Update: Coach DeLuca and Coach DeCarciofolo Recap and Highlights 9/26
The BNL Cross Country team had our one and only home meet of the season this past Tuesday 9/26. We were extremely grateful for the weather and good conditions as we honored our seniors. The boys had a phenomenal showing with Lance Schroeder leading the pack with a time of 19:06 placing him 4th overall of the runners who ran. He was followed by John Savaria who placed 5th with a time of 19:22, Seth Hendricks in 6th place timed at 19:28, Nate Hendricks in 8th place with a time of 20:13, Aidan Van Dyk in 9th with a time of 20:19, Richard Bachner in 15th with a time of 22:00, Eben Donohue in 18th timing at 23:28, Finn Buckenroth in 19th coming in at 23:35, and Ryan Wu in 23rd coming in at 24:39.Our Girls worked on personal goals and improved as well! We had 3 runners, which unfortunately does not allow us to place but they all ran great times. Elaine Savaria came in 5th overall with a time of 24:08, followed by Vivian Whelan at 6th place with a time of 25:21, and Neema Muturi who placed 9th coming in at 27:15.
The boys were able to score and ended up beating out Mechanicville, Hoosic Valley, and Tamarac/Hoosick Falls with no less than an 11 point difference. Scores are as follows:
BNL – 25 Hoosic Valley – 36
BNL – 15 Mechanicville – 46
BNL – 22 Tamarac/Hoosick Falls – 33
The BNL Modified and Varsity Cross Country teams took to their home course at the Berlin Middle High School on Tuesday night. After walking the visiting teams through the strenuous course the Varsity team celebrated their seniors. Varsity Coach DeCarciofolo and Coach DeLuca introduced this year’s five seniors and presented flowers and a gift courtesy of the BNL Booster Club to their families.
Modified Coach McFall and Varsity Coaches DeCarciofolo and Coach DeLuca will be sharing the recaps and highlights soon. Check out the photo highlights from the race and congratulations to BNL Senior Cross Country Athletes Elaine Savaria, Aidan Van Dyk, Gabriel Kalisz, Vivian Whelan, and Allura Meizinger.
photos: BCSD Communications