Waynesboro @ Boiling Springs
Carlisle and CD East @ Cumberland Valley
Carlisle picks up the victories over Cumberland Valley and CD East today Cumberland Valley had an incredibly closely packed 1-5, but they couldn’t overcome Carlisle’s 1-2-3 finish. Andrew Booths, Evan Peachey, and Casey Padgett led the way for the Thundering Herd.
Carlisle and Cumberland Valley are both talented teams, but the 1-2 finish by the Thundering Herd’s Sophia Toti and Savannah Hossfeld, as well as their #7 finishing ahead of CV’s #5 made the difference.
Cedar Cliff and Lower Dauphin @ Palmyra
Chambersburg and State College @ Central Dauphin
Camp Hill and Trinity @ Middletown
Middletown boys claim 2 victories, defeating both Camp Hill and Trinity. William Brown (jr, Middletown) takes the victory by 1-minute.
Camp Hill picked up 2 more victories in Mid-Penn competition, defeating Middletown and Trinity. Camp Hill’s Grace Shartle (jr) earned the individual win, running 22:23.
Mechanicsburg and Susquehanna Twp @ Hershey
Trojans Take Tri-Meet
September 11, 2019
By Mike Nortrup
Hershey’s boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams won at home Tuesday afternoon over Mechanicsburg and Susquehanna Township.
That Sept. 10 cross-country sweep leaves both the boys and girls with a 2-0 record in the Keystone Division.
This sets up a showdown next week at Palmyra, which is also unbeaten in Keystone. The two schools meet 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17.
The boys beat Susquehanna 15-50 and Mechanicsburg 20-46. The Trojans’ top male finishers were Kohen Stover, Aiden Helms and Lucas Stokes, who were second through fourth, respectively.
The girls topped Susquehanna 15-50 and Mechanicsburg 26-32.
Olivia Wilson finished second for Hershey and freshman Ally Wilson was fourth. Another freshman, Brooke Preputnick, was fifth.