League Meet: #1A,
Nike New York Regionals - Results
-Saratoga Springs girls, running as Kineticc, place second to
Fayetteville-Manlius and qualify for the National Championships next Saturday in
Oregon...Saratoga's Aidan Tooker places 7th in the boys championship race and
qualifies as an individual to the National Championships.
Section 2 Federation Championships -
Girls: Saratoga Springs'
streak of four straight Federation titles is snapped as John Jay-Cross River of
Section 1 edges out Saratoga by one point 153-154. Queensbury places in 3rd with
188 points...Corning's Jessica Lawton wins the individual title in 18:16.2.
Shenendehowa's Danielle Jordan was the top Section 2 runner finishing in 16th
place in 19:08.5.
Boys: Saratoga Springs
finishes as the top section 2 team, placing 4th with 222 points. Section 3's
Liverpool wins the title with 75 points. Saratoga's Aidan Tooker was the top
Section 2 runner, placing 5th in 16:03.6, which puts him 7th on the Section 2
All-Time list for Bowdoin Park. Columbia's Kyle Gronostaj finished 11th in
16:11.7 which puts him 12th on the All-Time Section 2 list.
New York State Championships -
Section 2 Championships - Results
Sectional Preview: Boys
Here you go, they took me forever this year, let's stick with Saratoga for
Suburban Council Championships -
-Saratoga Springs places three in the top tten to win the boys team title over
Colonie 54-88. Saratoga was led by Aidan Tooker who finished in 3rd with a time
of 15:04. Also finishing in the top ten were Joe Verro (6th,15:35.9) and Brent
Freestone (7th,15:37.7). Colonie was led by Jake Johnson (2nd,15:01.5) and
Jordan Johnson's (8th,15:38.5) top ten finishes. Bethlehem's Stephen Booker wins
the individual title in 14:58.2, becoming the ninth person to run under 15
minutes at Saratoga State Park.
-Samantha Vetter of Saratoga Springs takes the individual title to lead her
Saratoga team to the girls team title over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 32-61.
Vetter finished in 17:56.5, eleven seconds ahead of Shaker's Maryanna Lansing.
Saratoga also received top ten finished from Estella Smith (3rd,18:16.3), Carley
Vetter (7th,18:23.4), and Spencer Hayes (10th,18:25.0). Burnt Hills had Eva
Scott (5th,18:19.4), Jordan Casey (8th,18:23.8), and Marina Jerry (9th,18:24.7)
place in the top ten.
Harvest Classic - Results
-Justin VanEpps wins the individual title iin 16:06 to lead his C.B.A. team to a
top five sweep beating Gloversville 15-80. VanEpps was 33 seconds ahead of
teammate Kevin LeFleche, who was closely followed by Nick and Liam O'Brien and
Kaushik Pilar. Gloversville was led by a a 6th-7th finish by Jack Hayes (17:24)
and Phil Meher (17:25).
-Amsterdam took the 2nd through 4th spots tto take the girls team title over
Catskill 37-45. Amsterdam was led by Ilenis Quinones (2nd,19:54), Olivia Lazarou
(3rd,19:57), Chantel Dopp (4th,20:23). Catskill got top ten finishes by Lacinda
Hackett (7th,20:58) and Maddie Mercado (9th,21:19). Albany High's Eileen
Bequette won the individual title in 19:48, six seconds ahead of Quinones.
Tartan Invitational - Results
-Scotia-Glenville's Daken Broadhead takes hhome the individual title and helped
his Scotia-Glenville team win the boys team title over Queensbury 28-55.
Broadhead finished his home course in 16:15.7, nine seconds ahead of Fort
Plain/Canajoharie's Jordan Ahearns.
Scotia-Glenville also got top ten finishes by Ryun Murphy (5th,16:53.9), Grant
Norton (7th,17:07.2), and Dennis Pollicino (8th,17:15.6). Queensbury had Zane
Belden (3rd,16:26.3) and Christian Vaillancourt (10th,17:22.0) place in the top
-Queensbury takes five out of the top eightt spots to easily win the team title
over Schuylerville 21-58. Queensbury was led by individual champion in 18:25.7,
eighteen seconds ahead of Schuylerville's Ashley Watson. Queensbury was also led
by Sherri Metcalf (3rd,18:47.1), Emily Guinther (4th,19:01.8), Kimberly Hanchett
(7th,19:42.1), and Rachael Guinther (8th,19:48.7). Schuylerville got ten ten
finishes by Watson and Julia Freemire (10th,20:21.5).
Colonial Council Championships-
-Lansingburgh's Mike Miller wins the boys iindividual title over Albany Academy's
Griffin Keegan finishing on 16:44, 4 seconds ahead of Keegan.
Cobleskill-Richmondville wins the team title over Fonda-Fultonville by the 6-man
-Kaylee Scott of Holy Names takes the girlss individual title finishing in
18:15.1, 24 seconds ahead of Schalmont's Julia Flower. Holy names places five in
the top seven to win the team title over Cobleskill-Richmondville 20-65.
Adirondack League Championships -
-Corinth's Tanner Flint wins the boys indivvidual title in 16:22, 18 seconds
ahead of Daryn Hutchings of Argyle. Corinth places four in the top eight to
easily win the team title over Warrensburg 28-77.
-Lake George's Erica Abrantes wins the girlls individual title by over a minute
over runner-up Courtney Densmore of Corinth. Lake George takes four of the top
nine spots to beat out Corinth for the team title 30-33.
Big 10 Championships - Results
-C.B.A.'s Justin Van Epps wins the individuual title in 16:03.4, 44 seconds ahead
of Jonah Allard of Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons. C.B.A. places five in the top
seven to win the Boys team title over Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 19-63.
-Albany High's Eileen Bequette takes the inndividual title in 19:40.6, 9 seconds
over Amsterdam's Ilenis Quinones, but Amsterdam wins the team title over Notre
Dame-Bishop Gibbons 40-54
Wasaren League Championships -
-Stillwater's Ethan Jaynes takes the boys iindividual title in 16:52.2, seven
seconds ahead of Greenwich's Devlin Kennedy. Greenwich takes the next four
places to easily win the team title over Schuylerville 23-73.
-Greenwich's Sarah Lapham wins the girls inndividual title in 19:07.1, three
seconds over Emma Willard's Courtney Breiner. Greenwich places four in the top
ten to win the team title over Schuylerville 33-58.
Patroon Conference Championships -
-Maple Hill's Jordan Healy wins the individdual title over Greenville's Sean
McAneny by 20 seconds, but Greenville takes the next two spots to win the team
title over Maple Hill 65-69.
-Catskill places four in the top ten to winn the team title over Maple Hill
42-73. Chatham's Erin Clark wins the individual title in 19:23, 27 seconds ahead
of Ali Bartolotta of Hudson.
Western Athletic Conference Championships -
-Duanesburg's Pat Murphy wins the boys indiividual title in 15:34.4, 13 seconds
ahead of Fort Plain/Canajoharie's Jordan Aherns. Duanesburg places three in the
top ten to win the team title over Fort Plain/Canajoharie 33-69.
-Berne-Knox-Westerlo places three in the toop ten to win the girls team title
over Fort Plain/Canajoharie 34-53. Duanesburg's Katie Gregory wins the
individual title in 16:49.9, three seconds ahead of Allie Tedeschi of
Foothills Council Championships -
-Queensbury girls place their top seven in the top nine to easily take the team
title over Broadalbin-Perth 18-55. Queensbury's Megan Kellogg wins the
individual title over teammate Emily Guinther by 12 seconds, finishing in
-Scotia-Glenville puts five in the toop ten to beat out Queensbury for the
team title 32-55. Queensbury's Zane Belden takes the individual title in
16:16.7, nine seconds ahead of Noah Duell of Glens Falls.
Greenwich Invitational -Results
-Corinth's Tanner Flint wins the boys indivvidual title and leads his Corinth
team to the team title in a meet where it is decided on a team's 5 man total
-Woodstock, Vt's Carmen Bango takes the girrls individual title back home to
Vermont while Schalmont wins the girls team title over Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons
by :00.7 seconds.
Albany County Meet - Results
-Bethlehem's Steven Booker wins the individdual title over Colonie's Jake Johnson
but Johnson's Colonie team takes the boys team title edging out C.B.A. 52-55,
-Shaker's Maryanna Lansing wins the girls iindividual title over Kaylee Scott of
Holy Names. Guilderland beats out Holy Names for the Girls team title on a 6th
Rensselaer County Meet -
Columbia's Kyle Gronostaj breaks Andrew Tario's course record to take the boys
individual title and Averill Park wins the boys team title.
Troy's Dayshia Randall wins the girls individual title. Columbia wins the girls
team title for the seventh straight year.
10/15 Dual Meet- Results
Burnt Hills Invitational -
Glover Invitational - Results
Manhattan Invitational -
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10/8 Dual Meet - Results
Grout Invitational Results
Division I: Girls-Shaker's Maryanna Lansing wins her third
straight Grout title by finishing in 15:49.8, 9 seconds ahead of Queensbury's
Megan Kellogg but Kellogg's Queensbury team turns the table on Shaker to win the
team title 33-36. Besides Kellogg, Queensbury got top ten finishes by Sherri
Metcalfe (4th, 16:14), Emily Guinther (5th,16:30) and Kathryn Ackner
(9th,16:54)...Boys-C.B.A.'s Justin Van Epps wins the individual
title in 13:43.9, 13 seconds over Washingtonville's Daniel Durman but Shaker has
the better depth to win the team title over C.B.A. 34-46. Shaker had Paul
Nichols (3rd, 14:01.3), Jack Fallon-Underwood (6th, 14:19.9), Dan Hausamann
(7th,14:21.1), Thomas Hale (8th, 14:22.5), and Christopher Bouchard (10th,
14:26.2) place in the top ten.
Division II: Girls- Colonie places their top five all in the
top ten to easily beat out Bethlehem for the team title 29-60. Colonie was led
by a 2-3 finish by Bellame Bower (2nd,16:03.5), and Amanda Chambers
(3rd,16:14.6) followed by Kathryn Tenney (6th,16:34.0), Shannen Kerin
(8th,16:50.1), and Marilyn O'Brien (10th,16:53.5) all finishing in the top ten.
Connetquot's Erin Melly took the individual title in 15:55.7..Boys-Bethlehem's
Stephen Booker takes home the individual title, running the fastest time of the
day in 13:23.9 beating out Alex Shodai of Middletown. Niskayuna places three in
top ten to edge out Bethlehem for the team title 48-52. Niskayuna was led by top
ten finishes by Conor McDonough (3rd, 14:03.9), Matthew McDermott (6th,14:09.0),
and Andrew Canavan (9th,14:29.2).
Division C: Girls- Broadalbin-Perth placed four in the top ten
to beat out last year's champions, Schuylerville 45-93. The Patriots were led by
a 4th-5th place finish by Jordyn DeNeuville (16:55.5) and Victoria O'Palka
(17:10.3) coupled with a 7-8 finish by Coreena Monroe (17:19.7) and Mackenzie
DeZolt (17:26.9). Schalmont's Julia Flower wins the individual title beating out
a hard charging Ashley Watson, finishing in 16:38.5...Boys- Maple Hill's Jordan
Healy takes the individual title in 13:51.5 over Broadalbin-Perth's Greg Bogdan.
Fonda-Fultonville places two in the top ten to win the team title over Maple
Hill 101-149. Cameron Gilligan (5th,14:35.8) and Dylan DeSorbo (8th,14:55.4) to
lead Fonda-Fultonville to their 4th straight Division "C" team title.
10/1 Dual Meet - Results
John Killian Memorial Invitational -
Boys: Corinth's Tanner Flint
takes the individual title over Arlington's Steve Morrison but Arlington took
five out of the top eight spots to win the team title over Corinth 22-90. Flint
finished in 15:32.5, twelve seconds over Morrison. Arlington also took the next
three spots with James Asselmyer (3rd, 15:54.6), Tom Wimmers (4th, 15:59.1), and
Corey Peruffo (5th, 16:09.4) filling those spots.
Girls: Arlington's Bella Burda easily wins the individual title over Schalmont's
Julia Flower to lead her Arlington team to the team title over Schalmont 35-84.
Burda finished in 17:46, 46 seconds ahead of Flower. Arlington also got top 10
finishes by Andrea Sorna (8th, 19:40), Meghan LaTuso (9th, 19:54), and Kayla
Sullivan (10th, 19:56).
Weekend out of section roundup
-Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake and Shaker headeed to the
McQuaid Invy in Section 5. The
Burnt Hills girls won the AA seeded race with the boys placing 3rd in the same
race. The Shaker boys placed 12th in the AAA seeded race...Greenwich, LaSalle,
and the Colonie girls traveled to the
Ocean State Invitational in Rhode Island with the Colonie girls placing 5th
in the championship race, the Greenwich girls placing 3rd in the Division I race
and the boys in 7th in the same race. LaSalle's Niall Coughlin finished 6th in
the Division I race...Guilderland and Berne-Knox-Westerlo participated in the
Bowdoin Classic where girls won the Division I race over Miller Place 63-67,
led by Emily Burns' 3rd place finish and the boys placed 3rd in the Division II
race with frosh Noah Carey placing 3rd...The Shaker girls went to the
Six Flags Wild Safari Invitational in New Jersey where Maryanna Lansing won
the Varsity A race leading her team to a 2nd place finish.
E.J. Herrmann Invitational -
Girls: Talya Williams of
Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons wins the individual title in the small school race
finishing in 19:58.3, more than 43 seconds over Meghann Tanner of Adirondack.
Broadalbin-Perth placed Coreena Monroe (4th) and Victoria O'Palka in the top 10
to win the small schools race over Beaver River 59-81...In the girls large
schools race, Bethlehem placed Julia Champagne (6th) and Danika Jensen (10th) in
the top 10 to place 2nd to Nanuet 52-63. Niskayuna placed 5th with 113 points.
Boys: Conor McDonough placed 3rd for Niskayuna in the Boys large schools race to
lead Niskayuna to a second place finish to Cicero-North-Syracuse 73-112.
Scotia-Glenville places 4th with Daken Broadhead in 16th place, Colonie places
Jordan Johnson in 5th and Zach Bell in 7th to place fifth with 156 points and
Bethlehem placed 6th with Alex Carlson placing 5th individually...Duanesburg's
Pat Murphy beats out Jonah Allard of Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons to win the small
school individual title winning in 16:53.6, just ahead of Allard's 16:55.3.
Duanesburgh's Xavier McKinley (5th, 17:13.1) and Broadalbin-Perth's Greg Bogdan
(8th, 17:31.5) also placed in the top ten.
9/24 Dual Meet - Results
Queensbury Invitational -
Championship Girls: Saratoga
only had one runner in the top ten but had the better depth to win their second
straight team title beating out Coring 115-161 with host school Queensbury in
3rd with 174 points. Saratoga was led by 8th grader Peyton Engborg placing in
10th with a time of 18:53.3 and got another top twenty finish by Spencer Hayes
(17th, 19:08.2). Corning was led by a second place finish by Jessica Lawson who
finished in 17:57.2, 12 seconds ahead of individual champion Kennedy Jensen of
Canadaigua who had the fastest time of the day in 17:45.1
Boys: Liverpool places two
in the top beat to beat out Saratoga Springs on a 6th man tiebreaker. Liverpool
was led by a 9th-10th finish by Connor Buck (15:51.8) and Ben Petrella (15:52.1)
and with both teams with 71 points, Liverpool's 6th man, Dylan McCarthy finished
in 36th place, way ahead of Saratoga's 6th runner to break the tie. Saratoga was
led by top ten finishes by Aidan Tooker (3rd, 15:25.8) and Jay Navin (8th,
15:51.1). Pearl River's Brian Cook was stride for stride with Lake Shore's T.J.
Hornberger but just beat him out at the line to take the individual title in
15:17.9 to Hornberger's 15:19.3. Their times are the 2nd and 3rd all-time bests
at Queensbury, respectively, behind Steve Murdock's 15:12.0.
Division 1 Girls: Emma
Willard's Courtney Breiner edges out Tully's Ashleigh Crawford by two seconds
for the individual title finishing in 19:08.6 but Crawford's Tully team takes
the team title over Seton Catholic 42-58...Boys:
New York Mills places three in the top twenty to win the team title over
Cobleskill-Richmondville 88-101. Maple Grove's Corey Wefing easily takes the
individual title in 16:01.7, 28 seconds ahead of Corinth's Tanner Flint.
Division 2 Girls: Newburgh
Free Academy's Gianna Frontera beats out her teammate Kalleigh Forrester
finishing in 18:35.7 but Monroe-Woodbury puts four in the top ten to win the
team title over Tappan Zee 69-108...Boys:
Jeremy Miekley of Miller Place finish in 16:13.1 to edge out Jeriqho Gadway of
Plattsburg to take the individual title. Brewster places four in the top fifteen
to easily take the team title over Niskayuna 74-167.
Division 3 Girls:
Schuylerville's Ashley Watson finishes in 19:41.2 to outkick Pawling's Sarah
Marvin for the individual title, North Shore places three in the top ten to beat
out Dobbs Ferry for the team title 40-95...Boys:
Maple Hill's Jordan Healy wins the individual title in 16:26.0 to beat out North
Salem's Jake Acito by 13 seconds. Barker edges out Greenwich by 7 points 148-155
with Greenwich running without top runner Jeremy Spezio.
Galway Invitational - Results
Sept. 17th Dual Meet Results
Suburban Council Super Mega Awesome Huge Dual Meet
Pre-Season League Previews
-When only 43.8% of teams send me a team prreview, I tend to lost my desire to
put much work into these previews. I've included the bare minimum;
projected league standings, top runners, and projected team lineups. Some
lineups were provided by coaches, others were based on last year's team and will
be pretty inaccurate. Hopefully I can have better ones next year with more
coaches helping me out.
Fort Plain Invitational -
Girls: Defending Federation
Champion, Bella Burda of Arlington, opened up her season with an impressive 75
second win over Guilderland's Emily Burns to lead her team to the girls large
school title over runner-up Guilderland by 24 points, 34-58. Burda finished the
three mile course in an impressive 17:40.6 and was helped by three teammates
that also placed in the top ten; Ariane Garrett (5th, 19:18.5), Kayla Sullivan
(6th, 19:22.3), and Christiana Prater-Lee (9th, 19:35.5). Guilderland was led by
a 2-3 finish by Burns (18:55.6) and Jenna Robinson (19:03.4)...Greenwich, led by
individual winner Tori Spezio, places three in the top four to easily win the
girls small school team title over Maple Hill 23-63. Spezio finished in 18:44.5,
37 seconds ahead of her teammate Sarah Lapham (19:21.6). The Witches also had
Jillian Perkins in fourth place in 20:12.1. Maple Hill was led by a 3rd place
finish by Monica Strain (19:32.2).
Boys: Arlington places three
in the top five to easily win the large school team title over runner-up
Guilderland 39-81. The Admirals were led by a 2-3 finish by Steve Morrison
(15:49.9) and James Asselmeyer (16:01.3) closely followed by a fifth place
finish by Tom Wimmers (16:01.8). Guilderland was led by top ten finishes by
Jonathon Feil (9th, 16:24.3) and Matt Pasquali (10th, 16:30.8). C.B.A.'s Justin
VanEpps took the individual title with the fastest time of the day, finishing in
15:19.5, 30 seconds ahead of Morrison...Jeremy Spezio edges out Maple Hill's
Jordan Healy for the individual title and had two teammates also place in the
top ten to lead Greenwich to a 49 point win over Duanesburg 62-112 for the small
school team title. Spezio took the title in 15:21.5, less than a second ahead of
Healy. Greenwich was also led by Colin Beasor (7th, 16:32.1) and Chandler Hansen
(8th, 16:33.1) placing in the top ten. Duanesburg was led by a 4-5 finish by Pat
Murphy (16:00.9) and Xavier McKinley (16:08.4). 5044
Springstead Invitational -
Boys: Bethlehem's Stephen
Booker wins the individual title and was followed by two other teammates in the
top ten to lead Bethlehem to the team title edging out Colonie by seven points
58-65. Booker finished the shortened course in 13:20.1, 12 seconds over
Colonie's Jordan Johnson. Bethlehem also got top ten finishes from Alex Carlson
(3rd, 13:32.7) and Tom Quackenbush (7th, 13:53.1). Along with Jordan Johnson's
runner-up finish, Colonie placed Jake Johnson (4th, 13:36.5) and Ryan Mulson
Girls: Champlain Valley from
Vermont, led by individual champion Autumn Eastman places three in the top ten
to beat out Queensbury 56-71 with Holy Names in 3rd with 76 points. Eastman
finished in 14:59.2, an impressive 48 seconds win over Shaker's Maryanna
Lansing. Champlain Valley was also led by top ten finishes by Abby Keim (8th,
16:16.9) and Emma Putre (9th, 16:17.2). Queensbury got top ten finishes from
Megan Kellogg (3rd, 15:52.9) and Emily Guinther (6th, 16:12.0).
Sept. 10th Dual Meets - Results
Guilderland Invitational -
Girls: Queensbury's Emily
Guinther and Megan Kellogg go 1-2 to lead the Spartans to the large school title
over host Guilderland 23-41. Guinther finished with the fastest time of the day
in 16:48.3, 11 seconds faster than Kellogg. Queensbury also got top ten finished
from Rachael Guinther (5th, 17:49.6), Sherri Metcalfe (6th, 17:53.4), and
Jennifer Messina (9th, 18:21.2). Guilderland was led by a 3-4 finish from Emily
Burns (17:05.0) and Jenna Robinson (17:24.4)...Seton Catholic's Margaret
Champagne edged out Talya Williams for the individual title and led her team to
the small school team title over Broadalbin-Perth 52-59. Champagne finished in
17:22.0, just nipping Williams (17:23.7). Also leading Seton Catholic were Peru
transfer Ashley Leta (3rd, 18:00.6) and Melissa Whyman (5th, 18:09.1).
Broadalbin-Perth got top ten finishes from Victoria O'Palka (8th, 18:33.8) and
Sarah Naple (9th, 18:44.3).
Boys: In the battle of
runners with last names ending in "j", Collegiate's Marco Pompilj beat out
Columbia's Kyle Gronostaj to help his Collegiate team defend their large school
team title by edging out Burnt Hills 48-51. Pompilj finished in 13:44.9 for the
fastest time of the day and 2nd all-time on the Tawasentha Park course.
Gronostaj was five second behind in 13:49.7, good enough for 3rd on the all-time
list. Collegiate also got top ten finishes from Liam Buckley (5th, 14:36.00 and
Jack Farley (8th, 14:49.1). Burnt Hills received top ten finishes from Jared
Short (4th, 14:35.2), Patrick McGuinness (6th, 14:38.8), and John Rabideau
(10th, 14:55.0)...Cobleskill-Richmondville places three in the top ten to take
the small schools team title over Ichabod Crane 57-66. The Bulldogs were led by
a 5th place performance by Jonathan DiCesare who finished in 15:33.9 and was
followed by Warren Mau (8th, 16:03.0) and Jonathan Richards (10th, 16:07.2).
Ichabod Crane was led by Mark Korycinski's 7th place finish in 15:49.1. Maple
Hill's Jordan Healy defended his individual title with a winning time of
14:22.4, 22 seconds ahead of Jonah Allard of Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons.
Niskayuna Ediken Invitational -
Girls: Holy Names finishes with three of the top nine splits and beats out
Colonie in the 3 person relay event. Holy Names' combined time of 28:16.6
beat out Colonie's time of 28:32.3 and breaks the record. Emma Willard's
Courtney Breiner had the fastest time of the day finishing the 2.5K course in
9:04.1, more than 10 seconds faster than Leah Triller's split of 9:14.4.
Boys: Colonie's Jake Johnson breaks the course record
Blackbird Invitational - Results
Girls: Schalmont's Julia Flower wins the individual title in 19:44, over a
minute faster than runner-up Emily Acker of Albany Academy (20:46) to lead her
Shalmont team to the team title over runner-up Cohoes 63-71. Schalmont also got
top fifteen finishes from Samantha Reagan (5th, 21:19) and Cassie Kranick (11th,
22:19). Cohoes was led by a third place finish by Sarah Carter (20:52).
Boys: C.B.A.'s Justin Van Epps takes the individual title to help his team win
the team title over Lansingburgh 52-60. Van Epps completed the 5K course in
16:32, 30 seconds ahead of Stillwater's Ethan Jaynes. Also placing in the top
ten for the Brothers were Liam O'Brien (6th, 18:02) and Kaushik Pilar (8th,
18:17). Lansingburgh were led by top ten finishes from Mike Miller (3rd, 17:25),
and Dante Carr (9th, 18:18).
...and awayyyyy we go!
Fonda-Fultonville Invitational -
-Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake's Jared Short wiins the Division 2 race with the
fastest time of the day in 16:29.7, just beating out his teammate Patrick
McGuinness...Noah Duell of Glens Falls takes the Boys Division 1 title in
17:31.5, four seconds ahead of Fonda-Fultonville's Dylan DeSorbo.
-Averill Park's Brittany Mack wind the Diviision 2 girls race in the fastest time
of the day in 20:24.1, 33 seconds ahead of Gloversville's Brittany
Craven...Fonda-Fultonville's Jamie Kasza defends her girls Division 1 title
finishing in 20:30.9, which was 21 seconds ahead of Sarah Carter of Cohoes.
2013 Cross Country Invitationals -
Entries and Info
Thanks to Tom Greene (not Jeff) we now have:
Section 2 All-Time at Bowdoin park