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, am, Medina XC Festival, N, N/A. , pm, Suburban League Meet, N, N/A. , am, OHSAA District Meet. Less than halfway through state championship meet, the Highland Which is why Rhoads is The Post's girls cross country runner of the. Medina Cross Country Festival. Oct 7, Ella Canavan Elementary School XC Course. Medina, OH. Hosted by Medina. Meet History Meet Results. Sort.
California Collegiate Athletic Association
Columbia ; Nick Wells, so. EC ; Zach Smith, so. EC ; Jay Lin, jr. Open Door ; Caleb Daniel, jr. Open Door ; Connery Van Dyke, jr.
Medina Girls Varsity Cross Country
Firelands ; Zack Jones, fr. Vermilion ; David Ocasio, jr. Brookside ; Henry Hass, jr. Wellington ; Isaac Lindo, so. Amherst ; Maggie Jantz, fr. Avon Lake ; Claudia Hermann, sr. Avon ; Emma Sherban, so. Avon Lake ; Victoria Bailey, so. Amherst ; Faith Lengen, sr. North Ridgeville ; Emily Nemeth, jr.
Elyria ; Meadow Smith, fr. Avon ; Antonia Monteleone, jr. Amherst ; Sydnie Firment, sr. Avon ; Abby King, sr. Avon ; Kaylee Haff, fr. Avon Lake ; Shanna Koehler, jr.
Avon ; Kalyn Potyrala, jr. Amherst ; Leah Johnson, jr.
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Amherst ; Kate Balthaser, sr. Avon Lake ; Olivia Crimaldi, so. Avon Lake ; Kayla Snowden, jr. EC ; Maggie Eck, so. Open Door ; Madissyn Valdez, sr. Brookside ; Emily Wagner, sr. Vermilion ; Alessandra Davis, so. Firelands ; Joyce Stupka, sr. Oberlin ; Maggie Hoffman, jr. Vermilion ; Joy Vaughn, sr. Firelands ; Mackenzie Glass, jr. Brookside ; MacKenzie Allsop, jr. Firelands ; Samantha Glass, sr. Brookside ; Marissa Meyers, so. Vermilion ; Erica Eschenauer, sr.
Vermilion ; Halle Daniel, fr. Open Door ; Clara Smith, so. Vermilion ; Danielle Selzer, fr. Some good times as we know have 7 guys at Oliver Branham Upton comes within half a second of breaking A greta tune up for this weekend.
Mike Hawkes catches Chaminade about 10 meters from the finish to get the win. In the JV B Race, sticking to the race plan, we saw our top 2 freshmen make their debut at the longer distance one to remember.
Hawkes and Flett made their move at mile 1 moving up thru the pack so that they had a 25 second lead over the race at mile 2. They would go on to grab Gold and Silver in the race. Hot on their Heels was Julian Bastionello who pop a huge race to take 6th overall. Next to the line after Mr Dormer had chili for Lunchwas the Varsity. They would finish 3rd with an impressive sub 16 5 man average. Overall a great fall day upstate. The Freshmen continue their winning ways, lead by Anderson and Moser who both run sub 9: The day starts off with Marchesi running a great race and grabbing the JV title.
Next up were the Sophs who ran as a pack led by Jacob Goell and finished 3rd as a team in the largest race of the day. Next up were the Varsity who were able defend their McQuaid win, grabbing back to back McQuaid title for the first time in school History.
They Grab the team title by almost 50 points. Hawkes and Flett lead the squad in the battle for the best team inthe City.
Low temperatures and the sky was Xavier Blue. When the racing started, the Knights showed that they were ready to roll.
The Freshmen put 2 guys under 9 mins, 10 guys under 10 and remain undefeated on the season. The Varsity had 3 guys under Today the win streak continued as the Varsity scores a victory over FP in a great race that saw the top 5 runners in the race 3 Knights, 2 Rams finish within 4 seconds of each other. Next up were the Juniors and Oliver Branham Upton ran a 40 second personal best at Sunken Meadow to take the individual crown and lead the Juniors to Victory. Calvin Flett and Ethan Rice both placed in top 15 of their race to help secue the victory.
Quincy Flett leads the Frosh with a 9: Some great results out of the Sophs who competed here. Future certainly looks bright.