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Oklahoma high school cross country: All-City Athletic Conference announces 2020 All-Conference teams

The All-City Athletic Conference has announced its 2020 All-Conference cross country teams.

Here are the selections. 

Boys team 

Larnell Baucom, Southeast; Guillermo Cardenas, U.S. Grant; Grady Dawson, Classen SAS; Reuben DeLeon, Northwest Classen; Mason Fair, Classen SAS; Manuel Lopez, Southeast; Diego Martinez, Northwest Classen; Colton Pardee, John Marshall; Demarea Pollard, Star Spencer; Ajay Short, U.S. Grant; Ashton Yazzie, Star Spencer

Girls team

Ceylan Algan, Classen SAS; Stephanie Briones, Southeast; Jasmine Cardenas, Southeast; Enspyre Chochran, Douglass; Liliana Flores, U.S. Grant; Juanita Hendricks, Douglass; Maribel Herrera, U.S. Grant; Ingrid Juarez, Northwest Classen; Celest Pecina, Northwest Classen; Stephanie Perez, Capitol Hill; Alisa Sanroman, Capitol Hill; Stella Scott, Classen SAS

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Runners sprint away from the starting line during the cross country state meet at Edmond Santa Fe on Nov. 2, 2019. [KT King/For The Oklahoman]

Runners sprint away from the starting line during the cross country state meet at Edmond Santa Fe on Nov. 2, 2019. [KT King/For The Oklahoman]

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Nick Sardis

Nick Sardis joined The Oklahoman in 2017, and he covers high school sports. Born and raised in Norman, he played baseball at Norman North High School and is a student at the University of Oklahoma. Read more ›

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