Pacifica Christian Cross Country Team Shows well at Webb League Cluster
The Pacifica Christian Cross Country team recorded seven “Personal Record” (PR), two top 25 finishes, and a 10th place finish as they competed in the Webb School League Cluster on October 15th. Freshman Nicholas Kutcher led the charge for the boys, finishing 10th while setting a PR of 17:36 (less than a 6-minute mile). On the Girls side, Tatiana Valente finished 25th, with Karen Munoz and Daniella Manzanares having strong showings as well. Justin Nishkian, Luke Spicer, Evan Nordstrom, Tate McCardle, Davan Redfearn, and Robby O’Callaghan all set Personal Records. Well-done Tritons!
Our next meet is Friday, October 30th, where the Tritons will compete in the Apache Invite in Arcadia.
A Lesson from George Washington - Happy Thanksgiving
Being thankful for every aspect of our lives creates a foundation for thinking and living well. As we become increasingly grateful for our ability to think, reason, and explore the world God created, we become better students. As we grow in appreciation for the people with whom we share life, we become better spouses, friends, and citizens. As we grow in gratefulness for our failures and the trials we encounter—that God is in the process of redeeming—we enjoy a deeper experience of peace. As we grow in our gratitude for the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, we experience true joy.Read More
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