In the women's race, the team ran a brutal and tough battle, destroying almost all the competition in the process and just narrowly missing the team championship. Senior Callie Pastarr led the team with a second place finish. She was closely followed by sophomore sensation Jamie Cheever. Both of the top women qualified individually. Fortunately their team will follow them, thanks to the efforts of Molly Tolins, Trina Pastarr, Danielle Walter, Katherine Ketter, and Lizzy Boosalis. It is worth noting that while practically everyone ran a season best, Danielle ran a fifty second seasonal best to push the team to the level it needed to be at.
For the men, Forrest Tahdooahnippah continued his dominance with a first place finish. Neil Grosscup had a seasonal breakthrough with his impressive fifth place finish. Both of them qualified individually, but are also taking the whole team, thanks to Erik DeLapp, Dan Dickinson, Erik Maloney, Gavin Weir, and Evan Rowe, who all ran personal bests. The men took the win, beating city rival Edison once again. It's good to see the city conference rising in power again, as two city schools will be running this year at the state meet.
Women's Varsity - 4000 Meters
Men's Varsity - 5000 Meters
(JV results will be posted at a later date)