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1990 - "Duplicates" premieres at L.A. Phil; concerto by CalArts Music School dean Mel Powell wins Pulitzer Prize [story]
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Foothill League Cross Country Rankings after October 14, 2015

 

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1 Saugus Kaylee Thompson finally made her varsity cross country debut for the Lady Centurions at the Santa Clarita Valley Invitational. The results were impressive, as Saugus’ top five runners of the day gapped just 42 seconds. They won by just 10 points over Bishop Amat, ranked top 15 in the overall state rankings, but that was without top runner Mariah Castillo. Insert Castillo’s 18:02 junior varsity solo win and Saugus wins by a landslide (29-65!). It’s obvious they mean business, as the program aims for unprecedented 10th consecutive state championship in seven weeks. With the addition of Thompson this team could accomplish great things, starting with this Thursday’s second Foothill League Meet. A team has only perfect scored the league on three different occasions (in 2007, when the Saugus girls went 1-5 at finals, and in 2008, when they went 1-6 at Foothill League Meet No. 2 and a historic 1-7 at the finals). This Thursday could become the fourth time. (1)

2 Hart The Indians have a great 1-2 punch in Anely Avila and Sophia Pearson but have some work to do after. Both Avila and Pearson took on Palos Verdes’ best over a very difficult two-mile layout at the Palos Verdes Invitational. Avila lost to PV’s No. 2 runner by four seconds, while Pearson clocked 12:49 against several team’s best runner. (2)

3 West Ranch Had three girls break 20 minutes on Woodward Park’s 5,000-meter course at the Clovis Invitational, led by two spectacular performances by freshmen Sophia Hoelzel and Shelbi Schauble.Hoelzel’s 19:15 and Schauble’s 19:37 now rank No. 16 and No. 25 on Santa Clarita’s all-time high school freshman list. Stephany Estrada also joined the duo under 20 minutes, clocking 19:57 at Clovis. (3)

4 Golden Valley Idle (4)

5 Canyon Finished fifth in their own invitational at Castaic Lake. Stephanie Martinez and Yee-Lynn Wong had some strong performances, despite running in 95-degree conditions. Martinez finished 19th in 19:26, with teammate Wong taking 22nd in 19:31 on the three-mile hilly course. (5)

6 Valencia Alyssa Higdon was the Vikings top runner at the Clovis Invitational, covering Woodward Park’s 5,000-meter course in 21:12. (6)

Individual Rankings
1 Mariah Castillo Saugus 10 18:02 @ SCV Invite (1)
2 Ashley Heys Saugus 12 18:11 @ SCV Invite (2)
3 Sydney Suarez Saugus 12 18:11 @ SCV Invite (4)
4 Kaylee Thompson Saugus 11 18:17 @ SCV Invite (3)
5 Emma Bahr Saugus 12 18:44 @ SCV Invite (5)
6 Mykasia Simpkins Golden Valley 10 Idle (7)
7 Anely Avila Hart 11 12:35 @ Palos Verdes Invite (8)
8 Sophia Pearson Hart 10 12:49 @ Palos Verdes Invite (6)
9 Jacqueline Cascione Saugus 9 Idle (10)
10 Sophia Hoelzel West Ranch 9 19:15 @ Clovis Invite (18)
11 Sierra Pilarski Saugus 12 19:45 @ Clovis Invite (11)
12 Abby Davis Saugus 10 20:24 @ SCV Invite (9)
13 Shelbi Schauble West Ranch 9 19:37 @ Clovis Invite (15)
14 Yee-Lynn Wong Canyon 11 19:31 @ SCV Invite (12)
15 Stephanie Martinez Canyon 12 19:26 @ SCV Invite (14)
16 Celine Whitman Saugus 12 Idle (16)
17 Jakee Victoria Saugus 11 19:39 @ SCV Invite (19)
18 Savannah Sehenuk Saugus 11 13:14 @ SCV Invite (20)
19 Madison Smoak Hart 11 13:14 @ Palos Verdes Invite (17)
20 Stephanie Estrada West Ranch 12 19:57 @ Clovis Invite (13)
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