Girls Varsity Cross Country · Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place at CIF Finals, Advances to State Meet

  Place Points
Claremont High School 1st 69
Mission Viejo High School 2nd 114
Serrano High School 3rd 118
Saugus High School 4th 131

Claremont High School’s girls’ varsity cross country squad won the Division 2 CIF Finals race Saturday in Riverside to qualify to the CIF State Championships this coming Saturday, November 24 at Woodward Park in Fresno.

CHS runners finished 1-11-14-19-24 to score 69 points to win the Southern Section team title ahead of Mission Viejo (114 pts), Serrano (118 pts), Saugus (131 pts) and 20 other schools.

Frosh Maddie Coles won the individual title to lead the Wolfpack. Coles clocked a frosh record 16:54.2 to win by over 10 seconds over the twisty, dusty 3-mile Riverside course. Behind Coles for CHS were senior Sydney Hwang (11th, 17:26.9), junior Azalea Segura-Mora (14th, 17:36.5), senior Kalinda Reynolds (19th, 17:46.0), and senior Julia Marriott (24th, 17:51.7.

This will be Claremont High’s eighth appearance at the State meet, and the team’s sixth straight. CHS girls won the D2 state title in 2016 and 2017. The 2018 Division 2 Girl’s race will start at 10:00am Saturday.

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