Avon Cross Country Sweeps 4-Way Meet at Enfield

Boys' and girls' teams show their strength against Enfield, East Windsor and SMSA.

On a perfect afternoon for running, the Avon High School cross country teams made it a clean sweep in a four-way meet at Enfield High School Thursday.

The Falcon girls shut out Enfield, East Windsor and SMSA by 15-50 scores. Ryley Higgins was the overall winner, finishing the 3.1 mile course in 21:33. Avon placed the top 12 runners in the girls' race.

Enfield's top finisher was Stephanie Malicki, while Chelsea Bertussi was the top runner for East Windsor.

On the boys' side, Avon posted identical 15-50 shutouts against Enfield and SMSA, and defeated East Windsor by a 21-38 count.

Clayton O'Dell of East Windsor won the race, with Connor Wise leading the Avon contingent in second place. KeJuan Williams was the top Enfield finisher.

Girls Results
Avon 15, Enfield 50
Avon 15, East Windsor 50
Avon 15, SMSA 50
Enfield 15, East Windsor 50
Enfield 22, SMSA 33
SMSA 15, East Windsor 50

1. Ryley Higgins, Avon
2. Madi Zapatka, Avon
3. Julia DeSimas, Avon
4. Hannah Fusaro, Avon
5. Heather Howes, Avon
6. Hannah Carpino, Avon
7. Abby Welsh, Avon
8. Ellena Gressier, Avon
9. Corinne Molson, Avon
10. Samantha Waddell, Avon

Boys Results
Avon 15, Enfield 50
Avon 21, East Windsor 38
Avon 15, SMSA 50
East Windsor 16, Enfield 46
East Windsor 15, SMSA 48
Enfield 19, SMSA 44

1. Clayton O'Dell, East Windsor
2. Connor Wise, Avon
3. Jeff Demers, Avon
4. Michael Oberhausen, Avon
5. Justin Alessio, Avon
6. Dylan Costa, East Windsor
7. Jack Wendler, Avon
8. Dan Guagni, East Windsor
9. Collin Pritchard, Avon
10. Dan Innes, Avon

Jeff Cavanagh September 28, 2012 at 01:31 PM
Excellent job girls!!!!!!!!


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