Press-Republican

October 9, 2013

Seton Catholic girls remain unbeaten in CVAC cross country


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BEEKMANTOWN — Seton Catholic remained undefeated with two meets remaining in the regular season after claiming victories over Beekmantown and Saranac Lake in girls’ Champlain Valley Athletic Conference cross country Tuesday.

Margaret Champagne led the charge for the Knights, claiming first in a time of 18:50. She was followed closely by teammates Melissa Whyman (18:58), Ashley Leta (19:02) and Sofia DeJordy (20:25). Maddy Munn (21:49) took 10th place.

Johanna Mohrs paced the Red Storm with a fifth-place finish in a time of 21:08 to help Saranac Lake grab a win over the Eagles.

Sophie Theron (21:22) finished in sixth, while Grace Sullivan (21:40) and Jacinda Riggs (21:47) took eighth and ninth, respectively.

Anna Stitt (21:25) led Beekmantown with a seventh-place finish.

The Eagles picked up a pair of wins on the boys’ side with six runners finishing in the top 10.

Colin Quackenbush grabbed second place in a time of 16:49. Jonathan Graziane (16:50), Jordan West (16:57) and Cory Couture (17:23) went third-through-fifth for Beekmantown. Everett Sapp (18:01) came in eighth, while Patrick Sullivan (18:25) was 10th.

Evan Page grabbed first overall in a time of 15:53 to lead the Knights to a win over the Red Storm. Caleb Moore (17:24) finished sixth, with Matte Cote (18:21) taking ninth.

Zane Palletieri paced Saranac Lake with a seventh-place finish in a time of 17:59.

Boys

Beekmantown 21, Seton Catholic 38

Beekmantown 16, Saranac Lake 47

Seton Catholic 22, Saranac Lake 33

Top 15 runners

1, Page (SC), 15:53. 2, Quackenbush (Beek), 16:49. 3, Graziane (Beek), 16:50. 4, J. West (Beek), 16:57. 5, C. Couture (Beek), 17:23. 6, Moore (SC), 17:24. 7, Pelletieri (SL), 17:59. 8, Sapp (Beek), 18:01, 9, Cote (SC), 18:21. 10, Sullivan (Beek), 18:25. 11, M. West (Beek), 18:26. 12, Rock (Beek), 18:34. 13, B. Couture (Beek), 18:49. 14, Murray (SC), 18:54. 15, Paul (SL), 19:33.

Girls

Seton Catholic 16, Beekmantown 39

Seton Catholic 19, Saranac Lake 36

Saranac Lake 19, Beekmantown 39

Top 15 runners

1, Champagne (SC), 18:50. 2, Whyman (SC), 18:58. 3, Leta (SC), 19:02. 4, DeJordy (SC), 20:25. 5, Mohrs (SL), 21:08. 6, Theron (SL), 21:22. 7, Stitt (Beek), 21:25. 8, Sullivan (SL), 21:40. 9, Riggs (SL), 21:47. 10, Munn (SC), 21:49. 11, Graziane (Beek), 23:11. 12, Garso (SL), 23:37. 13, Dodd (SL), 24:02, 14, Harvey (Beek), 25:26. 15, Baker (Beek), 25:36.

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PLATTSBURGH SWEEPS

PLATTSBURGH — Jeriqho Gadway captured the victory as four of his teammates came in behind him as the Hornets picked up wins over the Cougars and the Blue Bombers.

Gadway took the course in a time of 16:14. Robert Matthews (18:36), Connor Cota (18:37), Jake Messner (18:56) and Tuan Luu (19:04) rounded out the top five for Plattsburgh. Kenneth Hausrath (19:23) finished in eighth.

Anthony Piche led Northeastern Clinton to a victory over Lake Placid with a seventh-place finish in a time of 19:16.

Forest Ledger (19:06) paced the Blue Bombers, coming in sixth. Curtis Rissberger (19:24) and Scott Schulz (19:29) came in ninth and 10th, respectively.

Plattsburgh had runners finish in the fourth-through-10th spots to take down both Lake Placid and the Cougars in the girls’ race.

Claire Deshaies led the Hornets with a fourth-place finish in a time of 21:25. She was followed immediately by Alyssa Rector (22:00), Makenzie Baker (22:56), Ella Archer (23:01), Abie Cummings (23:26), Emma Jabaut (24:06) and Gabby Parrotte (24:31).

Samantha Smith paced Northeastern Clinton in a time of 20:50, good for a third-place finish. The Cougars grabbed a win over Lake Placid.

Nina Armstrong captured the overall victory for the Blue Bombers in a time of 20:02. Gabby Armstrong (20:26) took second.

Boys

Plattsburgh 15, Northeastern Clinton 48

Plattsburgh 15, Lake Placid 50

Northeastern Clinton 15, Lake Placid 50

Top 15 runners

1, Gadway (PHS), 16:14. 2, Matthews (PHS), 18:36. 3, Cota (PHS), 18:37. 4, Messner (PHS), 18:56. 5, Luu (PHS), 19:04. 6, Ledger (LP), 19:06. 7, Piche (NCCS), 19:16. 8, Hausrath (PHS), 19:23. 9, Rissberger (LP), 19:24. 10, S. Schulz (LP), 19:29. 11, Barton (PHS), 19:35. 12, Saulpaugh (LP), 20:02. 13, Esposito (PHS), 20:10. 14, Qudsi (PHS), 20:14. 15, Jabaut (PHS), 20:16.

Girls

Plattsburgh 20, Northeastern Clinton 43

Plattsburgh 15, Lake Placid 50

Northeastern Clinton 15, Lake Placid 50

Top 15 runners

1, N. Armstrong (LP), 20:02. 2, G. Armstrong (LP), 20:26. 3, Smith (NCCS), 20:50. 4, Deshaies (PHS), 21:25. 5, Rector (PHS), 22:00. 6, Baker (PHS), 22:56. 7, Archer (PHS), 23:01. 8, Cummings (PHS), 23:26. 9, Jabaut (PHS), 24:06. 10, Parrotte (PHS), 24:31. 11, Arless (NCCS), 24:40. 12, White (NCCS), 25:29. 13, Jarvis (NCCS), 26:18. 14, Skufia (LP), 26:35. 15, Creedon-Carey (PHS), 27:13.

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CHIEFS, SENTINELS WIN TWO, INDIANS, CHIEFS WIN TWO

SARANAC — The Chief’s Zach LaPage and the Sentinels’ Shawn Silliman went 1-2 to lead each team to two victories.

LaPage captured first overall with a time of 16:34, while Silliman took second in 17:01.

Sean Tyrell (17:31), Chad Dashnaw (17:34) and Justin Liechty (17:35) finished fourth-through-sixth for Saranac.

Tyler Belden (17:14) took third for Ticonderga, while Jacob Young (17:54) was seventh, Cody Parrott (18:21) took eighth and Coleman Granger (18:29), 10th.

Brady Terry (18:25) finished ninth in leading Peru past AuSable Valley.

Brandon Ruocco (18:58) paced the Patriots with a 13th-place finish.

Saranac’s Elysha O’Connell finished first with a time of 20:12 as the Chiefs picked up two wins.

Maria Remillard (20:56) was second as Peru was also a two-time winner. Meghan Mazzella (20:57) finished third, with Shauna Fliss (20:58) taking fourth. Cheyanne Dobozy (21:38) came in seventh, while Abby Adams (22:18) was ninth.

Abby Cerne (21:12) added a fifth-place finish for Saranac. Faith Haley (21:21) came in sixth, while Lydia Miner (22:36) finished 10th.

Naomi Forkas (21:44) led Ticonderoga with an eighth-place finish. Rachael Ford (25:18) came in 18th to pace the Patriots.

Boys

Saranac 26, Ticonderoga 29

Saranac 15, AuSable Valley 49

Ticonderoga 15, AuSable Valley 46

Ticonderoga 16, Peru 40

Peru 19, AuSable Valley 40

Top 20 runners

1, LaPage (Sar), 16:34. 2, Silliman (Ti), 17:01. 3, Belden (Ti), 17:14. 4, Tyrell (Sar), 17:31. 5, Dashnaw (Sar), 17:34. 6, Liechty (Sar), 17:35. 7, Young (Ti), 17:54. 8, Parrott (Ti), 18:21. 9, Terry (Peru), 18:25. 10, Granger (Ti), 18:29. 11, Kitterle (Sar), 18:31. 12,  Wade (Sar), 18:37. 13, Ruocco (AVC), 18:58. 14, Bova (Sar), 19:10. 15, Feazelle (Peru), 19:13. 16, Thew (Peru), 19:31. 17, Cringle (Sar), 19:41. 18,  Archambault (Peru). 20:00. 19, Madden (Sar), 20:02. 20, Cook (Ti), 20:02.

Girls

Peru 15, AuSable Valley 50

Peru 15, Ticonderoga 50

Saranac 15, AuSable Valley 50

Saranac 15, Ticonderoga 50

Top 20 runners

1, O’Connell (Sar), 20:12. 2, Remillard (Peru), 20:56. 3, Mazzella (Peru), 20:57. 4, Fliss (Peru), 20:58. 5, Cerne (Sar), 21:12. 6, F. Haley (Sar), 21:21. 7, Dobozy (Peru), 21:30. 8, Forkas (Ti), 21:44. 9, A. Adams (Peru), 22:18. 10, Miner, (Sar). 22:36. 11, Barber (Sar), 22:49. 12, L. Haley (Sar), 22:50. 13, Strong (Sar), 22:51. 14, Durocher (Peru), 22:53. 15, L. Adams (Peru), 23:39. 16, Rugar (Sar), 24:14. 17,  Rock (Peru), 25:00. 18, Ford (AVC), 25:18. 19, Dandrow (Sar), 25:45. 20, Patenaude (AVC) 26:26.