A philosophy of don't run too fast too soon has served the all-boys school's cross country program well for more than three decades.
Tucson (AZ) Salpointe Catholic junior Kylie Wild took the D2 Invitational victory on the 2.75-mile course at San Diego's Morley Field, crossing in 15:35.9. Mt. Carmel (SD) senior Sydney Paul was second (15:52.0) and La Jolla (SD) sophomore Kyra Fisk was third (16:10.7).Kylie Wild Interview | Sydney Paul Interview
Tucson (AZ) Salpointe Catholic juniors Michael Urbanski and Diego Veliz took control mid-race and were shoulder to shoulder until the final stride when Veliz lost his footing just before the finish and Urbanski claimed his first race victory (16:19.6). Veliz, although hurting from the fall, managed to cross second (16:27.1) with local Ken Belt of Scripps Ranch (SD) third in 16:25.5.Michael Urbanski interview
Kylie Wild at junior at Salpointe Catholic in Tucson, AZ, wins it in 15:35.9. Sydney Paul, a senior at Mt Carmel (SD) is second 15:52.0 and Kyra Fisk, a sophomore at La Jolla (SD) places third in 16:10.7 3.
San Diego small-school star runs away from a strong field in the marquee boys race at Morley Field. Rancho Bernardo's Jacey Farmer, also with an impressive win.
Logan Marek took top Arizona honors at Woodbridge with a 14:26 for three very flat miles.