Maine XC Festival of Champions 2009

Belfast, ME


Fast girls race highlighted Festival cross country meet Oct 04, 2010

BELFAST — The starting gun was maybe 10 minutes away from going off, and hundreds of spectators, coaches and runners were congregating at the top of a small hill 100 yards away from the starting line, wanting to catch a glimpse of two of the nation’s best schoolgirl cross country runners. (via Bangor Daily News Sports)

FOC wrap-up Oct 05, 2009

      Wrapping up the FOC (Festival of Champions) A look at the new additions to the top times on the course, as well as the national elite performances. Along with a MaineTrackXC exclusive Maine only athlete/team results   Maine Only Boys Athletes/Team results Maine Only Athletes/ Girls Team results    Class A Girls athletes/teams results    Class A Boys athletes/teams results   Class B Girls athletes/teams results Class B Boys athletes/teams results   Class C Boys athletes/teams results   Class C Girls athletes/teams results   Click headline to find out more..

Maine XC Festival of Champions Meet Preview Sep 29, 2009

     The place to be this weekend is Belfast, Maine for the 8th annual Maine XC Festival of Champions meet will be taking place on Saturday. With 58 schools entered and with 1300 athletes expected to compete this is the largest XC meet in Maine. Most of the top ranked teams in the state will be running, so we will have a good idea of where everyone stands at the end of the day.       Not only will the top teams be there but the top individual talent is outstanding. One the boy’s side you have defending Class A (Will Geoghegan) and Class B (Alex Moser) state champions along with a host of other talent including Nate Hathaway (Scarborough), Luke Fontaine (Cony), & Kelton Cullenberg (Mt. Blue) all who have been breaking course records this fall.    On the girls side top ranked Cape Elizabeth won’t be racing but that doesn’t diminish the competitive race that is expected to take place with top teams from Western Maine like Cheverus, Scarborough, Falmouth & Gorham along with Eastern Maine teams Mt. Blue, John Bapst, Brunswick, John Bapst & Brewer. The individual race features defending Class B champion, Abby Mace (Maranacook), Class A runner-up Emily Durgin (Cheverus), Dacie Manion (Old Town), Melody Lam (Mt. Blue), Mia Rapolla (Gorham) & Fiona Hendry (Cheverus) to name a few.                Starting Box Assignments                Boys Meet Preview | Girls Meet Preview    Seeded Girls | Unseeded Girls | Freshman Girls   Seeded Boys | Unseeded Boys| Freshman Boys   Course Records  Boys | Girls   MaineTrackXC exclusive feature Virtual Meets based on seeds: Boys | Girls