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Cross Country - Varsity vs. Founder's

Event Type: Regular

Date: November 4, 2017

Score:8th place

Event Recap:

The Cross Country team traveled to Hotchkiss to compete in the Founders League Cross Country Championship Meet.  The young team continued its trend of improvement and finished in 8th place.  For the majority of the runners this was their first championship meet and the experience proved to be educational and enlightening, as the boys were exposed to very competitive racing.  Nick Grande again lead the way for the Pride with a 24th place finish.  Andrew Zhang was the second man, Jack Long was the third man, Thomas Howell was the fourth man and Joe Perettine was the fifth man.  Jimmy Nolan and Geoffrey Chu rounded out the top 7.

The JV team finished in 7th place in their race.  This group of runners is to be commended for their continuing improvement.  Tyler Manning lead the way for the Pride, finishing in 37th place.  Ben Yoon, Skyler Coard, Leo Yan and Rodger Ecker were the other scoring runners.  Oscar Chong and Max Brady were the sixth and seventh runners for the JV team.  Both Ecker and Chong continued impress the coaches were their times and effort.  Also running in the JV race were David Poulos, Matthew Romeo, Duc Bui,Duy Tran, Tommy Li, Alex Fang and Jay Wen.  The coaches would also like to recognize Jay Wen for improving his PR by over 3 minutes.

T-P Scoreboard

Saturday, 02/17/2018
Basketball - Varsity
  vs. Masters School
W   |  83-52   |  recap
Squash - Varsity
  vs. Canterbury School
W   |  6-1
Hockey - JV
  vs. Hotchkiss School
Loss (3-5)
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Hockey - Varsity
  vs. Hotchkiss School
W   |  4-2
Squash - JV
  vs. Canterbury School
L   |  3-4   |  recap
Hockey - 3rd
  vs. Forman School
Win (3-2)
CHANGED: This event has changed.

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