The first Frontier Conference cross-country cluster meet of the 2019 season took place Sept. 18, and Bonsall High School did not have the necessary five girls to obtain a team score. The second cluster meet was held Oct. 10 on the NTC Park at Liberty Station course, and the Bonsall girls took first place not only among Summit League teams but among all Frontier Conference teams.
Team cross-country scores are derived by adding the positions of a school’s first five finishers; the sixth and seventh runners are not scored but can add points to other school’s totals. Bonsall had 50 points when all 11 Frontier Conference teams with at least five runners are factored into the team scoring. Liberty Charter High School was second with 75 points and Mountain Empire High School was third with 87 points.
“To come out the first time this season in a cluster meet with a scoring team and win not only against the Summit League teams but also all Frontier Conference teams by a 25-point margin shows the top five girls’ determination to prove that Bonsall is the team to beat,” Bonsall coach Tamara Miller said.
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