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Prep Cross Country Roundup - November 4

Saturday, November 4, 2017

marylandMaryland - Results from Hatfield vs. McCoy Race Series (5K Cross Country) at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. (Contributed by Head Coach Randy Shank)

Esteban Kovacs: 19:32
Michael Williams: 28:12
Justin Gonzales: 35:18

Deaf Shadow Hills cross country runner has become one of the valley's fastest

By Nathan Brown

Shadow Hills HSAs Xavier Prep cross country coach Aron Lyons stands in front of 49 of the valley’s fastest male runners before the second Desert Valley League cross country meet of the year, Shadow Hills senior Luis Fernandez looks off to the side.

Lyons preps the varsity runners on the course, instructs them to take two giant steps back from the line and sends out a shrill “BEEP” that will be used as the race’s starting signal.

Read more & view video: http://www.desertsun.com/story/sports/high-school/xcountry/2017/10/31/deaf-shadow-hills-cross-country-runner-has-become-one-valleys-fastest/747594001/

Source: Desert Sun

Hearing loss can’t slow Shawnee cross-country runner

By Greg Billing

Shawnee HSSPRINGFIELD — The Shawnee Braves boys cross-country team is a good bet Saturday to qualify for the Division II state meet. And why not? One of the Braves top runners, senior Bailey Hoelscher, is pretty good at beating the odds.

When Hoelscher was born — he’s a triplet along with brothers Cameron and Lucas — he developed an infection in the lining of his colon. A doctor checking on another patient took a look at Hoelscher’s chart. An hour later he was transported from Miami Valley Hospital to Children’s Hospital for surgery. Hoelscher was given a 20 percent chance to live.

Read more: http://www.springfieldnewssun.com/sports/hearing-loss-can-slow-shawnee-cross-country-runner/SM26tlRoZn9pPQBkXDF3EO/

Source: Springfield News-Sun

Prep Cross Country Roundup - October 16

Saturday, October 14, 2017

marylandMaryland - Cross Country at the 40th Annual Frank Keyser Invitational - Boonsboro High School. (Contributed by Head Coach Randy Shank)

Esteban Kovacs: 18:30
Tyler Glennon: 21:45
Michael Williams: 27:55

Frank Keyser Invitational Results

Prep Cross Country Roundup - October 2

Saturday, September 30, 2017

marylandThe Maryland School for the Deaf Varsity Cross Country team competed in its second meet at Covenant Life Invitational with 20 participating schools. All three runners, Esteban Kovacs (20:06/34th place), Tyler Glennon (23:25/72nd place), and Justin Gonzales (40:11/81st place) finished the race with personal best times. The team will travel to Mount Airy next week to compete in the Mount Airy Christian Academy Invitational with two additional runners, Michael Williams (freshman) and Peter Thang (sophomore). (Contributed by Head Coach Randy Shank)

Prep Cross Country Roundup - September 23

Thursday, September 21, 2017

texasMeet Summary – Cross Country Meet #3 at Salado Tenroc Ranch.

Girls Varsity 5K: Annabelle Weaver (22:51); Jaida Scott (25:24); Kaitlyn Sucilla-Orozco (28:14); Kacie Smith (34:42).

Girls JV 2-mile: Kailin Campbell (21:57).

Boys Varsity 5K: Joe Cardenas (19:41); Brody Vukmonich (25:35); Tarique Sylvester (27:27).

Boys JV 5K: Pablo Castro (37:50); Heydon Davis (40:25) (2 miles).

The TSD Cross-Country Team traveled north to the Salado Tenroc Ranch CC Meet arriving early with the weather being overcast, cloudy skies, humid, temperatures in the 80s and climbing slowly. Tenroc Ranch is a country-style Texas ranch that is currently used for special occasions, weddings, and cross-country meets. The landscape is picturesque with rolling hills, grass, trees, a pond, a small stream, and winding paths. A great place for a challenging cross-country meet. Our runners did well, once again.

Freshman, Anabelle Weaver (22:51) led all TSD girls runners in the 5A-6A Varsity Girls Division. Also participating in the same 5A-6A Varsity Girls Division division are the following runners, Junior Jaida Scott (25:24) tied her season best, running a second straight 25:24, this time on a more challenging course, so we should see a personal record from her at the next race. Freshman Kaitlyn Sucilla-Orozco (28:14), who also is on the TSD JV volleyball team ran her first 5K ever and did very well achieving a sub 30-min 5K. Senior Kacie Smith (34:42) put in a solid effort, running steadily throughout, including a strong finish with a sprint. Senior Alondra Salas-Leon gave it her best shot at her first 5K as well, but did not finish as she sprained her ankle on the course.

Running in the 2-mile JV Girls Division was had Senior Kailin Campbell (21:57) showing a much better pacing effort. Senior Selina Garcia, ran her very best before being unable to continue with a sprained ankle.

The boys were led, once again, by Junior Joe Cardenas (19:41) who actually ran a season best on a much tougher course. Sophomore Brody Vukmonich (25:35) slightly increased his time from the previous meet, yet improved his Tenroc Ranch course time from 2016 by nearly three minutes. Rounding out all the boys who ran in the Varsity 1A-4A race was senior Tarique Sylvester (27:27), also with an increased time, but a personal best on this particular course.

Participating in the boys JV 1A-6A race, we had senior Pablo Castro (37:50) who completed his first full 5K run after finishing short at the previous meet. Pablo powered through the difficult course vowing a continuous run from start to finish. Sophomore Heydon Davis (40:25) doubled his distance from the previous meet finishing two miles with a much stronger effort and it paid off.

For complete results: http://profiteventservices.com/uploads/3/4/1/4/34144371/salado_cc_all_results_2017.htm# 2

*Contributed by Head Coach Nick Bannon

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