West Haven against Cheshire, Mercy, and Lyman Hall, September 10, 2019. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
West Haven against Cheshire, Xavier, and Lyman Hall, September 10, 2019. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
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WH sees improved times in Cheshire
By MIKE MADERA
(September 10, 2019) - The West Haven boys and girls cross country teams opened the season Tuesday afternoon in Cheshire. While the teams scores were not in West Haven’s favor, the Westies did have several runners with quality times and others who continue to see improvement.
On the boys side, the Westies fell to Cheshire 18-48, Xavier 19-47, but defeated Lyman Hall 25-33.
West Haven’s top runners were Sebastian Villanueva in a time of 17 minutes, 40 seconds, James Weber in 20:06, and Ryan Martinez in 20:23.
The girls fell to Cheshire 15-50, Mercy 15-49, and Lyman Hall 25-29. The top runners were Kenedi Merola in 26:48, Daelle Coriolan in 28:21, and freshman Hannah Burrows in 28:25.
Westies run in Hamden
WH also faces Cross and Career
By MIKE MADERA
(September 17, 2019) - The West Haven girls and boys cross country teams ran in Hamden Tuesday afternoon with Career and Cross also competing.
On the girls’ side, Hamden topped the Westies 15-50 and Cross did the same by an identical score. West Haven and Career did not have enough runners to score against each other.
The boys topped Career 20-39, but fell to Hamden 15-45, and Cross 22-39.
For the girls, junior Kenedi Merola finished in 26 minutes, 34 seconds, senior Daelle Coriolan finished in 26:43, and junior Maryn Lovallo recorded a time of 27:48.
On the boys side, senior Ryan Martinez was the top finisher in 19:36. Junior James Weber finished five seconds later at 19:41, and sophomore Eric Owen ran a time of 20:15.
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