9/19 Weekend: LaSalle 2nd to WPP NJ, CR - Notre Dame 3rd @ Briarwood|Beegle wins in VA


09/19 Bulldog Invitational-Northern Lehigh
Northern Lehigh
Amber Carroll of Tamaqua rose above the rest in a big way, winning the girls individual title in a quick 19:22.9, to outdistance herself by 44 seconds over the field. Honesdale girls took home the team title, despite Pocono Mountain East putting two in the top seven. However, Honesdale had their five in the top 29 to take top honors.
Exeter boys snuck away with the boys team title 50-56 over Easton. Easton placed five in the top 19 overall, but could not overcome the 1-2 finish of Exeter, led by individual champion Zach Greth (16:40.7) and Josh Cox (16:46.5).

Slatington, PA


09/19 14th Annual Bulldog Invitational-Big Spring
Big Spring
Chambersburg boys used a 41 second spread between their first and fifth runners to defeat Dallastown by 16. All of Chambersburg's scorers ran under 18 minutes and finished in the top 18. Dallastown got some good help from their individual champion Chuck Lockwood, who won the race in 16:19.31 to win by 25 seconds.
The top four girls finished within ten seconds of each other, but Alexa Gruschow of Mechanicsburg overcame freshman Little Brown by 3 seconds to win in 20:32.60. Chambersburg put three in the top ten to complete the sweep of the team titles with 59 points to beat runner up Shippensburg.

Newville, PA


09/19 16th Lackawanna County Commissioners Inv.
The Dallas boys took home the team title, placing five in the top twenty with a spread of fifty seconds between the five. Top runner Chris Dailey added an extra piece of hardware, taking home the individual title with a time of 16:08, winning by seventeen seconds.
The Dallas girls completed the double by winning the girls team title, only they were slightly more dominating. The girls placed all seven in the top 20 with a spread of 53 seconds between their first and fifth. Junior Allison Hall of Blue Ridge won the individual title and was just shy of breaking 19 minutes, running 19:03.

Scranton, PA


09/19 Boardman Spartan Invitational
PA#3 Norwin girls perform well in Ohio by placing 3rd in the Varsity Division 1 race, scoring 97 points, ten points out of first place. Jenna Gigliotti led Norwin once again, running 19:15.16 to finish 4th. Top PA individual finish came from Elaina Balouris of Hampton, who ran 19:04.21 to finish 2nd. Greensburg-Salem finished 5th in the Varsity Division 3 race with 197 points, led by Rachel Wright who finished 29th.
On the boys side, Mount Lebanon's Rad Gunzenhauser was the runner up in the Varsity Division 1 race, running 16:00.65 and led his team to a 6th place finish.

Youngstown, OH


09/19 Bradford 6th Annual XC Invitational
Bradford Area
Bradford's boys put together a 30 point performance, with help from a 1-2-3 finish from winner Matthew White (16:27.4), Adam Barnes (16:27.2) and Michael White (16:37.9) to win the team title over Elk County Catholic.
Emily Giannotti of Coudersport continues to rise above her competition as she took home another individual title with a strong time of 18:48.2, the second time this season she has broken 19 minutes. Elk County Catholic sneaked past host Bradford 40-43 to take home the girls team title. Both teams put all seven runners in the top 20 overall.

Bradford, PA


09/19 Bulldog Invitational-Rose Tree
Kelye Freedman of Radnor (19:10.4 small school) and Kayla Lampe of Bishop Shanahan (18:50.6 large school) were the girls individual winners. Lampe made her victory look easy, leading for most of the race and never looking back. Freedman had to fight off a charge from Archbishop Carroll's Katie Rodden and pass her off the final turn into the finish. Freedman's performance also led Radnor to the small school team title with 22 points. Central Bucks South won the large school title by nine points of Cardinal O'Hara.
Downingtown West had a 1-2 finish from Ian Barnhill (16:00.5) and Quinn Devlin (16:00.9) to lead their team to the team title in the large school race with 50 points to defeat runner up Wissahickon. David Klein won the individual title in the small school race with a time of 16:18.9, and his performance led his team to the individual title with 37 points, 50 points better than the runner up.

Media, PA


09/19 Chris Fretz Invitational
Perkiomen Valley
Vince Perozze made it 2-for-2 in invitational victories as he cruise to the individual title and his teammates help bring home the boys team title. Perozze ran 15:53 on his home course to win by 41 seconds. PA#7 Downingtown East girls continue to run well as they bring home the team championship. Biz Weiler added a 1st place trophy to go with the team title, winning the race in 19:31 to edge Audrey Malloy from Upper Perkiomen (19:32)

Collegeville, PA


09/19 Conneaut Lake Invitational
Conneaut Lake
Central Tech boys broght home both the team title by 3 points over Oil CIty, and they had the individual winner in Danny Mello, who ran 17:45 to win the race by 3 seconds over teammate Alec Raynor. Cranberry took home both team and individual titles in the girls race. They won the team title with 69 points and they were led by McKenna Spence, who ran 20:39 for the victory.

Conneaut Lake, PA


09/19 Dickinson Long/Short Invitational

Carlisle, PA


09/19 Elmira Invitational

Elmira, NY



IUP Invitational


Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Indiana, PA


09/19 Lake Forest Cross Country Festival R
Garnet Valley boys finished 5th in the Varsity A race led by an 11th place finish by Andrew Smith in 17:09. The Garnet Valley girls finish in 8th, led by a 17th place finish by Alyssa Radowsky.

Lake Forest, DE


09/19 Lebanon County Meet
Eastern Lebanon County took home both individual titles. Kayleigh Perry won another individual title, running 19:49.5, the only girl to break 20 minutes. Kyle Kessler brought home the boys individual title for ELCO, running 16:36.5 to win by just under 14 seconds.

Palmyra, PA

Partial Results Posted

09/19 Panther Invitational
Commodore Perry
The West Middlesex boys use a 44 second spread between their first and fifth runners, and they also had a 56 second spread between their first and seventh runners to win the team title 37-51 over runner up Slippery Rock. Mike Moore of Erie Cathedral Prep was the individual winners, taking the title in 17:18.5.
The West Middlesex girls completed the team sweep, winning the girls team title with 33 points, 45 points better than Hickory. Hickory did have the individual winner in Morgan Richards, who won the race in 19:46.2

Hadley, PA


09/19 Penn State-Behrend Invitational
Penn State-Behrend
Grove City Area took home both team championships with big victories. Jacob Kildoo continues to lead his team and he put on a dominating performance, winning the race in 15:42. The boys placed seven in the top 30 overall. The Grove City girls also put seven in the top 30 overall to win their team title, and they were led by a runner up finish from Sara Chuzie. Allison Gibbens from Seneca came away with the individual title in 20:06.

Behrend, PA


09/19 Spartan Invitational
North Schuylkill
Oley Valley boys put a strong hold on the boys race, placing six in the top nine overall to score 24 points and win the team title. Runner up North Schuylkill's Brendan Shearn was the individual winner, running 17:37, and was the only boy under 18 minutes on the day.
The North Schuylkill girls had better fortune than their counterparts and took home the girls team title over Oley Valley 40-50. Carlyn Ball of Bloomsburg was the only girl to break 21 minutes, taking home the individual title with a time of 20:58.

Ashland, PA


09/19 William & Mary Invitational
College of William & Mary
Allentown Central Catholic girls were the winners of the girls varsity B race, putting their scoring five in the top 20 in the field and having a spread of only 34 seconds. Brianna Sweeney was the top runner for the winners, placing 6th with a time of 21:57 on the 3.19 mile course.
In the girls A race, Gettysburg high school was led by an 11th place finish by Colleen O'Dowd (Right in photo by Timothy O'Dowd, IrishRunner.com) in 21:18. The team finished 11th.
In the boys B race, Mike Beegle
(Left in photo by Timothy O'Dowd, IrishRunner.com) ran away with the individual title, running 17:06 to win by 40 seconds. His victory led his team to an 8th place finish. The Allentown Central Catholic boys were 6th in the same race, led by an 8th place finish from Dan Fitzpatrick, who ran 18:23.

Williamsburg, VA



Video of Varsity Boys B Race by Brandon Miles (Mike Beegle, Gettysburg wins)

Video of Varsity Girls A Race by Brandon Miles (Colleen O'Dowd, Gettysburg, top PA time - 11th)