Mix country finishes regular season on high note
Both Foxcroft boys and women mix country teams came back in the Riot Challenge mix country meet in Orono on Friday, October 9, with runner-up trophies.
“It’s been some time because the mix country team has had the ability to present the college with a few hardware, ” stated Coach Pearsall. “It’s special that both women and also the boys introduced home trophies since it shows how balanced we're together when previously we've been pretty one dimensional.”
Gabe Piquette brought the way in which for that Ponies, out dueling two Orono runners by themselves 4-kilometer course to accept overall title in 14:17. Piquette brought wire to wire to win his second consecutive race after winning the Womancare Race to Finish Domestic Violence the prior Sunday in Guilford. Piquette added another win in the Moose on the move 5k in Greenville on Sunday to improve his win streak to 3 consecutive overall victories.
Cooper Nelson and Liam Casey were next for that Ponies, running the muddy course in 15:54 (thirteenth) and 15:57 (14th), correspondingly. Rounding the scorers were Nick Daneman (16:28) for 17th and Paul Birtwistle (17:10) for 24th.
Jen Clawson finished just behind two Orono runners and most one minute in front of the 4th-place finisher to consider 3rd overall in 17:17 for that Ponies. Jenna Clukey also carried out in the very best five, finishing the program in 19:19. Alice Russo (20:54) for 14th, Virginia Macomber (21:48) for 22nd, and Su Kim (22:10) for 24th rounded the scorers for that Ponies.
“It was a terrific way to finish towards the regular season, ” stated Pearsall. “Being recognized among the top teams around provides for us lots of confidence heading in to the postseason.”
The PVC Large School Championship meet in Lincoln subsequently is next for that Pony mix country team which will turn to score like a women team the very first time in lots of many enhance last year’s 3rd-place boys finish. The very first race starts at noon on Saturday, October 17, at Mattanawcook Academy.
Balanced attack leads boys soccer to two more wins
Thursday, October 8, the Foxcroft boys team performed PCHS for that second time. The Ponies obtained 5 goals within the first half and 2 more within the second to hightail it having a 7-2 win.
Tobias Hogfeldt brought the way in which for that Ponies with 2 goals and three assists while Dylan Harmon-Days, Ryan Cary, Kevin Kim, and Jacob Olson chipped inside a goal each. Goalkeeper Logan Butera outlined all scoring having a monstrous punt from their own 18 that sailed more 80 yards into the rear of Guilford’s internet.
2 days later, the Ponies faced the Dexter Tigers for that second time this year, cruising to some 8- victory.