The other area individual running is Holy Family’s Gladys Hernandez, who will take part in Race 15, Girls Division IV, Heat 1 at 10:57 a.m.
St. Francis’ boys’ team, which took second in the Mission League, will run at 10:19 in Race 12, Boys Division III, Heat 1.
Mission League titlist Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy will follow shortly after at 11:24 a.m. in Race 17, Girls Division IV, Heat 2.
Crescenta Valley’s girls’ team, the Pacific League champion, will run in Race 21, Girls Division I, Heat 2 at 1:45 p.m.
Next up is Flintridge Prep’s boys’ squad, the Prep League champion, at 1:58 p.m. in Race 22, Division V, Heat 2, with the Rebels’ girls’ team, the league’s third-place team, running at 3:23 p.m. in Race 29, Division V, Heat 2.
Crescenta Valley’s boys’ team will run in the last race of the day at 3:45 p.m. in Race 31, Division I, Heat 4.
BOYS’ WATER POLO
Crescenta Valley vs. Chadwick at Pasadena City College, 6 p.m.: After earning a first-round bye, the second-seeded Falcons (23-6) began their Division II postseason run Thursday with a 14-6 second-round victory against Rowland at Pasadena City College. Crescenta Valley, which captured the Pacific League crown, might receive a tougher test in its quarterfinal match against Chadwick (16-11).
Crescenta Valley senior driver Tristan Winterhalter finished with a team-high five goals against Rowland. Nelson White had three goals for the Falcons, who got two apiece from Chris Veselich and Matt Peters.
Chadwick, which took third in the Prep League, opened the postseason with victories against Cajon and Oxnard. The Dolphins picked up a 6-4 upset win against Oxnard on Thursday in a second-round contest.