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2017 All-League Girls Cross Country Teams

 
The King's Academy's Anna Mokkapati, a Woodside resident, was named the WBAL's Most Valuable Runner. Photo by Mark Foster.

2017 All-League Girls Cross Country Teams

West Bay Athletic League

Most Valuable Runner: Anna Mokkapati, The King's Academy

First Team

Keemya Bashiri, Sacred Heart Prep

Tevah Gevelber, Castilleja

Luci Lambert, Sacred Heart Prep

Kyra Pretre, Menlo

Ella Rehman, Crystal Springs Uplands

Charlotte Tomkinson, Menlo

Lauren Traum, Castilleja

Anna Weirich, Harker

Second Team

Katie Aufricht, Menlo

Marisa Castagna, Menlo

Sophie Lawrence, Crystal Springs Uplands

Ava Rust, Priory

Angie Wang, Castilleja

Brooke Whitcomb, Sacred Heart Prep

Honorable mention

Bella Barron, Notre Dame San Jose

Cameron Boom, Menlo

Muriel Butler, Mercy Burlingame

Sammie Chilton, Crystal Springs Uplands

Katy Clausing, Mercy Burlingame

Nieve Dandekar, Notre Dame Belmont

Amanda Foster, Menlo

Lilia Gonzalez, Harker

Clarissa Guzman, Eastside College Prep

Joanne Hui, Mercy Burlingame

Gabby Kogler, Menlo

Gabrielle Levy, Crystal Springs Uplands

Maya Litvak, Notre Dame Belmont

Kaela Marsheck, Priory

Quinn Meinhardt, Notre Dame Belmont

Isabella O'Connor, The King's Academy

Nadia Rabia, Notre Dame San Jose

Vanessa Santos, Notre Dame San Jose

Lia Spencer, Castilleja

Santa Clara Valley Athletic League

El Camino Division

Joyce Shea, Gunn

Naomi Donovan, Los Altos

Serena Myjer, Mountain View

Julie Meng, Palo Alto

Kai Douglas, Palo Alto

Grechen Berndt, Palo Alto

Miranda Jimenez, Palo Alto

Abigail Twoy, Gunn

Shannon Gould, Mountain View

Maansey Rishi, Gunn

Jessie Jha, Mountain View

Sophie Alexis, Gunn

Audrey Lemoine, Palo Alto

Jessica Nguyen, Milpitas

Emma Chiao, Gunn

Charlotte Kim, Palo Alto

Natalie Hill, Gunn

Melissa Nunes, Milpitas

Hayley Yount, Wilcox

Zoe Douglas, Palo Alto

Peninsula Athletic League

Emma Madgic, Aragon

Allie Ayers, Carlmont

Mallorie Jenne, San Mateo

Yvonne Brien-Miller, Sequoia

Lena Kalotihos, Menlo-Atherton

Sonja Dommen, Burlingame

Shannon Dorn, Westmoor

Claire Beebe, Menlo-Atherton

Eva Gillet, Sequoia

Sarah Osterberg, Menlo-Atherton

Elena Moore, Carlmont

Mandy Hitchcock, Carlmont

Beata Gold, Aragon

Crickett Gorey,Menlo-Atherton

Isabella Leake,Menlo-Atherton

Kaimei Gescuk,Carlmont

Audrey Kim, Mills

Tessa Chen, Mills

Sarah Perry, Woodside

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