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Kaepplinger starts, but Hornets fall

North Reading senior Dan Kaepplinger took top honors, running 16:18 for 2.85 miles, but the Hornets fell to both Hamilton-Wenham (20-40) and Triton (25-34). Liam Cregan finished eighth for the Hornets (0-3).

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Boys Cross Country, 09/11/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Hennessey, North Andover roll

North Andover had no problem blanking both Georgetown and Amesbury by 15-50 scores. Rob Hennessey (15:54), Daryl Varney and Alex Kramer finished together in the first three spots on the 2.85-mile Harold Parker course and Max O’Brien (16:02) and Rudi Starrett (16:18) weren’t far behind.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/11/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cox stands out in loss

Pentucket fell to Masconomet 15-50, but the Sachems (1-3) did beat Wilmington 25-34. Jason Cox led the Sachems, coming in 11th, followed by Matt Pearsall in 18th.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/11/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Methuen easily downs Dracut

Methuen beat Dracut 17-45. The Rangers took the top three spots with Jared Reddy (16:13), Andrew Stamatopulos (16:31) and Steve Fitzsimmons (16:32).

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Boys Cross Country, 09/10/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover beats Haverhill, Haverhill's Penney sets course record

Andover edged Haverhill 21-38. Golden Warriors Scott Waller (17:02), Nick Schumacher (17:04), Simon Voorhees (17:13) and Andrew Speen (18:03) took spots 2-5. Haverhill’s Ethan Penney won with a new course time of 16:33.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/10/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central tops Billerica

Central Catholic topped Billerica 15-48. Central scored the top five times with Kevin Soucey (17:44), Nate Webber (18:24), Tyler Burke (18:44), Adam Gidley (18:46) and Nick Morris (18:59).

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Boys Cross Country, 09/10/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

MVC Boys Cross Country: Methuen's reloading already complete

OVERVIEW: Methuen, which had captured five straight MVC meet championships prior to last year, should be back on top this fall after a brief reloading process. Defending champion Chelmsford will be strong again but, after holding off the young Rangers by a mere point in their dual meet last year, they'll miss graduated No. 1 man Chris Brown.

Haverhill needs to develop depth but, with Ethan Penney in front, the Hillies could be dangerous. Andover and Central Catholic should be improved.

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Boys Cross Country, 09/05/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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