San Luis Obispo High cross country runner Callum Bolger won the boys Division 4 race at the Stanford Invitational on Saturday, the fourth race in a row he’s won to start the season.
Bolger finished in 15:07, 12 seconds ahead of Bishop Amat’s Robbie Santoyo.
“He’s learning how to win this year,” Tigers coach Steve Boaz said. “His race is to run an even solid split and run a quality last mile. I’m happy with the results.”
The Tigers finished 14th as a team.
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The Arroyo Grande girls team was 17th in the seeded division. Leza Cassidy was eighth in 18:04.
The Tigers girls team was 13th. Hope Morgan was the Tigers’ top finisher in 19:37, good for 37th place.
Paso Robles was second in the boys Division 3 race with 58 points, just behind Campolindo (52). Luis Armendariz was third in 15:40, Trad Berti was fifth (15:38) and Josh Potter was ninth (16:03).
The Bearcats girls were ninth, led by Ashley Davis’ 10th place finish (18:59).
The Mission Prep girls team was 23rd in Division 5. Emily Riforgiate was 89th in 22:54 for the Royals.
The Royals’ Scott Scarlach was 46th in 17:26 for the boys, who finished 24th.
MORRO BAY AT BELL-JEFF INVITATIONAL
The Morro Bay girls cross country team won its division with a total of 70 points at the hilly 2.94-mile course at the Burbank Bell-Jeff Invitational as temperatures reached into the 90s.
Audrey McClish was third in 20:50, and Hannah Buechner was fifth (21:53).
In the boys race, the Pirates finished eighth as a team, behind Andrew Stafford, who was second with a time of 16:07.