Coe-Brown girls 1st, boys 4th in regional cross-country race
Backed by top-17 finishes by their top five runners — Hannah Parker (fourth), Elisabeth Danis (sixth), Brooke Laskowsky (12th), Jessie Carney (14th) and Meg Scannell (17th) - Coe-Brown topped a 48-team regional field at the 23rd Annual Woods Trail Run in Thetford, Vt.
Not to be overlooked, Coe-Brown’s boys, led by Jeremy Brassard’s runnerup finish (in 16:41), took fourth to top all Granite State teams in the boys’ competition. The Bears scored 260 points, just ahead of Timberlane of Plaistow (290). South Burlington, Vt., took boys’ race honors with 60 points.
Fifty-one teams competed in the boys’ race.
Annual Woods Trail Run, Thetford, Vt.
Girls’ team scores
1, Autumn Eastman, Champlain Valley, Vt., Union, 18:31; 2, Shannon Murdock, Exeter, 19:34; 3, Katherine Cook, S. Burlington, Vt., 19:38; 4, Hannah Parker, Coe-Brown, 19:53; 5, Quinn Bornstein, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 19:55; 6, Elisabeth Danis, Coe-Brown, 20:00. Other top-30 NH finishers: 12, Brooke Laskowsky, Coe-Brown, 20:33; 14, Jessie Carney, Coe-Brown, 20:37; 17, Meg Scannell, Coe-Brown, 20:39; 19, Madeleine Hunt, Souhegan, 20:44; 22, Finley Doyle, Hanover, 20:57; 23, Lauren Ogilny, Timberlane, 20:59; 24, Hannah Gillis, Souhegan, 21:03; 25, Amanda Cestrone, Winnacunnet, 21:05; 26, Kelly Arsenault, Winnacunnet, 21:07; 27, Allison Scibisz, Winnacunnet, 21:08.
1, S. Burlington, Vt., 60; 2, East Greenwich, R.I., 77; 3, Fairfield (Conn.) Prep, 211; 4, Coe-Brown, 260; 5, Timberlane, 290; 6, Souhegan, 313. Other NH schools: 19, Hanover, 550; 23, Dover, 684; 28, Lebanon, 792; 29, Exeter, 799; 31, Winnacunnet, 834.
1, Christian Alvarado, Fairfield Prep, 16:03; 2, Jeremy Brassard, Coe-Brown, 16:41; 3, Sidi Abdoulaye, South Burlington, Vt., 16:41; 4, Jamison Koeman, Whitinsville (Mass.) Christian, 16:48; 5, Justin Carbone, Exeter, 16:49. Other NH top-30 finishers: 9, Eli Moskowitz, Souhegan, 17:10; 11, Josh Fontaine, Lebanon, 17:17; 13, Patrick Lynch, Souhegan, 17:26; 25, Liam Kimball, Timberlane, 17:43; 28, Garret Ruley, Hanover, 17:47.
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