Underclassmen fill the shoes of girls’ varsity at Serra Invitational

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Underclassmen fill the shoes of girls’ varsity at Serra Invitational

With the sound of a gun, the girls varsity race began with a sharp decline at the Serra Invitation on Saturday 10/6.

With the sound of a gun, the girls varsity race began with a sharp decline at the Serra Invitation on Saturday 10/6.

Kimberly Mitchell

With the sound of a gun, the girls varsity race began with a sharp decline at the Serra Invitation on Saturday 10/6.

Kimberly Mitchell

Kimberly Mitchell

With the sound of a gun, the girls varsity race began with a sharp decline at the Serra Invitation on Saturday 10/6.

Kimberly Mitchell, Staff Writer

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Normally it’s the top seven runners who make the girls varsity team, but as varsity ran the Clovis Invitational, it was up to sophomores Amanda Joe, Ashlyn Kwan, Emily Kim, Miriam Bacigalupi, Bella Hopewell, freshman Anna Burford, and junior Maya Litvak to step in and represent Carlmont at the Serra Invitational.

Despite the heat and rolling hills, the girls persevered throughout the race and ran their way to ninth place on Saturday’s meet (Oct. 6) at the Crystal Springs Cross Country Course.

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