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Girls Cross Country

Big day for Kiley, Caraballo and Pentucket

WRENTHAM — There were plenty of noteworthy performances for the area girls at the state country meets Saturday at the 3.1-mile Wrentham Developmental Center course. That terrific rivalry between Andover junior Molly Kiley and Methuen senior Miana Caraballo was kicked up a notch. The two local stars were near the front of the pack at Division 1 States with Kiley third in 18:29.6 and the UMass Lowell-bound Caraballo fourth in 18:30.6. The race went down to the wire with Sharon's Daphne Theiler winning in 18:26.5. The powerhouse North Andover girls placed fifth in the 23-team D2 field. That was the good news. The better news was they may have been the youngest team to qualify in any of the three divisions. Scarlet Knight scorers were: freshman Luna Prochazkova (14th out of 188 runners in 18:43.4), fellow frosh Nicole Kroon in 27th (19:10.4), senior Leyla Kvaternik 47th, sophomore Leigha Leavitt in 96th and sophomore Gabby Harty in 102nd.   Kvaternik had been on the sidelines for a couple weeks so her return paid big dividends. Haverhill standout Finleigh Simonds placed 32nd in Division 1. At Division 2 States, Pentucket had the top boy or girl local team performance of the day with a third-place finish. It scored 126 points, losing out on the silver to Whitinsville Christian on a tie-breaker. Senior Phoebe Rubio (12th, 19:08.5) and sophomore Kaylie Dalgar (17th, 19:20.2) came up big. Other scorers for the West Newbury regional school were junior Audrey Conover in 33rd, junior Libby Murphy in 46th and senior Ella Edic in 47th.

Whittier Tech had reason to be proud with sophomore Noel Tripp placed 67th in the 188-runner Division 2 States field.

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

Pinkerton sophomores impress

The only two local qualifiers at the girls New Englands were Pinkerton's standout sophomores. And they impressed with Isabelle Groulx in 62nd place in a field of 259 with 21:22.3 5K clocking and Contessa Silva in 91st place.

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

Caraballo, Kiley with sizzling runs

There were several elite efforts by local girls in the nine state divisional cross country meets. Methuen's Miana Caraballo and Andover's Molly Kiley renewed their rivalry in the 1A meet in Wrentham (3.1 miles). Caraballo was brilliant, taking second in 18:30.9, just 2.1 seconds behind Barnstable's Ava Bullock. Kiley was right there, too, crossing the line in 18:40.0. The next local harrier was Haverhill's Finleigh Simonds in 21st place. Another local performance of note was North Andover's Luna Prochazkova taking second in the 1B meet at Wrentham in 19:07.1. She led the Scarlet and Black to an eighth-place out of 23 1B qualifiers. Whittier's Noel Tripp again proved she can run with the best in the area and beyond. She took 13th in 21:09 at the 2A meet in Gardner (3.1 miles). The top local girls team was Pentucket, which took home the silver at the 2B race in Gardner with 63 points. Holliston won with 25. Leading the way for Pentucket were Phoebe Rubio (5th, 19:34.5), Kaylie Dalgar (9th) and Audrey Conover (14th).

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

Windham takes 16th; Pinkerton duo shines

Windham, the lone local team qualifier, placed 16th at the Meet of Champions. The Jaguars were paced by Ava Sanchez, a two-sport fall athlete who also helped Windham to the state field hockey finals. Sanchez covered the 3.11-mile Mines Falls Park course in 20:47.79 to place 79th overall. Teammate Riley Morgan was 84th. Pinkerton didn't qualify but had the region's top individual runners at Saturday's M of C/all-state meet. Isabelle Groulx was 20th (19:14.13) just in front of Contessa Silva in 21st. Both are only sophomores. The No. 3 local runner was Salem sophomore Lily Thomas in 31st in the 148-runner field. Portsmouth Christian junior Brianna Malone won the race in 18:03.77 while Dover won the team title.

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

North Andover finishes perfect

North Andover girls cross country finished the regular season undefeated (10-0), believed to be the first perfect regular season since the program was established in 1975, and clinched the MVC title by beating Andover (23-32) and Haverhill (16-47). Leyla Kvartnik (second, 18:40) and Luna Prochavova (third, 19:26) led the Scarlet Knights. Andover's Molly Kiley (18:13) placed first overall. The Golden Warriors beat the Hillies 18-43.  

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

Reggies run strong

 

After dropping their first two meets, Greater Lawrence's girls won their last six, capped by a 15-50 shutout of Notre Dame in which Erianna Valverde took first in a personal-best 21:55 on the 3.0-mile home Reggies' course. The Greater lawrence boys also won 15-50 led by Marcus Olivieri in 17:55 to finish 5-3.

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

Pentucket takes 3rd

 

Pentucket's girls cross country team finished an impressive third at the Bob McIntyre Invitational Friday night. Phoeve Rubio led the way, finishing 12th in 18:58.8, while Kaylie Dalgar came in 19th at 19:17.4.

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

Sweep dreams

The Haverhill girls swept Dracut and Tewksbury as Finleigh Simonds (20:26, 3.1 miles), Brynne LeCours and Lauren Downer went 1-2-4. The Hillie boys earned a split as Andreas Burgess and Ricardo Galloway went 2-3.

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

Knights roll

Methuen's Miana Caraballo ran away with it (19:30.6, 3.1 miles) but North Andover cruised in the meet with Leyla Kvaternik, Luna Prochazkova, Nicole Kroon and Leigha Leavitt taking the next four places.

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

Mack Plaque depth

 

Led by sophomore Tess Silva in second, Pinkerton's girls cross country team took places 2-6 and rolled past Londonderry 20-40 in the Mack Plaque matchup.

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

Powerful Pentucket

 

Pentucket's girls cross country team showed its strength with a 15-47 wipeout of Lynnfield. Kaylie Dalgar nipped teammate Phoebe Rubio for top honors with a 19:45 for 3 miles.

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

Scalding start

Methuen senior Miana Caraballo won by 78 seconds on home course (personal best 17:53, 2.86 miles) in season opening win over Chelmsford. Emily Charest took third and Alyssa Rosano fourth.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/08/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Simonds, Downer roll

Finleigh Simonds was the winner (19:36, 2.89 miles), Lauren Downer took third and Brynne LeCours was fourth to power Haverhill in a season-opening 25-30 win over Lowell.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/08/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Caraballo perfect

Methuen's Miana Caraballo completed a perfect dual meet season but North Andover girls cross country rolled to the 20-41 team win. Caraballo ran a scorching 17:58.5 at her 2.8 mile home course. The Knights took the next five spots led by Leyla Kvaternik (19:09.5) and Courtney Dalke (19:40.2).

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

Killian, Windham shine at Meet of Champions

NASHUA — Windham placed third and Sanborn fifth at the 45th annual boys Meet of Champions race Saturday at Mines Falls Park in Nashua (3.11 miles). 

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Girls Cross Country, 11/07/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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