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Sophia Zago from page 3
that running for the Anteaters will be a challenge,
chapter in her life.
Along her journey, Sophia has met many
people who have influenced her and help
guide her along the way. There was one
person she pointed out who made the most
significant impact on her, and she wanted
to thank. “The biggest influence in my life
has been my cross country and track coach,
Marcos Bolanos. He is also my Economics/
Political Behavior teacher. He believed in my
athletic abilities and constantly pushed me past
my boundaries to help me reach my goals.”
Sophia was an athlete well before she got
to high school. She participated in many
different sports when she was younger and
always enjoyed the running aspect the most.
In middle school, she started running cross
country training and absolutely loved it, so
she decided to continue to run for her high
She’s run in so many races over the past
four years, but her favorite meet might be the
CIF Southern Section Prelims her sophomore
but she’s ready to embrace that next
year. In that race, she broke the school record
in the 800m. The other meet she remembers
is the Irvine Distance Carnival, “because
it’s a fast track and such a fun event for the
whole team to PR.”
Sofia has many immediate goals set in
place, and one of them is to continue her
training for cross country and be one of the
team’s top seven runners in the fall. She
said, “I want to tackle my first collegiate
6K at UC Irvine and try chopping off time
from my 5K.”
In the long term, Sophia will embrace her
journey at the collegiate level both in the
classroom and competing for the Anteaters.
“I hope to place at the Big West Conference
Championships and continue running through
graduate school and beyond.”
As Sophia continues her drive towards
her purpose, she knows the rewards will
outweigh the challenges it took to get to
her objective. She wanted to congratulate
all the seniors graduating and said that this
wasn’t their final destination. The journey
has merely just begun. •
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