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Cross Country - Varsity vs. Berkshire School
vs. Kent School

Event Type: Regular

Date: October 7, 2017

Score:TP 27, Berkshire 28, TP 38 Kent 20

Event Recap:
The young Pride Harriers travelled to Kent to compete in a tri-meet vs. host Kent and Berkshire.  Nick Grande ran his best race of the year and finished in first place, out running a Kent runner over the last 800 M.  Jack Long and Jimmy Nolan continued to show improvement as they finished at TP's second and third man respectively.  Geoffrey Chu and Joe Perettine finished as the fourth and fifth runners.  It was the effort put forth by this collective group which allowed the Pride to earn their first win of the year against Berkshire.  Tommy Howell and Andrew Zhang rounded out the top 7.  Also running well for the Pride were Ben Yoon, Thomas O'Mara, Tyler Manning, Skyler Coard, Rodger Ecker, Duc Bui, Andrew Romeo, David Poulos, and Leo Yan.  Duy Tran, Max Brady, Ken Lee, Alex Fang, Nick Seldon, Tommy Li, Oscar Chong, Maxcy Streeter, Ray Kazi and Jay Wen also ran and put in a great deal of effort.  The coaching staff wishes to congratulate Ken Lee, Ray Kazi and Maxcy Streeter for finishing their first Prep School Cross Country race.

T-P Scoreboard

Wednesday, 02/21/2018
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  vs. Millbrook School
L   |  0-7   |  recap
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  vs. Taft School
W   |  5-2
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  vs. Taft School
Win (4-3)
CHANGED: This event has changed.
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  vs. Masters School
W   |  83-52   |  recap
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W   |  6-1

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