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10/6 Dual Meet - Results


Grout Invitational - Results

-Boys: led by a 3-4 finish by Ethan Carey annd Kevin Bouyea, Queensbury edges out Niskayuna 46-47 to win the Division I team title Carey (13:49.0) and Bouyea (14:09.0) were also helped by Antonino Manzella (7th,14:14.4) and Cody Metcalfe (11th,14:49.7) placing in the top 15. Niskayuna got top ten finished from Charles Ragone (2nd,13:42.7), Joseph Quinn (6th,14:14.0), and Colin Ross (9th,14:44.1). Shaker's Paul Nichols won his first invitational of the year finishing in 13:34.6, eight seconds ahead of Ragone.

     Bethlehem was led by individual champion, Dawson Homer, and placed three more in the top ten to win the Division II title over C.B.A. 39-46. Bethlehem was also helped by Cameron Davis (14:24.9), Lucas Culley (14:43.5), and Derek Baranski (14:50.6) taking the 7th though 9th places respectively. Riley Grossman (14th,15:10.0) completed their top five. C.B.A. had top ten finishes by Mike Carnavos (2nd,13:55.9), Kevin LaFleche (4th,14:06.1), and Mike Flowers (6th,14:18.9).

      Sauquoit Valley's Dylan Canarelli took the individual champion as Sauquoit Valley places four in the top ten to win the Division C team title over Taconic Hills 49-95. Canarelli finished in 14:11.6, 22 seconds ahead of Kevin Malen of Windham-Ashland-Jewett. Taylor Philpotts (7th,14:49.7), Zachary Ward (8th,14:51.7), and Sean Kehler (9th, 14:55.1) also placed in the top ten for Sauquoit. Taconic Hills had Trey Hotaling (3rd,14:39.5) and Ben Fasciano (4th,14:44.5) place in the top five.

-Girls: Alex Harris and Katelyn Tuohy crosseed the line together to lead North Rockland to easily win the Division I title over Shaker 20-58. North Rockland placed their top five all in the top eight as Haleigh Morales (4th,16:09.5), Kerry O'Connor (7th,16:29.7), and Claire Tantillo (8th,16:35.0) finished their top five. Shaker was led by top ten finishes by Maryanna Lansing (3rd,15:43.8) and Rachel Brown (10th,16:36.3).

      Colonie got a 1-2 finish from Kathryn Tenney and Amanda Chambers and placed four in the top ten to win the Division II title over Niskayuna 27-70. Tenney finished in 15:24.5, 34 seconds over her teammate as Colonie also got top ten finishes by Carolyn Pellegrini (6th,16:31.7) and Bellame Bower (9th,16:43.3). Niskayuna was led by a 5th place finish by Amelia Kokernak (16:22.5). Broadalbin-Perth places three in the top ten to take the Division C title over Fonda-Fultonville 74-93. Broadalbin-Perth was led by a 5th place finish by Celina Onzo (16:59.1) with Mackenzie DeZolt (8th,17:16.5) and Gabrielle Larsen (9th,17:21.1) also placing in the top ten. Fonda-Fultonville was led by a 10th place finish by Kacie Hunter (17:26.8)  Schalmont's Julia Flower took her second individual title in three years over her sister Kerry finishing in 15:48.2. Kerry Flower held off Hudson's Alexandra Bartolotta by two seconds to take second.     


John Killian K-Dawg Invitational - Results

-Chris Hughes of Glens Falls wins the indiviidual title over Schuylerville Spencer Swoboda by 12 sceonds to lead his team to the team title over Scotia-Glenville 42-47. Hughes finished in 15:44.1 and was helped by top ten finishes from Nick Lee (3rd,15:57.6) and Cameron Giordano (10th,17:16.8). Scotia-Glenville was led by top ten finishes by Grant Norton (4th, 16;10.8) and Jacob Greski (5th,16:17.4).

     South Glens Falls takes the 2nd through 4th places and six out of the top twelve places to easily win the girls team title over Voorheesville 19-78. Amber Decresente (2nd,18:55.6), Regina Rosati (3rd,18:56.0), and Kiana Bennett (4th,19;05.3) took the second through fourth spots respectively with Martha Depoy (10th,20:36.5) and Brooke LaCarte (10th,20:36.5) finished out South Glens Falls' top five. Voorheesville was led by a 12-13 finish by Robin Wakeley (20:46.2) and Sydney Wilson (21:01.6). Schuylerville's Ashley Watson win the individual title in 18:47.6, eight seconds over DeCresente as Schuylerville placed three in the top ten but were incomplete.


McQuaid Invitational Results -

-Greenwich's Colin Beasor placed 6th in the boys unseeded A-2 race

-Greenville's Sean McAneny, after recoveringg from injury for most of September, places 5th in the Seeded A race in 15:34.3.

-Brynne Wright pplaces 10th in 18:12.4 to lead the Greenwich girls to a second place finish in the Seeded A race behind out of state school, Villa Maria Academy. More importantly,  Greenwich's solidifies their #1 ranking in the state for Class D beating out 3rd place Maple Grove (ranked #2), 4th place Tully (ranked #3), and 6th place Trumansburg (ranked #4). 5th ranked Seton Catholic and 6th ranked Norwood-Norfolk only brought individuals.

-Evan Scott place 4th in 17:45.7 to lead thee Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake girls to the Seeded AA team title over Glebe Collegiate 58-110. Emily Dingman (12th, 18:19.9), Lily Dingman (18th, 18:41.8), and Marina Jerry (19th, 18:42.) also places in the top 20 for the Spartans.

-Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake boys place 3rd inn the Seeded AA race led by Kevin Gideon's 26th place finish in 15:43.1.Class B #1 Pittsford-Mendon took the team title ahead of Class A #7 Xavier. Class B #5 Brighton placed 5th. Defending Class B champion, Noah Affolder of Carthage wins in 14:14.9, breaking the course record previously held by Mickey Burke.

-Class A 4th ranked Shenendehowa girls take the seeded AAA race over a strong team from Centerville OH 75-81, with East Aurora in 3rd with 96 and Class A #3 Monroe-Woodbury in 4th with 107 pts. Shen was led by a 5th place finish by Danielle Jordan in 17:10.6 with Julia Zachgo (10th,17:38.6) and Charlotte Hartman (15th,17:50.1) placing in the top 15 to help the team.


9/29 Dual Meet Results


Queensbury Invitational - Results

Boys-Aidan Tooker breaks the course record to lead his Saratoga Springs team to the team title over runner-up Kingston 54-91. Tooker finished in 15:04.0, beating runner-up Paul Nichols of Shaker by 48 seconds. Saratoga was also led by Ethan North (6th,16:15.4), Declan Hines (13th,16:30.5), Will Messier (16th,16:36.6), and Will Navin (18th,16:44.0) all placing in the top 20. Kingston was led by Thorr Trowbridge's 3rd place finish in 15:57.9).

     Greg and Matt Fusco placed 2nd and 3rd respectively to help Somers easily take the Division II team title over Chittenango 44-106 with Schuylerville in third with 124 points. Somers placed four runner in the top ten with Mark Worsley (6th,17:16.5) and Nico Papalia (9th,17:29.4) helping out. Chittenango was led by individual winner Mike Capeling who finished in 16:31.7, four seconds ahead of Greg Fusco. Schuylerville had a 4-5 finish by Spencer Swoboda (17:10.5) and Matt Palmer (17:16.2)

Girls- Saratoga Springs put five in the top eight to easily win the team title over runner-up Sachem East from Section 11 20-80. Saratoga was led by individual champion Kelsey Chmiel who won in 17:27.1, 35 seconds ahead of runner-up Diana Vizza of North Shore. Chmiel was helped by top ten finishes by Paris Fenoff (3rd,18:14.2), Peyton Engborg (5th,18:19.1), Amelia Mahoney (6th,18:20.8), and Ciara Knott (8th,18:31.4). Sachem Eat was led by a ninth place finish by Alexandra DeCicco in 18:36.8.

     Schuylerville's Ashley Watson and Julia Freemire place 3rd and 4th place respectively to lead Schuylerville to the Division II team title edging out Chatham 61-63 with Section 1's Somers in third with 69 points. Schuylerville places three in the top ten with Watson (19:39.5) and Freemire (19:42.8) and helped out with Caitlin Scavone's 9th place finish in 20:28.0. Chatham got top ten finishes from Hallie Allen (6th,20:06.8) and MacKenzie Borsch (10th,20:47.4). Greenville's Olivia Baumann took her second individual title in two weeks with a win in 19:09.2, four seconds ahead of runner-up Monica Strain of Maple Hill (19:13.7).


E.J. Herrmann Invitational - Results from Leone Timing


9/22 Dual Meet - Results


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Galway Invitational - Results


Fort Plain Invitational - Results


Ballston Spa Invitational - Results



9/15 & 9/16 Dual Meet - Results

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Blackbird Invitational - Results

Boys: Glens Falls, lead by individual champion, Chris Hughes, place three in the top 20 to beat out defending champion C.B.A for the team title 91-102.  Hughes finished in 17:11, ten seconds faster than C.B.A.'s Mike Carnavos. Also helping Glens Falls were Nick Lee (5th, 17:56), and Chad St. John (20th,18:54).  C.B.A's Carnavos finished 2nd in 17:21, 14 seconds faster than teammate Mike Flowers (3rd,17:35), with Brian LaFleche (21st,18:58) helping out. C.B.A. was without their top runner Kevin LaFleche. Albany Academy placed third lead by Max Tulchinsky (4th,17:51).

Girls: Broadalbin-Perth placed five in the top 15 to easily take the girls title over runner-up Mohonasen 51-112. The Patriots were lead by Celina Onzo's (21:29) 5th place finish. then then packed the 11th-14th spots to take the win, lead by Mackenzie DeZolt (22:08), Gabrielle Larsen (22:27), Cadey Nolan (22:29), and Jordyn DeNeuville (22:30) respectively. Mohonasen had top 20 finishes by Emma Sinisgalli (9th,21:49) and Jourdyn Nicholson (19th,23:01.). Schalmont placed third lead by individual champion Julia Flower, who finished in 19:04, over a minute faster then runner-up Monica Strain of Maple Hill (20:21), to defend her title. Schalmont also got a 3rd place finish by Kerry Flower (20:30).


Springstead Invitational - Complete Results

Varsity Boys:
Aidan Tooker of Saratoga Springs takes the individual title over Colonie's Jake Johnson in 15:11.6, to Johnson's 15:47.9, with Guilderland's Noah Carey in a close third in 15:54.1. Saratoga wins the team title over Guilderland 58-79. Along with Tooker Saratoga was lead by Ethan North (10th,16:24.9), Will Messier (11th, 16:29.3), and Will Navin (13th,16:39.7) all placing in the top 15. Guilderland had top 15 placing by Noah Tindale (6th,16:08.7), and Jared Capuano (12th,16:29.2)
Varsity Girls
Kelsey Chmiel of Saratoga takes the individual title by 2 seconds over teammate Paris Fenoff 17:55.4 to 17:57.0. Saratoga also swept the first 7 spots to easily win the team title over Colonie 15-91. Peyton Engborg (3rd, 18:16.8), Amelia Mahoney (4th, 18:30.2, and Alexandra Delnicki (5th, 18:36.2) completed the sweep for Saratoga. Colonie was lead by a 9-10 finish by Amanda Chambers (18:54.4) and Kathryn Tenney (19:15.5).


Looking for yesterday's dual meet results, I only received the dual meet scores from the Bethlehem meet.


Guilderland Invitational -Results


Niskayuna XC Ekiden - Results


Fonda-Fultonville Invitational - Results


Section 2 All-Time Outdoor Lists: Boys & Girls

coaches, please look them over as there were many additions this season and may have missed one or two.


2015 Cross Country Invitationals - Meet Info

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Updated 8/24: Added Ballston Spa info