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Results from Maconaquah for Saturday, September 2nd

Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 12th place at Brownsburg Invitational

venue for the regional meet. The boys ran extremely well on a course built for speed!

Junior Daylen Schrock placed 30th overall, running a 16:37, which is a lifetime PR (personal record). Senior Isaiah Wittenberg (44th, 16:51) was not far behind and is getting back into race condition, having recovered from a summer hamstring injury. Senior Kaden Miller (79th, 17:28) looked strong, running his best race ever! Fellow senior Isaiah Moore (100th, 17:49) finally broke the 18-minute barrier, a grand achievement for him! Sophomore Kaden Hanson (108th, 18:10) looked strong and is improving every week. Newcomers to the team Joel Loshnowsky (172nd, 20:08), Jeffrey Wilson (175th, 20:24), and Jacob Bowman (197th, 22:22) all ran well and are doing a fine job of adjusting to the 5K distance!

The Running Braves will host the Maconaquah Invitational this Saturday. First race begins at 9:00 AM. We will be honoring our senior athletes before the first race. Come join the fun and support your Braves!

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Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 10th place at Brownsburg Invitational

The Maconaquah girls cross country team got a preview of the upcoming regional meet by running in the Brownburg Invitational, where they finished in 10th place in a field of very strong teams. The weather was great, and the course was in great condition, leading to season-best performances for all the Lady Brave runners!

Senior Abby Jordan ran a strong race, placing 13th overall and finishing in 19:37. Sophomore Chloe Jordan (35th, 20:44) also ran well, taking a full minute off her best time of the year, nearly running a lifetime PR (personal record). Junior Lucy Loshnowsky (51st, 21:27) achieved a season PR by taking over a minute off her best time. She is continuing to improve with each race. Junior Kaytlin Moeller (104th. 23:18) has adjusted well to her new role as a scoring runner, running a personal best time by well over one minute, and senior Kaylee Futrell (131st, 24:24) also ran her best race of the season yet. Sophomore Cloe Gibbs (158th, 26:51) had the most improved effort of the day, shaving over 2 minutes off her personal record!

The Lady Braves run their first home race of the season this Saturday, hosting the Maconaquah Invitational. We will be honoring our senior runners before the races start (First race at 9:00 AM). Come out and support your Lady Braves!

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