Freshmen Shine At Festival Of Champions
The Weekly Packet|10/10/2019
BELFAST—Almost 1,600 male and female high school runners from across the state competed at the 2019 Festival of Champions on Saturday, October 5, with a handful of George Stevens Academy runners taking top-10 finishes in their respective races.
Monique Labbe

The event, which started mid-morning and went until late afternoon, kicked off with the boys’ unseeded race, which featured a mass start of about 300 runners. Senior Nyamh Wolf posted the best finish for the Eagles in that race, coming in seventh with a time of 20:20. Junior Caleb Rhine finished 41st, while sophomore Morgan Davis cracked the top 70 with a 69th-place finish. Sophomore Will MacArthur also competed in the 5-kilometer event.

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