|Bulldog and Urbana Invitationals|
Course Records in AA County and Weaverling Throws Out Fire
URBANA HAWK INVITATIONAL
Coach Vollmer of Poolesville is going to shave his head at the state meet at Hereford if his girl's team can pull off the win there. His team looked strong today as Claire Beautz and Chelsea Pennello took one-two at the Inaugural Urbana Hawk Invitational.
Up towards the front the entire race, both Beautz and Pennello pulled away in the last half mile, as both runners look to do the same in the upcoming county meet. This was Beautz's first individual win. Urbana, looking to win the 3A title, took a slightly different route today as they rested their top 2 runners in Emily Mulhern and Kelly Winklbauer.
Sarah Askine looked strong on her home course and made her way up the field to finish third. The South Carroll Cavaliers took home the team victory using a pack strategy.
Chase Weaverling took home the individual title to complement Beatz's victory smashing the course record in 15:22.
A dominating performance, it quickly became a time trial with the race being against the clock.
Following this race, Weaverling will take on Will Bertrand at the county meet which should be one of the most intriguing matchups this season.
Led by John Mead, Century High School came out to race as they finished in what they admitted to a surprising second place finish.
As many teams start to round into form at this time in the season, Century could prove to be a darkhorse. Their past success and experience may help lead them to a late season run.
|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 06 November 2012 07:46 )|