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NU Cross Country League Finals 2023

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The Nevada Union Cross Country team raced their league finals on Thursday, October 26th at Railhead Park in Auburn. Their first League meet was on September 27th on the Nevada Union course. The Boys’ Varsity team was going for the win over Ponderosa, which was the biggest competition. They did not beat them, but they still got second place by only one point! The Girls’ Varsity team went out to try their best, having a successful day. The same can be said for the Boys’ and Girls’ Frosh/Soph teams. On Saturday, November 4th, the team had their crucial Sub-Sections race. The Boys’ Varsity made it to sections, which is set for this weekend. Their year-long goal is to make it to State as a team, which would be a huge accomplishment.

The top five runners of the Varstiy Boys’ team at the League Finals were Joshua Griffin (11), Rowan Henry (10), Koen Cayabyab (12), Charles La Jeunesse (10), and Ethan McCracken (11). Griffin ran the three-mile course in 16:08, awarding him third place in the race. Henry finished in eleventh place with a time of 16:58, and Cayabyab in seventeenth with a time of 17:38.

How do you see the Varsity team after subsections?

“I see the varsity boys making it to sections and preparing for the race. I think we are motivated to try our hardest as best as we can.” – Charles La Jeunesse (10)

 

 

For the Girls’ Varsity team, the top five runners are Leah Krason (9), Eleni Keriotis (10), Delaney Sherr (12), Sara Sullivan (12), and Audrey Graham (12). Krason scored third place with 19:05, Keriotis in seventh with a time of 20:11, and Sherr with 24:02, placing her at twenty-third. Both Keriotis and Krason have qualified for the sections meet.

How did you feel about the Varsity Girls’ performance at League Finals?

“We did good on a really hard course and we finished with tons of grit” – Delaney Shurr (12)

“I think the girls’ varsity did good. But I don’t think it was overall our best race, but not the worst.” – Evi Barber (11)

 

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Ethan McCracken, Staff Writer/Editor
Ethan McCracken is a Junior and an editor for NUmedia. This is his third year on the Prospector yearbook and second year on student media at Nevada Union. He is a top runner on the NU Cross Country team. In his free time, he likes to work out and listen to music. At school, he enjoys weight training. He hopes to become a famous actor, musician, or athlete.

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