St. Lawrence College Schooners cross country runner wins Silver, helps women’s team to Bronze – October 17, 2011

St. Lawrence College Schooners cross country runner wins Silver, helps women’s team to Bronze – October 17, 2011

CFN – The St. Lawrence Brockville Schooners cross-country team returned home with some impressive results from an invitational meet hosted by Fleming College on the weekend.

Leah Kyte led the way for the women’s team. She finished her 5-km race in 21 minutes, 47 seconds, to earn second place and a silver medal. Susan Filion was close behind, in sixth place, in a time of 22:30. Courtney Conway finished 30thin 32:36 and Taryn Smith was 31st in 33:02. Their times allowed the Schooners to earn a bronze medal in the team event.

The men’s team, which entered the tournament ranked 14th in the province, also had an impressive result. It was led by Gavin Osborne, who finished the 8-km race in 31:24, good for 16th place.The other men’s finishers are as follows:Adam Brontmire, 18th place, 31:31; Scott Frey, 21st place, 32:12;  Matt Keleman, 38th place, 34:08; John Laplante, 52nd place, 38:48; and Marcel Rancourt 56th place, 39:35.

Sharks cross country runners earn personal bests at Fleming invitational

The St. Lawrence Cornwall Sharks cross country team returned home with some personal-best results from an invitational meet hosted by Fleming College on the weekend. The course was technical and wet adding to the already difficult course.

Casey Atwell led the way as the only Shark in the women’s 5-kilometre race. She finished in 24 minutes, 31 seconds, shaving off two minutes from last year’s time of 26:31.

The men’s team was led by Andy Yang, who was competing in his first ever running race of any kind and finished the 8-km race in 36:59, good for 47th place. The other men’s finishers were Adam Home-Cutler, 58th place, 40:25; and Adam Cooper, 62nd place, 41:29.

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