WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY

State championships

FRESNO — Orange Coast College claimed the team title, led by freshman Karen Silvas, who finished eighth.

Silvas completed the 5,000-meter course in 18 minutes, 37.77 seconds to help the Pirates produce 79 points, 21 better than runner-up Glendale.

Freshman Leanne Allen (16th in 18:58.93), sophomore Chelsea Clifford (18:59.64), sophomore Camille Garcia (21st in 19:07.08), freshman Nirseen Rizk (23rd in 19:08.72), freshman Raeanna Cortez (31st in 19:20.40) and sophomore Maria Matias (43rd in 19:36.31) were also in the top 50 for OCC.

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NAIA championships

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Vanguard University senior Megan Williams finished 86th, completing the 5,000-meter course in 19:20 at the Fort Vancouver National Site on Saturday.

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MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY

State championships

FRESNO — Freshman Luis Morales finished fourth individually to lead Orange Coast College to a third-place finish on Saturday at Woodward Park.

Morales completed the four-mile course in 20 minutes, 19.33 seconds. Matt Airola of American Rivera won in 10:10.68.

Sophomore Barron Maizland (29th in 20:58.60), freshman Jay Bonthius (31st in 21:02.21), freshman Jace Hinesly (35th in 21:09.11) and freshman Felix Cruz (63rd in 21:31.12) also stood out for the Pirates.

OCC totaled 158 points, bested only by American River (84) and Glendale (96).

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NAIA championships

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Vanguard University sophomore Cameron Barela finished 12th and sophomore teammate Tyler Dutchover was 251st at the Fort Vancouver National Site on Saturday.

Barela completed the 8,000-meter course in 24:51 55 seconds off the pace of individual winner John Gilbertson from The Master's.

Dutchover's time was 27:40.