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2017 All-Northern California Cross Country teams


All-Northern California Cross Country

Runner of the Year: Liam Anderson (Redwood)

Sam Craig/Mark Foster
Senior of the Year: Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau (Bellarmine)

Freshman of the Year: Kamran Murray (Menlo School)

First team

Liam Anderson (Redwood)

Meika Beaudoin-Rosseau (Bellarmine)

Shyam Kumar (St. Francis)

Owen MacKenzie (Los Altos)

Adrian Schroeder (Dublin)

Matt Strangio (Jesuit)

Collin Ullrich (Liberty Ranch)

Second Team

Colton Colonna (St. Francis)

Eric Eng (St. Francis)

Jorge Estrella (Andrew Hill)

Damian King (Bella Vista)

Connor Livingston (De La Salle)

Nicholas Medearis (Crystal Springs Uplands)

Gaurav Phanse (Dublin)

Third team

Christopher Middleton-Pearson (Dublin)

Robert Miranda (Menlo School)

Danny Rich (Washington)

Santiago Ruiz (Gregori)

Dylan White (Clayton Valley)

Jonah Wiener-Brodk (McClatchy)

Andre Williams (Sonoma Academy)

Honorable mention (Locals only)

Sam Craig (Palo Alto)

Juan Pablo Garcia (St. Francis)

Daniel Skahill (St. Francis)

All-Freshmen (Locals only)

Kevin Andrews (Los Altos)

Kamran Murray (Menlo School)

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