Samuel Dahlin was a pretty good runner when he was on the Carlmont High cross country team. The Scots are perennial championship contenders in the Peninsula Athletic League.
Running well in the Rotary Fun Run is one thing, but finishing among the top 11 percent of all runners in a 6,437-runner marathon is something else.
Dahlin, who lives in San Carlos finished 697th overall, and was the 605th male to finish in Sunday's San Francisco Marathon, a course that took runners across the Golden Gate Bridge and ended near AT&T Park, home of the Giants.
Sequoia High grad Daniel Raggio finished 1,021th overall in 3:43.31 and was the 865th male to cross the finish line.
Raggio finished second to Carlmont senior Matt Rouse in May's San Carlos Rotary 10K Fun Run.
Mika Kosaka, age 24, was the top San Carlos woman runner. She was 1,194th overall but the 192nd female finisher. She finished in 3:47.24.
Kosaka graduated from Woodside High.
The following are San Carlos runners found through the first 25 pages of results, with overall finish (finish by gender) and ranked by net time.
San Francisco Marathon
1, Nathan Krah (Salt Lake City) 2:26.44
697 (605), Samuel Dahlin 3:35.01
1,021 (865), Daniel Ruggio 3:43.31
1,194 (192), Mike Kosaka 3:47.24
1,596 (1,313), David Louie 3:55.48
1,681 (1,379), Sachin Mehta 3:57.21
2,245 (456), Momo Lim 4:09.48
2,321 (1,841), Daniel Tintor 4:11.07
2,414 (1,902), Daniel Rabe 4:12.53
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