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Eagles host cross-country meet

BRISTOL — Middlebury boys placed seven runners in the top 10 to highlight Tuesday’s five-team meet at Mount Abraham Union High School on a sunny fall Tuesday.
Henry Ganey won the boys’ race on the hilly Mount Abe course in 18:44 as the Tigers scored 23 points to outpace second-place Colchester (50). Rice (92) took third.
The Eagle boys, led by Jude Bunch in 17th (20:17), took fourth at 101, with Richford (122) in fifth.
Rice’s Charlotte Boyden breezed to the win in the girls’ race. Her time of 20:53 was more than two minutes better than runner-up Charlotte Kimble of MUHS (23:10), who led a group of three Tigers in the top 10.
Eagle Ally Hoff also cracked the top 10, taking fifth in 23:58, and Delaynah Leavitt was 11th in 25:41.
Only three girls’ teams had enough runners to score, and the race was close: Colchester (41) edged MUHS (51) and Mount Abe (61).
The local teams’ finishers in the boys’ race were:
• MUHS: 1. Ganey, 18:44; 3. Tobias Broucke, 18:48; 4. Haven Tate, 18:54; 7. James Whitley, 19:10; 8. Matt Ferguson, 19:21; 9. Christopher Garner, 19:36; 10. Nikhil Plouffe, 19:36; 11. Julian Schmitt, 19:44; 24. Daniel Wisell, 20:46; 27. Tim Ferguson, 21:33; 38. Wyatt Norris, 22:45; 39. Garrett Troumbley, 22:47; 42. James Baroz; 47. Ben Balparda, 23:25; 49. Nico Gori-Mantanelli, 23:31; 50. Arden Carling, 23:34; 60. Sandro Zihlman, 25:55; 61. Henry Dora, 26:03; 67. Ethan Reiderer, 28:24.
• Mount Abe: 17. Bunch, 20:17; 20. Roman Mayer, 20:25; 23. Eliot Brett, 20:46; 25. Aidan May, 20:50; 26. Will Aldrich, 21:28; 29. Andrew Raymond, 21:50; 34. Ross Carr, 22:21; 40. Patrick Marcotullio, 22:51; 43. Lyn Ackert-Smith, 22:57; 51. Peter Foley, 23:43; 54. Gary Conant, 24:23; 64. Isaac Giles, 27:24; 70. Brian Cousineau, 32:06.
The local teams’ finishers in the girls’ race were:
• MUHS: 2. Kimble, 23:10; 6. Kate Wallace, 24:38; 8. Danielle Morris, 25:18; 17. Emily Fleming, 26:55; 18. Waseya Lawton, 27:02; 24. Sarah Grace Kutter, 28:21; 31. Meilena Sanchez, 30:56; 33. Fiona O’Neil, 31:30.
• Mount Abe: 4. Hoff, 24:38; 11. Leavitt, 25:41; 14. Madeleine Bernoudy, 25:49; 15. Laura Sundstrom, 26:07; 16. Harmony Taggart, 26:26; 21. Claire Holloway, 28:05.
U-32 INVITATIONAL
On Saturday, Tiger and Eagle runners also competed at the U-32 Invitational. The Tiger boys took fourth with 91 points behind D-II rivals U-32 (60) and Harwood and Montpelier (66 each), as David Dregallo and Willem Landis cracked the top 10. The Eagle boys were 11th out of 16 teams.
The boys’ winner and local finishers were: 
1. Stephen Looke, U-32, 16:57.84.                
7. David Dregallo, MUHS, 18:08.39.            
14. Willem Landis, MUHS, 18:33.83.                
21. Ganey, MUHS, 19:00.73.                
24. Tate, MUHS, 19:08.74.                 
30. Broucke, MUHS, 19:22.66.                
43. Schmitt, MUHS, 20:10.60.              
56. Mayer, MAU, 20:53.13.                 
60. May, MAU, 21:05.50.                
73. Brett, MAU, 21:43.75.            
76. Raymond, MAU, 22:08.36.                
78. Aldrich, MAU, 22:13.64.                
80. Bunch, MAU, 22:26.06.                
101. Carr, MAU, 23:51.34.                 
The Eagle girls were also 11th, while the Tiger girls did not field a scoring team. The girls’ winner and local finishers were:
1. Rena Schwartz, U-32, 19:33.24.            
25. Kimble, MUHS, 22:40.57.                 
34. Isabelle Welker, MUHS, 23:38.57.                 
46. Wallace, MUHS, 24:50.60.                 
52. Indigo Woods, MUHS, 25:53.22.                 
54. Leavitt, MAU, 26:04.60.               
64. Aine Alexander, MAU, 27:10.99.                 
67. Bernoudy, MAU, 27:23.26.                 
69. Sundstrom, MAU, 27:50.10.                
89. Holloway, MAU, 31:51.43.                
90. Cora Funke, MAU, 31:55.89.                

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