BRONXVILLE, N.Y. The Bronxville girls cross country team took the first four spots in the varsity girls 5,000-meter event and the Broncos went on to sweep the varsity, junior varsity and freshmen team titles at Saturday's the St. Anthony's Invitational at Sunken Meadow Park in Smithtown, N.Y.
Mary Cain (18:45), Emilie Hoffer (20:42) and Kaitlin Ryan (20:49) finished 1-2-3 in the 5,000 and Courtney Campbell, Morgan Nobles, Argentina Chrappa and Hillary Rizzo each had a personal record and placed in the first right to dominate the event, scoring 15 points to 79 for second-place Wantagh.
"In the varsity race the team scored a perfect 15, and 19 girls achieved course personal records overall," Bronxville coach Jim Mitchell said. "It was the first time the girls have won all three races. On Tuesday, we have the League Championship at Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx) and on Saturday the girls compete in the Manhattan College Invitation."
Delia Hayes took first in the junior varsity 5,000 in a time of 21:58 followed by Amelia Phillips (22:25) in fourth and Saige Sunier (22:49) in sixth as the junior varsity topped second-place North Rockland 29-63.
The freshmen squad edged Notre Dame 28-38 for the top spot in the 2,500-meter run with Katherine Marrinan (10:07) in fourth, Meagan Scotti (10:30) in fifth and Hanna Sheehan (10:33) leading the way.
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