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Girls Cross Country

Cain leads the pack

Andover's Sarah Cain took first overall in 20:45 as the Golden Warriors beat Methuen 22-36. Sara Fragione led the Rangers in second overall in 21:10.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/20/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Streak snapped

Abby Mastromonaco finished second (17:55) and Courtney Dalke third (17:56) on the 2.7-mile course as North Andover stunned powerhouse Tewksbury 25-32 in its first meet of the season. According to Knights coach Rick Dellechiaie, it is Tewksbury's first loss in over two years and 20-plus meets.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

DeRoche dazzles

Gabby DeRoche traversed Chelmsford 3.1-mile course in 20:27 to help Haverhill earn a 23-32 win. She's taken first in both of the Hillies' dual meets to start the season.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Opening win

 

Methuen's girls cross country team gave new coach Billy Hart a season-opening win, 24-31 over Chelmsford. Sara Fragione paced the way with a strong second place finish.  Senior Makayla St. Onge was fourth in her first cross country race.. 

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Girls Cross Country, 09/12/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Good debut

Salem freshman Bethany Graham blitzed the 2.5-mile Timberlane course in 16:38 to take first and lead the Blue Devils to a season-opening tri-meet win.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/04/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Fragione moves up

 

In her first year of cross country, Methuen junior Sara Fragione started slowly, but she certainly came on strong as the season progressed. On Saturday, she led ll local girl funners at the Division 1 All-State meet, finishing 22nd overall in a fine time of 19:18.02 on Wrentham's 5K course.

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Girls Cross Country, 11/18/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cain takes 9th

 

Tewksbury, which had three of the top four places and five of the top 8, rulled the MVC girls meet but several local underclassmen gace hope for the future Saturday.

Andover junior Sarah Cain was the top local finisher, in ninth, one spot ahead of Methuen junior Sara Fragione while Haverhill sophomore Gabby Deroche was 15th and North Andover freshman Abby Mastromonaco was 21st.

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Girls Cross Country, 10/28/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros' girls win it

 

MANCHESTER — In her first championship meet test, Pinkerton senior Britney Johnson came through, and it's a good thing she did.

Johnson, the soccer and track standout doubling in cross country for the first time, finished eighth overall as the Astros' third ruunner to pace the Astros to their third straight Division 1 title with 49 points to edge a young but talented Bishop Guertin team by six points.

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Girls Cross Country, 10/28/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Course record

 

Pentucket's  Siobhan O’Keefe set a course record at Triton's home course, placing first, but the Sachems fell to Triton 27-29. 

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Girls Cross Country, 10/23/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Third win for Sousa

 

Georgetown freshman Grace Sousa finished first for the third time this year in a 24-35 loss to Lynnfield. 

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Girls Cross Country, 10/18/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Raiders win title

 

Central Catholic's girls cross country team wrapped up the MVC large school title by whipping Billerica 15-44. Janessa Nault finished first for the Raiders (9-1) with a 5K time of 19:47.

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Girls Cross Country, 10/18/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros' girls 4th

 

The Pinkerton girls cross country team, led by sophomore Meghan Cross, placed fourth at the prestigious championship race at the Brown Invitational. Cross was ninth overall in an impressive personal-best time of 18:08. Britney Johnson, making her cross country debut, was the Astros' fifth runner with a 19:22.

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Girls Cross Country, 10/14/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central grabs 3rd

 

Central Catholic's girls captured third place in the A division of the Bay State Invitational, which was won by Wellesley. The Raiders had a strong pack, led by Kathryn Montgomery, Janessa Nault and Kelsey Seamans, who finished 11-12-15. Close behind in 18th was Lily Angluin, who was the second freshman finisher.

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Girls Cross Country, 10/14/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Jones wins it

 

North Andover's Michaela Jones finished first in 19:16 for 5K and Phillips Academy's girls took the top three spots in a 24-36 win over Choate.

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Girls Cross Country, 10/07/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Luther prevails

 

Senior Claire Luther placed first for the second time this year but the Whittier girls had to settle for a split, falling to unbeaten Chelsea while defeating Notre Dame of Tyngsboro.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/27/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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