San Diego Section Mid-Season Report: LCC looking strong


GIRLS INDIVIDUALS

As dominant as Jacob Stanford has been, teammate Kristin Fahy has been even more overpowering. No senioritis for Fahy who was the only girl under 15-minutes over 2.75 miles in the Mt. Carmel Invitational and ran 17:08.5 for 5,000 meters to win at Stanford by 17 seconds over a quality field.

But the real test will come at Mt. SAC where Fahy has generally run well and figures to get some a serious push from most of the Southern Section's top runners as the Mavericks will compete in the team sweepstakes.

Remember that Fahy was pretty dominant a year ago but now is running faster times seemingly with less effort.

The way she's running, the move up to Division II should be just another challenge.

When someone is so dominant, it's often easy to miss some other quality performers like Fahy's teammate Jessica Riedman, Sage Creek's dynamic duo of Skyler and Stormy Wallace, Canyon Crest's Carlie Dorostkar who can actually point to a victory over Fahy in a league cluster meet, and Westview sophomore Trang Woolridge.

Two of the section's top runners are in the smaller school divisions as Coronado's Teresa Perez (Division IV) and El Cajon Christian's Alaina Zamorano (D-V) continue to improve.

Ranking the top 10 San Diego Section girls for three miles

RANKTIMEATHLETE/TEAMGRADEMEET DATE PLACE
116:49.30
Canyon Crest Academy (SD)
2020
216:52.80
Sage Creek (SD)
2020
317:02.80
Sage Creek (SD)
2022
417:43.00
Coronado High (SD)
2019
517:53.60
Torrey Pines High School (SD)
2022
617:54.30
Sage Creek (SD)
2020
717:58.50
Rancho Bernardo High (SD)
2021
818:06.00
University City High School (SD)
2019
918:06.60
Poway High (SD)
2020
1018:12.70
Scripps Ranch High School (SD)
2019



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