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09/11 20th Big Red Invitational
West Middlesex
Morgan Richards of Hickory ran 19:38 to win the varsity girls red race by just under a minute. Corry won the team title with 74 points to beat Fort Leboeuf by 15. Corry placed three in the top eight to help guide them to victory. In the girls white race, M. Spence of Cranberry ran 19:47 to win the race and become the only girl to break 20 minutes in that field. West Middlesex won the team title with 95 points to win by 26 over Youngsville.
For the boys red race, A. Pondel of Corry ran 16:52 to win the individual title by 21 seconds. Fort Leboeuf won the team title with 95 points to beat Hickory by 30, using a spread of 38 seconds to help led the victory charge. For the varsity white race, N. Tallada of Saegerstown ran 16:37 to win by 17 seconds over teammate H. Johnston. Their 1-2 finish was not enough to hold off West Middlesex, who scored 57 points to win the team title. West Middlesex placed six in the top 19 and had a 37 second spread between their first and sixth runners.

West Middlesex, PA


09/11 32nd Annual Centaur Invitational
DeSales University
Holy Ghost Prep Boys won their second invitational in a row, scoring 69 points to beat Hatboro Horsham by 21 on the hilly Desales University layout. Brett Kelly of Boyertown took the individual title with an impressive time of 15:48.9 to win by 32 seconds over 8:50 3000 meter runner Zach Greth of Exeter. Sam Hibbs of the runner up Hatboro Horsham finished 3rd in 16:22.7.

For the girls, T-PA#8 Downingtown East was victorious with 62 points, placing their scoring five in the top 24 overall. Liberty was 2nd with 94 points and Boyertown was 3rd with 97 points. Victoria Gerlach of Pennridge (18:38.9) held off former state champion Jess Cygan of Liberty (18:43.5) to win the individual crown. Paige Stoner of  Pottsville was the only other girl to break 19 minutes, finishing 3rd in 18:58.9.

Center Valley, PA


09/11 42nd Annual Mill Street Run
Holy Ghost Preparatory School
Council Rock South beat rivals Council Rock North 42-51 to win the girls team title. Kate Scott of Council Rock North ran 17:09 for the 2.9 mile layout to win the individual title.

Lower Moreland took 2nd through 4th places in the 2.9 mile race behind the 15:36 of Dan Gelman, to capture boys' Division II team honors with 32 points. Bensalem's Brad Rivera won the race in 15:32, leading his team to the Division I title by ten points over Council Rock North.


Bristol, PA


09/11 Brunswick Invitational
Brunswick High School
Delone Catholic girls tied for 3rd in the small school race with 96 points, led by a 3rd place finish by Emily Rescinite in 20:19, while the boys finished 2nd with 78 points led by Chris Sauvageau's 16:42, good enough for 4th place. Fairfield girls finished 5th with a 120 points with Kaitlyn Beckham running 21:38 to finish 15th.

Brunswick, Md


09/11 Central Bucks East Invitational
Central Bucks East
Megan McGovern of North Penn (18:30) won the individual title over state runner up Katie Kinkead and sophomore Veronica Eder by 12 seconds. However, McGovern's performance was not enough as PA#4 Central Bucks East defended their home course and defeated PA#6 North Penn 40-45. CB East accomplished the feat with their #2 runner Jenny Guidera, who was 4th at the Sharp Invite last week.

For the boys, Alex Izewski won his 2nd straight invitational, running 15:58 for the victory. Teammate Alex Kane was 2nd in 16:18. Pennridge won the team title with 56 points with a 34 second spread and five in the top 18 overall. North Penn was 2nd with 66 points and Central Bucks East was 3rd with 70 points.

Doylestown, PA


09/11 Chestnut Hill Academy Invitational
Chestnut Hill Academy
Dustin Wilson of Chestnut Hill Academy cruised to victory on his home course, winning the race in 15:23. His winning performance helped his team earned 2nd place behind Masterman's 40 points thanks to a 4-6-7-10 finish from their front four.

For the girls, Kristen Greenwood of Episcopal Academy won the individual title with her winning performance of 19:43. Her victory led her team to victory 47-70 over Masterman. Episcopal had three in the top ten overall.

Philadelphia, PA


09/11 East Palestine Rotary Invitational
East Palestine
Strong Vincent Boys finished 5th in the boys varsity race with 157 points. The squad was led by a 19th place finish by Brandon Jurkiewicz, who ran 18:33.5. The girls were 12th with 323 points led by Maria Dunsworth, who ran 24:40 to finish 57th.

East Palestine, OH


09/11 Forest Hills Invitational
Forest Hills
Leah Anne Wirfel of Forst Hills defended her home turf to earn her 2nd invitational victory of the season, running 18:25 to beat out Kendall Seymour of Central Cambria by 27 seconds. Kendall's runner up performance led her three time defending state championship team to a narrow 79-97 victory over Wirfel's Forest Hills squad. Alyssa Brandeis's 5th place finish also contributed to the Central Cambria win.

For the boys, Westmont Hilltop were the only team to place three in the top 20 overall and took home the team title over Bishop McCourt 92-127. United's Ray Ofman edged out Justin Huey by 6 seconds with his winning time of 16:49.

Sidman, PA


09/11 Gettysburg XC Invitational
Gettysburg Area High School
Hempfield boys won the team title with 153 points, placing three in the top 25 overall to win by 48 points. Tom Gruschow of Trinity won the individual title with a time of 16:05, 6 seconds better than runner up Connor Strynkowski of Palmyra.

For the girls, T-PA#8 Central Bucks West placed five in the top 31 to score 90 points and win by 50. Mackenzie Nolan of Hempfield (19:21) held off Kaylee Kubisak of New Oxford by two seconds to win the individual title.

Gettysburg, PA


09/11 Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational
Penn State University
Reece Ayers of Tunkhannock Area ran 15:38.1 to enjoy a 25 second victory over the field in Happy Valley. Vince Fadale of Selinsgrove Area (16:03.5) held off Ryan Smathers of North East (16:04.9) for 2nd. Bayport Blue Point of New York crashed the PA party and won the team title with 56 points, placing five in the top 16 in a 30 second span. PA's top team was runner up State College with 99 points with a 38 second spread.

For the girls, PA#10 State College were narrowly upset by Governor Mifflin 56-63. Governor Mifflin countered State College's five in the top 18 performance by placing four in the top 10. Individual honors went to Wilson's Maggie Lawrence, who ran 18:34.2 for the 17 second victory.

University Park, PA


09/11 Hurricane Invitational
Schuylkill Haven Area
Tamaqua girls scored a low 22 points to cruise to the team title, while Jim Thorpe boys clung onto a two point team win over North Schuylkill 64-66. Brendan Shearn of North Schuylkill took home the boys individual title with a huge victory in
16:42, winning by almost two minutes. Amber Carroll of Tamaqua won the girls individual crown with a time of 19:57, winning by over a minute and led all five scoring girls inside the top 8.

, PA


09/11 Lebanon Valley Invitational
Central York HS girls used a 1-2-3-4-7 finish from Kelsey Ibarra (19:49), Allison Jacobs (20:50), Katie Crum (21:06), Megan Lundy (21:17), and Emily Loeffelholz (21:39) to score 17 points and win the 5 team invitational.

For the boys, St Joe's Prep used a 1-2-3 finish from winner Owen Glatts (16:46), Brian Wolff (17:03), and Paul Gennaro (17:07) to hold off Annville Cleona 22-38. All five St Joe's Prep runners finished in the top 9.

East Hanover, PA


09/11 Meteor Invitational
Northeast Bradford won the boys title 43-57 over Corning, NY thanks to a 3-4-5-8 performance up front with the four of them being separated by 16 seconds. Individual honors went to Cal Michaels of Vestal, who ran 17:05 to win the race by 11 seconds. Vestal, NY went 1-2-8 on their way to bringing a PA trophy over the state border, winning the meet over Wallenpaupack 38-44. Mary Katherine Kulp completed the individual title sweep for Vestal, winning the girls rance in 21:15, five seconds better than teammate Alicia Sutphin.

Montrose, PA


09/11 Twin Valley Raider Invitational
Twin Valley
Cardinal O'Hara girls had little difficulty winning their first invitational of the season, using a 38 second spread and having their top seven in the top ten overall with all of them running under 20:45. Rache Carr of Phoenixville ran 20:01 for a 2 second victory over Catholic League cross country champion Nicole Delgrosso.

For the boys, the host school Twin Valley defended their turf and won the team title with 45 points, 9 points better than Oral J Roberts. Connor Harriman of Pennsbury won the team title with a time of 15:53, 17 seconds better than runner up Matt Ahearne of Twin Valley.

Elverson, PA


09/11 Waynesburg Invitational
Waynesburg College

Waynesburg, PA