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Cross Country 2009

Date Meet (click for meet info) Location and Course Map Results
Sept 12 Cherokee Challenge Marlton, NJ Results
Sept 14 Viking Invitational White Clay Creek State Park Results
Sept 19 Lake Forest XC Festival Killens Pond State Park Boys Varsity A
Girls Varsity A
Boys Varsity B
Girls Varsity B
Boys JV A
Girls JV A
Boys JV B
Girls JV B
Boys JV 3rd Team
Girls JV 3rd Team
Sept 19 Briarwood Invitational Belmont Plateau, Phila, PA Results
Sept 19 Bulldog Invitational Rosetree Park, Media, PA Entry
Sept 25 Middletown Invitational Lums Pond State Park Boys Varsity
Girls Varsity
Boys JV
Girls JV
Sept 26 US Army XC Festival at Maymont Richmond, VA Entry
Sept 26 Cougar Invitational Colts Neck, NJ Entry
Oct 2 Paul Short Run Lehigh Univ Entry
Oct 3 Salesianum Invitational Brandywine Creek State ParkBoys Varsity A
Girls Varsity A
Boys Varsity B
Girls Varsity B
Boys Varsity C
Girls Varsity C
Boys JV A
Girls JV A
Boys JV B
Girls JV B
Boys JV C
Boys Freshman
Oct 9 UD Invitational White Clay Creek State Park  Girls Results
Boys Results
Oct 10 Manhattan College Invitational Van Cortlandt Park, NY, NY Results
Oct 16 Joe O’Neill Invitational Bellevue State Park Boys Varsity
Girls Varsity
Boys JV Results
Girls JV Results
Boys Novice
Oct 30 Blue Hen Conference Championship Lums Pond State Park
Oct 30 Catholic Conference Championship Bellevue State Park Results
Oct 31 Diamond State Conference Championship Bellevue State Park Girls Results
Nov 7 New Castle County Championship Winterthur Country Estate
Nov 14 DIAA Championship Killens Pond State Park Girls DII
Girls DI
Boys DII
Boys DI
Nov 18 All State Teams Girls  Boys 

2009 Cross Country Year in Review

Season Re-Cap   By Chuck Durante

Post-Season Results

Nike Cross Nationals, Portland OR

Tatnall girls at the start

Tatnall girls at the start of NXN (Pics courtesy of Mr. Parsons)

Archmere's Ryan Lee at NXN

Archmere's Ryan Lee at NXN

December 5, 2009- Wimington XC (Tatnall School)  finished 14th in the nation at the Nike Cross Nationals Meet in Portland, OR on Saturday. Sophomore Haley Pierce had a very impressive performance, finishing 7th overall and 4th in scoring  with a time of 17:59. Freshman Reagan Anderson was Wilmington XC’s 2nd finisher, coming in 77th (39th in scoring) with a time of 19:05.

Archmere Senior Ryan Lee competed in the boys championship race and finished 112th overall in 16:23. Tatnall Junior Tyler Tate also competed in the open race and finished in 5th in 16:32.

Wimington XC Finishes 14th Overall!!

Wimington XC Finishes 14th Overall!!

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Nike Cross National Southeast Championships, Cary, NC-

Delaware runners represented the state very well in post-season action at both the Nike Cross National Southeast Championships and the Footlocker Northeast Regional Championships on November 28th. The Tatnall girls team (Wilmington XC)  finished 1st overall behind Haley Pierce’s 3rd place finish, and Archmere’s Ryan Lee finished 6th individually, earning them bids to the Nike Cross National Championships in Portland, OR on December 5th.  At Footlocker Northeast Regionals Senior Stephanie Taylor and Junior Emily Frydych both became regional class champions with victories at Sunken Meadows Park in Long Island, NY.

Wilmington XC Girls at SE Regional 2009

Wilmington XC Girls at SE Regional 2009

Archmere's Ryan Lee at the finishArchmere's Ryan Lee finishing 6th overall

Ryan Lee finished 6th overall, earning him Delaware’s first ever individual bid to Nike Cross Nationals, and Wilmington XC (Tatnall School) repeated as the Southeast Regional Champions, finishing with 74 points. Tatnall was led by Haley Pierce’s impressive 3rd place finish overall (17:42). Reagan Anderson (14th), Rebecca Salter (18th), Molly Parson (20th), and Allison Calvarese (41st) rounded out the top five for their team victory. Charter, Salesianum, and Archmere also brought boys and girls to compete both as teams and individually. Archmere’s Lindsey Olivere finished 13th overall. Charter’s Kaleigh Skinner and Merideth Steenkamer finished 28th and 30th respectively to help them finish 9th as a team. On the boys’ side, Tatnall’s Tyler Tate narrowly missed earning a bid to the National meet by finishing 8th overall with a career best 15:40. Salesianum’s Sophomore Matthew McKenna finished 17th, running 15:54. Tatnall and Charter boys teams finished 17th and 25th overall respectively.

Footlocker East Regionals, Sunken Meadows State Park, Long Island NY-

Junior Champion Emily Frydrych
Junior Champion Emily Frydrych 

Senior Stephanie Taylor and Junior Emily Frydrych both became Northeast Class Champions at Footlockers on Saturday at the challenging and prestigious Sunken Meadows Park.  Stephanie Taylor (Middletown) won the Senior race, finishing in 20:18.9.  Emily Frydrych, (St. Mark’s) won the Junior race, finishing in 20:15.9. Frydrych and Taylor had the 45 and 48th fastest times in the Northeast Region. Other Delaware runners earning regional medals were Danielle Wegrzyn (St. Mark’s) finishing 17th in Sophomore race and  Izzy King (St. Mark’s)  finishing 23rd in the Junior race.  Newark High School also competed.
Archmere runners warming up

Archmere runners warming up in Cary, NC

Delaware All-State Selections

ALL-STATE SELECTIONS

Congratulations to all 42 runners selected to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd team all state.  It was a great season!!


DIAA STATE MEET

DIAA STATE MEET, Killens Pond, DE

Individual Champions Haley Pierce, Julie Macedo, Ryan Lee, and Zach Kaminski

Individual Champions Haley Pierce, Julie Macedo, Ryan Lee, and Zach Kaminski- Picture courtesy of George Parsons

TEAM CHAMPION PHOTOS PAGE- Click here for all pictures courtesy of www.budkeeganimages.com

Heavy storms and flooding earlier in the week didn’t slow down the runners at the DIAA State meet at Killen’s Pond on Saturday. Tatnall swept the Division II titles, while Charter won Division I girls and Salesianum won Division I boys.  The top times of the day belonged to Tatnall’s Haley Pierce (17:49) and Archmere’s Ryan Lee (16:21). Pierce broke the course record by over 10 seconds and sent the message early  that the course was in fine shape for fast times. The division I champions were Charter’s Julie Macedo (18:56) and St. Marks’ Zach Kaminski (16:26).

In team competition it came down to two very close races and two clear victories. Charter School and Tatnall both cruised to victory in both of the girls races. Tatnall finished with 17 points in Division II and Charter finished with 25 points in Division I. They were both followed by runner-ups Archmere in Division II and St. Mark’s in Division I.

The very close races of the day came on the boys’ side. The division I race came down to 1 point as Salesianum nipped St. Mark’s (47-48) in very close race. In the Division II race Tatnall put 4 runners in the top 7 to upset defending champion Archmere by 7 points (31-38).

FULL RESULTS

News Journal Articles by Chuck Durante

Henlopen Conference

Milford’s Patrick Helmick and Sussex Tech’s Isabel Wharton took first place at the Henlopen Conference Championships at Killen’s Pond. The Milford boys upset defending champion Caesar Rodney in the boys race and Cape Henlopen took first place in the girls race.

Click HERE for a link to the Henlopen Conference Results

2009 New Castle County Championships

Varsity Girls Start- Photo By Steve Tabinowski

Varsity Girls Start- Photo By Steve Tabinowski

Archmere Boys, County Champions. Pic courtesy of budkeeganimages.com

Archmere Boys, County Champions. Pic courtesy of budkeeganimages.comCharter

Charter Girls, County Champions. Pic courtesy of Budkeeganimages.com

Charter Girls, County Champions. Pic courtesy of Budkeeganimages.com

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Tatnalls' Haley Pierce and Archmere's Ryan Lee; County Champions

County Championships at Winterthur. Charter School of Wilmington’s girls’ team upset 4-time defending County Champion Tatnall School 47-50 on Saturday. They were led by Junior Meredith Steenkamer’s 4th place finish. Tatnall’s Haley Pierce was the overall winner, completing the course in 18:25, and Tatnall’s Reagan Anderson was runner-up.  The boys race was also very close, with Archmere coming out on top (58) while both Tatnall (65) Salesianum (66) remained just 8 points back. Ryan Lee continued his dominant undefeated season by winning the race in 16:15. St. Mark’s Zach Kaminski finished 2nd overall.

Chuck Durante News Journal Article

Kent County Championships

Kent County Championships, Killens Pond, DE Caesar Rodney’s James Simons and Milford’s Molly Bliss took first place at the Kent County Championships. Team results coming shortly..

Week 8

DIAMOND STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS, Bellevue State Park

Archmere Sweeps Both Races. Archmere’s boys and girls teams swept the Diamond State Championships on Saturday at Bellevue State Park. Archmere’s Ryan Lee continues his 2009 campaign with another win, finishing in 16:52. Archmere’s Lindsay Olivere took first place overall for the females, finishing in 19:24.

BLUE HEN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS, Lums Pond

Charter Sweeps Blue Hen Conference.Charter boys and girls both won the conference championship in convincing fashion on Friday at Lums Pond. For the girls, Sophomore Julie Macedo came across the line 1st with a time of 18:49, 30 seconds ahead of runner-up Stephanie Taylor of Middletown. In the boys race, Concord Senior Andrew Doherty finished first overall with a time of 17:15. He was followed by a trio of Charter runners (Jaymin Modi, Nolan Weaver, and Tyler Slouf) who all finished within 4 seconds of Doherty.

CATHOLIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS, Bellevue State Park

Overall Winner Emily Frydrych; Pic Courtesy of budkeeganimages.com

Overall Winner Emily Frydrych; Pic Courtesy of budkeeganimages.com

Padua Captures CC Championships The Padua Pandas won the Catholic Conference Championships on Friday, scoring 31 points. St. Mark’s Junior Emily Frydrych was the overall winner, finishing the race in 19:37.

Eastern Regional XC Championships

The Eastern Regional Championships will be held Sunday, November 15th at Killen’s Pond  in Felton, DE. Click on the link below for information on the meet.

Contact Tim Bamforth at tim@seashorestrider.com for more information.

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