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Mercury Cross Country Roundup: Perkiomen Valley boys outrun Norristown

Boys cross country

Perkiomen Valley 15, Norristown 50 >> The Vikings claimed each of the first 10 spots on the way to a PAC Liberty Division win over the Eagles.

Tyler Clifford crossed the finish line first with a time of 17:38, shortly followed by Dylan Danowski (17:46) and Ethan Ribelin (17:48). Riley Milligan finished up at 18:01 before Calvin Ribelin took fifth at 18:45.

Pope John Paul II 20, Pottsgrove 36 >> Jack Phillips led a 1-2-3 finish by the Golden Panthers as they outran the Falcons in their PAC Frontier Division race.

Phillips covered the Pottsgrove layout in 18:11, followed by teammates Jack Brosius (18:20) and Kaden Buchler (18:26). Branden Henriksen was the Falcons’ top runner, placing fourth in 19:09.

Upper Perkiomen 21, Upper Merion 37 >> Gabe Pitcher claimed individual race honors for the Indians in their PAC Frontier Division victory over the Vikings.

Pitcher clocked an 18:13 on his home course, beating out UM’s Jack Larkin (18:20). Lance Templeton, Donnie Miller and Blandin Conklin went 3-4-5 for UP with respective times of 18:52, 18:54 and 19:00.

Girls cross country

Perkiomen Valley 15, Norristown 50 >> The Vikings claimed each of the top 10 times during a PAC Liberty Division win over the Eagles.

Delaney O’Sullivan crossed first with a time of 21:44 followed by Emma Alexy, Jocelyn Rotay and Megan Furlong, who all finished at 23:22. Maddy Foster crossed at 23:50 while Anna Ferraro posted a 24:02.

Pope John Paul II 20, Pottsgrove 35 >> Though Naomi Hillen claimed individual race honors for the Falcons, the Golden Panthers took the next six spots to secure victory in this PAC Frontier Division race.

After Hillen crossed the line in 22:03, Gianna Cagliola placed second in 22:39 to lead the PJP charge. Natalie Florig (22:56), Katy Todd (23:25), Claudia Dolan (23:39) and Tess Crossan (24:08) had a 3-6 run. Pottsgrove took the last four spots in the Top 10 with Calista Faust seventh in 24:20.

Upper Merion 23, Upper Perkiomen 36 >> Serena Detweiler ran away with first place for the Indians, but the Vikings used a 2-3 finish and seven of the Top 10 to score the team victory in this PAC Frontier Division event.

Detweiler had the day’s lone sub-22 run, a 21:51 on her home course. Veronica Sanchez followed Detweiler in second place (22:38) and Claire Doan was third for UM in 23:13 ahead of UP’s Natalia Curley (fourth, 23:20).

 

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