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Seakings Varsity Cross Country Dominates the Pacific Coast League

Sierra Hurson, Journalist

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This past Thursday, October 5th, CdM Cross Country had their first league contest of the season. This was a very exciting meet as both girls and boys’ varsity placed first in the meet between CdM, Woodbridge, Northwood, Beckman, University, and Irvine High Schools. A staggering 61 runners ran lifetime personal bests. Freshman, Annabelle Boudreau, led the girls varsity team to victory, running a personal best of 17:55 to place 1st in the girls varsity division. Gigi Lee (junior) claimed the 3rd place spot to join Boudreau in top 3. Lee finished with a personal best of 18:15. Julia Tung, the former Freshman varsity star, now a Sophomore, finished in 6th place with a time of 18:33. Maya Buchwald (Sophomore), Lauren Griffin (senior), Emma Montgomery (senior), and Deeba Fallahzadeh (senior) all ran personal bests to secure the girls team’s first place finish. The Varsity boys had an outstanding performance as well with Junior, Duncan Taylor, placing 1st overall with a personal best of 15:33. Juniors, Ian Turner and Joey Cianfrani joined Taylor in top 3, with Turner placing second with a personal best of 15:26 and Cianfrani placing third with a personal best of 15:27. There were a number of top 10 performances throughout all the divisions. Some highlights included, Josh Means (junior) placing 8th for Varsity Boys and Buchwald (sophomore) placing 8th as well for Varsity Girls, both with personal bests. Sumner Warden (junior) finished in 10th place for JV Girls, Jacob Kranz (junior) placed 7th for JV Boys, and Dylen Cox (freshman) placed 6th for Frosh/Soph Boys. Head Coach of CdM’s cross country and track team, Bill Sumner, was very proud of his team’s performance, “I was really happy with the boys and girls varsity winning the cluster meet, it’s been several years since we’ve done that. But what made me happier was the fact that we had 61 PR’s, which means the team as a whole is getting better week by week and that’s the most fun part for me.” It is safe to say, the Seakings are off to a fantastic start of the season.

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