Spruce Creek Girls Win District Title

The past week has been busy in the cross country world with district meetups taking place along the coast.

Here’s a recap of what happened in the first round, with the top eight teams qualifying for the regional ones.

Boys

Bartram Trail wins district, Creekside and Nease follow

Bartram Trail, Creekside and Nease placed first, second and third respectively in the 4A District 1 race to advance to the regionals this week.

Nease star Rheinhardt Harrison led all of the runners with a time of 15: 30.30. Creekside junior Mac Williams was fourth (16: 04.40) and Nolan Hemmen of Bartram fifth (16: 05.90).

Flagler Palm Coast finished seventh overall to advance to the next round. Flagler’s Sean Gilliam was 35th and was the Bulldogs’ top runner.

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St. Joseph’s Academy heads to the next round

The Flashs took fifth place in District 1A 2 to qualify for the regional.

Senior Victor Farfan finished fourth overall with 17: 08.90 and runner-up Ashton Akam finished with 18: 01.60 to take ninth place.

University, DeLand advance

The Titans finished fifth in District 4A 2 to compete in the regionals this week. DeLand also took the last qualifying spot to qualify.

Royce Eggert of the University was sixth overall and James Gannon of DeLand was 10th.

Ponte Vedra, upper districts of Matanzas

The Sharks took first place in the 3A District 2 race to claim the title. Matanzas was third and St. Augustine was fourth to move on.

Zach Spooner from Matanzas won the race with a time of 15: 58.00. Grant Doherty of Ponte Vedra was third (16: 05.00) and Ben Koppman of St. Augustine fourth (16: 34.00).

The Atlantic misses the regional ones

The Sharks finished 10th in the 2A District 4 race but were led by junior Zach Russell (17: 51.70).

Seabreeze, New Smyrna Beach, Deltona and the Continental Advance

Seabreeze and New Smyrna Beach finished third and fourth in the 3A District 3 race to qualify for the regionals.

Deltona and Mainland rounded out the top eight to qualify, finishing sixth and eighth respectively.

Seabreeze’s Tyler Herndon was second and Deltona’s Carlos Cerrud was 13th. Meanwhile, NSB’s John Bazel was 16th and Mainland’s Kaden Golder was 30th.

Father Lopez advances

The green wave passed to the regional with a fourth place in the 1A District 4 race. Junior Andrew Gazzoli led the green wave with a ninth place. His brother, Matthew, finished 17th.

Tocoi Creek Falls

The Toros finished 13th in the 2A District 2 race last Wednesday. Sophomore Reed Smith and freshman Jack Reich were the top finishers for Tocoi Creek.

Girls

Creekside, Bartram Trail, FPC and Nease advance

The ladies from Creekside, Bartram Trail, Flagler Palm Coast and Nease will be racing with their boys team in the regions this week.

Creekside finished third overall while Bartram Trail took fifth place in the 4A District 1 race. Flagler finished behind Bartram and Nease but took eighth and final place to qualify.

Jada Williams of Flagler Palm Coast was second and Audrey Singletary of Nease was 10th.

St. Joseph’s Academy goes to regional

The Lady Flashes finished sixth overall in Race 1A District 2. Rookie Paige Brammer was sixth.

Spruce Creek Wins District Title

The Lady Hawks led all the teams in the 4A District 2 race to win the trophy. Junior Delaney Stephens led the way at Creek with a third place and junior Olivia Niewald finished ninth.

Tocoi Creek goes regional

The Lady Toros finished fourth overall in the 2A District 2 competition to qualify. Sophomore Madison Patchan finished 12th and rookie Tess Myroup finished 15th.

Ponte Vedra, advance Saint-Augustin

Ponte Vedra and St. Augustine dominated the 3A District 2 race to qualify, finishing first and second respectively.

Four Lady Sharks finished in the top 10, led by freshman phenomenon Sofia Bushkell. Reilly Barber of St. Augustine was second overall in the 5 km race.

Matanzas finished fifth to qualify for the regional. The Pirates’ best runner was rookie Mariah Mills (21st).

Seabreeze and NSB move towards regional ones

The Lady Sandcrabs took second in the 3A District 3 race. New Smyrna Beach was fourth while Mainland was eighth.

Mackenzie Roy of Seabreeze was fifth and Olivia Gardner of NSB was sixth.

Father Lopez out of the playoffs

The green wave finished 10th in the 1A District 4 race to miss the regional ones. Senior Mary Peck was the best with a time of 21: 11.00.


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