High School Roundup

October 20, 2007

Mt. San Antonio College Invitational


WALNUT — The Sea Kings placed 10th in the Division III sweepstakes race Friday with a team score of 1 hour, 25 minutes and 55 seconds.

Thomas Dialynas had CdM’s best individual time of the day with a 15:59 which placed him 15th.

Richard Demarco placed 26th at 16:22, Sebastien Welch finished in 49th at 16:54, Ricky Valdez posted a 17:58 and finished 111th, Blaine Bolis recorded an 18:42 and placed 132nd and Connor Corrigan finished 135th with an 18:47.



WALNUT — The boys cross country team had its highest ever finish Friday, placing fifth in the Division V sweepstakes race.

Sage Hill finished with a total time of 1 hour, 27 minutes and 14 seconds.

Connor Rose led the Lightning with an eighth place finish and a time of 16:14.

Other contributors were Sean Mcelroy who finished 14th with a 16:30, Lionel Wintemute at 17:02 placed 26th, Kyle Simon posted an 18:23 and finished 59th, Alex Jimenez ran a 19:05 placing 66th and David Penner finished and 19:12 which placed him 71st.

The girls finished with a total time of 1 hour, 50 minutes and 30 seconds and placed 7th in the Division V sweepstakes race.

Cait Williamson ran a 19:36 which was good enough for fifth place overall.

Katie Mckeon had a 21:24 and placed 20th, Jakie Dion finished 40th with a 22:40. Megan Culberson ran a 23:03 and finished 47th, Iral Brito finished 50th with a 23:47, Lena Xiao ended in 52nd with a 24:10 and Megan Kim finished with a 24:17 that put her in 55th.


WALNUT — The boys cross country team placed 20th in the Division III race Friday with a total time of 1 hour and 39 minutes.

Drake Brunett placed a team high 53rd with a time of 18:21.

Other Mustang scores were James Stucker with a 19:16 that placed him 93rd, Jason Rosello finished 103rd with a 19:30, John Sudbeck placed 145th with a 20:28, Carlos Lopez ran a 21:25 and finished 145th, Irvine Dorantes placed 153rd with a 22:37 and Rummon Razzak finished in 160th with a 24:05.

The girls did not record a score for the Division III varsity race but Arlene Sanchez finished in 58th place with a time of 23:27.

The Mt. SAC Invitational continues today with Newport Harbor competing.

Estancia 9, Westminster 7

COSTA MESA — The Eagles held Westminster scoreless in overtime (two periods) to win their fifth game of the season on Friday at Estancia.

Danny O’Neil led the Eagles (5-10) with three goals and goalkeeper Kyle Lux had eight saves.

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