The Ayala High School women’s cross-country team qualified for the CIF-South section finals for the 22nd consecutive season, joining three other Chino Valley teams and two individuals competing today (19 November) in the Division Championship Races at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.
The top teams from today’s finals will advance to the CIF State Meet, scheduled for Saturday, November 26 at Woodward Park in Fresno.
The Ayala High girls placed fourth in the Division 2, Heat 2 race in last Saturday’s CIF South Section preliminaries at Mt. San Antonio College course to advance to today’s finals . The last time the Bulldogs women’s team failed to make the finals was in 1999.
Ontario Christian Girls, Chino Hills High Girls, Ayala High Boys and Aariana Amezcua of Don Lugo and Aidan Gomez of Chino Hills High also qualified for today’s championship races.
Ontario Christian will compete in the Division 5 girls race at 8:05 a.m., followed by Chino Hills High in the Division 1 girls race at 9:05 a.m.; Ayala High in the Division 2 boys race at 9:25 a.m.; Amezcua, individual Mt. Baldy League champion, in the Division 3 girls’ race at 9:45 a.m.; Gomez in the Division 1 boys race at 10:10 a.m.; and Ayala High in the Division 2 Girls’ Race at 10:35 a.m.
Tickets for today’s races are $12 for adults and $5 for high school students with ID and children ages 5-13. All tickets will be sold on the Go Fan app or https://gofan.co.
CIF-SS preliminary results
Ontario Christian High School Girls, Division 5, Round 4: 3rd out of 10 teams
Individual results: Faith Gaudy, 14th, 22:09.6; Abbey Frailing, 19th, 22:42.6; Natalie Delgado, 20th, 22:46.3; Leann Frailing, 31st, 23:28.8; Sierra De Los Rios, 36th, 24:08.9; Jayden Aleman, 48th, 25:18.6; Sarah Squyres, 51st, 25:45.2.
Ontario Christian High Boys, Division 5, Series 4:
6th out of 12 teams. Individual results: Mario Balderas, 25th, 18:16.5; Jaydyn Gallegos, 28th, 18:30.1; Austin Drown, 29th, 18:36.6; Logan Peters, 31st, 18:41.9; Miguel Gramillo, 37th, 18:58.3; Jacob Patino, 40th, 19:02.8; Aiden Thigpen, 46th, 19:53.1.
Chino Hills High Girls, Division 1, Series 1:
3rd out of 13 teams. Individual results: Jenna Gallegos, third, 18:40.1; Alayna McGarry, 16th, 19:59.8; Hannah Smith, 22nd, 20:20.1; Jasmine Brandyberry, 24th, 20:23.5; Morgan Purdy, 29th, 20:33.4; Megan Chiotti, 36th, 20:55.6; Isabelle Duarte, 43rd, 21:26.4.
Chino Hills High boys, Division 1, Round 4:
Individual results: Aidan Gomez, fourth, 15:53.0; Seth Romero, 37th, 17:02.3; Rylan Dinneweth, 39th, 17:09.2; Ethan McGarry, 47th, 17:15.3; Jack Pusztai, 53rd, 17:32.6; Matthew Alvarez, 58th, 18:06.3; Max Stone, 72nd, 19:04.5.
Ayala High girls, Division 2, Series 3:
Individual results: Emily Schott, 10th, 19:02.1; Klarissa Mente, 15th, 19:37.1; Avery Bravo, 22nd, 20:04.8; Natalie Sumner, 25th, 20:15.7; Roxanne Ehrig, 31st, 20:25.7; Valeria Cabadas, 33rd, 20:29.3; Natalia Zeissig, 45th, 21:07.2.
Ayala High Boys, Division 2, Series 3:
Individual results: Nathan Tsai, seventh, 15:42.3; Malachi Morris, eighth, 15:42.8; Caleb Ornelas, ninth, 15:57.1; Josh Berk, 28th, 16:29.2; Christopher Sydnor, 30th, 16:31.5; Joshua Aguayo, 43rd, 16:58.9; Logan Berkley, 44th, 17:00.4.
Chino High girls, Division 3, Series 2:
Individual results: Alexis Wachowski, 15th, 20:43.1; Elena Rossen, 40th, 21:45.8; Natalie Herrera, 70th, 24:07.9; Caterina Fumagalli, 74th, 24:26.9; Bessy Quintanilla, 79th, 24:59.9; Madyson Matlock, 83rd, 25:32.8; Payton Montes, 84th, 25:37.1.
Don Lugo High girls, Division 3, Series 2:
Individual results: Aariana Amezcua, third, 18:35.9.
Don Lugo High Boys, Division 3, Series 2:
Individual results: Jordan Berkley, 12th, 16:30.1; Edward Lopez, 17th, 16:57.0; Isaac Donis, 20th, 17:03.3; Andrew Dominguez, 41st, 18:02.9; Gustavo Gonzalez, 42nd, 18:08.9; Juan Lizarde, 53rd, 18:36.7; Caiden D’Elia, 70th, 19:49.9.
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