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  • Cross Country (Varsity)

    2019 - 2020
    Head Coach: Danny Aldridge

Team News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Cross Country: Boys Earn Top 10 State Ranking

    The Sonoma Academy boys have climbed into the California Top 10 rankings with strong performances at the Castro Valley Invite. In addition, the Coyotes are ranked in the top five in the NCS rankings, which is important as the top six teams from the NCS meet advance to the State Meet.

    The boys and girls Coyotes will finish out their league season with a 
    meet on Wednesday, October 23 at St. Vincent before turning their attention to the CMC Championships on Wednesday, November 13 at Spring Lake. The varsity boys and girls will compete at the NCS meet in Hayward, with the top teams and individual finishers advancing to the State Meet at the end of November.

    For a complete list of the boys and girls rankings, visit: https://ca.milesplit.com/articles/268802?page=6
  • Cross Country Running Well to Start the Season

    The cross country team has started the season well with impressive outings in their opening meets.  Sonoma Academy, with the help of our cross country families, hosted our league meet at Spring Lake with SA athletes winning both the boys (Alex Pallais) and girls (Lucy Gott) varsity races.  The Coyotes also had 2nd place finishes in both races (Ally Glenn and Jonas Crean) in addition to the following top 10 finishes:
    Girls:  Ella Crenshaw 4th, Avani Borton 9th
    Boys: Luke Fuette 4th, Leopold van den Daele 5th,  Archie Lee 9th

    At the Viking Opener, the Coyotes again turned in some impressive performances with over 1,000 athletes from around Northern California competing on the day.  Jonas Crean finished sixth in the senior boys division, leading the Coyotes to a first place finish in that race.  On the girls side, Lucy Gott finished tenth in the Frosh/Soph race and was the top girl finisher for the Coyotes on the day.  For a complete list of results, visit:
    https://redwoodempirerunning.com/2019-girls-viking-opener/
    https://redwoodempirerunning.com/2019-boys-viking-opener/
  • Fall Sports Teams Are Off to a Fast Start

    The Sonoma Academy fall sports teams have all started their matches, games, and meets, and thus far, the results have been outstanding.
     
    The varsity girls volleyball team is 6-1 overall, with four of their wins coming at the Rio Lindo Tournament, where they went undefeated and captured the tournament championship. They will play two away matches next week in NCL 2 league play, those will be at Tomales on Tuesday and at Calistoga on Friday.
     
    The JV girls volleyball team won their first match of the season in an exciting two set victory over Credo High School. The Coyotes lost two days later in a close three set match to St. Vincent de Paul, but this year’s team is showing signs of being one of the strongest the girls JV program has seen. The girls will practice next week before their third league match at Calistoga on Friday.
     
    The varsity boys soccer team won its first two games of the season, the first a big win over Cloverdale 5-2, and the second a lopsided victory against Rio Lindo Adventist 11-0. The Coyotes are showing early on that they are a talented and experienced group who are ready to challenge the best teams in the area. The boys will continue in non-league play with their next two games at home against St. Helena on Friday, September 6 and against Archbishop Hanna on Wednesday, September 11.
     
    The cross country team started the season with their first meet this past Wednesday at Spring Lake. Top finishers for the Coyotes were Lucy Gott on the girls side (third overall) and Jonas Crean on the boys side (15th overall). Bert Garner and Tyler Duchynski were the top finishers for Sonoma Academy in the JV boys race. Full results for the race can be found here:

    Boys:

    Girls:
     
    Next up the varsity cross country team will race on Saturday, September 7 in Golden Gate Park at the Lowell Invite, then next Wednesday, September 11 all cross country runners will be in action at Spring Lake for an NCL 2 preseason meet.
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Fall Sports Camp (optional but highly encouraged) 5:30-7:30pm

Non-League
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Fall Sports Camp (optional but highly encouraged) 5:30-7:30pm

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Fall Sports Camp (optional but highly encouraged) 5:30-7:30pm

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Fall Sports Camp (optional but highly encouraged) 9:00am-3pm

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Cross Country - first official day of practices - 5:30-7:30pm

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Fall Sports Orientation (mandatory) at 12:45 followed by 1:00pm team practices (seniors will be on retreat)

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Class retreats - All Sports Off

Non-League
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Labor Day- no school or practice

Non-League
Away

Cross Country at Bob Shore Meet - Spring Lake

Non-League
Away
Invitational

Cross Country at Lowell Invite in San Francisco

Non-League
Golden Gate Park - SF
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Cross Country at NCL II Preseason Meet at Spring Lake- Hosted by Sonoma Academy

Non-League
Away
Invitational

Cross Country at Viking Opener - Spring Lake

Non-League
Away
Invitational

Cross Country at Farmers Invitational, hosted by Hayward HS

Non-League
Hayward High School
Away
Rescheduled

Cross Country at NCL II Meet at Spring Lake- Hosted by RUP

League
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Fall Sports Team/Individual Picture Day

Non-League
Away
Invitational

Cross Country at Analy 2 mile race

Non-League
Analy High School
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Cross Country at NCL II Meet at Spring Lake- Hosted by RUP

League
Away

Cross Country Senior Day- NCL II Meet at Spring Lake- Hosted by RCP

League
Away
Invitational

Cross Country at Castro Valley or Del Oro meets

Non-League
Home

Fall Long Weekend- No Practices, Games, or Competitions

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Fall Long Weekend- No Practices, Games, or Competitions

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Away

Cross Country at NCL II Meet- Hosted by St Vincent

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Shollenberger Park
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Cancelled

Fall Sports Awards Celebration, 11am at SA

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Away
Playoff

Cross Country at CMC Championships - hosted by Tech High School

League
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Playoff

Cross Country at NCS Meet at Hayward HS

Non-League
Hayward High School
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Playoff

Cross Country at State Meet Fresno - must qualify

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Playoff

Cross Country at State Meet - Fresno - must qualify

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