BOSTON, Mass. – After two weeks away from competition, the Beacons cross country teams returned to action at the NEICAAA Regional Championship meet Saturday afternoon at Franklin Park.
Men's – 12th out of 14 teams
Women's – 19th out of 19 teams
HOW IT HAPPENED
Overall freshman Jimmy Cannon (Quincy, Mass.) had the best showing at Saturday's championship, which was full of some of the top runners in Division I, II, and III. On the day, Cannon posted a time of 27:02.40 to finish in 36th place at the huge championship meet.
William Barrett (Everett, Mass.) also had a strong showing, as the freshman runner finished in 82nd place with a time of 28:23.70.
For the women's team, Patriciah Mulinge (Brockton, Mass.) had the best time for the Beacons as she crossed the finish line with a time of 23:55.90. Adrianna Fredo (Brockton, Mass.) finished behind her teammate with a time of 24:46.70.
Prosper Lubega (Watertown, Mass.) posted a time of 29:11.50, while Cameron Ford finished with the fourth fastest time (29:18.30) at Saturday's championship. Jack Bushway (Walpole, Mass.) completed his first collegiate regional championship with a time of 30:50.00, while Adrian Higgins (Milton, Mass.) ended the day with a time of 35:15.20.
Closing out Saturday's championship for the women's team was Faye Martin, Chantal Clerveauz (Boston, Mass.), and Caroline Mullen (Marshfield, Mass.). The trio of runners posted final times of 25:24.10, 28:17.70, and 28:31.50 respectively.
The Beacons will be back in action on Friday when they compete at the Emmanuel College Saints Invitational at Franklin Park.