El Toro Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Cross Country/ Track Athlete Max Cox signs letter of intent!

El Toro student-athlete Max Cox will attend  Oregon Institute of Technology to further his education and athletic career. Max will be studying Mechanical Engineering for the next four years. Congrats Max and good luck.

El Toro Cross Country program picked up several post season honors!

Over the holiday break several post season honors were announced. The Southern California News Group announced Varsity First Team for all Fall Sports, boys and girls. KASEY LYND – EL TORO HIGH SCHOOL (Class of 2022) was selected to the Girls Cross Country First Team by the Southern California News Group. The Orange County Register announced

Boys and Girls Cross Country moving on to CIF Finals!

Both Girls and Boys Cross Country Teams advance past CIF-SS Prelims meet. The girls team was lead by seniors Jessica Martinez, Alexis Neuville, and Grace Griffin followed by Madison Templeman, Paulette Dominguez, Darla Medina, and making her Varsity race debut, Madison Greene. This is fastest and deepest girls team in ETHS XC history. The girls

El Toro Girls Cross Country Finishes First at the OC Championships!

  Girls Varsity team wins second Orange County Championship in three years. The Girls Team beat the pre race favorite by 30 points and set a school all time course record. Without a doubt the strongest ETHS Girls Varsity XC Team in school history. ET had one of the most successful county meets in history! 

Cross Country heading to Clovis this weekend!

The Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams travel to Clovis (Fresno) to compete at the famous Clovis Invitational October 12th. This meet will have most of the best teams in California competing. This is the same course that hosts the CIF Cross Country State Championship meet held November 30th. Good luck and GO CHARGERS!

Cross Country Continuing To Build Towards A Deep Run!

The ETHS Cross Country teams competed in the largest XC Meet in the Universe. Over 16,000 student athletes competed over two days representing 401 schools across the country. Girls Varsity finished 10th in the Elite Sweeps race with a school record 4 girls under 18 minutes (that’s under 6 minutes per mile pace!). Boys Varsity

El Toro Cross Country off to a Fast Start!

Last Thursday, El Toro High School Cross Country team hosted a meet, The 3rd Annual Saddlaback Cup Challenge, against our “cross town rival” Trabuco Hills High School. Boys and Girls Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Varsity and Varsity teams raced and El Toro won 7 of 8 races, (lost the Freshman boys race), including the third consecutive