Berks Catholic, Kutztown, and Muhlenberg @ Twin Valley
Twin Valley stays undefeated in BCIAA action earning 3 more wins today. Muhlenberg‘s Jonathan Thrush keeps proving he is one of the favorites in D3AAA as he wins today over some great competition, running 16:55.
Twin Valley girls win 3 today and freshman Laura Posh breaks 20-minutes again, running 19:59.
Conrad Weiser, Hamburg, and Schuylkill Valley @ Oley Valley
Oley Valley earns 3 victories today while placing 6 runners in the top 11 overall. Schuylkill Valley‘s Luke Seymour wins the individual race over the Conrad Weiser duo of Alfonso Knoll and Jay Thompson.
Oley Valley runs well and picks up 3 wins. Ava Lottig earns the individual win for the Lynx in 22:50. Hamburg‘s Quinn Hall crosses only 7 seconds later in 22:57.
Exeter, Governor Mifflin, and Tulpehocken @ Daniel Boone
Exeter put together a dominating performance today at Daniel Boone. They placed 5 athletes in the top 7 overall. Daniel Boone’s Alex Pingitore places first with 4 Exeter runners, led by Jason Fisher, finishing next.
There was a big Section 1 match-up today at Daniel Boone between #5 D3AAA Governor Mifflin and #6 D3AAA Exeter. The Eagles would prove to be the better team today, securing a 25-30 victory over the Mustangs. Exeter’s Kat Kerchner and Ella Ehlert went 1-2 to pace the Eagles. The BCIAA Championships should be an exciting team battle between these two squads and the Wilson Bulldogs.
Fleetwood, Wilson, and Wyomissing @ Reading
This was the first race on Reading’s course, so the winner’s of today’s races, Ben Kuhn (Wyomissing) and Caryn Rippey (Wilson) now own course records!
The Wyomissing boys earn 3 wins today and also got the individual victory from Ben Kuhn. Kuhn’s victory was almost a photo finish as he crossed just .34 seconds ahead of Wilson’s Christian Gagliardi.
The Wilson girls put forth a dominating effort today at Reading. They place 6 girls in the top 8 overall and were led by Caryn Rippey‘s individual victory in 21:31. Wyomissing‘s Gwen Kuhn finished 2nd in 22:08.