The Grauer School/Horizon Prep Cross Country Team had a fantastic season! Three athletes, including Grauer's Kiran G. '25 and Thea H. '26, qualified to compete at the CIF San Diego Section Championships.
Grauer Cross Country Students Compete in CIF Championships
From Coach Lindsay Zickler: Congratulations to The Grauer School/Horizon Prep Cross Country Team on a fantastic season! Three athletes, including Grauer's Kiran G. '25 and Thea H. '26 , qualified to compete at the CIF San Diego Section Championships on November 12. The Finals Meet was held at Morley Field near Balboa Park, with hundreds of runners from San Diego county competing on a very challenging 2.96 mile course. Running at this meet is an accomplishment in and of itself! Special congratulations go to "MVP" Kiran for leading and inspiring the team this entire season. We look forward to welcoming more student-athletes to the team next year!
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