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Girls Cross Country

North Reading falls short

North Reading couldn’t keep pace with strong Hamilton-Wenham (17-46) and Triton (21-34) squads and fell to 0-3 on the year. Kristen Moulton finished sixth for the Hornets and Caroline McBride was 13th.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/11/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Shorthanded North Andover still cruises

Even with senior ace Kirsten Kasper resting a sore ankle, North Andover whipped Amesbury (15-48) and Georgetown (15-50). Karissa Mako took top honors for the Knights, running 17:53 for 2.85 miles at Harold Parker Park. She was followed in order by Olivia Marhsall (18:14), Lindsey Wray, Molly Carroll and Katrina Martyn.

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Poretta stands out in defeat

Pentucket sophomore Alanna Poretta won her duel with Masconomet senior standout Abby D’Agostino, but it wasn’t enough as the Sachems fell to the Chieftains 27-30. Poretta pulled away for an 18:41 on Bradley Palmer’s 3.1-mile layout, nine seconds ahead of D’Agostino. April O’Brien was third in 20:01 and Amy Babeu was seventh for the Sachems (3-1), who did defeat Wilmington 25-30.

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Matayer's personal best not enough

Central Catholic senior Stephanie Matayer finished first on the Raiders’ home course, running a career-best 20:28 for 3.1 miles, but Billerica prevailed with a season-opening 22-36 victory. For the Raiders, Allie Hillner and Christine Schaffer finished sixth and seventh and Beverly Wang was 10th.

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Haverhill's McNaughton breaks sister's course record in win over Andover

Haverhill bested Andover 15-48. The Hillies’  Christine McNaughton broke her sister Colleen’s course record (19:56 in 2005) with a time of 19:36. For the Golden Warriors, Shannon Cooney came in eighth in 21:57.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/10/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Methuen defeated by Dracut

Methuen fell to Dracut 19-42. Ranger Anne Bajor came in third in 20:01 while Jillian Baillargeon (21:04) and Brooke Baldassari (21:35) finished sixth and tenth.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/10/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Panthers lose heartbreaker

PMA captured six of the top nine places, but Notre Dame took the top three positions and prevailed with a 27-30 victory. Danielle Silva led the way, in fourth, and Samantha Ventolieri came in fifth.

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

MVC Girls Cross Country: Hillies set for battle among powers

Girls Cross Country

OVERVIEW: Haverhill returns its entire top seven from a 9-1 squad that finished fourth in the Division 1 All-State Meet, but coach Mike Maguire is hardly expecting a cakewalk through the league.

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Girls Cross Country, 09/05/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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