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July 29, 2004
of Runners Droves of high school runners have hit the streets of La Cañada. All four local schools (Flintridge Preparatory, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, La Canada High School and St. Francis High School) field cross country teams which compete successfully at the state and regional levels. Key to this success are active summer training programs in which approximately 200 local students run the hills, trails and streets of La Cañada, both early in the morning and late in the afternoon.
SPORTS
November 15, 2007
The La Cañada High School varsity cross country teams stepped out into post season competition and both teams prevailed in their first step up the ladder toward the California State Championship. The varsity boys team placed fourth and the varsity girls seventh, both high enough to move the teams on to next Saturday?s CIF Southern Section finals, to be held at Mt. San Antonio College. The girls were sparked by Jessica Lam, Kaitlin Fuelling and Megan Martin, who placed 27th, 28th and 32nd in 20:28, 20:29 and 20:47, respectively.
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SPORTS
November 15, 2007
The La Cañada High School varsity cross country teams stepped out into post season competition and both teams prevailed in their first step up the ladder toward the California State Championship. The varsity boys team placed fourth and the varsity girls seventh, both high enough to move the teams on to next Saturday?s CIF Southern Section finals, to be held at Mt. San Antonio College. The girls were sparked by Jessica Lam, Kaitlin Fuelling and Megan Martin, who placed 27th, 28th and 32nd in 20:28, 20:29 and 20:47, respectively.
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NEWS
July 29, 2004
of Runners Droves of high school runners have hit the streets of La Cañada. All four local schools (Flintridge Preparatory, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, La Canada High School and St. Francis High School) field cross country teams which compete successfully at the state and regional levels. Key to this success are active summer training programs in which approximately 200 local students run the hills, trails and streets of La Cañada, both early in the morning and late in the afternoon.
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