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RESULTS FROM FIYA XC MEET #1

CROSS COUNTRY 2021 | October 6th Meet @ Cheviot Hills

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FIYA In-Person Cross Country has officially returned and it feels so good!

THANK YOU to all of our participants and school communities for coming out and competing in our first Cross Country meet of the 2021 season on Wednesday, October 6th at Cheviot Hills Rec. The results are IN and will always be posted promptly in the meet details on our FIYA athletic.net page. Continue below for details on our top runners of the meet and information on our next two (2) Cross Country meets.

MORE ON MEET RESULTS

IN THIS FIRST MEET, WE HAD A TOTAL OF 19 SCHOOLS AND 280+ STUDENT-ATHLETES REPRESENTING: 

American Martyrs (Manhattan Beach)

Beverly Vista Middle School (Beverly Hills)

El Segundo Middle School (El Segundo)

Good Shepherd (Beverly Hills)

The Gooden School (Pasadena)

Holy Trinity (San Pedro)

International School of Los Angeles (Burbank)

Larchmont Charter (Lafayette Park)

Larchmont Charter (Selma)

Mark Twain Middle School (West LA)

Monsenor Oscar Romero (Mid-City)

Notre Dame Academy (West LA)

Para Los Ninos Charter (Downtown LA)

Pilgrim School (Mid-City)

St. Anastasia (Westchester)

St. Brendan (Central LA)

The Episcopal School of Los Angeles (Hollywood)

Visitation (Westchester)

WISH Charter (Westchester)

TOP RUNNERS OF THE MEET

In FIYA Cross Country, we award medals to the top finishers of each gender division for every meet. For every five (5) runners in a race, one (1) medal is awarded.  (Ex: 60 total runners = 12 medalists)
Congratulations to the top runners of the meet for October 6, 2021!

BOYS DIVISION 1 (8th Grade & Below)

TOP FINISHER

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LONDON WEBSTER
Mark Twain Middle School
8th Grader
11:45.55 | 2 miles

TOP 12 MEDALISTS

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  1. London Webster (Mark Twain) 
  2. Ernesto Jalomo (Holy Trinity)
  3. Brandon Alvarez (St. Brendan)
  4. Benicio Johnson (Good Shepherd)
  5. Pierre-Ange Petit (ISLA)
  6. Matthew Dombrowski (St. Anastasia School)
  7. Jeremy Coughlin (Holy Trinity) 
  8. Ethan Relles (El Segundo) 
  9. Joseph Altamirano-Arango (MORCS)
  10. Xander Matcuk (Beverly Vista)
  11. Mathias Ramierz (Beverly Vista)
  12. Itai Pedowitz (ESLA)

TOP TEAM SCORES

  1. Holy Trinity - 18
  2. Beverly Vista - 27
  3. Monsenor Oscar Romero - 31

BOYS DIVISION 2 (6th Grade & Below)

TOP FINISHER

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DANIEL SCHUCHMAN
St. Anastasia School
5th Grader
10:03.24 | 1.5 miles

TOP 12 MEDALISTS

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  1. Daniel Schuchman (St. Anastasia)
  2. Luke Kerwin (American Martyrs)
  3. Sebastian Benaim (St. Anastasia)
  4. Milo Sant (St. Anastasia)
  5. James Gleason (El Segundo)
  6. Coltyn Kessel (St. Anastasia)
  7. Logan Jonte (St. Brendan)
  8. Julian Knudsen (St. Anastasia)
  9. Orion Gleason (El Segundo)
  10. Kekoa Ordonez (St. Anastasia)
  11. Tyler Miller (ISLA)
  12. David Torija (Para Los Ninos)

TOP TEAM SCORES

  1. St. Anastasia - 8
  2. El Segundo - 30
  3. St. Brendan - 37

BOYS DIVISION 3 (4th Grade & Below)

TOP FINISHER

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ZACHARY SHIRLEY
Good Shepherd School
3rd Grader
6:28.86 | 1 mile

TOP 6 MEDALISTS

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  1. Zachary Shirley (Good Shepherd)
  2. Kahama Wainwright (Holy Trinity)
  3. Christopher Jackson (St. Anastasia)
  4. Jaib Grewal (Good Shepherd)
  5. William Matlock (Good Shepherd)
  6. Ethan Tourney (Visitation)

TOP TEAM SCORES

  1. Good Shepherd - 10
  2. Holy Trinity - 22
  3. Gooden - 35

GIRLS DIVISION 1 (8th Grade & Below)

TOP FINISHER

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MAILE ORDONEZ
St. Anastasia School
8th Grade
13:01.20 | 2 miles

TOP 8 MEDALISTS

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  1. Maile Ordonez (St. Anastasia)
  2. Natalie Christenson (El Segundo)
  3. Remi Morrison (ISLA)
  4. Caroline Rackett (American Martyrs)
  5. Ava Rumsey (American Martyrs)
  6. Hailey Casper (El Segundo)
  7. Kenzie Czako (Larchmont LFP)
  8. Vanessa Lopez S. (Mark Twain)

TOP TEAM SCORES

  1. Beverly Vista - 17
  2. Mark Twain - 18
  3. St. Brendan - 24

GIRLS DIVISION 2 (6th Grade & Below)

TOP FINISHER

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EVELYN URSINI
American Martyrs
6th Grade
10:36.72 | 1.5 miles

TOP 10 MEDALISTS

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  1. Evelyn Ursini (American Martyrs)
  2. Milan Cooper (Mark Twain)
  3. Charlotte Bingman (American Martyrs)
  4. Lily Snyder (El Segundo)
  5. Madeline Saba (American Martyrs)
  6. Shaya Sabar (Beverly Vista)
  7. Cali Borland (American Martyrs)
  8. Baran Naim (Beverly Vista)
  9. Breanna Morales (Mark Twain)
  10. Brooke Immel (El Segundo)

TOP TEAM SCORES

  1. American Martyrs - 9
  2. El Segundo - 25
  3. Mark Twain - 26

GIRLS DIVISION 3 (4th Grade & Below)

TOP FINISHER

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ADELYNN BOLTON
Visitation School
3rd Grade
7:37.18 | 1 mile

TOP 5 MEDALISTS

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  1. Adelynn Bolton (Visitation)
  2. Valentina Johnson (Good Shepherd)
  3. Kayann Patel (Notre Dame Academy)
  4. Farra Grieves (WISH)
  5. Addison Saputo (Holy Trinity)

TOP TEAM SCORES

  1. Good Shepherd - 11
  2. WISH - 16
  3. Notre Dame Academy - 21

MORE 2021 XC MEETS

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We have just ONE (1) more FIYA in-person Cross Country Meet coming in hot, and you won't want to miss this last chance to run with us!

 

JOIN US FOR THE EXCITEMENT ON:  

  • Wednesday, October 20th @ Cheviot Hills Rec

 

Registration for both meets are currently OPEN and will close at 9AM the Tuesday before race day on athletic.net. Click the link to register today! More info on FIYA Cross Country listed below.

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NEW TO FIYA XC?

If you're new to FIYA Cross Country or would like further information, please see our Cross Country Page (link below) for all details on our program. Listed on that page are also our age divisions and distances as well as instructions on how to participate and register using our online meet platform, athletic.net. We hope to have you join us this season!

JOIN US THIS SCHOOL YEAR!

FIYA believes in the power of school-based sports and the impact a school athletic program makes on schools and their communities. Our organization is proudly made up of school participants from over 40 Los Angeles zip codes (and counting) that range from the San Fernando Valley to Long Beach. As we continue to grow, it is our belief that every child should have an equal chance to play sports, and we hope one way that's possible is through FIYA and our partnership with our member schools' athletic programs!