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January 6, 2010
David Campos , senior , Burroughs Helped Burroughs to a second-place finish at the league finals, placing 10th in 16:08 for All-Pacific League honors. Also ran a strong 16:05 at the Mt. SAC invite. ? Greg Dotson , senior , Burbank Perhaps the area?s fastest distance runner in a sprint, Dotson was the Bulldogs? top runner, earning all-league accolades by finishing fifth in the league finals with a time of 15:48. He also ran a season-best 15:36 at Mt. SAC in the CIF Prelims.
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October 29, 2003
Erik Boal The weather conditions were ideal for Preston Richardson to deliver another impressive effort at the 56th annual Mount San Antonio College Invitational. Competing around 8 a.m. Saturday, the Burbank High senior talent thrived in the cooler setting to take fifth in his Division I varsity race, covering the 2.91-mile layout in 15 minutes 43 seconds. But Richardson wasn't the only local standout to excel at the world's largest cross-country event.
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October 26, 2010
CROSS-COUNTRY Burroughs in Mount San Antonio College Invitational : Indians' Anthony Monroy had a fine effort in the event Saturday at Mount San Antonio College. Monroy placed sixth in the prestigious Individual Sweepstakes race, finishing the three-mile course in 14 minutes 45 seconds. The mark was the eighth-fastest of the day, throughout all divisions, and was the fastest ever by a Burroughs runner on the course (Western Nelson ran 15:06 in 2008). The Indians boys' varsity team placed 16th and got finishing efforts from Kamal Chahal (76th; 16:25)
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October 26, 2005
tullyCROSS-COUNTRY 58th annual Mount San Antonio College Invitational: Burbank and Burroughs had some fine performances Saturday at the meet in Walnut. The top local varsity effort was turned in by the Indian girls' team, which placed fifth among the 26 schools in its race. Michelle Martinez led the way by finishing eighth in 19 minutes 16 seconds. She was followed by Sadee Martinez (11th; 19:46), Brenda Santana (29th; 20:53), Lilyana Morejon (31st; 21:03) and Audrey Akcasu (70th; 22:19)
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October 27, 2009
BURBANK — It was a battle of not only division rivals, but of Pacific League rivals and even city rivals in the Division I boys’ race at Saturday’s Mount San Antonio College Invitational. On the hilly course at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, Burroughs High senior Greg Dotson and Burroughs sophomore Anthony Monroy put on a battle fitting of cross-town rivals. Monroy won the race in 15 minutes 26 seconds, and Dotson was second in 15:45. However, although the Indians took the top individual placement, it was the Bulldogs who captured the team competition, winning by the slimmest of margins, 111-112.
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From Staff Reports | October 19, 2012
BOYS' CROSS-COUNTRY Providence at Mt. San Antonio College Invitational: It was a strong effort from the Pioneers, who cracked the top 10 in the Division V green race Friday afternoon. Providence was exactly 10th in earning 266 points with a team time of 1 hour, 41 minutes and eight seconds. Sophomore Lalo Fisher led the way by taking 40th in 19:09, just a little ahead of teammate Taylor Rodriguez (43rd, 19:12). GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY Providence at Mt. San Antonio College Invitational: In a field with 23 team participants, the Pioneers finished 16th overall in the Division V blue race Friday afternoon.
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October 24, 2007
CROSS COUNTRY Mount San Antonio College Invitational : The Burroughs boys? team had a fine result Saturday in the event in Walnut. The Indians placed second in their race with a team time of 82 minutes. Leading the way were Western Nelson, who placed fourth in 15:38, and Andres Carrasco, who was fifth in 15:45. They were followed by Dustin Blankenship (25th; 16:36), Chase Western (43rd; 16:58), Jonathan Alpizar (48th; 17:03), Patrick Strube (50th; 17:04) and Bryce Burton (67th; 17:13)
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | October 26, 2013
WALNUT - Motivation came in various forms for the Burbank and Burroughs high cross-country programs at Saturday's second day of the 66th annual Mt. San Antonio College Cross-Country Invitational. The CIF Southern Section Division I eighth-ranked Burbank boys highlighted the day's efforts with their own unique incentive in winning their Division I varsity race, 40-98, over El Rancho. “We really had to go to the bathroom before the race, but it was crowded, so we had to run on a full tank,” said Bulldogs senior Arsen Mkrtchyan, who earned fourth in 15 minutes, 31 seconds.
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By Jonathan Raber | October 25, 2006
WALNUT — The Burroughs High girls' cross-country team had a day to remember after a strong showing in its race. The Burbank boys' team had a memorable experience for a completely different reason. Both schools were among the 525 which competed in the 59th Mount San Antonio College Invitational on Friday and Saturday. The event is the largest cross-country meet in the world and featured 24,000 athletes and more than 100 races. Burroughs' Sadee Martinez carried her team to a sixth-place finish in the Division I girls' race, which consisted of 16 schools.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | October 26, 2013
WALNUT - Motivation came in various forms for the Burbank and Burroughs high cross-country programs at Saturday's second day of the 66th annual Mt. San Antonio College Cross-Country Invitational. The CIF Southern Section Division I eighth-ranked Burbank boys highlighted the day's efforts with their own unique incentive in winning their Division I varsity race, 40-98, over El Rancho. “We really had to go to the bathroom before the race, but it was crowded, so we had to run on a full tank,” said Bulldogs senior Arsen Mkrtchyan, who earned fourth in 15 minutes, 31 seconds.
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From Staff Reports | October 19, 2012
BOYS' CROSS-COUNTRY Providence at Mt. San Antonio College Invitational: It was a strong effort from the Pioneers, who cracked the top 10 in the Division V green race Friday afternoon. Providence was exactly 10th in earning 266 points with a team time of 1 hour, 41 minutes and eight seconds. Sophomore Lalo Fisher led the way by taking 40th in 19:09, just a little ahead of teammate Taylor Rodriguez (43rd, 19:12). GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY Providence at Mt. San Antonio College Invitational: In a field with 23 team participants, the Pioneers finished 16th overall in the Division V blue race Friday afternoon.
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October 26, 2010
CROSS-COUNTRY Burroughs in Mount San Antonio College Invitational : Indians' Anthony Monroy had a fine effort in the event Saturday at Mount San Antonio College. Monroy placed sixth in the prestigious Individual Sweepstakes race, finishing the three-mile course in 14 minutes 45 seconds. The mark was the eighth-fastest of the day, throughout all divisions, and was the fastest ever by a Burroughs runner on the course (Western Nelson ran 15:06 in 2008). The Indians boys' varsity team placed 16th and got finishing efforts from Kamal Chahal (76th; 16:25)
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January 6, 2010
Meghan Fuelling, soph., La Cañada Took second at the Rio Hondo League finals in 19:36 at CV Park to help the Spartans’ league title effort. Finished the year with a 19:08 at Mt. SAC in the CIF prelims. Ran well at the Staub Invitational at CV Park, as well, taking third in Division II race in 19:41.33 to lead the Spartans’ second-place effort.   Monique Martinez, senior, Burroughs Was the Indians top runner throughout the year.
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October 27, 2009
BURBANK — It was a battle of not only division rivals, but of Pacific League rivals and even city rivals in the Division I boys’ race at Saturday’s Mount San Antonio College Invitational. On the hilly course at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, Burroughs High senior Greg Dotson and Burroughs sophomore Anthony Monroy put on a battle fitting of cross-town rivals. Monroy won the race in 15 minutes 26 seconds, and Dotson was second in 15:45. However, although the Indians took the top individual placement, it was the Bulldogs who captured the team competition, winning by the slimmest of margins, 111-112.
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October 24, 2007
CROSS COUNTRY Mount San Antonio College Invitational : The Burroughs boys? team had a fine result Saturday in the event in Walnut. The Indians placed second in their race with a team time of 82 minutes. Leading the way were Western Nelson, who placed fourth in 15:38, and Andres Carrasco, who was fifth in 15:45. They were followed by Dustin Blankenship (25th; 16:36), Chase Western (43rd; 16:58), Jonathan Alpizar (48th; 17:03), Patrick Strube (50th; 17:04) and Bryce Burton (67th; 17:13)
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By Jonathan Raber | October 25, 2006
WALNUT — The Burroughs High girls' cross-country team had a day to remember after a strong showing in its race. The Burbank boys' team had a memorable experience for a completely different reason. Both schools were among the 525 which competed in the 59th Mount San Antonio College Invitational on Friday and Saturday. The event is the largest cross-country meet in the world and featured 24,000 athletes and more than 100 races. Burroughs' Sadee Martinez carried her team to a sixth-place finish in the Division I girls' race, which consisted of 16 schools.
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October 26, 2005
tullyCROSS-COUNTRY 58th annual Mount San Antonio College Invitational: Burbank and Burroughs had some fine performances Saturday at the meet in Walnut. The top local varsity effort was turned in by the Indian girls' team, which placed fifth among the 26 schools in its race. Michelle Martinez led the way by finishing eighth in 19 minutes 16 seconds. She was followed by Sadee Martinez (11th; 19:46), Brenda Santana (29th; 20:53), Lilyana Morejon (31st; 21:03) and Audrey Akcasu (70th; 22:19)
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October 29, 2003
Erik Boal The weather conditions were ideal for Preston Richardson to deliver another impressive effort at the 56th annual Mount San Antonio College Invitational. Competing around 8 a.m. Saturday, the Burbank High senior talent thrived in the cooler setting to take fifth in his Division I varsity race, covering the 2.91-mile layout in 15 minutes 43 seconds. But Richardson wasn't the only local standout to excel at the world's largest cross-country event.
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