Cross Country

Cross Country is both an individual AND team sport.  The participants train, compete and are scored as a team, but within that framework, runners focus on achieving their own personal goals as developed by their coaches.  Throughout the exciting Cross Country season, runners train 5-6 days per week and participate in Bay League meets as well as invitationals held on picturesque trails and park grounds around Southern California.

MCXC is comprised of Freshman, Junior Varsity & Varsity categories.  MCXC asks for dedication & commitment.  In return, runners attain both athletic and personal growth, as well as a valued place among a very special and uniquely bonded team.

Cross Country is a Fall Sport.

Cross Country Salute to Seniors

As we celebrated the amazing end of the Cross Country season at the Banquet in December, we especially want to wish each and every graduating Cross Country Senior the best of luck on their journey wherever it takes them. Your coaches and families have watched you grow into fine young…
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Cross Country Advances to CIF Finals

What does it take to run 3 miles in 87-degree heat which include hills named “Valley Loop”, “Switchbacks”, “Poop Out Hill” and “Reservoir Hill”? It takes guts, mental strength, committed training, balanced nutrition, supportive coaches, and strong teamwork to pull off winning both boys and girls Varsity races at the…
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