Fastest 100 Boys' Times From WMC XC Championship on St Joe's Course
Articles with Silas Eastman
The WMC Championships are set to go off Friday afternoon at St. Joseph's College in Standish. The Yorkgirls' won the Division 1 title last year, while Falmouth, who is no longer in the conference, took the boys' title. In Division 2, the St. Dominic girls' and Wells boys' were winners.
Check out our viewers guide to the three NCAA XC Championships being held this weekend. Maine will be well represented with 15 representative between the three meets.
What Maine athletes made it to the big dance? Check out all the athletes who will be representing the 207 at the various national meet this weekend
WATERVILLE, Maine — Colby College's David Chelimo (Nyahururu, Kenya) was named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year in men's cross country and earned second team all-league honors along with teammate Silas Eastman (Chatham, N.H.) on Tuesday. (via www.colby.edu)
It was a great 2012-2013 in both cross country and track across the Great State of Maine. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
Dan Curts narrowly edged Silas Eastman at the Telegram All-State meet, and for Runner of the Year honors. (via www.pressherald.com)
Thee Maine Track and Cross Country Coaches Assocation XC All-State team has been announced
Let's take a look back at the top senior xc runners from the 2012 season as we wrap up XC and get ready for indoors.
Check out the 2012 WMC XC All-Conference team.
Now the the XC season is over, the SB Report is ready to hand out it's annual end of the season awards. Let's check out the Jack Kelly Award for the boys MVP
Neale & Knight went 1 - 2 once again. Amy-Eloise Neale of Glacier Peak and Joe Hardy of Seattle Prep triumphed at Eagle island on Saturday and headed a field, which qualified to race in Portland. Here is an in depth looked at the race plus odds & ends from around the nation.
The 78th New England Championship will take place this weekend at the Twin Brook Recreation Park in Cumberland, ME. The boys meet features some top individuals, in what promises to be a fast and intense race. Check out the boys meeet preview for individuals and teams.
Let's take a look back at the race of the day at the Maine State XC Championships, the Class B boys race between Dan Curts of Ellsworth & Silas Eastman of Fryeburg Academy. Curts edged Eastman 15:47.62 to 15:47.66, check out the great pictures we have of the race.
Dan Curts & Silas Eastman hooked up in another race for the ages as the two battled each other every setp of the way, and it was only a lean by Curts that gave him the win by just .04 seconds. On the girls side Bethanie Brown ran away with the title as expected, Brown clocked 17:56 to run the fastest time of the day for all girls. The Cape Elizabeth boys used a strong close to get by defending champs Falmouth by 11 points. On the girls side defending champion MDI repeated with another impressive performance in a state meet, the Trojans won by 32 points!
Maine State XC Boys State meet previews for each class, check out who the favorites are for the individual & team titles.
Elijah Armstrong of Pocatello In the northwest Oregon & Washington runners made their final adjustments prior to their State qualifiers & Idaho runners ran their qualifiers. The big news was on the national level, where Sara Baxter put in a performace, that was perhaps second only to that of Melody Fairchild. Baxter ran three miles (not a 5K) at Mt. SAC in 16:00.
Silas Eastman of Fryeburg cruised to the boys WM title as he was able to ease up over the last half of the race to win in 16:47. On the girls side Greely's Kirstin Sandreuter was the only girl in the race below 20 minutes as she stopped the clock at 19:57. The Cape Boys had a strong performance to win by 46 points while the Falmouth girls had a convincing win on the girls side. Check out our meet coverage and find out who is moving on to the state meet
Who is going punch their ticket to the state meet next weekend? Who is going challenge for the individual titles? What teams are the favorites to earn the hardware? Check out MaineTrackXC's previews of all three classes
Silas Eastman won again on the boys side while Kirsten Sandreuter was the best for the girls. Falmouth boys where the best in D1, while Fryeburg took the D2 title. On the girls side Greely was the best in D1, while Yarmouth prevailed in D2. Check out all the action....
This is conference championship week, let's take a look at the WMC Championship with an in-depth look at the individual and team favorites.
Check out a new weekly feature called the "Leaders of the Pack" that will be posted every Thursday, where we will highlight the Top 10 Individuals statewide based on 5k & 3mi times from the season. Week #5
MaineTrackXC caught up with Fryeburg's Silas Eastman last week after his runner-up finish at the Manchester Invitational
Check out "The SB Report" week #4 Boys Individual XC Power Rankings
It was a big day for Maine runners at the Manchester Invitational. In the girls small school race, Aleta Looker finished 1st, with Greely's Kirsten Sandreuter in 2nd, and her teammate Eva Bates in 3rd. In the boys small school race, Dan Curts edged Silas Eastman as both were timed in 15:42, the times were the fastest of the meet 3 races. Check out more coverage.
Check out a new weekly feature called the "Leaders of the Pack" that will be posted every Thursday, where we will highlight the Top 10 Individuals statewide based on 5k & 3mi times from the season. Week #3
Check out "The SB Report" week #3 Boys Individual XC Power Rankings
Check out a new weekly feature called the "Leaders of the Pack" that will be posted every Thursday, where we will highlight the Top 10 Individuals statewide based on 5k & 3mi times from the season. Week #2
Check out "The SB Report" week #2 Boys Individual XC Power Rankings
The Maine Running Company XCPerformance of the Week voting is complete for week #1. On the girls side Bethanie Brown was the winner, while Fryeburg Academy's Silas Eastman was selected on the boys side.
Check out "The SB Report" week #1 Boys Individual XC Power Rankings
Check out a new weekly feature called the "Leaders of the Pack" that will be posted every Thursday, where we will highlight the Top 10 Individuals statewide based on 5k & 3mi times from the season.
Each week we will recap every meet that happened during the previous week, it will include results, photos, videos & any standout performances. Make sure you keep updated on what's going on across this state, this will be your one stop for it all. Week #2 now posted
Each week we will recap every meet that happened during the previous week, it will include results, photos, videos & any standout performances. Make sure you keep updated on what's going on across this state, this will be your one stop for it all.
In preparation for the 2012 XC season we will highlight the top 15 returners for both boys & girls. Check back as we will feature one boy & girl a day for the next 2 weeks. Today's feature: #1 returners
Check out our Beach to Beacon 10k recap, find out how the high school athletes fared in this elite event. Leading the way was Silas Eastman (Fryeburg Academy) 33:39.7 & Kirstin Sandreuter (Greely) 38:47.8.
Check out the top returning Class B Boys XC individuals from the 2011 results.
While the Fourth of July celebrates America's birthday, it's also one of the most popular days for road races. Check out the recap of all the races around the state today.
The Maine girls were impressive at the front of the pack at the NE XC Championships this morning. Leading the way with a 3rd place finish from Cheverus's was Emily Durgin (18:28), then 3 more Mainers packed it in the top 8 with Bethanie Brown (Watervile) in 5th (18:35), Abby Mace (Maranacook) 7th (18:40), & Fiona Hendry (Cheverus) 8th (18:40). Also earning All-NE honors on the girls side was a pair of Windjammers from Camden, Brittany Bowman 17th (18:56) & the top freshman in the meet Willow Parker 23rd (19:00). The Maine boys were equally impressive with Madison's Matt McClintock finishing in 3rd place overall (15:39), with 4 others earning top 13 finishes. Harlow Ladd (Messalonskee) had the best race of his xc career as he moved up well over the 5k course to finish 9th (16:01), just holding off Silas Eastman (Fryeburg) 10th (16:02), in 11th was Tim Follo (Falmouth) 16:11, with Chase Brown of Boothbay crossing in 13th (16:17). Also earning All-NE honors was Dan Curts of Ellsworth who finished 19th (16:19). Check out more coverage from MaineTrackXC...
New England has weathered a freak early season storm, but its disruptive nature has created lasting implications for the New England Championships. Power outages and muddy conditions across the region wreaked havoc on the post season in many of the participating states. As a result, getting a true sense of the race depth is difficult because of the modifications made to many of the traditional qualifying courses, and the postponement of the Connecticut State Open Championships to November 8th. But it’s the unknown that makes this sport so exciting.
The #1 ranked Falmouth lived up to expectations as they dominated the boys WMC XC Championships @ St. Joe's college this afternoon. The Yachtsmen had 5 of the top 12 in the DI race to tally just 37 points, 40 points better than runner-up Greely. Individually Tim Follo of Falmouth took the top spot in the DI race 16:38.21 with Stefan Sandreuter (Greely) the runner-up 17:29.9. On the girls side in DI, Cape Elizabeth used a strong pack with 5 of the top 14 finishers to score 48 to edge runner-up Falmouth by 10 points. Individually Kristina Smith of Poland took top honors covering the 5k course in 20:26.69 with Heather Evans (York) the runner-up 20:40.09. The individual winner of the D2 Boys race was Silas Eastman (Fryeburg) who had the fasest time of any runner on the day 16:36.67, with Jack Pierce (Merriconeag) the runner-up 16:44.5. Teamwise NYA was on their game as they easily took the D2 team title behind 6 runners in the top 13 finishers, they tallied just 36 points with Fryeburg edging Waynflete for 2nd on a 6th man tie breaker. In the D2 girls race Martha Veroneau (Waynlete) took the top spot 21:32.84 to hold off the runner-up Sarah Becker (Yarmouth) 21:39.61. The Yarmouth girls took the D2 title with 42points 6 better than the runner-up Merriconeag Waldorf. Click headline for a full recap.
Fryeburg's Silas Eastman rus the 3rd fastest time on the Gull Crest Field 3 mile course clocking 15:26, while the #6 York Boys win over #10 Cape 33-46. On the girls side Heather Evans (York) ran the 9th fastest time in history on the course, while the #6 Cape Elizabeth girls edged #9 York 36-37.
The fans have submitted their votes for the MaineTrackXC "Performances of the Week". Winning the boys was Silas Eastman (Fryeburg) & Charlotte Pierce (Thornton Academy) was selected as the girls winners for Week #3. Congratulations to all athletes who were selected this week, come back each week to submit your vote.
Three weeks in the books, it's time to look at the Top 20 5k times for gender & class. (Updated 9/19)
All the week's meet results, all the details, all in one place, check out the MaineTrackXC: Week in Review for September 5th-10th
Check out "The SB Report" week #2 Boys XC Power Rankings
All this week MaineTrackXC will be featuring interviews with some of the top XC runners in the state. Check out what the top athletes have been doing all summer, and what they would like to accomplish this upcoming season, plus much much more...
With the 2011 season less than a month away from the first practice. Let's start to take a look at the 2011 season with Class B Boys state returners from the 2010 State meet. Check out who is back individually & what teams look to have a shot at the title.
The MTCCCA All-State Boys XC team has been announced, Check to see who has been honored based on their 2010 success on the trails. The future is bright for the boys, as all 10 selections will be back next fall. (Pictured left Matt McClintock-Madison).
Check out a MaineTrackXC exclusive recap of the top sophomore boys in Maine for the 2010 XC season. Check out the impact the sophomore class had on the 2010 season. Pictured left Silas Eastman (Fryeburg Academy) who was the top sophomore runner in 2010, Eastman was undefeated on the season against Maine runners.
Cheverus Girls 4th behind Emily Durgin's runner-up finish (19:23), Dacie Manion 10th (20:08.5) , Shannon Conley (19th), Katie McMahon (22nd) earn All-NE honors, Silas Eastman 20th All-NE for the boys Boys Race Video | Girls Race Video | Boys Photos | Girls Photos
The Falmouth Boys & Cape Elizabeth Girls won the Div 1 WMC conference titles, while the Yarmouth Girls & NYA boys claimed the Div 2 titles at Falmouth Community Park this afternoon. The individual boys winner was Silas Eastman (Fryeburg) while on the girls side freshman Heather Evans (YORK) claimed the title. More to come VARSITY BOYS RACE VIDEO| VARSITY GIRLS RACE VIDEO| JV GIRLS RACE VIDEO| BOYS JV RACE VIDEO | VIDEOS|PHOTOS|Kelsey Barton INTERVIEW| SILAS EASTMAN NTERVIEW|RESULTS
Silas Eastman (Fryeburg) dominated the boys field at the Southwest Classic, Eastman opened with a first mile of 5:10 to dispatch the field, through 2 miles in 10:38, Eastman cruised the final mile to clock 16:42 over the 5k course on a hot & muggy day. The medical people were busy all day dealing with athletes that pushed to hard on the day. Gorham behind Logan Marshall was the top boys team prevailed by one point over Greely. On the girls side Abbey Leonardi (Kennebunk) opened up in 5:41 with Emily Durgin (Cheverus) right behind in 5:46. The two would stay close through 2 miles, but that is were Leonardi took off putting close to 30 seconds on Durgin over the final 1.1. Leonardi would cruise it in to take first in 18:42, Durgin was 2nd in 19:26,teammate Fiona Hendry was 3rd. It looked like Cheverus took the girls team race with 3 of the first 5 finishers. RESULTS | Silas Eastman Interview | Jakob Brooks Interview | Abshir Horor Interview | Abbey Leonardi Interview | Emily Durgin Interview | Boys Varsity Race | Girls Varisty Race | Boys JV Race | Girls JV Race | PHOTOS
Check out MaineTrackXC's Boys Team & Indivdual Preview for the Southwest Classic
Sophomore Silas Eastman (Fryeburg Academy) opened his season with an impressive 13:42 clocking over 2.8 miles at the Lake Region Invitational. On the girls side, senior Kendra Lobley (Poland pictured left) was victorious as she cruised around in the course in a fine 17:16. Results still to come.....
Check out the Class B Western Maine Boys preview. We take an in-depth look at the top returning teams and individuals for the 2010 season as we prepare for the season ahead. This is Part 5 of our Regional Previews, stayed tuned throughout the next few weeks as we preview the 2010 season. The Greely Rangers pictured left will be looking to make it 3 regional titles in a row in 2010.
Based solely on season best times from last year, we have removed the seniors and listed those remaining returners overall.This doesn't take in to consideration course difficulty, and only considers the 5k distance. We'll look at the top 200 returners. This is Part 4 of our Fall XC Previews, stay tuned for more coverage. (Pictured left is Silas Eastman (Fryeburg Academy) who is the fastest returning harrier at the 5k distance in 2010. Eastman had a great freshman year which saw him finish 2nd in the Class B state meet)
Check out the top 10 freshman boys times in each event. The freshman class performed well on the state level this year, there were several talented boys that posted some fast times, big jumps & big throws. Let's take a look to see what we have to look forward to for 3 more years. (Pictured left Damien Shepard of Windham-photo by Pan Swan)