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Brief: Boys’ cross country places second at CCS

Brief: Boys’ cross country places second at CCS

Priscilla Bell, Features Editor

November 16, 2014


Filed under Cross-Country - Boys, Fall Sports, Top Stories

Boys' cross country advanced to the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) championship meet after placing second in today's Central Coast Section (CCS) championship meet at Toro Park in Salinas, Calif. The team scored 116 points, falling behind Bellarmine who won with 47 points. "The top three...

Boys’ cross country finishes ninth in CCS

Boys’ cross country finishes ninth in CCS

Katie Foug, Staff Writer

November 17, 2013


Filed under Cross-Country - Boys, Top Stories

The boys’ cross country team placed ninth in the Central Coast Section (CCS) championships leaving them short of a qualification to the state meet and thus bringing their season to an end. The boys did not enter the race in optimum condition as they were missing their fastest runner Lucas Matison (15...

Boys’ cross country qualifies for CCS event

Boys’ cross country qualifies for CCS event

Katie Foug, Staff Writer

November 5, 2013


Filed under Cross-Country - Boys, Fall Sports, Top Stories

The boys' cross country team placed fourth in the SCVAL El Camino League Championship led by junior Lucas Matison (‘15). Matison finished first at the Crystal Springs course with a personal record of 15:29. The boys team will advance to the Central Coast Section Championship meet next Saturday at the same loc...

Cross-country finishes second in city championship behind Gunn

Cross-country finishes second in city championship behind Gunn

Anna Dukovic, Staff Writer

October 31, 2013


Filed under Cross-Country - Boys, Fall Sports, Top Stories

The Paly girls’ and boys’ cross-country teams finished second in the city championship at Gunn this afternoon. The Lady Vikes beat Castilleja 43-78; however, Gunn came out on top with a total of 21 points. The boys’ team lost to Gunn 21-28 points. Despite the loss, the Paly boy’s team took...

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