Coverage

Week In Review: Wills Blazes a 14:54; St. Ignatius Magnificat Dominate at AOC Sep 27, 2009

Another weekend of cross country and excitement is in the books.  This week saw Zach Wills dipping under 15 minutes for the first time in his career at the Culver Academis Invitational.  St. Ignatius and Magnificat both won their respective Championship races at the All Ohio Catholic Championship in Kettering, Ohio.

Cabell Midland Moves to the Top of Team Rankings Sep 30, 2009

Cabell Midland claims top team rankings for girls and boys. Some of the fast times were put up on the same course. As we get more into the season, a clearer picture will develop.   Jorden Thornton, a freshman from Cabell Midland, moved into the top 3 rankings with her 19:12.59 at the Adidas Saturday Night Lights  held at Centerville High School in Centerville, Ohio.   The Cabell Midland girls sit atop the WVRunners team standings with an average time of 20:13.93 for the top 5 runners.   Jefferson led by the top ranked runner, Alyssa Boucher, is in second, Hurricane is third, followed by University High School , Morgantown , and Preston     As with all Cross Country rankings, it is not an exact science as courses and conditions are different for each meet.   2009 High School Girls Team Rankings.       WVRunners team rankings for boys have Cabell Midland, led by freshman Jacob Burcham, on top with an average time of 16:46 for their top 5 runners.       Jefferson is in 2nd place with an average time of 17:08. Jefferson is led by the 3rd ranked boy, Brandon Doughty, a junior. Doughty has constantly put up faster times each week as he raced to a 5th place finish in 16:12 at the Oatlands Invitational .       Our current boy leader Cody Pelliccioni, junior from Morgantown, won the Oatlands race in 15:49 as he continues to dominate this Cross Country season.   The rest of the boy’s team rankings show Fairmont Senior in 3rd place followed by University High School, Preston, Berkeley Springs, and Morgantown.     2009 High School Boys Team Rankings

Discussions