Jody Meads again has run her way into the record books.

Jody Meads (file photo)

Jody Meads (file photo)

The Mammoth High distance standout took second place Saturday in her division in the CIF State Cross Country Championships Presented by Farmers in Fresno.

Coming off her winning runs at the CIF-Southern Section meets, Meads, a junior, went to venerable Woodward Park in Fresno and captured second place in the Division 5 girls race, clocking 18 minutes, 37 seconds over the 5K course.

Julia Maxwell, a senior from Branson High, won the race in 18:12. Junior Natalia Laspada of La Jolla Country Day School was third in 18:40.

Meads completed her third straight week of CIF championship runs. She took first place in the CIF-SS Cross Country Preliminaries and Finals in Division V at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut before her runner-up finish in the state meet.


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