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RL XC wins 2017 NEPSTA Division II Title


RL’s varsity cross country team capped a perfect season as NEPSTA Division II Champions at the meet hosted by the Berkshire School in Sheffield on Saturday, 11 November. Prior to the meet, the varsity team had completed a 16-0 dual-meet season and won its first ever ISL championship. The JV team entered its final race with a 14-2 dual-meet record and a 1st-place finish at the ISL Championships. (See select photos by John Werner here.)
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Landmark Boys Varsity Cross Country Team Takes 2014 EIL and NEPSAC Championships

November 10, 2014

BEVERLY, MA – The Landmark School Boys Varsity Cross Country team continues to enjoy an undefeated season this year. The team took the Eastern Independent League (EIL) championship on Nov. 1st and then followed up with a first place finish on Nov. 8th at the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Championship. NEPSAC is comprised of 179 preparatory schools across New England.
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NMH's Mohamed Hussein '14 named Gatorde XC Runner of Year

Mohamed Hussein, Northfield Mount Hermon Class of  2014, has been named the Gatorade Massachusetts Boys’ Cross Country Runner of the Year for 2013-14. Click here to read more. 

“Race of Champions” - St. Mark’s Shines at New England All-Star Race in Southborough


St. Mark’s hosted the New England Prep School Track Association All-Star Race (the “Race of Champions”) for both boys and girls this past Saturday. The weather was perfect, and the course was in great shape. This race invites the top finishers from each of the four divisional championships and allows the “best of the best” to compete: these are the All-New England All-Stars for girls and boys in prep school competition.
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The Governor's Academy: 2012 Boys' NEPSTA Division II Champions!


The Governors Cross-Country teams traveled to Hebron, ME to run in the NEPSTA Division II Cross-Country Championships. On race day, sunny skies, temperatures in the 40’s, and a moderate breeze created ideal conditions for running. South-central Maine offers topographical features that make a cross-country course challenging, and Hebron’s course had them: wide trails through the woods with constantly rolling terrain and at least three thigh-burning hills at virtually each mile mark. Not a course for the faint-hearted, the Govs boys ran it stout-heartedly, coming from the middle of the pack at the half-way mark to place five runners in the top twenty and to place first among 18 teams with 84 points. A mere seven seconds separated junior Patrick Farrell (13th of 125, 18:12), sophomore McLean Sherrin (15th, 18:13), senior tri-captain Ryan Gill (17th, 18:16), sophomore Michael Dik (19th, 18:18) and senior tri-captain EJ Connor (20th, 18:19), all of whom earned All-New England status and the opportunity to run in the 2012 Meet of Champions. The tightness of this pack proved just how essential it is to run as a team in this sport. Senior Jakob Cronberg (31st, 18:43) and senior tri-captain Joe Rokous (40th, 19:14) rounded out the finishers for the Govs. The boys’ team worked hard all season, and the New England Championship was a well-deserved reward. Last year’s team finished third in New England, and this is the team’s first championship since 1996.

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2011 NEPSTA All-Star Meet Results

The NEPSTA All-Star meet was run today at St. Mark's School in
Southborough, MA. 51 Girls and 42 Boys completed the course.

Congratulations to Nicole Marvin from Kent School (18:54) who broke the
Girls course record by more than one minute and was the winner of the
Girls Race.

Congratulations to Matthew Klein from Hopkins School (16:18) who also
broke the Boys course record and was the winner of the Boys race.
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Bancroft Senior Wins 4th EIL: Cross Country Champion Sam Fujimori is Undefeated


On November 4, 2011, cross country runner Sam Fujimori, a senior at Bancroft School, won his fourth straight Eastern Independent League (EIL) Cross Country Championship at Franklin Park in Boston. Sam followed up on November 12 with a win at the New England Preparatory School Track Association (NEPSTA) Div. IV races in Hebron, ME – his second NEPSTA title.

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Groton Wins 2010 Division III New England Cross Country Championship

Groton won its 4th consecutive New England championship held at Governors Academy this past Saturday. Groton placed four runners in the top 15. Sixth Former Ted Leonhardt was the overall boys champion finishing first in a time of 17:01, on Governors' challenging 5 km course. Senior Josh Imhoff was second in a time of 17:16. Earning All New England honors were Ted, Josh, Zander McClelland, and Eric Smyth.

From The Groton School website

2007 St. Mark's Boys' Cross Country Repeat Division 4 Champs!

The St. Mark's varsity boys' runners traveled to Cheshire Academy on Saturday and returned as the New England Champions for the second straight year! All our runners submitted excellent performances. Co-captain Austin Brock ('08 - 17:59) led the way for St. Mark's on the tough course, finishing second overall. Austin was followed by Jim Walker ('09 -- 18:13), Shaun Viguerie ('08 -- 18:29), co-captain Abbott Gilbane ('08 - 18:34), Walter Cabot ('09 -- 18:46), Hoitt McAllister ('08 -- 18:52), and Sam Lawfer ('09 -- 19:06). Austin Brock ('08), Jim Walker ('09), Shaun Viguerie ('08), Abbott Gilbane ('08), and Walter Cabot ('09) were all named to the All-New England team. Hoitt McAllister ('08)and Sam Lawfer ('09) earned that status last year so, we ultimately had seven All-New England runners on one squad. I doubt that that achievement has been matched.

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2007 Cushing Boys' Cross Country Wins New England Division 2 Crown

On Saturday, the Cushing Boys' Varsity cross country team won the New England Class B Prep School Championship for the 3rd year in a row. Our team of 7 captured 4 of the top 10 places in the 98-runner field, and five Penguins were among the fifteen runners named to the All New England Cross Country Team. With our scoring five coming in 1st, 3rd, 4th, 7th and 12th, the team scored 27 points (i.e. 1+3+4+7+12 = 27). Last year, our winning team scored 31, and our 2005 penguins scored 34 points in their victorious effort (N.B. In cross country competitions, the team with the lowest score wins). This year, Cushing was followed by Hopkins (76 points), Belmont Hill (125), Kent (126), Milton (147), Brunswick (158), Salisbury (164), Tabor (241), Worcester (257), Suffield (258), Westminster (275), Nobles (309), Berkshire (324) and our gracious hosts, Williston Northampton (333).

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