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The Napa High cross country team was busy on Saturday.

Claire Miller was the lone representive to run in the Stanford Invitational. She seems to have put many months of injury and setbacks behind her, according to coach Roger Ruegg, with a 20th-place finish in the Division I race in a very good time of 19:21 (30 seconds faster than her race at Stanford last year).

Most of the team took part in the Napa Rock and Stroll, a race/walk to raise funds for the COPE Family Center in Napa. Thirty-nine Napa runners took part in the race with six other athletes volunteering at an aid station on the course.

Everest Robinson took first place overall and Steven Ingram was a close second.

Lara Ruegg was first and Natalie Slavonia was second in the women’s race.

The entire team raised a total of $3,824.30 for the COPE Family Foundation.

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