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Centennial cross country scores big at Spiked Shoe Invitational

Cross Country Running

The Centennial girls cross country team continued its dominance Saturday, winning the overall Girls Elite team race at the Spiked Shoe Invitational at Wyman Park in Baltimore.

The Eagles scored 53 points, narrowly defeating second place finisher Walter Johnson (57). Calvert (126), Wootton (144) and Century (148) rounded out the top five.  

Shreya Nalubola finished third overall with a time of 18:51—closely behind winner Ellie Gonzalez (Catholic, 18:38), and second place, finisher Isabel Griffith (Dulaney, 18:43).

Centennial girls: 2. Nalubola; 7. Devin McIntyre, 19:46; 10. Ally Driscoll, 20:04; 13. Ilana Harris, 20:11; 21. Anna Li, 20:35; 23. Kara Taylor, 20:38; 38. Alyssa Taylor, 21:15.

Howard also competed in the Girls Elite, placing 12th overall with 275 points. Gabby Rayner was the Lions’ top runner, finishing with a time of 20:59.

Howard girls: 28. Rayner; 52. Melissa Pratt, 21:36; 53. Melissa Froh, 21:37; 65. Maura Mead, 22:04; 77. Winnie Tsao, 22:23; 80. Courtney Mann, 22:31; 83; Emily Hawkins, 22:44.

In the Boys Elite race, Alec Font led all Howard County runners, finishing third with a time of 16:08. Severna Park’s Ryan Forsyth and Rhys Burgett finished first and second respectively.

Centennial finished fourth in the boys team results with 167 points. Fellow Howard County schools that also participated were Mt. Hebron (sixth, 204 points), Atholton (17th, 339) and Howard (18th, 433). Severna Park finished first with 54 points.

Centennial boys: 3. Font; 19. Hutson Baumann, 16:37; 38. Griffin Riddler, 17:15; 51. Andrew Durkee, 17:26; 56. Luke Mitchell, 17:32; 80. Michael Cai, 18:03; Andrew Conca-Cheng, 18:28.

Mt. Hebron boys: 12. Ben Weinstein, 16:26; 30. Corey Hamilton, 16:56; 39. Ryan Huyett, 17:15; 55. Sam Edmondson, 17:30; 68. Garrett Poston, 17:48; 72. Jake Edmondson, 17:54; 79; Jimmy Hayden, 17:57.

Atholton boys: 32. Timothy Bernard, 16:59; 43. Eddie Quinn, 17:18; 75. Daniel Smolyak, 17:55; 81. Francisco LeFors, 18:06; 108. Bryce Rosicky, 18:45; 114. Fergus Hall, 18:53; 115. Grant D’Agrosa, 18:53.

Howard boys: 41. Luke Filar, 17:16; 88. Devin Rowell, 18:17; 92. Justin Hicks, 18:23; 99. Marcell Jones, 18:32; 113. Joshua Olivier, 18:52; 117. Matthew Eastman, 18:55; Reilly Butler, 127.

In the Girls Large Varsity race, Wilde Lake finished third overall with 136, with Mt. Hebron close behind in fourth (161). 

Albert Einstein finished first overall with 58.

Wilde Lake’s Elise McGinnis led all Howard County runners, finishing tenth with a time of 20:56.

Wilde Lake girls: 10. McGinnis; 11. Alexis Carroll, 20:57; 12. Julia Orloff, 20:57; 47. Kate McHale, 22:51; 56. Brenda Rosas, 23:13; 64. Lindsay Tuttle, 23:44.

Mt. Hebron girls: 14. Eileen Zohorsky, 21:01; 28. Karina Aquiahuatl, 21:48; 29. Kayla Snyder, 21:52; 39. River Williams, 22:34; 51. Eleanor Zhang, 22:57; 73. Grace Lechmann, 24:29; 76. Angela Ma, 24:47.

Hammond participated in both Girls and Boys Small Varsity races. The boys finished 11th overall with 277 points. Liberty won the overall team race with 53 points.

On the girls side, the Golden Bears finished seventh overall with 194. McDonogh placed first (68).

Hammond boys: 40. Nebiyu Samuel, 19:11; 49. Colin Pinkerton, 19:25; 51. Jonathan Gorel, 19:35; 58. Wudood Omran, 20:00; 79. Aidan Mucci, 20:38; 86. Josh Burrell, 20:58.

Hammond girls: 3. Julia Reed, 19:48; 16. Rachel Sandler, 21:49; 31. Emma Denlinger, 22:53; 69. Alicia Feliciano, 26:06; 75. Isabella Perez-Ligone, 26:50.

River Hill in action at William & Mary

The Hawks girls and boys teams traveled to Williamsburg on Saturday to compete in the William & Mary Invitational.

On the boys side, the Hawks finished third overall with 142 points. Chris Heydrick was the school’s top finisher, placing fifth with a time of 16:35.10.

River Hill boys: 5. Heydrick; 23. Marshall Demaree, 17:15.10; 31. Mark Moody, 17:32.20; 40. Trent Rose, 17:49.90; 43. Rahul Reddy, 17:56.10; 62. Terry Tossman, 18:31.30; 69. Tanzer Balimtas, 18:43.00.

For the girls, Allison Krein led the Hawks to a second-place finish overall with 77 points. Krein finished second in the individual race with a time of 19:01.40.

River Hill girls: 2. Krein; 17. Elizabeth Oldhouser, 20:57.90; 21. Eileen Ying, 21:04.50; 22. Courtney Colosimo, 21:05.40; 28. Becca Andersen, 21:21.20; 32. Owen Dannelly, 21:47.70; 39. Stacy Young, 21:55.10.

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