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Cross Country Roundup: Gloversville boys win Harvest Classic

October 28, 2012
By The Leader-Herald (sports@leaderherald.com) , The Leader Herald

SCHODACK LANDING - The Gloversville boys cross-country team won the team title Saturday at the Harvest Classic at Schodack Island State Park.

Gloversville finished with 39 team points after placing four runners in the top 11.

Amsterdam was second with 61 points, while Christian Brothers Academy was third with 62 points. LaSalle (81 points) was fourth and Albany (125) was fifth.

Gloversville's John Knox won the 3.1-mile boys' race with a time of 16:22.24.

CBA's Justin Van Epps (16:50.53) was second, LaSalle's Alex Isabelle (16:55.44) was third, CBA's Kaushik Pilar (16:58.38) was fourth and Gloversville's Alex Gifford (17:14.89) was fifth.

Amsterdam's Matt Raponi (sixth, 17:34.61) , Amsterdam's Nick Raponi (seventh, 17:34.92) and Gloversville's Hunter Marshall (10th, 18:02.93) also posted top-10 finishes.

Also finishing in the top 20 for the Huskies were Phil Meher (11th, 18:07.83 and Jack Hayes (13th, 18:18.20).

Brett Flint (16th, 18:32.30) was 16th for Amsterdam, Josh Turo (18:38.36) was 17th, Ian Alejandro (18:54.93) was 18th and Teddy Picciocca (18:57.22) was 20th.

Other Gloversville finishers included Justin Unislawski (26th, 19:22.49) and Matt Rivera (31st, 19:43.87).

Pat Purtell finished 27th for Amsterdam with a time of 19:30.38.

In the girls' race, Catskill won the team title with 43 points, while Gloversville was second with 44 points. Amsterdam (66 points) was third, Catholic Central (120) was fourth and Albany (120) was fifth.

Catskill's Ann Davies won the 3.1-mile girls' race with a time of 20;12.84.

Gloversville's Brittany Craven (20:38.59) was second, Amsterdam's Illenis Quinones (20:49.19) was third, Troy's D'Asia Randall (20:51.85) was fourth and Catskill's Maddie Mercado (21:08.30) was fifth.

Also finishing in the top 20 were Gloversville's Morgan Rienhardt (ninth, 22:08.75), Amsterdam's Caitlyn Adamchick (10th, 22:09.51), Gloversville's Haley Schuyler (11th, 22:09.71), Gloversville's Katie Senzio (12th, 22:21.21), Amsterdam's Deborah Johnson (13th, 22:41.94), Gloversville's Cassandra Ryan (14th, 22:48.97), Amsterdam's Brenda Santana (16th, 23:11.46) and Gloversville's Alicia Anich (18th, 23:35.02).

Tierney VanDeusen was 21st for Gloversville with a time of 24:20.90.

Also finishing for Amsterdam were Sarah Thane (28th, 25:51.51), Kelsey Thompson (34th, 27:04.60) and Amber Natole (36th, 27:28.50).

Tartan Invitational

GLENVILLE - The Canajoharie-Fort Plain boys cross-country team won the Division II title at the Tartan Invitational at Indian Meadows Park.

Canajoharie-Fort Plain's Jordan Ahrens won the 3.1-mile boys race with a time of 17:14.11. Hudson Falls' David Fish (17:51.41) was second and Hudson Falls' Zack Porlier (18:30.54) was third. Cherry Valley-Springfield's Kevin Doubleday (18:45.52) was fourth and C-FP's Ruben McFarlane (18:47.64) was fifth.

Andrew Hanifin (eighth, 19:45.21), Lucas Steenburg (ninth, 19:54.96) and Travis Herringshaw (10th, 20:07.21) also posted top-10 finishes for Canajoharie-Fort Plain.

Evan Searles finished 16th with a time of 22:15.07 for C-FP.

In the Division II girls' race, Galway won the team title with the lone complete squad.

Hudson Falls' Haley Mooney won the 3.1-mile girls' race with a time of 20:27.44. Galway's Lindsey Carlsen (21;16.16) was second, Hudson Falls' Morgan Akins (21:55.46) was third, Galway's Christine Staufenberg (23:10.60) was fourth and Canajoharie-Fort Plain's Alexis Kane (24:00.09) was fifth.

Catie Corrigan was eighth for C-FP with a time of 25:38.39.

Queensbury swept the boys and girls Division I titles.

The Queensbury boys finished with 20 points, while host Scotia-Glenville was second with 39 points. South Glens Falls (90 points) was third and Schenectady (97) was fourth.

Queensbury's Troy Kelly won the 3.1-mile Division I boys' race with a time of 16:19.61.

In the Division I girls' race, Queensbury won with a team total of 16 points. Scotia-Glenville was second with 57 points, South Glens Falls (79 points) was third and Schenectady (84) was fourth.

Queensbury's Megan Kellogg won the 3.1-mile girls' race with a time of 18:47.17.

 
 

 

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