Bassett, Bishop Amat, Duarte, Ganesha, and Los Altos traveled to L.A.â€™s Griffith Park to run over the hilly 3 mile course.Â The meet attracted over 70 schools are featured some of the top teams in the State, which now includes the Los Altos boys by virtue of their win in the Div 2 race.
Baldwin Park, Charter Oak, Rowland and San Dimas traveled to Fullertonâ€™s Craig Park to take part in this low key meet, contested by 30 teams over a rolling 3 mile course on an increasingly hot day. Continue reading Sunny Hills: Really Hot→
This is a big, well run meet, and South Orange County usually provides cool weather, but not this year.Â Almost all of the better performers from the SGVâ€™s Bonita and Diamond Bar came from the early morning races, with the Bearcat girls showing the best.Â The meet was contested on a 3 mile, net downhill course at the host school. Continue reading Dana Hills: Bonita Girls Step Up→
If the Rosemead Invite were a child’s jacket, the tag inside would read, “I belong to Jayson Perez“.Â The South El Monte senior followed up last year’s dominance of this local meet with a blazing 14:10 effort.Â Never really pressed and always under control, he scorched the 2.9 mile, mostly flat course.Â On the girls side, the top performances came in the team results, as locals West Covina (89), Rosemead (156), and Arroyo (161) swept the top three team places.
Nine local schools were among the 180 teams that ran is this huge, high quality meet.Â Woodbridge attracts teams from all of California and several other states.Â The meet is run over a super-fast, completely flat 3 mile course.Â The top local performance came from CIF-SS Div III 5th-ranked St. Lucyâ€™s, the only locals competing in the prestigious Sweepstakes race in the evening.Â While they only finished 15th, most of the schools were from the larger divisions.Â The Regents outperformed all but one Div III school and reconfirmed their place in the top ten.
The Glendora boys (and one girl), South Hills, and Bishop Amat traveled to San Diegoâ€™s to race on the national championship course at Morley Field.Â This meet featured San Diegoâ€™s top teams, along with several strong teams from the Southern Section and Arizona.Â The guys raced on a hilly 2.95 mile course, while the girls course was 2.75 miles – taking out the biggest hill.Â The weather was quite hot in the afternoon when the larger schools competed