Thursday, April 1 - Middle School Cross Country
Coach Robbie Ferrito and seven boys in total (four fifth graders, two sixth graders and one seventh grader) attended the Pau Wa Lu meet. We had six boys in total for the same race, and they came in second as a team.
Rhys Ferrito took sixth place in the 2.25 miles race for sixth grade. He was the only fifth grader in the top 10.
Jaxon Cowles took ninth place in the 2.25 mile race for sixth grade. This is his first year ever competing in cross country.
Justin Sloyan took 12th place in the 2.25 mile race for sixth grade. Justin was one of two fifth graders in the top 12.
William Adams took 25th place in the 2.25 mile race for sixth grade. This was his first week competing.
Ryan Sherven took 30th place in the 2.25 mile race for sixth grade.
Oscar Anderson took 40th place in the 2.25 mile race for sixth grade. Oscar is known for his amazing skills on the lacrosse field, but I think he has great potential in cross country.
Luca Westfall finished 14th in the 2.25 mile race for seventh grade. Last year, Luca's best place was 66th. What a huge improvement. Keep leading the way.
Saturday, April 3 - Upper School Girls Soccer
The varsity girls soccer team, led by Coach Marian Vlad, took on Pershing County, winning 2-1.
Saturday, April 3 - Upper School Cross Country
The varsity boys cross-country team competed in the NIAA Northern 2A/1A Region Championships with Logan Reeves ('22) finishing in eighth place.
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