The St. Andrew’s boys varsity cross country team capped off an amazing season on Saturday afternoon, placing second overall and setting a new school record by earning 45 points at the Division II state championship meet. Moreover, the team recorded its fastest team time ever at the Brandywine Creek State Park course with an average finish of 17:46. Leading the way for the Saints were the team's four All-County performers, who placed 5th, 6th, 7th and 9th, respectively. Blake Hundley ’20 led all runners with his fifth place finish, running to a time of 17:26. Carson McCoy ’19 and Tad Scheibe ’19 were right on his heels as McCoy clocked in at 17:31 while Schiebe crossed the finish line one second later. Augie Segger ’19 broke the 18 minute mark, finishing his race at 17:52. Will Cammerzell ’19 and JT Meyer ’21 finished inside the top 25, as Cammerzell placed 18th overall and Meyer finished 24th.
The Saints, who finished behind conference foe and perennial power Tatnall School by one point in the championship meet, will end the season ranked number two amongst Division II schools across the State of Delaware. Thanks to everyone who showed their support and cheered on the Saints as they crossed the finish line!