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22 April, AM - Lake Seppings - Albany - Australia - Our First Cross-Country Meet will be on Sunday 22nd April at Lake Seppings, Albany. The Falcon cross country team had their regional meet this past Saturday at . The first meet for the Falcons was the New Albany Cross Country Invitational. Congratulations to our NAMS Cross Country Runners for their outstanding performance at the State Cross Country Meet on Sunday, Oct. The boys team are State Translate. Quick Links. New Albany Middle School; Middle School Home.
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That was a 46 second improvement on his previous finest mark, set last year. The spotlight will be squarely focused on this collection of fine runners: Zack White Imperial, Pa.
He will be striving for a faster time. Ian Gabig Camp Hill, Pa. Additionally, it was the best mark of all freshman NEC runners at the Paul Short Run and 41st overall for freshman runners.
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He is hoping to set a new personal record at Albany. Zachery Salek Oakdale, Pa. Odds are good that he completes the trifecta. There does exist one concern. In the last two races, the average gap between Saint Francis' first and second runner has been 97 seconds.
The above group includes the runners most likely to make a serious move this week to close that gap. It will be exciting to see which athlete delivers. Regarding the competition, Albany is favored, as they also ran well at the Paul Short Run two weeks ago. Siena and Sacred Heart have each defeated the Red Flash earlier this season. Those are the two teams that Saint Francis hopes to challenge. Binghamton is also a strong team and could prove to be a dark horse challenger.
The Falcon ladies are very eager to compete this coming Saturday at the state meet and show off all the hard work they have put in since the beginning of the season.
The state cross country meet will be held at the National Trails Race Way. The team will be running at 2: The boys team placed 14th in the region out of 22 teams concluding their season. October 22, The Falcon cross country teams had another great day at the district meet. The Falcon ladies won the meet and had 5 runners in the top 8 places on Saturday at Rio Grande University!
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Leading the girls to a district victory against 17 total teams were Mackenzie Davis, Heather Lecrone, and Maddie Eyman. Mackenzie was the overall girls district champion with a winning time of This victory also marks the Falcon ladies 3rd straight victory at the district meet. The Falcon boys also had a good day coming in 5th out of 28 teams. Both the boys and girls teams qualified to move onto the regional meet this Saturday at Pickerington North High school. October 15, On Sat. The Boys finished 7th out of 14 teams led by individual runner up Ronnie Rowley.
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At the end of the day, the Boys returned as Champions and although the girls did not have enough runners to score as a team, they all placed in the top These ladies were earned first team MSL.
Trent Smith earned first team MSL. The Falcons next competition is at Johnstown this Saturday. The team will compete at the Johnstown Harrier Classic and Saturday. The Falcon Ladies battled it out to the end taking second place out of seventeen teams. The Falcons next meet will be this Wednesday at the Backwoods 2 mile Invitational.
The boys were paced by Ronnie Rowley 12thMason Taylor 59thand Josh Bell 85th to help the boys finish 16th overall. Both teams will compete at the Backwoods 2 miler on Weds. With these four ladies in the top ten along with the rest of the teams help they took first place beating eleven other teams.
The boys also had a great race day finishing in third place out of a total of fifteen teams. This is a great accomplishment as this is the highest place the boys team has finished at the Bob Reall Invitational.albany
Leading the boys in the varsity race were Trent Smith, Drew Hurst, and Trevor Hartman; the varsity team took third out of twelve teams. The Falcon girls had a good meet despite the sweltering heat.