Saints Boys Cross-Country Finishes First at Middletown Invitational
Saints Boys Cross-Country Finishes First at Middletown Invitational
Liz Torrey & Jake Myers

Team currently ranked first in the state

St. Andrew's trails hosted the Middletown Invitational cross-country meet on Friday, September 21. Twenty-nine teams from around the state competed in the meet, and more than 1100 spectators came to campus to cheer on the runners.

Saints boys cross-country team took home first place as a team, with five Saints runners placing in the top 13. Blake Hundley '20 took home the gold, crossing the finish line in 16:24. Right behind Hundley was Carson McCoy '19, placing second overall after finishing in 16:40. Tad Scheibe '19 finished fifth with a time of 16:58 while Will Cammerzell '19 and Augie Segger '19 finished 12th and 13th, respectively.

As of September 24, Saints boys cross-country is ranked first in the state among Division II teams. This week, Hundley was nominated for Delaware Athlete of the Week by the Wilmington News-Journal.

Saints girls cross-country place seventh as a team. Charlotte Gehrs '20 led all Saints runners with a strong time of 21:23, which was good enough for 21st place. Sofie Neil '19 came in 31st place while Sarah Bruno '21 and Leandre Pestcoe '19 finished 49th and 51st, respectively.

Go Saints!