Cross Country

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Across their countries for cross country

Though the women’s cross country team is only six athletes strong, as a group they represent four different countries.  Three of the the six women are international students. Sophomore Alyssa Janini from Alberta, Canada, moved here a year and a half ago but recently joined the cross country this fall. The last time Janini had…

Cross country gets the home field advantage

For the first time in over a decade, the Citrus College cross country team hosted the Western State Conference Preview on Sept. 29 at Bonelli Park in San Dimas. The cross country team was surprised when they discovered they would be hosting the WSC Preview, but Citrus head coach Alicia Longyear said they were up…

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Leaders of the track

The Citrus College women’s cross country team placed first at the 2015 Tour de Cuesta at Cuesta College on Sept. 4. The women’s team took first place in the 5k run and the men’s team placed second in their 4-mile run. The women’s team compiled 31 total points to finish first while Cuesta’s team finished…

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Cross-country athletes go the distance

Rolling hills, inclines, off road terrain and long distances are not unfamiliar to Wesley Ewart and Jasmine Longtin. Both are members of the Citrus cross-country team that began the season in September and have since competed in a series of invitationals and previews. A sophomore, Ewart has been running since the summer before his freshman year…

Fighting Owls appoint new head coaches

At the start of a sports season, it’s usually the coaches looking over a sea of new faces, assessing the talent in front of them. This fall, two new faces will belong to those holding the clipboards. Athletic counselor Alicia Longyear and former Citrus athlete Kenny Clements will be taking the reins of the cross-country…