Native Athletics in San Mateo County on Monday, Sept. 18, 2023


Cross nation

The Combating Knights Joust passed off at Crystal Springs Cross Nation Course, marking the primary meet of the 2023 highschool season. Hillsdale Excessive College hosted the occasion.

Jackie Pan from Mills demonstrated her dominance within the women’ senior race, ending first with a time of 18 minutes, 48.8 seconds on the two.95-mile course. Tauren Mitchell from Westmont got here in second with a time of 20:13.8. The highest 5 was rounded out by Kira Forsberg from Capuchino (20:40.6), Avelyn Liang from San Mateo (20:44.7), and Jordan Robinson from Hillsdale (21:07.6).

Within the boys’ senior race, Rowan Henige from Sequoia secured first place comfortably with a time of 15:52.3. Theodore Mendonca from Hillsdale took second place (16:41.6), Brendan Kennedy from Aragon positioned fourth (17:24.3), and Mariano Beas from South Metropolis took sixth (17:41.0).

Katelynn Ruiz from Watsonville claimed first place within the women’ junior race with a time of 19:16.3. Naia Hsieh from Hillsdale completed second (19:54.2), and Lara Scanziani-Grijalvo from Oceana positioned third (19:58.8). Within the boys’ junior race, Andrew Tune from San Mateo completed simply two seconds behind the day’s greatest time, securing first place.

Sacred Coronary heart Prep runs at Farmer Invite

Each the SHP boys’ and women’ varsity groups positioned thirteenth on the Farmer Invitational 2023. The occasion passed off on a three-mile course at Hayward Excessive College. Kate Grey, a sophomore, had the highest placement for the SHP women’ varsity group, ending 57th out of 158 runners with a time of 21:17.55. Within the boys’ varsity race, senior Nick Karros led SHP with a twenty fifth place end out of 186 runners, finishing the race in 16:17.81.

Ladies’ water polo

The Girl Knights snapped a two-game shedding streak with an exhilarating house recreation towards Leland-San Jose. Menlo’s Sofia Flieri scored the game-winning aim with simply over a minute left to play, resulting in a 7-6 victory for the group. Sabina Sutaria had given the Knights a 7-6 lead with 1:23 remaining earlier than Leland tied it.


Boys’ water polo

Regardless of Jackson Coleman’s spectacular efficiency of 4 objectives and three assists, the Knights fell to Los Gatos for the primary time in program historical past. Nic Ekstrand contributed three objectives and three assists, and Teddy Meeks added one aim and 4 assists for Menlo.

By Editor

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