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Migliozzi finishes 2nd at Stanford Invitational

Suburban Propane's Player of the Week: Garrett Migliozzi
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Nevada Union’s cross country team traveled to the prestigious Stanford Invitational at Stanford Golf Course on Saturday in a gathering of nearly 2,800 of the top runners in the west, including collegiate level athletes. Collegiate runners competed in 8k and 6k races while the high schools ran 5k races winding around the greens, sand traps and rolling hills.

On the boys side, NU senior Garret Migliozzi had an impressive second place finish out of a field of 248 with a time of 15 minutes, 57 seconds to lead the NU boys team. Migliozzi missed the win by just 8 seconds behind McQueen’s Kai Benedict. Rounding out the NU team were junior Max Arnds (18:11), freshman Lars Weston (19:09), junior Syler Cotton (19:43), freshman Callan Warner (19:47) and freshman Myles Montgomery (20:28).

For the NU girls, sophomore Nora Pizella ran strong finishing in 24th place out of 209 with a time of 19:34. Karinna Martinez, a junior, continues to improve making her mark this season finishing 83rd in a time of 21:01. Other varsity girls competing were senior Kali Arvidson (21:20), sophomore Joy Castro-Weir (21:33), junior Kristina Martinez (22:35), senior Holly Harrison (22:41) and senior Marina McKenzie (24:15). Sarah Robinson of Gunn High School finished first (18:15). The NU girls team finished in 20th place out of 30 teams.


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