Lancer boys, Concord girls race to victories
Tristam Winship was the overall winner in 17:05, but a second-place finish from Damon Kilgore in 17:20 coupled with top five performances from Grant McAuliffe (17:30, third) and Chris Zaino (17:55, fifth) carried the Lancers to victory in a home meet Tuesday. Bedford’s Scott Daley (17:40) placed fourth.
In a four-team girls’ meet in Keene, Smita Boesch-Dining of Concord posted a winning 19:16 time to lead the Crimson Tide to victory Tuesday.
1. Tristam Winship (B) 17:05; 2. Damon Kilgore (L) 17:20; 3. Grant McAuliffe (L) 17:30; 4. Scott Daley (B) 17:40; 5. Chris Zaino (L) 17:55; 6. Joe Settineri (S) 17:58; 7. Nick Leach (L) 18:04; 8. Michael Dee (B) 18:15; 9. Jared Kane (L) 18:16; 10. Tim Court (L) 18:22Team Scores: Londonderry 26; Bedford 41; Salem 65; Nashua South 120
1. Boesch-Dining (C) 19:16; 2. Vaillancourt (P) 19:34; 3. Waters (C) 19:37; 4. Shea (C) 19:45; 5. Noble (Sp) 19:54; 6. McMullen (P) 19:55; 7. Derry (K) 20:05; 8. Farnsworth (P) 20:08; 9. Andy (C) 20:09; 10. Pearl (C) 20:13Team Scores: Concord 27; 2) Pinkerton 40; 3. Keene 75
Girls’ cross country
Souhegan 16, Milford 46: Kate Bermingham ran her fastest race of the season (20:41) for Souhegan. The Sabers captured six of the top seven places including the first four. Hannah Gillis (2nd, 20:49), Miclyn Noorda (3rd, 20:59), and Shannon Earley (4th, 21:42) ran solid times. Brianna Lippitt of Milford raced to 5th place in 21:49, and she was followed by Souhegan’s Emmy Ehrenstein (21:56).
Boys’ cross country
Souhegan 17, Milford 46: Eli Moskowitz led the way with a 16:48 clocking over the 5K course. He was followed by teammates Patrick Lynch (16:59) and Brett Quinn (17:07).
Milford’s top finisher, Jacob Drescher placed fourth in 17:15. Souhegan was also led by Ben Platt (5th, 17:36), Ben Massa (6th, 17:45), Logan Landrum (7th, 17:48) and Mike Casey (8th, 17:59).
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