Bells Break Records at Cross Country WCAL II

Posted: October 20, 2016

The second cross country meet of the West Catholic Athletic League season, held at the Polo Fields in Golden Gate Park on October 19th, was punctuated by record-breaking performances by our top three finishers in the varsity race. Junior Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau broke the overall course record, and along with teammates, junior Alex Scales and senior Dylan Doblar, broke the school record on the course.

The varsity and freshman teams brought home first place finishes; the sophomore and junior varsity teams came in second, each just points behind the race leaders.

Results

Varsity: 1st - BCP 22; 2nd - St. Francis 40; 3rd - St. Ignatius 89. Bellarmine's top 7 runners: 1. Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau 15:10 - all-time course record; 2. Alex Scales; 4. Dylan Doblar; 7. Neerav Gade; 8. Luke Pinkel; 13. Benjamin Micallef; 17. Joseph Deck

Junior Varsity: 1st - St. Francis 26; 2nd - BCP 29; 3rd - St. Ignatius 89. Bellarmine's top 7 runners: 1. Ross D’Orfani; 5. Chris Sedayao; 6. Justin Seidel; 8. Andrew Romero; 9. Thomas Clark; 14. Jason Bruni; 15. Daniel Leclair

Sophomore: 1st - St. Francis 24; 2nd - BCP 31; 3rd - St. Ignatius 93. Bellarmine's top 7 runners: 3. Ted Fuell; 4. Luke Hammers; 5. Derek Cech; 9. Cianan Conefrey-Shinozaki; 10. Peter Deck; 11. Truman Paras; 12. Sam Diab

Freshman: 1st - BCP 40; 2nd - St. Francis 70; 3rd - Sacred Heart 82. Bellarmine's top 7 runners: 4. Holden Duflock; 5. Patrick McCarthy; 9. Javier Ascencio; 10. Isaiah Amanuel; 12. Tanay Menezes; 20. Devon Montgomery-Eder; 23. Joell Macias

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