(Oct. 30, 2020) The Worcester Prep boys’ cross country team again came in first place, while the girls’ squad finished in third during last Thursday’s meet in Berlin.
“The girls performed at some of their best PRs and the boys’ team got new found competition with the addition of Delmarva Christian,” said Prep Coach Jenn Corron. “I was proud of their effort and continued teamwork over the last regular season meet.”
The Worcester Prep boys’ teams scored 16 points. Leading the group were seniors Graham McColgan (second, 19:04.4) and Connor Carpenter (third, 20:04.2), sophomore Riley Moyer (fourth, 20:45.7) and juniors Nick Hearne (fifth, 20:56.7) and Bennett Tinkler (eighth, 21:16.5).
The Salisbury School took second with 52 points and Saints Peter & Paul scored 69. Delmarva Christian and Gunston also participated but didn’t have full teams.
The Salisbury School won the girls’ competition with 23 points. Gunston finished in second place with 25, followed by Worcester with 37.
Scoring points for Worcester were sophomore Caitlyn Hoen (first, 23:24.3), seniors Natalie Foxwell (10th, 26:24.1) and Caroline Anderson (12th, 28:08.3) and junior Sydney Lamson-Reich (15th, 30:05).
The Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship meet is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 4, beginning at 3:30 p.m. in Berlin.