Laguna Beach’s Logan Brooks loses a shoe, but still finishes sixth in Woodbridge Classic sweepstakes race

Assistance our senior high school sports coverage by becoming an electronic customer. Subscribe now CORONA — Logan Brooks of Laguna Coastline lost a footwear about a mile into the Bob Day Drawing Race, the premier event of the Woodbridge Cross Country Standard on Saturday night at the SilverLakes Sports Complicated.

However also running with one footwear in a race that featured a few of the country’s leading runners, Brooks was unfazed, and he went on to finish in 6th area, setting an individual best of 14 mins, 24.7.

Brooks had the best coating in the race amongst the virtually loads joggers from Orange Area.

Capistrano Valley’s Sean Robertson finished 26th, and also Brooks’ teammate, Mateo Bianchi, was 28th.

Nico Young of Newbury Park, probably the leading runner in the nation, won in 13:39.7, 25 secs ahead of colleague Jace Aschbrenner, who was 2nd.

“I feel rather overjoyed,” Brooks stated. “I entered into this race wanting to Public Relations, yet I had no idea it was going to be like this. Somebody behind simply sort of flat-tired me, so it made (the shoe) loosened as well as it popped off. The sidewalk hurt a little bit, but aside from that there was all this adrenaline so I didn’t even see it.”

Laguna Coastline coach Scott Wittkop stated Brooks and also Bianchi were fighting colds the majority of the week, so he wasn’t certain what to expect.

“They both PR ‘d and this is sort of their opening race of the season,” Wittkop claimed. “They had a number of races, but they were regulated races. This is the very first time we sort of let them go.”

Numerous region runners logged fast times in the women’ sweepstakes race.

San Clemente’s Hanna Catsimanes and also Emma Hadley of Canyon completed 14th and 15th, respectively and also were tops amongst Orange Region runners.

Both joggers transformed in Public relations, however Catsimanes went into the race with higher assumptions.

“Right from the beginning, I really felt kind of level,” stated Catsimanes, that finished in 16:49.7. “In the second mile I simply crumbled. I just felt myself decreasing. It was a good test to see where I go to now.”

Corie Smith of Buchanan of Clovis won the women drawing race in 16:04.8.

Santa Ana’s Maria Hernandez completed 24th (17:02.9), Capistrano Valley’s Carly Corsinita ended up 29th (17:06.9) and also Diane Molina of Costa Mesa was 38th (17:19.3).

Beckman ended up fourth as a group in the Rated Varsity ladies race, the premier group event of the satisfy.

The Goal Viejo, San Clemente as well as Laguna Beach girls groups finished 8th, ninth as well as 10th, specifically, in the race.

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