MEET THE FINAL FOUR CIF-STATE GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS
Remaining athlete bios are listed alphabetically
Jordan Hasay (Mission College Prep/CS) -- 4X Division V champion between 2005-08 with four of the top five times ever in the division, chronologically: 17:11, 17:15, 17:05 and 17:18. The 17:11 ranks No. 2 all-time for freshman girls and at the time was the fifth fastest time ever posted by a divisional champion. Her averaged margin of victory was 1:29 and no less than 1:19. She was fastest in the merge three years and missed by one second the other year.
Haley Herberg (Capistrano Valley/SS) -- She won the Division II title in 2017 in 17:00, the second fastest time in D-II history behind Sarah Baxter's 16:43, and the 12th fastest by a champion in meet history. She is one of just 11 girls in State Meet history to win while running 17:05 or faster.
Claudia Lane (Malibu/SS) -- 2X Division IV champion in 2016-17. Her 16:30 to win as a sophomore in 2016 is the fastest ever run at the CIF-State Championship, regardless of division, and her 16:45 to win as a junior is No. 2 on the D-IV list and equal to the fifth-fastest ever. One of only six girls to ever run sub-17 to win a state title and one of only four to do it more than once.
Fiona O'Keeffe (Davis Senior/SJ) -- 2X Division I champion in 2013-14 with winning times of 16:59 and 16:57. Her times ranks sixth and eighth, respectively, on the all-time D-I list. She is one of only six girls to ever run sub-17 to win a state title and one of only four to do it more than once.
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