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Connolly, Coleman duel it out at States

WRENTHAM — Junior Ryan Connolly of North Andover and senior Freddy Coleman of Methuen were the top local runners Saturday at the Division 1 state cross country meet. Connolly ran the 5K course in 15:46.5 for 13th place, just in front of the UMass Lowell recruit Coleman, who was 14th in 15:46.9. North Andover was the lone local boys team to qualify in any of the three divisions. Coach Rick DelleChiaie's Scarlet Knights placed 15th out of 23 teams. The last time the Knights qualified for States was 2008.  Connolly was backed by Matt McDevitt, 72nd; Luke McGillivray, 88th; Andrew Sorokin, 99th; and Colby Winn, 141st. The No. 3 local D1 runner was Andover's Colby Kirn in 61st. Whittier Tech senior Mike Driscoll wrapped up a memorable fall with a 17:13.4 clocking to place 69th in the Division 2 state meet.

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Boys Cross Country, 11/20/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pentucket 0, Triton 0, Newburyport 3

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Boys Cross Country, 11/20/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros' Brennan 21st at New Englands

Luke Brennan placed 21st in a field of 263 and led Pinkerton to a 16th-place finish at the New England Championships in Thetford, Vt. He completed the 3.1-mile course in 17:03.3. The next top Astros were Ethan Charles in 76th and Jack Cameron in 119th. The Khalil Brothers of Sanborn competed with Jared in 47th (17:30.9) and Tyson in 80th.

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Boys Cross Country, 11/13/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Coleman, Connolly among state's best

In the new nine-division state cross country meet format, several local harriers shined Saturday in Gardner and Wrentham. The op local finisher was Methuen's Freddy Coleman, finishing ninth in a field of 189 at the State Division 1A meet. He ran the 5K Wrentham course in 15:55.2 with Andover's Colin Kirn (19th, 16:23.9) the next local 1A finisher. The area's No. 2 runner overall was Ryan Connolly, who placed 10th in Division 1B with a 16:16.7 clocking. He powered North Andover to a third-place finish among the 25 1B teams. Connolly was backed by Matt McDevitt in 21st, Luke McGillivray in 31st and Andrew Sorokin in 36th. Central Catholic's top finisher was Alex Wilard (31st in 1C) and Whittier got a strong effort from Mike Driscoll (39th in 2A).

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Boys Cross Country, 11/13/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Brennan, Astros shine at All-States

NASHUA — Senior Luke Brennan and Pinkerton Academy starred Saturday at the Meet of Champions (All-State meet). Brennan covered the 3.11-mile Mines Falls Park course in 15:32.30. He paced the Astros to a fourth-place team finish with 147 points. The other Astro scorers were Ethan Charles (20th scorer, 24th overall, 16:20.08), Jack Cameron (33rd overall), Nathan Binda (64th) and Theo Davis (71st). The Astros' top three are seniors while Binda is a sophomore and Davis a junior. Windham (7th place) and Sanborn (8th place) each scored 203 points with the Jaguars winning the tie-breaker. Windham's leaders were junior Carter Logan in 26th overall (16:23.04) backed by the Gower-Halls. Senior Baxter was 40th and junior Isaac was 53rd.  The Khalil boys brought their A game for Sanborn with junior Jared 10th overall (15:45.56) and sophomore Tyson 14th (15:56.62). Jake Pitre was 31st and the No. 2 freshman in the meet.  Timberlane senior Matthew Fairhurst placed 67th in the 147-runner field. Bishop Guertin won the tie-breaker to win a thriller over Coe-Brown while C-B junior Aidan Cox won the race in 15:01.45 with Keene's Torin Kindopp second in 15:25.29. Cox repeated as champion and was runner-up as a freshman.

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Boys Cross Country, 11/06/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Coleman edges Alvarez

Methuen's Freddy Coleman ran to victory (16:19), just ahead of No. 2 Ezequiel Alvarez of Lawrence (16:45) as the Rangers topped the Lancers (19-44) and Dracut (15-50). Lawrence also beat Dracut (21-39).

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Boys Cross Country, 10/20/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Reggies run strong

 

After dropping their first two meets, Greater Lawrence's girls cross country team won its next six, culminating with a 15-50 win over Notre Dame of Lawrence. Erianna Valverde led the way with a personal-best 21:55 on the Reggies' 3.0-mile course. The Greater Lawrence boys also won 15-50 with Marcos Olivieri taking first in 17:55.

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Boys Cross Country, 10/19/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Killian wins it

 

Michael Killian ran an excellent 5K time of 15:58.5 to hold off Sanborn's Khalil brothers and lead Windham to the title at the Pelham Invitational.

Sophomore Tyson Khalil was second in 16:11.9 and junior Jared Khalil was third in 16:21.9. Sanborn finished second as a team with 79 points, 39 behind Windham.The Jaguars got a 4-5 finish from Logan Carter and Baxter Gower-Hall.

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Boys Cross Country, 10/16/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Connolly edges Ezequiel

North Andover's Ryan Connolly took first (14:32), out-dueling No. 2 Alvarez Ezequiel of Lawrence (14:45) as the Scarlet Knights topped the Lancers (15-50) and Tewksbury (15-48). 

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Boys Cross Country, 10/13/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Coleman, Dibble lead the way

Freddy Coleman took first (15:21) and Jason Dibble grabbed third (15:57), besting his previous PR by 1:05, as Methuen beat Billerica (24-31) and Haverhill (15-50). 

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Boys Cross Country, 10/13/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Tripp still unbeaten

 

With no Lowell Catholic girls to run against, Whittier sophomore Noel Tripp ran in the boys race (won by Lowell Catholic) and finished eighth overall in an impressive 20:52 for 3.1 miles. She is unbeaten in girls races.

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Boys Cross Country, 10/13/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Speedy Cats

Whittier boys cross country swept Essex Tech to improve to 4-0 while the girls lost. Both winners were Wildcats: Michael Driscoll for the boys and Noel Tripp for the girls.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/29/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Khalil brothers go 2-3

 

MANCHESTER — It was a great day for Sanborn's Khalil brothers Saturdayand a very good day for Windham in the Manchester Invitational Small School boys race.

Sanborn junior Jared Khalil finished second overall in 16:23 on the challenging 3.1-mile Derryfield Park course and brother Tyson Khalil was right behind hi in third with a 16:52. They carried Sanborn to fith overall in the 31-team field.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/25/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Coleman victorious

Methuen's Freddy Coleman took the individual honors (16:25.5, 3.1 miles) but North Andover's depth easily ruled the day in a 20-42 romp. Ryan Connoelly, Matt McDevitt and Luke Stad led the 3-0 Knights.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/22/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

One-two punch

 

Ryan Connolly and Matt McDevitt went 1-2 as North Andover's boys clipped Chelmsford 18-45.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/15/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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