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District III XC Results

We would like to thank all those who came down to watch the races yesterday.  It was great to have so many stop by out team tent to wish our runners their best.

As for the results, the Girls' finished 28th out of 41 teams.  Highlights include freshman Haley Burkholder just missing the State cut-off.  The top 39 advanced to states and Haley was 46th in an impressive 20:50.  Individual results were:

20:50 Haley Burkholder (9) 46th

21:31 Gabrielle Rekully (12) 90th

23:19 Heather Wetzel (12) 218th

23:24 Samantha Wood (12) 230th

23:33 Maggie Reading (10) 245th

23:37 Alyssa Schock (11) 252nd

For the Boys', Ed Schrom led the race for about 4500 meters.  At that point he began to suffer from exhaustion.  He was bumped into one of the course marker flags by the eventual winner.  Ed's last 200 meters was truly a heroic effort as he began to stagger and sway off and back on the course.  He was disoriented but by sheer determination managed to make it to the finish before collapsing over the line.  This was obviously a huge disappointment for the Ed as he was favored to win the race.  Ed finished only 18 seconds behind the winner in 7th place.  Please congratulated Ed today and wish him the best at States next weekend.  Individual results were:

16:38 Ed Schrom (12) 7th

18:04 Michael Azzato (10) 97th

18:11 Garrett Schock (11) 107th

18:38 James Wood (10) 170th

19:00 Sammy Smith (11) 206th

19:09 Eric Deignan (10) 232nd

19:29 Alex Pankiw (10) 264th 

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Ed Schrom ran an unbelievable time of 15:28 this weekend. This shatters the fastest time ever run by a Central Dauphin athlete for 5000 meters. The previous fastest time, run in 1994 by Dave Geeseman, was 16:02. Ed now holds school records in the 1600 meters, 3200 meters and 5000 meters.

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