, Newburyport, MA


November 12, 2012

Newburyport boys cross-country team wins title


The Sachems girls were led by Marissa Porter (8th; 19:48), who will be heading to the All-States next week, Kasey Mann (43rd; 21:05), Emma Marchant (62nd; 21:53), Brianna Repke (65th; 21:59), Jordan Balletto (123rd; 23:41), and Kristen Olson (140th; 24:26).

In Division 5, the Amesbury Indians girls team placed 12th with 347 points and were led by Julia Shorter (12th; 20:12), Rene Vigneault (37th; 20:57), Sam Stone (51st; 21:33), Emily Pugh (118th; 23:28), Abby Tamburello (129th; 24:09), Morgan Fahey (132nd; 24:13), and Julia Schlich (143rd; 24:30).

The Indian boys team finished 23rd with 593 points in Division 5 competition. They were led by Liam Gallagher (72nd; 18:19), Legg Cole (105th; 18:50), Riley O’Connor (119th; 19:09), Austin Parker (134th; 19:32), Jackson Kulik (163rd; 20:08), Brian Chabot (189th; 20:58), and Jon Ellen (191st; 21:08).

The Viking boys of Triton placed 25th in Division 4 with 689 points, and were paced by Sam Auwerda (117th; 19:08), Drew Collins (136th; 19:26), Dmitri Hunt (143rd; 19:39), Will McCaffrey (144th; 19:39), Dan Horgan (149th; 19:43), and Curran Callewaert (150th; 19:45).

The Triton girls team placed eighth in Division 4 with 228 points, and were led by Liz Willmonton (22nd; 20:24), Elise Mitchell (30th; 20:58), Maureen Moore (43rd; 21:33), Ceili Riccio (48th; 21:51), Madison Estes (85th; 22:58), Nicole Sullivan (107th; 23:47), and Bridget Moran (116th; 24:14).

In Division 6 competition, the Georgetown Royals boys team placed 14th with 370 points. They were led by Tom Mulligan (9th; 17:20), who qualified for the All-States meet, Nick Mammolette (65th; 19:06), Casey Reale (72nd; 19:14), Cameron Durkee (107th; 19:50), Alex Brannon (117th; 19:57), Ted Kosciuszek (121st; 20:01), and Max Mogavero (165th; 21:28).

The Georgetown girls team placed 23rd with 601 points in Division 6 competition, and were led by Kylie Hayward (61st; 22:29), Shea Mcfadden (65th; 22:41), Chantelle Lampert (144th; 25:44), Justine Maloberti (158th; 26:51), Kayla Finamore (173rd; 28:15), and Jen Hauer (179th; 29:23).

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