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Footlocker XC Championship is our first attendance as a club and was to leave everything on the field.

Benswic Track Club competed today, making this our first attendance in a meet outside USATF meets. It was a exciting to at least have some of our runners finish off the Cross Country off strong, while one had one more meet before the end of the season.

 

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Our guys Emmanuel Marshall, Christopher Marshall and David O’Meara placed in the TOP 30. Emmanuel placing 11th with the time of 12:54.8 and Christopher placing 13th with the time of 12:56.9, both running their fastest 3k of the season. A perfect way to end the Cross Country Season! David placing 22nd with the time of 14:09.5. All three of our 9-10 Boys represented Benswic to finish off with a bang!

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Abby Melican competing in her first Footlocker Cross Country Championship as she competes in the Frosh/Soph champs, placing her 56th overall , 25th overall as Soph putting her within the Top 30. Running the time of 21:48.7, her fastest time run at Van Cortlandt Park!

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