Galt’s cross country team competed in the Jessup Invitational at William Jessup University in Rocklin this last weekend.

Head Coach Bruce Peterson said it was a tough race. “It was a very tough race with a longer than usual 3.2-mile course for the varsity runners,” said Peterson. “We did have some great performances, especially with our younger runners led by sophomore Logan Rose with a fourth place finish in the sophomore race and freshman Nora Werdon with a new personal best in the freshman race.”

Boys freshman 2-mile race: Nathen Vaden finished with a new PR of 14:29.

Boys sophomore 2-mile race: Logan Rose finished in fourth place with a new PR of 12:00.30.

Girls frosh-soph 2-mile race: Nora Werdon finished with a new PR at 16:29.80, and Mae Trull earned a new PR at 17:24.10.

Girls varsity 3.2-mile race: Cheyenne Ulrich, 24:11.80; Adamary Herrera, 26:38.60; Julie Sporleder, 26:39.00; Catalina Mejia Beas, 28:30.90; Ysabella Sosa, 29:02.90; Tiffany Vaden, 34:36.80.

Boys varsity 3.2-mile race: Chase Munn, 20:31.90; Dalton Corriea, 23:29.00.