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Boys Varsity XC Takes 3rd Place at PSAL 4, Sets Up Wide Open League Championship

On Tuesday evening, the KSJC Girls Varsity Cross Country team took to the Crystal Springs Cross Country Course for the final regular season PSAL meet before the Championships next Thursday.  The team again found a way to beat a team above them in the standings, setting up a wide open race on Thursday that will account for

Girls Varsity XC Takes 3rd at PSAL 4, Sets Up Showdown with LCPA in PSAL Championships

On Tuesday evening, the KSJC Girls Varsity Cross Country team took to the Crystal Springs Cross Country Course for the final regular season PSAL meet before the Championships next Thursday. Nueva has won every meet, but 2nd place has come down to either LCPA or KSJC.  KSJC ran honorably with several people out with injuries to

Boys JV Cross Country takes 3rd Again at PSAL 4, Payumo PRs

On Tuesday evening, the KSJC JV Boys and Girls Cross Country teams took to the Crystal Springs Cross Country Course for the final regular season PSAL meet before the Championships next Thursday.  The Boys JV Team, after starting PSAL in 5th place, finished in 3rd place for the third consecutive meet.  The team was led

Girls Varsity XC Takes 2nd Place at PSAL 3, Moves into 2nd Place Overall in PSAL

The Girls Varsity Cross Country team took on the PSAL on Tuesday at the third league meet.  It was going to be a close showdown with LCPA, who they were tied with on points going into the third meet.  The Canales sisters turned in their personal records at the meet to propel KSJC into second,

Gutierrez Leads the Pack as JV XC Takes 3rd at PSAL 3

The KSJC JV Cross Country Team took on the rest of the PSAL at league meet 3 on Tuesday afternoon.  The team was missing several key runners, and still turned in a top three performance.  The team was missing Francisco Silva, Anthony Pachuca, Daniel Le, and Captain Kyle Kinard who typically score for the JV

Pinedo Medals as KSJC XC Competes at Artichoke Invitational

On Saturday, October 6th, KSJC Cross Country travelled to Half Moon Bay High School to compete in the Small School Division (Enrollment 1500 and below) of the Artichoke Invitational.  The race is 2.33 miles, and includes hurdling hay bales and climbing Cougar Hill.  The team ran well against stiff competition, with the highlight of the