On a very hot Saturday Morning, the Cross Country Bombers didn’t let the heat affect them as they ran phenomenal in Kettering, Ohio for the Midwest Catholic CC Championships and in Harrison, Ohio for the Harrison Invitational.
In Kettering, the Bombers finished 4th place with 136 points. Coming in first place for the Bombers and 22nd overall was freshman Nathan Mountain with a 17:31. Next for the Bombers was sophomore John Dillon coming in 23rd place with a 17:34. Right behind him in 24th place was freshman Conor Bohrer with a 17:35. Coming in together in 34th and 35th place were sophomores Andrew Gebhardt and Michael Hazel both with a time of 17:53. Next for the Bombers in 45th place was junior Michael Srinivasan with an 18:13. Next for the Bombers in 48th place was junior Zane Reed with a 18:17.
The rest of the team went to Harrison for the Harrison Invitational. In the Varsity race the Bombers got 4th place with 94 points. First for the Bombers and 13th overall was sophomore Jake Wheeler running a 17:58. Next for the Bombers coming in 15th place was freshman Jack Thompson with a 18:04. Next was senior Jack Brinker coming in 20th place with an 18:11. Next was junior Griffin Paul coming in 22nd place running an 18:15. Coming in 25th place was junior Ryan Devlin-Bergman running a time of 18:21. Right behind him in 27th place was junior Aiden Soberano with an 18:23. In 35th place was junior Sam Hinnenkamp with a time of 18:35.
In the Open Race the Bombers finished with a perfect score of 15 points! The Bombers finished in the top 13 places and also had 26 out of the top 30! The team was led by junior Chris Moll who won the race with a time of 18:37. Behind him in 2nd was sophomore Luke Black with an 18:42. In 3rd place was sophomore David Molinsky with an 18:51. In 4th place was junior Matthew Corrigan with a 19:01. In 5th place was freshman Colin Sorensen also running a 19:01.
Great job to all the Bombers who raced this past weekend! Next week the Varsity team will be traveling up to Rochester, New York for the McQuaid Invitational. The rest of the team will be going back to Kettering, Ohio for the Neal Charske Invitational.