Local Roundup: St. Bernard’s runners make top 10 at CYO competition
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Four cross-country runners from St. Bernard’s School in Tracy finished in the top 10 in their divisions Saturday, Oct. 12, in Stockton Catholic Youth Organization competition at Dell Osso Farms in Lathrop.

More than 200 runners competed in the last league meet before the CYO championships, to be held Oct. 26 at Oak Park in Stockton.

In the junior boys division for third- to fifth-graders, Sebastian Lim took sixth place with a time of 5 minutes, 39 seconds on the 0.75-mile course. His teammates include Ryan Bartolome (6:18), John Stone (7:02), Robbie Barnett (7:05), J.J. Williams (7:20) and Bryce Foisy (8:11)

Kaydence Ramirez placed eighth (6:16) in the junior girls division. Also running for St. Bernard’s were Madeline Krause (6.32) and Courtney Krause (6:35).

In the senior girls division, for sixth to eighth grades, Olivia Stone placed eighth (13:11) on the 1.5-mile course, and Aly Rosales came in 10th (13:19).

WSC Kryptonite start strong in State Cup competition

West Coast Soccer Club’s under-17 Kryptonite team opened with a win in bracket play in Nor Cal Premier Soccer’s 2014 State Cup competition on Sunday, Oct. 13, at Robertson Park in Livermore.

The Kryptonite team, the defending U17 State Cup champion, is competing a level up in the women’s U19 gold division.

The team includes Tracy players Mireya Magana and Molly Brady at midfield and attacker Kelly Brooks.

A 4-0 win over Benecia Arsenal on Sunday put Kryptonite at 1-0-1 in the State Cup standings, with play to continue Nov. 10.

Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

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