As for the girls, everyone knew that Coe-Brown would be good, but it way surpassed expectations, rolling to the MOC crown with its top four runners being freshmen (2) and sophomores (2) while Bishop Guertin was nowhere near as good as anticipated.
Yes, in cross country, you just never know.
Royals’ boys impress
Congratulations to the Georgetown boys cross country, which made remarkable progress this year as was evident at the Division 6 Eastern Mass. meet Saturday. The Royals finished 14th of 32 teams with their top runner, Tom Mulligan, came in ninth overall to qualify for the Division 2 All-State Meet. Coach Brian Masys believes Mulligan may be the first male from Georgetown to accomplish such a feat in the history of the program.
Maravelis paces Pingree
Evan Maravelis, a freshman from North Andover, recently placed seventh overall to pace Pingree to the team championship in the Eastern Independent League meet. Maravelis credits Bill Varney and the North Andover Booster cross country program for getting him interested in cross country.