Saints CC has big day in Williamsburg
Published 11:24 pm Friday, September 25, 2009
Nansemond-Suffolk’s girls cross country team won the Walsingham Invitational on Thursday in Williamsburg and NSA’s David Leber set a new school record in winning the varsity boys race in a time of 16:18.
In the girls’ race, the Lady Saints had four runners finish in the top 10 and all seven team members place in the top 20.
Katelyn McCracken was fourth (22:10). Meera Venkataraman was fifth (22:33). Macy Mears (23:04) and Darcy King (23:08) were seventh and eighth. Shannon McDonald, Emily Neuberg and Katy Miller were 16th, 17th and 18th respectively. NSA’s Maya Venkataraman won the JV girls race.
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Leber won his second straight meet for the Saints. The Saints finished fourth as a team. Other top boys finishers were Marc Leber (18:40), Wesley Norton (19:04), Jacob Howell (20:11) and Tripp Jones (20:54).