Public/Charter School Girls
Public/Charter School Boys
Private School Girls
Cambridge Christian sixth grader, Eliana Black, has been out on the high school scene dominating the 5k distance. This weekend, she took her distance down and tried her hand at the 3k, proving that she is one of the top sixth graders in the nation.
Black and Elizabeth Williamson were the first to head through the mile mark working off one another. Black broke away shortly after and cruised to the finish in a time of 10:51 -- 30 seconds ahead of the rest of the field and the earning the fastest time of the day on the Holloway Park course.
Williamson was next to cross the finish line, coming through in 11:21 with fellow seventh grader, Lucrezia Gowdy rounding out the top three in 11:33.
The Bolles ladies, led by Leila Bata, were the Private School champions with 43 points. Calvary Christian Academy took second with 65 points.
Private School Boys
Belen and Bolles continued their cross country legacy, with their future squads making some noise this weekend on the Middle school scene.
Belen's Joshua Ruiz, took the individual Private School title in a time of 10:19 -- a strong PR for the eighth grader. Ruiz led his team to a 40 point victory over Bolles with a team average of 10:55.
Calvary Christian's Hunter Morgan was the next to cross the finish line in a time of 10:31 with Storm Weber, of Berkeley Prep, rounding out the top three in a time of 10:35.92.
The Bolles squad was led by eighth grader William Morales who finished sixth in a time of 10:39 -- his first time under the 11 minute barrier and a great way to cap off his middle school years.
- FLYRA Middle School Championship Meet Page
- FLYRA Middle School Championship Photos
- FLYRA Middle School Championship Race Video + Interviews