Maine State XC Boys Individual Champions 1978 - Present
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Class C Boys State XC Virtual Meet
With the outdoor track practices starting this week we will take a look at the top 25 returners by event and by class, today's event the girls long jump.
Deering senior Alec Troxell had the fastest time of the day with his winning Class A 16:51.53 effort, while Sofie Matson of Falmouth was the fastest female as she won Class A in 19:22.73
MVC XC Championship Preview
Class C Boys XC State Meet Returners
The Maranacook Girls ends the 6 year title run of Orono, while Caribou wins its first ever outdoor track title.
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #6
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #5
Nine teams from the KVAC and MVC met at Lisbon. The Cony women and Brunswick men came away with the wins.
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #3
The postseason is officially here! The Northern and Southern Regional championships went off on Saturday. The North headed to Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast, while the South went to the Twinbrook Recreational area in Cumberland. Both regions produced close finishes and great individual performances. Let's take a look at the highlights.
Southern Maine Class C Regional XC Championship Preview
Conference championships around the state highlighted the weekend in Maine XC. We had several of the top teams in the state battle it out at the KVAC Championships, while some of the top runners rested for the WMC Championships. A course record went down in the PVC and there were dominant team finishes in the MVC. Let's take a look at the highlights.
The MVC XC Championship will take place at the University of Maine at Augusta at 11am on Saturday morning.
Close finishes from around the state and the 43rd running of the Manchester Invitational highlighted the weekend that was in Maine XC. Let's take a look at the top moments from the weekend.
As part of our 2017 XC preview we will spotlight each of the fastest returners based on 5k times from a year ago as part of our "Watch list". Today's spotlight is on Faith Blethen of Boothbay HS
Jacob Hickey of Winthrop ran the fastest winning time ever at UMA for the MVC XC Championship, while Faith Belthen of Boothbay dominated the girls race. The Boothbay boys dominated the team race, while Monmouth Academy won the girls team title.
The Orono Red Riots are the clear favorites to win the Class C boys title as they return a powerful lineup expected to score 37 points, that is 76 points less than #2 seeded Boothbay. George Stevens Academy is the defending champions, what will they bring to the table in 2016?
Boothbay freshman Faith Blethen dominated the competition from the gun winning the Class C Southern Maine title in 20:20.23, her margin of victory was 27 seconds over Ella Brown of St Dominic's.
Faith Blethen and Nick Harriman won the MVC preview meet, while the Boothbay girls and Winthrop boys showed up strong to win.
Orono High School fell 6 points short of a state title last fall, but return the early favorites in 2015 as the Red Riots on paper are 32 points better than predicted runner-up Boothbay based on 2014 5k times for returners.
Class C boys and girls 2014 state meet recap
Ben Allen of Winthrop ran away from the boys field in the last mile to win the Western Maine Class C title, while Boothbay used it's depth to edge Merriconeag on a 6th runner tie-breaker after the teams tied through 5 runners with 51. On the girls side NYA senior Hannah Austin pulled away in the second mile in the girls race, Waynflete with 4 girls finishing in the top 8 cruised to the team title.
Pre-race favorites Ben Allen of Winthrop & Emma Wilson of Hall-Dale won their respective races at the MVC Championship at the University of Maine at Augusta. While the Monmouth girls got by pre-race favorite St Dom's while the Boothbay boys dominated as expected.
Wednesday’s mid-season Mountain Valley Conference meet at UMA gives everybody an idea of the upcoming championship. (via Central Maine)
Over 1,000 coaches were nominated and our very own Nick Scott of Boothbay was selected as one of the 25 finalists. Keeping voting for Coach Scott!
Most of Lauren Forgues’ athletic career has been self-centered, focusing on her own rise through the amateur racewalking ranks to an elite level capable of competing for an Olympic berth. But as she coached the cross-country teams at Boothbay Region High School this fall, the 25-year-old Forgues gained additional respect [...] (via The Bangor Daily News)
Carsyn Koch of Washburn matched Abbey Leonardi's record 4 state titles as she won the Class C crown for the 4 year in a row. Joe Holt of Telstar cruised to his first individual xc title, he was clearly saving himself for the NE meet. The team races were the closest of the day as Orono edged defending champion Washburn 48-50, while the Boothbay boys edged EM champion Orono 68-70.
Sophia Canning of Waynflete wins the regional title in only her 2nd xc race, Josef Holt cruises to the fastest time of the day, 15:54. Boothbay boys put on a dominating performance to win the boys regional title, while Waynflete girls surprise with an easy win.
The Lisbon girls edged the Boothbay Seahawks by a single point to claim the MVC conference title Saturday at UMA. The girls race was won by Sophia Thayer of Boothbay. On the boys side Boothbay cruised to the team win, while Telstar's Josef Holt-Andrews repeated as individual champion.
The Mountain Valley Conference (MVC) XC Championship will take place on Saturday at the University of Maine at Augusta. Check out the individual favorites as well as the team favorites to win conference titles.
Runners head out at the start of Wednesday afternoon's eight team cross country race at Beaver Park in Lisbon. Eventual race winner, Sophia Taylor of Boothbay Regional High School, far right is shadowed by Lisbon's Bree Sauter, #45, who finished 5th and teammate Kaylin Le, who finished 6th. (via Sun Journal)
With returning squads mostly intact, and former Boothbay Region High School and UMaine running star and international race walker extraordinaire Lauren Forgues stepping in as coach, the BRHS cross country teams look set for another competitive year. (via Boothbay Register)
It's August, and that can mean one thing. XC season is just about upon us. Now that we are in the mandatory hands-off period lets take a look at the the top returning teams for Class C Girls XC in 2013
It's August, and that can mean one thing. XC season is just about upon us. Now that we are in the mandatory hands-off period lets take a look at the the top returning teams for Class C Boys XC in 2013
It was a great 2011-2012 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.
The Maine Running Company Outdoor Track Performance of the Week voting is complete for week #4. On the girls side freshman sensation Kate Hall of Lake Region was the winner, while Boothbay's Chase Brown was selected on the boys side.
Check out MaineTrackXC fall athlete blogger Chase Brown's 4th blog of the season. Chase recaps his post-season xc races, as well as talks about his college decision. Brown finished the season with a runner-up finish in the Western B Regionals, & Class C state meet, then went on to earn All-NE honors. check out Chase's final blog of the season.
Conference Championship week is here, MaineTrackXC will be bringing you all the pre-meet coverage as well as post meet coverage. Check out the MVC meet preview
Check out MaineTrackXC fall athlete blogger Chase Brown's 3rd blog of the season. Chase talks about the upcoming championships season and ultimate frisbee. Brown has established himself as one of top XC runners in the state, and will look to continue his success this fall. Follow Chase in his senior season as he chronicles his journey.
Check out MaineTrackXC fall athlete blogger Chase Brown's 2nd blog of the season. Chase talks about what to do when being chased by a dog, and about things people yell at him while running. Brown has established himself as one of top XC runners in the state, and will look to continue his success this fall. Follow Chase in his senior season as he chronicles his journey.
The Boothbay boys added their 3rd straight MVC title, while St. Dominic claimed the girls title at the MVC Championship meet held at UMA this afternoon. In the boys race Chase Brown (Boothbay) handed Madison's Matt McClintock his first loss of the season, as he pulled away over the last 600m to win in a fast 16:22 to McClintock's 16:32, Telstar freshman Josef Holt-Andrews was third. Boothbay had 3 in the top 9, to edge Monmouth by just 4 points for the boys team title. Monmouth has 3 of the top 8 finishers. In the girls race Boothbay's Sophia Thayer, just a freshman, claimed the individual title running 21:23 over the 5k course, she was 46 seconds better than runner-up Anna Doyle. St. Dom's first runner was 11th, but a tight pack for #2-#4 runners was enough to get by Winthrop 3 points 41-44. RESULTS
The MVC Championship meet will be held Saturday at the University of Maine at Augusta. The Boys team race should be a good match-up between the defending Class C state champions & MVC Champions looking for a repeat, while they will face a stiff challenge from Monmouth Academy. At the beginning of the season the two team squared off with Boothbay earning a 2 point win, expect a close battle between the two squads on Saturday. Click Headline to read more...
The team title is going to be one to watch with several of the top teams from last fall returning key members of their squads. Hall-Dale & Monmouth both return their entire squads from last fall, while Winthrop & Lisbon, the top 2 teams from 2007 will be in the mix as well. What team will establish itself early on? Who will challenge Wade Davis? What team will surprise everyone?