Nike Team Nationals - Northeast region
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NTN Northeast Rankings - Oct 15, 2004

The Nike Team National regional rankings are the basis of the NTN team selection process. The top two teams in each region at the end of the season will be invited to compete in the Nike Team Nationals in Portland Dec. 4. The third and fourth place teams in each region are considered for the four national at-large selections.

October 15
based on results through Oct 29
(Oct 8 ranking in parenthesis)
1 Fayetteville-Manlius NY (1) wins Manhattan meet taking 1st 5 places with all-time record team time
2 Cedar Cliff PA (2) no meet after winning Great American the previous week
3 Lockport NY (5) wins race Manhattan race with clear 2nd-best time overall and 36-sec spread
4 Christian Brothers NJ (3) loses to Fayetteville with 3rd-best team time of Manhattan meet
5 Cherokee NJ (4) no meet
6 Chaminade NY (NR) defeats Bishop Hendricken at Manhattan meet with one of top team times
7 Morris Hills NJ (7) wins Manhattan race by 13 points despite ailing 5th man
8 Saratoga NY (NR) wins Manhattan race over #10 Shenendehowa
9 Londonderry NH (NR) wins Disney meet (FL) over previously ranked Toms River North
10 Shenendehowa NY (6) close 2nd to rival Saratoga at Manhattan
1 Saratoga Springs NY (1) Manhattan winner by 100 over #2 Bay Shore with all time team record
2 Bay Shore NY (2) 2nd to Saratoga at Manhattan with excellent team time
3 Champlain Valley VT (4) unbeaten winner at Harwood; run hilly courses week after week
4 Manchester Central NH (5) wins small meet at Wickham Park (CT), site of New England champs
5 Unionville PA (9) 3rd to #1 Saratoga and #2 Bay Shore at Manhattan meet
6 Cicero N. Syracuse NY (NR) 4th at Manhattan
7 Bethlehem NY (3) 5th at Manhattan one week after runner-up at Great American
8 Hanover NH (6) no meet
9 Concord-Carlisle MA (7) no meet
10 Parkland PR (8) no meet


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