Beaudoin-Rousseau Leads Bells to XC CCS Championship

Posted: November 15, 2016

Junior Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau became Bellarmine's first Central Coast Section (CCS) champion in cross country since 1999, leading our efforts toward securing the CCS Division 1 championship title. Beaudoin-Rousseau ran 14:58 on the Crystal Springs Course to win the individual title.

The Bells ran the fastest team time in the CCS this year, with five Bellarmine runners placing in the top eight of the race on Saturday, November 12. This performance contributed to a comfortable lead over second place finisher, Palo Alto.

Results

1st - BCP 25; 2nd - Palo Alto 51; 3rd - Homestead 99. Bellarmine's top 7 runners: 1. Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau; 3. Alex Scales; 6. Luke Pinkel; 7. Dylan Doblar; 8. Ross D'Orfani; 17. Joseph Deck; 30. Neerav Gade

The team moves on to the state championship at Woodward Park in Fresno on November 26. Go Bells!

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