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Thousand Oaks Settles for Second

October 02, 1994

Senior Keith O'Doherty and junior Kim Mortensen each placed fourth in their respective races Saturday to lead the Thousand Oaks High boys' and girls' cross-country teams to second-place finishes in the Southwestern University Invitational in Georgetown, Tex.

O'Doherty timed 16 minutes over the three-mile course as Thousand Oaks, the No. 2-ranked team in the country by the Harrier magazine, totaled 44 points. Top-ranked Kingwood, Tex., placed first with 37 points, paced by the 1-3 finish of senior twins Brad and Brent Hauser.

Todd Disney (eighth in 16:48), Kevin Marsden (ninth in 16:52), Jeff Fischer (10th in 16:53) and Josh Carolan (13th in 17:08) rounded out Thousand Oaks' top five runners.

Marsden and Fischer were racing for only the second time this season after missing the first two meets with injuries.

Mortensen ran 12:07 over the two-mile girls' course as Thousand Oaks totaled 74 points. Kingwood placed five runners among the top 19 finishers for a 46-point winning total.

Tara Marsden (15th in 12:49) and Bridgit Roy (16th in 12:49) were Thousand Oaks' No. 2 and No. 3 runners.

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