MT SAC Invitational

Saturday – October 26, 2019
Top 5-7 Frosh and Soph Athletes by invitation
Mt San Antonio College – 1100 N Grand Ave, Walnut, CA 91789

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Bus Schedule – 12:15 pm Departure, 5:00 pm Return (2019 TBA)
Please turn in your Transportation Exemption Form if you are not taking the bus

Race Schedule – 2019 TBA

Soph Girls – 3:15 pm
Soph Boys – 3:30 pm
Frosh Girls – 3:45 pm
Frosh Boys – 4:00 pm

Runner of the Meet

Boys Frosh – Leandro Oquendo
Girls Frosh – Madison Greene
Boys Soph – Anthony Keenen
Girls Soph – Paulette Dominguez

It was another successful and a busy weekend for the Chargers. Varsity once again sat out to get ready for the post season. Lower level runners went to Riverside and Mt SAC to make up for missed OCC meet.

In the afternoon, F/S runners went to the fame Mt SAC. Rumor is CIF will return to Mt SAC next year. It was a nice prep for our younger athletes. With both Gia Sveda and Abbey Zetuche sitting out this week with injuries, the Soph girls had their hands full. Sarah Murry, usually consistent leader took it out hard hoping to make up for her missing teammates paid on the hills… not to worry as Paulette Dominguez and Gillian Gregory (iron supplement seems to be working) lead their team to a 2nd place finish with just 5 runners. McKenzie Edwards and Natalie Craycraft were our scorers. It was a different story (full team) for the boys as Anthony Keenen, Jayke Pastis and Santiago Sanchez finished in 1st, 3rd and 5th overall. One day, they will finish 1 2 3. Not only did we have an individual champion in Anthony Kennen, but the team won as well. Dylan Messineo and Ryan Doherty were our final scorers. Our Frosh runners are starting to put it all together as well. Once again, it was Darla Medina who led her team to a 2nd place finish in 8th overall. It was a heartbreak lost to West Hills by just 1 point!!! Madison Greene, Luisa Escamilla, Susana Torres and Ruby Acosta made up the 2nd place team. Boys team just missed the podium and finished 4th with David Gomez once again leading his team. Richard You, who has been moving the ranks started off aggressive, but the hills of Mt SAC took a toll in the end. Leandro Oquendo, Ian Mead, Alessio Thorpe scored for the team.

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