#Boys Cross Country

Boys Cross Country win GWOC Championships!

The boys cross country team won the GWOC Championships on Saturday with 48 points beating state ranked opponent Centerville, Beavercreek, and Springboro. Led by First Team All-GWOC performances from Seth Elking in 1st place, Innocent Ntwali in 2nd place, and Aaron Schwieterman in 4th place – it was the teams first ever GWOC title. Rounding out the scoring were Noah Engel in 19th and Kassam Madmouj in 22nd.
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Boys Cross Country finishes 22nd place at The Legends Cross Country Meet

Three inches of overnight rain turned the The Legends Meet course into a muddy slogfest. The EC boys finished 22nd out of 46 schools in the small-school division. Ethan Zientarski (12) – 59th place out of 325, 19:11.5. Aiden Kunkle (9) – 115, 20:10.4. Thomas Moore (11) – 118, 20:12.3.

Pirates Head To Regionals

The Deweyville Girls and Boys Cross Country are headed to the Regional Meet, October 25. Boys won second in district- Nathan Berry 2nd, River Berry 3rd, Aidan Fountain 6th, and Hunter Hoffman 10th. The girls top finishers were Jill Thompson 3rd, Grace Suggett 7th, and Emilee Totino 8th.
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Boys 7th Grade Cross Country finishes 1st place at District 27-AAAA CC Meet

The 7th Boys Cross Country team scored 32 points to win the 27-4A District Championship. Leading the way for the Eagles was Joe Martinez with a 1st place finish overall. Joe ran the 2 mile course in the time of 12:01. Dylan Mendoza placed 6th in the time of 13:05.3. Just behind Dylan in a tight race was Eli Dailey who placed 7th in the time of 13:05.4. Following Eli was Jordan Cuellar in 8th placed with the time of 13:06 Finishing out the scoring for the Eagles was Joaquin Zuniga in10th place with the time of 13:33. All five Eagles medaled in the top 10. The remaining Eagles were: Tucker Fair (13th / 13:43), Devon Sanchez (18th /14:34), Jose Reyna (25th / 14:57), Elijah Marquez (31st / 15:41), Trevor Leonard (36th / 16:06), Kolton Sexton (37th / 16:42), and Gage Hildebrandt (42nd / 18:22).

OHS Boys Cross Country picking up speed

The Owatonna Boys Cross Country team has faced many ups and downs in the last two years with COVID-19 and hopes it will get back to normal this upcoming year. Athletes and coaches were forced to take many precautions due to COVID-19. Coach David Chatelaine, “We were not able to...

Boys Cross Country All Conference Roster Announced

The All Conference Roster and Final standings for Boys Cross for the 2021 season has been announced. The Northern Indiana Conference Boys Cross Country final standings were determined at the NIC Championship Meet on October 2. Two Adams runners finished as All Conference runners. Dylan Hockx and Bol Agwick were...

Boys Cross Country finishes 3rd place at IHSAA Noblesville Sectional

The boys cross country team finished in 3rd place at the IHSAA Noblesville Sectional held last Saturday, advancing to the Regional round. Earning All-Sectional finishes were senior Garrett Mowry (finishing in 8th place), sophomore Jack Loiselle (11th place), senior Max Woehler (12th place), junior Drew Lovelace (15th place), and junior Ike O’Neill (20th place). Junior Colin Lakomek and senior Aidan Wright rounded out the seven runner lineup for the Shamrocks.

Girls and Boys Cross Country teams Defeat Stoneham

The BHS Girls and Boys Cross Country teams had their home opener on Tuesday, October 5 at Varsity Field. At the time, the girls were seeking their first win of the season as they previously lost to Lexington and Melrose. As for the boys, they lost against Lexington and bounced back with a win against the Red Raiders a week prior.
Delaware County Daily Times

High Schools: DiMarcantonio’s goal holds up for Springfield

Sophia DiMarcantonio and Maddie Kane supplied the offense, and Charlieze Garret stood tall in goal as Springfield downed Haverford, 1-0, in Central League field hockey action Tuesday to snap the Fords’ five-game winning streak. DiMarcantonio tallied the only goal off a feed from Kane. Garret made that goal stand up...

Hartford Union High announces 2021 homecoming court

October 4, 2021 – Hartford, WI – Hartford Union High School is pleased to announce the 2021 Homecoming Court. Girls from left to right: Kylah Hadley (FFA), Kira Kirsch (Girls Tennis), Ashlee Hattori (Girls Golf), Maddy Mudra (Girls Tennis), Megan Senkbeil (Competitive Dance), Nichole Rhodes (Girls Cross Country), Gracieann Heim (Musical), Riley Hamilton (Girls Volleyball), Maggie Colwell (National Honor Society), Nora Triller (Girls Swim).

High school scores and top performers for Oct. 4-9

Brunswick 2, Clear Spring 1 (OT) Williamsport 3, South Hagerstown 0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-22) North Hagerstown 3, Smithsburg 0 (25-13, 25-7, 25-12) Boonsboro 3, Thomas Johnson 0 (26-24, 25-22, 25-20) Heritage 3, Grace 2 (21-25, 25-16, 19-25, 25-22, 15-9) Mercersburg 3, Saint James 2 (25-17, 25-21, 18-25, 22-25, 15-13) Shalom...

WEEKEND ROUNDUPS: Macomb volleyball second at Orion

MACOMB — The Bombers settled for a draw on Saturday, playing Alleman even. Both teams were able to tally single goals but neither squad could break through for a game-winning goal, settling for a 1-1 tie. SWIMMING. United Township Invite. EAST MOLINE — The Macomb girls scored 252 points to...
Palm Beach Interactive

The Palm Beach Post: Athlete of the Week voting (Sep. 27-Oct. 2)

Polls are open in the The Palm Beach Post's latest Athlete of the Week contest!. Voting is available until noon Wednesday at Nominees are accepted via email or phone, but will be selected by staff in the absence of submission. Congratulations to last week's winner, Sydney Visser from Boca...

Zientarski wins, leads Boys Cross Country to 1st place at Huron Invitational

The Elyria Catholic Boys Cross Country team ran to a first-place finish in the small-school division at the Huron Invitational Saturday led by race champion Ethan Zientarski (12) in 18:14.0. Other scorers for the Panthers were:. Thomas Moore (11) – 3rd place, 18:58.5. Aiden Kunkle (9) – 4th, 19:13.1. Andrew...
Alliance Review

Malvern girls are seventh at Cambridge

The Lady Hornets finished seventh in the small-school race at the Cambridge Invitational. Lanie Bower was 22nd in 23:16, Emma Debo was 60th in 26:55, Mackenzi Riley was 64th in 27:36, Megan Kuba was 66th in 27:43, Rayne Theiss was 72nd in 28:35, and Tana Drew was 78th in 29:15.

1-2-3 finish leads Boys Cross Country over Mason

The boys cross country team used a 1-2-3 finish from Innocent Ntwali, Seth Elking, and Aaron Schwieterman to defeat Mason 24-33 on Saturday. Also scoring for the boys were Noah Engel in 6th, Kassam Madmouj 12th, Alex Knapp in 22nd, and Gabe Moharter in 28th. Overall 14 boys ran season best times in the final tune-up race before the GWOC Championships in two weeks.

Girls golf wins Conference Championships, girls volleyball wins two games

The Lancers went to Fayetteville, Arkansas to participate in the Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival on Oct. 2. The Lancers came in 14th place, with 465 points total, and senior Nikolas Malek placed 40th with a time of 15:58.10.”Our travel meet was a lot of fun and I think it was great practice for state. Getting the practice now [for state] is important. Overall, I think this meet was great experience racing a big competitive race in another state,” senior captain Bross Miller said.

Boys Cross Country competes in Highland Invitational

Last weekend, the boys cross country team traveled to Highland High School, and raced on their lightning quick course. It is well known throughout The Region that Highland is the place to go for a fast race, and a potential personal record. It was a cool morning with sunny skies, perfect racing conditions. 10 individuals ran their personal bests on the day. The team was led by: Josh Reck, Dylan Hochbaum, Ethan Wulitich, John Peters, Joe Gulledge, Kayden Cornelius, Jonathan Budz, and Josh Smith.