VOTE: Cross Country Athletes of the Week (10/3 - 10/10)

There were some incredible performances over the last few days. Each week we will nominate multiple athletes and allow you to vote for the Runner of the Week. This week's poll will close on October 13th, at 5:00 pm ET.

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This Week's Boys Candidates:

(Listed in Random Order)


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Sean Aiken (Eden Christian) - Ran a personal best of 15:37 to win the Youthtowne Clash. He led his team to the team victory as Eden Christian outscored the next team by 40-points.

Kamden Kramer (McDowell) - Ran a 15:47 5K to finish fifth at the Legends Invitational (OH). With the finish, Kramer led his team to a 1-point victory at the Invitational.

Patrick Lawson (Haverford) - Lawson won the individual DELCO Championship by turning in a 16-flat. In doing so, Lawson becomes the fourth boy in a row to win the Championship in a Haverford singlet.

Luke Brown (Cathedral Prep) - Luke Brown won his race at the prestigious Manhattan College Invitational, running 12:59 over the 4K course to win the Varsity A race. That time would go down as the fastest time on the day by a Pennsylvanian, and he would've finished 18th in the Eastern Championship race with that time.

This Week's Girls Candidates:

(Listed in Random Order)


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Logan St. John Kletter (Mount Lebanon) - St. John Kletter ran the PA #1 time, a 17:29, to win the Legends Invitational (OH). For much of the race, she dueled with Natalie McLean, trading the lead, before eventually delivering a kick to outrun McLean and set the PA best.

Eliza Miller (Kiski) - Won the WPIAL AAA Section IV championship by holding off Annabel Johnson throughout the Northmoreland Park course. Miller ran 18:41 and additionally led her team to the championship title.

Olivia Cieslak (Haverford) - Cieslak won the individual DELCO Championship and, as a result, led her team to the title as well. She ran 18:42 in the run as she managed the race and controlled the effort from the front.

Natalie McLean (Pine-Richland) - Set the PA #2 time after dueling with St. John Kletter at the Legends Invitational. McLean ran a 40-second personal best in the effort, breaking 18 for the first time and continuing her strong season.