race against Woodbridge, Irvine, Northwood, and Portola last Thursday on October 4th. The course was very familiar to the runners, so many were able to...

Strong performance at Stanford Invitational by Cross Country
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Strong performance at Stanford Invitational by Cross Country

By ELEANOR HANSSLER Staff Writer This past Saturday, Cross Country competed in the 45th Stanford Invitational in which only the top seven male and female runners were taken. Hosted on the Stanford University Golf Course, the race involved a three-day trip for the runners and was the cumulation of well over one-hundred teams from various schools...

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Cross Country competes in first varsity meet at Woodbridge Invitational

By ELEANOR HANSSLER Staff Writer This last Friday, Cross Country competed in their second meet of the season, the Woodbridge Invitational, resulting in many new personal records for the runners and high rankings for the team. Historically, this meet is where many runners achieve their fastest time of the season due to the cooler weather and...

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Cross Country off to a quick start at first meet

By ELEANOR HANSSLER Staff Writer Both Boys and Girls Cross Country competed in their first meet of the season at Laguna Hills High School, resulting in many impressive times and high rankings within the division last Saturday, September 9. The Laguna Hills Invitational, a course notorious for being particularly hilly, hot and difficult, was the...

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Uni experiences a rocky start at first pre-season meet

By OLIVER CORPUS Staff Writer  The track team suffered multiple defeats at both JV and Varsity levels in the track meet this past Thursday against El Modena High School. Fortunately, the meet took place in the pre-season and consequently did not count for points in league finals. When asked how he felt the meet went...