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TWolves cant keep pace with Sonora in VOL meet No. 2
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The Sierra High cross country program put forth a valiant effort, yet it was unable to slow down the Sonora Wildcats in Wednesday’s Valley Oak League Meet No. 2 at Woodward Reservoir.

The varsity boys knocked off every other school in the VOL, but could only come in a distant second to the Wildcats, dropping their second meet to Sonora 30-25. The Timberwolves were led by John Bowers who finished the course second overall, while teammate Ricky Morris finished a slot behind him in the meet.

Jonathan Scherry, Christian Virrueta and Andrew Gulbronson rounded out the Sierra top-5, finishing in 13th, 14th and 16th place, respectively.

The girls varisty squad also showed glimpses of dominance, taking down five of the top-10 spots, yet falling to Sonora 30-27.

Amber Parker was the first Timberwolve to finish, closing out the meet in fourth place overall, just ahead of teammate Francis Scherry who was fifth. Jenny Goulart closed the meet out in sixth place overall, while Katelyn Carbiener (seventh), Jessica Montiel (10th) and Analisa Honour (12th) rounded out Sierra’s group.

Sophomore Boys
The sophomore boys remained unbeaten with a 8-0 showing at Woodward Reservoir, taking down each of the VOL schools, including a 23-38 win over the Manteca Buffaloes. Six Timberwolves finished in the top-10 places, with Johnny Payan finishing second overall in the meet.

The squad improved to 16-0 over the two VOL meets and will look to close out the regular season unbeaten when they travel to Legion Park in Modesto for the VOL finale Oct. 28.
— Jagada Chambers