Sophomore Liam Alexander of Vintage was 7.3 seconds back at the halfway split but he said he knew he could make up that time on the hills. That he did, taking over the lead for good at the top of the ridge and finished strong in 16:52.23. Ellis Richardson, a sophomore from Oakwood, was second in 17:06.42 with Alex Gao, a freshman from Palo Alto, third in 17:08.23.
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