Boys, Girls Fourth at Cross Country Meet

The boys varsity cross country team finished fourth in the meet Saturday at Norfolk Academy while the girls also took a fourth place. Norfolk Academy won the boys meet while Princess Anne took the girls meet.

Team score:

1. Norfolk Academy 49; 2. Great Bridge 58; 3. Currituck County 64; 4. Norfolk Collegiate 72; 5. Princess Anne 101; Cape Henry 164.

Individuals

1. Grant Wiggins (NA) 16:25.16; 2. Martingayle (PA) 16:41.80; 3. Cosnahan (CC) 17:20.50; 4. Rabidoux (GB) 17:30.22; 5. Miller (NC) 17:31.14.

Girls cross country

Team scores

1. Princess Anne 31; 2. Norfolk Academy 38; 3. Cape Henry 80; Norfolk Collegiate 92.

Individuals

1. Julia Lambert (NA) 19:29.22; 2. Wade (GB) 19:45.97; 3. King (NA) 19:55.53; 4. Latimer (CC) 19:58.39; 5. Briales (PA) 20:09.38.

(Thanks to Andrea Mahoney for the pictures).

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Posted on October 17, 2012, in cross country. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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