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6 Peninsula Parishes/Schools League athletes compete at Junior Olympics Nationals

09 8.17.17_ppl.sports.relay.team PAGEFrom left, Felicity Desuasido (Immaculate Heart of Mary), Julia Granucci (Our Lady of Mount Carmel), Colleen Lucey (St. Matthew) and Lucy Coyle (St. Raymond) teamed up in the 4 x 800-meter relay in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympic National Championships in Lawrence, Kansas, finishing 15th in the 13-14 girls age group. In order to participate as a relay team the girls joined the Woodside Track Club – hence the green Woodside Wildebeest uniforms. (Courtesy photo)

August 17, 2017

Six athletes from the San Francisco archdiocese’s Peninsula Parishes/Schools League extended their track and field seasons this year, qualifying for and participating in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympic National Championships held July 24-30 in Lawrence, Kansas.

Liam Pearl (St. Gregory School) competed in the 200-meter and high jump for the 13-14 boys age group. Finishing 34th in the 200 and 15th in the high jump, he will continue his athletic endeavors at Junipero Serra High School this fall.

Luca Tartaglia (St. Matthew) threw 28-feet-5-inches in Lawrence and finished 38th place in the 11-12 boys age group.

Colleen Lucey (St. Matthew), Lucy Coyle (St. Raymond), Felicity Desuasido (Immaculate Heart of Mary) and Julia Granucci (Our Lady of Mount Carmel) teamed up in the 4 x 800-meter relay and finished 15th in the 13-14 girls age group. Julia will attend Notre Dame High School in Belmont this fall.

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