Cross country results

Elk Lake

Elk Lake’s boys’ and girls’ cross country teams each took a pair of victories on Tuesday afternoon in Dimock to remain unbeaten on the year.

Elk Lake’s boys moved to 7-0 on the year with an 18-37 over Wallenpaupack and a 16-45 win over Delaware Valley as Luke Jones took first place at 16:35.

The Lady Warriors moved to 5-0 with a 22-35 win over ‘Paupack and a 17-46 win over Delaware Valley as Maria Trowbridge finished first a 19:34.

Other top finishers for Elk Lake’s boys included Jeff Horvath in third at 16:57, Will Bennett in fourth at 17:10, Sean Carney in fifth at 17:14 and Bryan Grosvenor took 11th at 18:10.

On the girls’ side, behind Trowbridge was Elizabeth Trowbridge in second place at 19:56, Kirsten Hollister in fifth at 20:17, Laney Bedell in ninth at 20:46, Emily Williams in 10th at 20:49, Abby Zdancewicz in 11th at 20:50 and Cassy Salsman in 15th at 22:17.

In junior high action, Elk Lake’s boys took a 28-29 loss to Delaware Valley while the girls’ team beat Delaware Valley 15-50 while beating Wallenpaupack 25-31. Jenny VanEtten took first for Elk Lake at 11:49.

Mountain View

Mountain View’s boys’ cross country teams took home a win from a home meet on Tuesday.

The boys’ team defeated Susquehanna 15-50 while falling to Lakeland 17-45, Lackawanna Trail 15-48 and Riverside 25-30.

On the girls’ side, Mountain View faced a loss from Lakeland, 15-50.

Coming in tops for the Eagles was Ridge Bernosky in 13th place with a 20:25, and on the girls’ side, Mountain View was led by a 15th place finish from Mary Skrowicz at 32:59.

Also finishing for the boys was Anthony Miller in 22nd at 21:28, Liam Maloney in 33rd at 24:06, Austin Chudlinski in 34th at 24:08, Joe Marshalet in 37th at 24:33, Owen Flannery in 39th at 25:05, Tony Gaynor in 40th at 25:11, Brian Gade in 52nd at 29:42, Zach McCarty in 55th at 30:38, Chris Powers in 59th at 44:57 and Mike Purdy in 60th at 44:58.

In junior high action, Mountain View’s boys were defeated 15-50 by Dunmore, Lakeland, Susquehanna and Lackawanna Trail while the girls’ team faced 15-50 losses from Susquehanna, Lakeland, Riverside and Dunmore.

Finishing for Mountain View’s junior high boys were James Goodenough in 17th at 13:08, Seth Fluck in 30th at 16:02, Joey Nally in 32nd at 16:10 and Douglas Martula in 38th at 18:38.

Blue Ridge

Blue Ridge’s boys’ split a pair while the girls’ team lost two at a meet held at Elk Lake on Tuesday.

The Raider boys finished up defeating Delaware Valley 22-36 while falling 23-35 to Wallenpaupack as Jake Hinkley finished in second place at 16:53.

On the girls’ side, Blue Ridge lost 15-50 to Delaware Valley and Wallenpaupack.

Coming in behind Hinkley on the boys’ side was Mike Robbs in eighth place at 17:44.

In junior high action, Blue Ridge’s girls lost 15-50 to Delaware Valley and 19-40 to Wallenpaupack.

Montrose

Montrose’s boys’ team split while the girls’ team took a pair of losses at a meet held at Elk Lake on Tuesday.

The boys took a 28-30 win over Delaware Valley while falling 17-42 to Wallenpaupack as the girls’ team took a 20-41 loss to Wallenpaupack and a 26-32 loss to Delaware Valley.

Finishing tops on the boys’ side was Ryan Martin in 13th place with a time of 18:23, while Samantha Bennici took third place overall on the girls’ side at 20:11.

Allison Lewis finished in 14th place for the Montrose girls with a time of 21:59.

In junior high action, Montrose’s boys lost 17-44 to Delaware Valley and 15-50 to Wallenpaupack while the girls’ team took a 15-50 win over Delaware Valley and a 16-44 loss to ‘Paupack.

Forest City

Forest City’s boys’ and girls’ teams were swept in a cross country meet at Valley View on Tuesday.

The boys’ team faced 15-50 losses for Abington Heights, Valley View and North Pocono while the girls’ team also suffered a trio of 15-50 losses.

Forest City didn’t place any runners in the top 15 of the race.

In junior high action, Forest City also took 15-50 losses from North Pocono, Abington Heights and Valley View.

Susquehanna

Susquehanna’s boys’ cross country team traveled to Mountain View on Tuesday where the Sabers suffered four losses.

The Sabers took 15-50 losses from Lackawanna Trail, Lakeland, Riverside and Mountain View.

Finishing for Susquehanna’s boys was Zack Stanford in 58th at 35:55 and Tim Flannery in 59th at 35:55.

In junior high action, Susquehanna’s boys faced a 19-36 loss from Lakeland, a 19-36 loss from Dunmore while beating Trail 22-32 and defeated Mountain View 15-50.

Finishing for the Saber junior high boys was Justin Acone in 14th at 13:01, Nick Acosta in 15th at 13:01, Sal Pelicci in 24th at 13:54, Brad Sherman in 30th at 15:05, Cory Glidden had 35th at 17:14, Jacob Smith had 36th at 17:21 and Justin Stanford in 38th at 18:13.

Susquehanna’s girls’ team defeated Mountain View 15-50, Dunmore 19-36, and Lakeland 22-33 while taking a loss from Riverside 26-29.

For the junior high girls, Alyssa Sweeney finished tops with a first place overall finish at 13:39, while Mikayla Hargett took fourth at 14:07, Piper Jauthier took 13th at 15:11, Mashawna Hargett took 15th at 15:17, Miranda Groover took 19th at 16:58, Rachel Hubal took 20th at 17:00, Jessica Plutino had 21st at 17:01, Nicole Sherman had 24th at 17:50, Katie Green had 30th at 18:46, Gabby Cena had 31st at 19:14, Tracy Miller had 33rd at 21:12, and Alyssa Rockwell had 34th at 21:21.

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