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by Pearl Watts

CONCORDE DISTRICT

Boys Team Scores: 1. Jefferson 28 (1-2-6-9-10); 2. Oakton 68 (4-7-14-21-22);
3. Westfield 75 (5-11-12-15-32); 4. Herndon 76 (3-8-18-23-24); 5. Centreville
146; 6. Chantilly 160; 7. South Lakes 172

Individual Results: 1. Christo Landry (Jefferson) 16:46; 2. Keith Bechtol
(Jefferson) 16:48; 3. Rasheed Thompson (Herndon) 16:52; 4. Kris Cruz (Oakton)
16:52; 5. Bryan Buckland (Westfield) 17:14; 6. Brian Hanak (Jefferson) 17:19;
7. Ben Beiter (Oakton) 17:23; 8. Shane Young (Herndon) 17:26; 9. Chris Mocko
(Jefferson) 17:28; 10. Kyle Smith (Jefferson) 17:30; 11. James Scheiner
(Westfield) 17:30; 12. David Groff (Westfield) 17:33; 13. Tarik Jones
(Jefferson) 17:33; 14. Karl Lang (Oakton) 17:40; 15. Josh Cordle (Westfield)
17:50

Girls Team Scores: 1. Jefferson 27 (1-2-4-6-14); 2. Herndon 32 (3-5-7-8-9);
3. Westfield 92 (12-16-18-21-25); 4. South Lakes 95 (10-11-17-26-31); 5.
Oakton 132; 6. Chantilly 145; 7. Centreville 211

Individual Results: 1. Sarah Levine (Jefferson) 20:11; 2. Shauneen Garrahan
(Jefferson) 20:18; 3. Kristin Hart (Herndon) 20:32; 4. Jen Dolson (Jefferson)
20:38; 5. Colleen Lear (Herndon) 20:47; 6. Leah McKay (Jeffeson) 20:51; 7.
Heather Fisher (Herndon) 20:54; 8. Jenny Miller (Herndon) 20:55; 9. Jessie
Erickson (Herndon) 20:56; 10. Caroline Bellis (South Lakes) 21:03; 11. Nicole
Pederson (South Lakes) 21:04; 12. Jessie Deegan (Westfield) 21:07; 13.
Danielle Light (Oakton) 21:08; 14. Kat Schleckser (Jefferson) 21:09; 15.
Allegra Smith (Oakton) 21:11

Notes: Races held Friday, October 25 at Fort Belvoir on 3.3 mile, very flat
course. First 800 meters a grassy loop as was the final 600 meters, with a
hard packed dirt trail in between.
In the boys race, Harrier Magazine's number 12 nationally ranked squad from
Jefferson with a dominating performance in a very tough district. Judging
from a strictly time basis, with all races on the same course and with very
comparable weather conditions, Jefferson's number six runner would have been
fifth in the Patriot District; second in the Liberty District and the winner
in the National District.
The girls race was essentially a dual meet from the start and although
Herndon placed their top five among the top nine; Jefferson, led by winner
Sarah Levine, put four in the top six to claim the victory.

The Northern Region Championships will be held on Thursday, November 7 at
Burke Lake Park. Boys race to begin at 3:30 p.m. and the girls race to start
at 4:15 p.m.


LIBERTY DISTRICT

Boys Team Scores: 1. Madison 32 (2-5-6-8-11); 2. W.T. Woodson 56
(1-7-13-14-21); 3. Langley 67 (4-9-12-19-23); 4. McLean 120 (10-24-26-29-31);
5. Lee 132; 6. Marshall 152; 7. Fairfax 183

Individual Results: 1. Jes Barron (Woodson) 17:27; 2. Andrew Waring (Madison)
17:36; 3. Dawit Legesse (Lee) 17:46; 4. Colin Groark (Langley) 17:58; 5.
James Gaughan (Madison) 18:05; 6. Mike Needham (Madison) 18:12; 7. Joel
Censer (Woodson) 18:17; 8. Daniel Cooper (Madison) 18:17; 9. Will Harper
(Langley) 18:35; 10. Todd Arnts (McLean) 18:39; 11. Stephan Paul (Madison)
18:41; 12. Alex Gilman (Langley) 18:42; 13. Monte Lippert (Woodson) 18:47;
14. Christopher Hain (Woodson) 18:52; 15. Robert Zuehlke (Madison) 18:56

Girls Team Scores: 1. Madison 27 (1-4-5-8-9); 2. Langley 57 (6-7-10-12-22);
3. Lee 60 (2-3-13-14-28); 4. W.T. Woodson 88 (11-15-18-19-25); 5. Marshall
141; 6. Fairfax 142; 7. McLean 162

Individual Results: 1. Megan Ginley (Madison) 20:29; 2. Jenn Dietz (Lee)
20:36; 3. Kimmie Vowell (Lee) 21:08; 4. Jenn Heller (Madison) 21:38; 5.
Catherine Butel (Madison) 21:50; 6. Anna Scharfen (Langley) 21:54; 7. Jill
Zimmerman (Langley) 21:57; 8. Katelyn Spengler (Madison) 22:02; 9. Susie
Horton (Madison) 22:04; 10. Jacqueline Lamb (Langley) 22:07; 11. Kate
Griendling (Woodson) 22:23; 12. Kelly Nakazawa (Langley) 22:26; 13. Sarah
Davis (Lee) 22:39; 14. Rachel Medler (Lee) 22:40; 15. Laura Honan (Woodson)
22:41

Notes: Races held Friday at Fort Belvoir on 3.3 mile, very flat course. In
the boys races, Jes Barron of Woodson goes to the front early and wins by 50
meters to pace runnerup Woodson, but the winning Warhawks of Madison take
five of the next ten spots for a decisive victory. On the girls side, Madison
winning freshman Megan Ginley leads her squad to a big win as the Warhawks
take five of the first nine slots.
Top four teams and top 15 individuals on both the boys and girls side
automatically qualify for the Northern Region Championships to be held at
Burke Lake Park on Thursday, November 7. Boys race at 3:30 p.m with the girls
set for a 4:15 p.m start.


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