By Eugean Choi ’21
As the Cross Country season ended, the runners’ schedule were no longer filled with practices. The boys varsity team ended with an overall record of 10 – 2, and the girls varsity team ended with an overall record of 4 – 4. The two teams went to Mission League Finals at Crescenta Valley Park on Nov. 1, where both teams placed second. The JV team also went to the Mission League Finals, achieving second place as well.
“In my season, I think that we did pretty well,” JV runner Isaac Dienstag ’21 said.
Although the boys varsity team was not able to qualify for CIF finals, the members of the team are content with what they achieved during the whole season. The coaches agree as well.
“We are very pleased with what we have done. Our results have been excellent,” program Head Coach Jonas Koolsbergen ’83 said.
The girls varsity team had their CIF finals and state finals on Nov. 12 and on Nov. 18, achieving second place for both.
The middle school cross country team went to the Delphic League Finals at Paramount Ranch on Nov. 2. The girls team placed first, with three runners in the Top 10: league champion Daniela Quintero ’22, Ariana Azarbal ’22, and Natalia Johnson ’23.
“I think the season went well. By the end of the season, the training we put in showed by our Girls team championship. I am really happy by how the season went,” Quinter