Cross Country: Kimball girls ninth at Frogtown
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The Kimball High varsity girls cross country team came away with the best finish among the four local teams at the Frogtown Invitational.

Teams from Kimball, Tracy, West and Millennium highs all traveled to the Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp on Saturday, Sept. 22, for the event. The invitational serves as a preview of the Sac-Joaquin Section subsection meet, which is held Nov. 3 on the same course.

Varsity girls, large schools

Kimball High’s varsity girls placed ninth out of 24 teams with a score of 242 and an average time of 24 minutes, 6 seconds on the 3-mile course.

McClatchy and Ponderosa tied for first place with scores of 118. Ponderosa’s average time was 22:21 and McClatchy’s, 22:29.

Kimball High junior Francesca Loayza (21:37) was the top local runner with a 13th-place overall finish.

Also running for Kimball were Anna Carrasco (22:58), Jemiyah Castro (24:53), Chayah Sharma (25:30) and Joanna Zhu (25:32).

Tracy High finished in 11th place with a score of 318 and an average time of 25:19, and West was 22nd with a score of 500 and an average time of 29:01.

Tracy’s runners were Ciera Soliz (22:17), Kaitlin Spencer (23:11), Kyleigh McPhillips (25:53), Ruth Alvarez (26:48) and Sylvia Guash (28:22).

West’s times were Julia Flohr (23:16), Effie Nehoran (26:34), Elise Green (29:59), Justyce Romo (30:47), Lydia Young (34:29) and Alli Weseman (36:53)

Varsity boys, large schools

Tracy High’s team finished in 17th place among 33 teams with a score of 482 and an average time of 20 minutes flat on the 3-mile course.

Manteca was first with a score of 115 and an average time of 18:11.

Tracy’s runners were Alfonso Gonzalez (19:18), Paul Gleason (19:30), Thomas Ridder (20:03), Cody Miller (20:17), Derek Paris (20:52), Chris Garcia (21:20) and Sam St. Clair (21:48).

Kimball was 20th with a score of 541 and an average time of 20:21, and West was 24th with a score of 595 and an average time of 20:38.

Kimball’s team included Kamryn Van Allen (19:15), Rigo Carrasco (19:19), Greg Dawson (20:49), Roger Gomez (20:51) and Christian Andrews (21:28).

West’s runners at Frogtown were Richard Tran (19:48), Nick Vik (19:59), Yuyavan Robles (20:38), Chandler Chen (21:13), Jacob Sale (21:30), Barak Nehoran (21:38) and Josh Sale (21:51).

Varsity boys, small schools

Millennium placed 13th out of 21 teams with a score of 412 and an average time of 22:18 on the 3-mile course.

Dixon won with a score of 69 and an average time of 18:11.

Millennium’s team included Donoban Salinas (21:07), J.T. Amador (22:01), Spencer Blackwell (22:08), Jesse Castro (22:19), Daniel Scahill (23:52), Paul Cardeas (24:22) and Jude Ocampo (26:03).

Varsity girls, small schools

Millennium had four girls in the varsity girls competition and did not record a team score.

Junior Anneliese Bradley (23:41) finished 30th overall. Millennium’s other runners at the event were Serena Cho (25:43), Prianna Patel (27:15) and Esephinia Garces (28:50).

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