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Cross Country: Southern Arizona leaders plus state championship info

Zoey Delgado (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

SECTIONALS
D-I/S-I: Thursday, Nov. 7: Cesar Chavez Park
D-II/S-I: Wednesday, Nov. 6: Rio Rico
D-III/S-I: Wednesday, Nov. 6: Rio Rico
D-IV/S-II: Wednesday, Nov. 6: Rio Rico

Top 50% of FULL teams will qualify for state. Top 25 runners qualify for state. If all 25 are from qualified teams then no other runners will qualify.

STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Saturday, Nov. 16: Cave Creek Golf Course

COMBINED BOYS

  1. Leo Daschbach, Highland (14:14.3)
  2. Roshan Tinoco-Miranda, Rio Rico (15:15.3)
  3. Johnathon Lane, Walden Grove (15:39.2)
  4. Logan Marek, Ironwood Ridge (16:09.1)

COMBINED GIRLS

  1. Lauren Ping , Desert Vista (16:49.2)
  2. Lauren Jorgensen, Catalina Foothills (18:19.9)
  3. Grace Driskill, Rincon University (18:42.0)
  4. Zoey Delgado, Salpointe (18:45.0)

D-I BOYS

  1. Leo Daschbach, Highland (14:14.3)
  2. Daeron Widener, Tucson (16:50.7)

D-I GIRLS

  1. Lauren Ping, Desert Vista (16:49.2)
  2. Mykayla Tarwater, Tucson (23:04.0)

D-II BOYS

  1. Braedon Palmer, Sunrise Mountain (15:15.5)
  2. Logan Marek, Ironwood Ridge (16:09.1)
  3. Luis Sotelo, Catalina Foothills (16:09.6)
  4. Sammy Rosthenhausler, Pueblo (16:16.7)

D-II GIRLS

  1. Hana Hall, Flagstaff (17:35.6)
  2. Lauren Jorgensen, Catalina Foothills (18:19.9)
  3. Grace Driskill, Rincon University (18:42.0)
  4. Taylor McCue, Catalina Foothills (18:57.2)

D-III BOYS

  1. Rex Martin, Page (15:15.2)
  2. Roshan Tinoco-Miranda, Rio Rico (15:15.3)
  3. Johnathon Lane, Walden Grove (15:39.2)
  4. Benjamin Thomas, Salpointe (16:35.8)

D-III GIRLS

  1. Brynna McQuillen, Vista Grande (18:21.4)
  2. Zoey Delgado, Salpointe (18:45.0)
  3. Kylie Wild, Salpointe (18:55.0)
  4. Laurel Froehlich, Salpointe (19:16.5)

D-IV BOYS

  1. Jordan Black, North Phoenix Prep (14:55.7)
  2. Emmanuel Corral, Pusch Ridge (16:52.7)

D-IV GIRLS

  1. Ali Upshaw, St Michael (17:40.5)
  2. Kierra Lumpkin, Bisbee (20:30.8)
  3. Autumn Nelson, Baboquivari (21:01.5)
  4. Amity Hall, Benson (21:12.7)

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Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014, he was awarded the Ray McNally Award in 2017, a 2019 AZ Education News award winner and he has been a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. His own children have won multiple state high school championships and were named to all-state teams. Competing in hockey, basketball, baseball and track & field in high school, his unique perspective can only be found here and on AZPreps365.com. Andy is the Southern Arizona voting member of the Ed Doherty Award, recognizing the top football player in Arizona, and he was named a Local Hero by the Tucson Weekly for 2016. Andy was named an Honorary Flowing Wells Caballero in 2019. Contact Andy Morales at amoralesmytucson@yahoo.com

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