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Class A boys recap Dec 31, 1969

  (Will Geoghegan kicks to win his 2nd straight Class A XC title, clocking 15:43, the fastest time of the day, behind him Nate Hathaway finishes 2nd in 15:46)   After watching the Class A girls scorch the challenging 5k course at Twin Brook it was the Class A boys turn to see if anyone could break 16 minutes. With a talent field including defending champion Will Geoghegan ( Brunswick ), 2008 runner-up Nate Hathaway (Scarborough), along with other talented seniors Jason Kaake (Morse), Kelton Cullenberg ( Mt. Blue ), & Luke Fontaine (Cony) the pace was expected to fast. Click headline to read more...

Countdown to States Nov 2, 2009

Stay tuned for pre-meet coverage including virtual meets, team/individual preview, & feature stories as we lead up to the 2009 State Championship meets on Saturday. MaineTrackXC will be on site providing meet coverage.   Race Schedule    Course Map Class A Girls - 11:00 A.M., Boys - 11:45 A.M. Class B Girls - 12:30 P.M., Boys - 1:15 P.M. Class C Girls - 2:00 P.M., Boys - 2:45 P.M.   Rosters and Starting Box Positions: Class A: Girls - Boys; Class B: Girls - Boys; Class C: Girls - Boys; Coach's Note   Team Virtual Meets:  Class A Girls | Class A Boys | Class B Girls | Class B Boys | Class C Girls | Class C Boys   Meet Previews: Class A Girls | Class A Boys | Class B Girls | Class B Boys | Class C Girls | Class C Boys   Feature Articles:  Melody Lam | Merriconeag

Class B Girls Recap Nov 10, 2009

  (Abby Mace won her 2nd consecutive Class B girls state title, running 18:48)   With the Class A races in the books it was time for the Class B girls to showcase their talents. Heading into the race the individual champ from 2008, Abby Mace (Maranacook) was looking to repeat while the Cape Elizabeth girls team were shooting for a 3-peat. Click on headline to read more...

Class B Boys recap Nov 10, 2009

(Alex Moser ran to his 2nd straight Class B Boys title, outdistancing the rest of the field with his 16:14) As with the girls race, the boys race saw the defending individual champion Alex Moser (York) trying to repeat and the Greely Rangers trying to 3-peat for the team title. If last week’s Western Maine regional was any indication Moser was going to have his hands full in trying to repeat, and Greely the heavy favorite, had to run without #4 Sam Humphries who was out with an illness. Click headline to read more..

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