Cross Country Miners hit the trails in San Carlos

By Frank Smith

The San Manuel Miners cross country team traveled over to San Carlos on Sept. 5 to hit the trails with the Braves, the Miner Boys varsity team placed third out of five teams.

Placing for the San Manuel boys varsity team were Wayne Newman who placed ninth with a time of 23:25.29, Nathaniel Lopez placed thirteenth with a time of 23:44.87, Jared Gonzalez placed fourteenth with a time of 23:45.31, Patrick Lopez placed sixteenth with a time of 23:47.01, Marty Rodriguez placed eighteenth with a time of 24:58.02, and Colton Stratton placed twenty-sixth with a time of 26:06.54. Armando Sierra did not place due to injury.

Miner Boys placing for the JV team were Marco Salas who placed fifth with a time of 27:51.15, Breyden Main placed sixth with a time of 27:56.52, Tyler Yazzie placed seventh with a time of 28:05.58, and Omar Gallego placed eighteenth with a time of 32:52.45.

Placing for the girls varsity team were Maritza Estrada who placed tenth with a time of 35:53.59, Selena Duarte placed fourteenth with a time of 36:56.56, Diana Medina placed fifteenth with a time of 37:20.65, and Jessica Lopez placed twenthy-third with a time of 44:48.08.

The following results are corrections from last week’s meet on August 29 at home; Top of Form

Jared Gonzalez took fourth with a time of 21:05.6, Patrick Lopez took sixth with a time of 21:48.4, Nathaniel Lopez took ninth with a time of 22:44.8, Armando Sierra took tenth with a time of 23:11.2, Colten Stratton took thirteenth with a time of 24:04.4, Tyler Yazzie took fourteenth with a time of 24:54.1, Breyden Main took fifteenth with a time of 26:25.9, and Marco Salas took sixteenth with a time of 26:26.2. The Boys took first place as a team out of three teams with a total of 24 runners.

Placing for the girls was Maritza Estrada who took fifth place with a time of 31:08.0.There were nine runners that started and eight runners that finished the course for the girls.

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