Griffin Allaire and Karley Piers take the Beach to Beacon High School Mile Titles
With ten State Champions running and with more than a dozen returning competitors the Beach to Beacon High School Mile is more popular than ever.
With Jarett Flaker healthy again, Scarborough reclaimed the Boys Class A State track championship.
With an even 100 points the Cheverus Stags defended their State Class A Girls Championship. Gorham took the second spot, just ahead of Thornton Academy. This is the third consecutive year Cheverus has claimed the title. They were third in 2016.
It was a four-peat for the Red Eddies as they walked away with the KVAC Championship for the fourth consecutive year.
A week before hosting the State Class A Championship on its new track, Lewiston claims the KVAC Class A Boys Championship with a dominating performance.
Opening the meet with a 4 x 800 win, the Cony girls used their depth to repeat as KVAC Class B Champions for 2019.
Riding Jack Hansen's four win performance, which the junior capped off with a pair of new personal marks, the Belfast Lions bested last years champion, Lincoln Academy, to claim the 2019 KVAC Class B. Boys Championship.
Lewiston High School hosts the River Rivals Meet two weeks ahead of their new track's debut as a host for major meets. The Blue Devils will host State Class A Championship on June 1, 2019.
Beautiful, if windy, weather helps Lewiston High host its first outdoor meet at its new track. The site will be host to the State Class A Championship June 1, 2019.
Four Champions repeated as Lisandro Berry-Gaviria, Sofie Matson, Olivia Reynolds, and Henry Spritz retained their cross-country titles. Lila Gaudrault of Cape Elizabeth, and Alfie Walker of Fryeburg are first-time Champions.
Maine Coast Waldorf broke Orono's strangle hold on the Class Title and claimed its first state championship in Boys Class C cross-country. Henry Spritz of Waynflete repeated as Class C individual champion.
Alfie Walker, Fryeburg's lone male runner used a late surge to claim the individual title. While York used a balanced group to build the points necessary to take the team title.
Orono collected its second consecutive girl's title, and fifth in six years. to advance to New Englands. Maine Coast Waldorf's Olivia Reynolds claimed the individual championship.
Falmouth's Sofie Matson beat off challenges from Kate Tugman and Jillian RIchardson to repeat as Class A Champion. Bonny Eagle with senior leadership and freshman fire claimed the team title.
Lila Gaudrault cruises to the individual title with a new personal best mark. Ellsworth bests Yarmouth by three points to claim team championship.
Lisandro Berry-Gaviria of Mt. Ararat took his second consecutive State 5K Championship as Scarborough, led by a pair of Coffins, took the team title.
Close finishes dominated the class B races as identical times featured in both the boys and girls class B races. On the boys side, Hermon repeated as Regional Champion, while MDI edged Ellsworth by single point to take home the title.
The Orono cross-country teams put up the lowest team scores across the state Saturday October 20th, 2018 to dominate the Northern Maine Regionals. Camille Kohtala took the individual title and led the girls team to a win with just 23 points, while the boys pack running netted them just 26 points enroute to the title.
In the Class A Northern Maine Regional XC Championship scorekeepers need to use the 6th runner as a tie-breaker to award the Brunswick boys their championship as the Dragons and Hampden Broncos both finished with 53 points. In the Girls meet Camden, led by Augusta Stockman, used their depth to take the title.
Brunswick Boys, Cape Girls Take Quabacook Relays.
In a three team race hosted by Edward Little at the Auburn Middle School, the Mt Ararat Eagles took the team wins in both the boys and girls races. The Lewiston Blue Devils were second while the host Red Eddies brought up the rear in both races.
Supporting a scholarship the Laliberte Invitational celebrates 19 years. Mt. Ararat takes the combined Boys & Girls team title.
In a pair of fast races, Helen Shearer and Lisandro Berry-Gaviria took the Beach to Beacon High School Mile Titles on eve of 10K. High School milers make strong showing in 10K the following day.
In its third year the Beach to Beacon High School Mile is more popular--and competitive-- than ever
Defending its 2107 State Class A Title Cheverus sprinted to a second consecutive title. 2019 should be a good year for the young Stags too.
With the meet on the line for Thornton Academy, Falmouth, and Cheverus, it all came down to the 4 x 400. TA and Falmouth ended up splitting the title with Cheverus not far behind.
Going the girls team the Edward Little boys team claimed the KVAC Class A title over six other teams. The Red Eddies closest competitor was from runner-up Lewiston.
Led a pair of freshmen with veteran support EL stormed to the KVAC Women's Class A Championship leaving Messalonskee in the runner-up position for the second straight year.
New to Class B after a long spell in Class A, the Cony Rams girls team best the field of eighteen teams for the KVAC Class B Title.