Olympic Conference Championship

Our first official race at Dream Park. Luckily the course had dried out a bit, but the wind and dust made this race a challenging one. We knew Cherry Hill East and Shawnee would be the favorites for the team title, but a top 3 finish seemed within our grasp. Kate Rathman took the lead early and never looked back. Running with Bishop Eustace's Katy Storti for the first mile and a half, it was at that point Kate decided to drop the hammer. By the 2 mile mark she had opened up a 60 m lead and never looked back. Running a lifetime best of 18:22, Kate became the 4th girl from Cherokee to win a conference title. Monica Olkowski won the BCSL race in 1989, Lisa Burkholder won the Olympic Conference

Burlington County Open Recap:

Well the dust settled on another day at Millcreek park, and we for once had awesome cross country weather. In both the JV rave and the Varsity race we saw some pretty awesome performances today. Let us first start with the JV race: Kayla McAdams 22:52 (season best) Belle St. Jean 23:17 (season best) Casey Wrightson 23:40 (season best) Nicole Tedesco 23:59 (season best) Haleigh Heston (season best) Iris Archer Emma DellaFemina (season best) Angelina Rivera (lifetime best) Faith Rivera (season best) Lisa Wong (season best by over a minute) JV Runner of the meet is Belle St. Jean with almost a 2 minute pr. That was some very gutsy racing. The Varisty race saw some great things happen as wel

Athletes of the Week

Athletes of the Week Cross Country: Nicole Clifford Riley Gleason Adriana Sommese Alyssa Blackmon Emma DellaFemina

The time is upon us

It starts with the Burlington County Open and then progresses from there. The rest of the meets this season have a little more importance than those at the start. There can be no regrets at this point. You must play the cards that have been dealt. Sometimes you may have that season where everything just seems to go right, and then there are those seasons that make turns that you never wanted to take. They say wisdom is learning from your mistakes and successes, but true wisdom s learning from other peoples mistakes and failures. At this point, there are those that are glad with what they did over the summer and then there are some that wish they had back July and August. Yet now is not the t

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