Several top times and finishes were turned in by the Burroughs High cross-country teams at the Great Cow Run in Cerritos on Saturday, and they include Emily Virtue’s second-place finish in the girls’ varsity race in a time of 17 minutes and two seconds, Alexander Hirsch’s fifth-place showing in the boys’ varsity race (14:52) and teammate Timothy Wells’ 10th place (15:00).
In the same race, Justin Villagran captured 12th (15:01), while Jagdeep Chahal took first place (15:29), and set the record in the boys’ sophomore division.
Meanwhile, Adam Villalpando grabbed 31st (15:39) and Daniel Fendrich took 39th (15:46) in the boys’ varsity race.
Other finishes in the boys’ varsity trek include Manne Green getting 66th (16:05), Christian Fuentes placing 70th (16:10) and Trent Harrison garnering 87th (16:27).
Patrick Wells grabbed 90th (16:30) and Seth Battilana was 103rd (16:43) in the boys’ varsity division.
Betsy Ramirez was 86th (20:33) and Jailene Diaz came in 128th (21:22) in the girls’ varsity division.
Javier Hurtado finished 14th (17:02) in the boys’ junior varsity race, David Olympia placed 23rd (17:26), Cobie Cortez was 30th (17:39), Eduardo Cabrera was 43rd (17:49) and Branden Sanchez finished 114th (19:11).
Ariel Ramirez placed eighth (21:45) in the girls’ junior varsity run, Graison Anderson was 18th (22:14), Andrea Duran got 40th (23:03), Maddy Davis was 42nd (23:05), Lisandra Contreras grabbed 88th (24:35) and Destiny Velasquez was 145th (29:04).
Chris Hoxsie was sixth (16:02) in the boys’ sophomore run, Andrew Hoxsie placed 10th (16:14), Jerry Hoxsie was 35th (17:10), Asif Chowdhury took 38th (17:14), Ethan Brown was 56th (17:42) and Charanpreet Singh placed 58th (17:43).
Sapphire Sandoval was eighth (20:09) in the girls’ sophomore race, Catrina Villalpando was 35th (21:38), Ana Villalpando took 49th (22:11) and Maya Santos was 111th (24:21).
Ethan Galloway came in 22nd (17:39) in the boys’ freshman race, Zander Tassart was 52nd (18:25), Cade Morgan grabbed 64th (18:43), Johnny Padungyothee took 82nd (19:00), Peter Lainson was 86th (19:04) and Cameron Gomez placed 192nd (21:06).
Lakely Nealis was eighth (19:39) in the girls’ freshman division, Phoenix Reivers finished 20th (21:02), Julianna Navarro was 45th (22:19), Iliana Mendias was 125th (24:44), Jazmend Ortega took 182nd (26:39), Sharai Barrera grabbed 192nd (27:33) and Angelica Thompson was 218th (30:29).
Burroughs’ next cross-country meet will be the Rosemead Invitational this Saturday, and Coach John Peebles is looking for more solid times and finishes.