Potter On The Move - Boys Watchlist #2
We rank the top 15 boys xc runners in the state of Maine each week. Week #2 considered the first two weeks of the season performances, while also factoring in past performances.
1st 17:48.00@ KVAC: Lewiston, Mt Ararat @ Edward Little
Berry-Gaviria opened with a win @ Lewiston - Looked like he was running with teammates.
1st 13:01.25@ Laliberte Invitational
Shaughnessy didn't run as he was at a college visit.
Potter won on his home course pulling away in last mile. 11th fastest in course history.
1st 16:39.32@ KVAC: Hamp, Camden, Brewer @ Bangor
McCarthy opened with a strong 16:39 effort on home course. 4th fastest time in course history
1st 16:33.00@ WMC: CE,OOB,Traip,Wells@ York
Bassett ran to an easy win at York over 3 miles
Eickmann ripped a 16:11 at TA, 3rd fastest in course history.
Gulden ran 17:15 on a tough Maranacook course. 3rd fastest in last decade.
1st 17:25.00@ SMAA:BE, Deering, Noble, Windham @ Massabesic
Willey took the win on a tough Massbaseic course.
Barry was 2nd at Falmouth to #3 ranked Potter.
1st 17:50.00@ WMC:Freep, GNG, Greely, LR, MCW@Poland
Wilson opened with a narrow victory over previous #9 Horne by 1 second
2nd 17:51.00@ WMC:Freep, GNG, Greely, LR, MCW@Poland
Horne was 1 second behind Sam Wilson at Poland.
3rd 17:16.00@ WMC: CE,OOB,Traip,Wells@ York
Allaire was just 3rd at York but may have been treating it as a workout.
Perkins was strong at Medomak Valley breaking 17 minutes.
LoSacco was 3rd at Falmouth with a strong 17:03.
Also Watching: Tristram Coffin (Scarborough), Connor Coffin (Scarborough), Grady Satterfield (Mt Ararat) & Riley Franklin (Greely)