Cross Country Continues To Improve at Codfish Bowl

Cross Country Continues To Improve at Codfish Bowl

BOSTON, Mass. – The men's and women's cross country teams had another strong showing Saturday afternoon as they took part in the annual Codfish Bowl meet at Franklin Park.

THE BASICS

Men's – 11th out of 16 teams
Women's – 16th out of 17 teams

HOW IT HAPPENED

Cameron Chase (Lutz, Fla.) had another solid performance on the men's side as he crossed the finish line with a time of 28:28 to earn a 36th place finish overall.  On the women's side, Patriciah Mulinge (Brockton, Mass.) led her squad with a final time of 20:54 to earn a top-50 victory. 

Also having a strong meet was Madison Harmon (East Sandwich, Mass.), who tripped the sensor with a final time of 22:10.  Jeffrey Noyes (Weymouth, Mass.) earned the Beacons second fastest time in the men's race with a time of 29:26, while Rokas Piragis (Brockton, Mass.) finished the meet with a time of 29:49.  Adrianna Fredo (Brockton, Mass.) posted a time of 22:40, with Maddy Scott (Westhampton, Mass.) finishing .18 seconds behind her with her final time of 22:58. 

Jonny Long (Newton, Mass.) closed out the top-4 on the men's side in Saturday's meet with his final time of 30:29.  Freshman Terry Williams (Saint Mary's, Ga.) continued to improve his collegiate times, as he finished the Codfish Bowl with a time of 30:49.

WHAT'S NEXT

The Beacons will compete at the Tri-County Cross Country Invitational on Saturday October 1.  The meet is hosted by CCRI in Lincoln, Rhode Island.