The Castleton men’s and women’s cross country team finished third at the North Atlantic Conference Championships on Sunday.
For the women, Mariah Eilers finished sixth overall with a time of 23:41. Shannon Park finished close behind in seventh overall with a time of 23:49.
Julija Cubins and Lindsay Rines finished neck-and-neck in 16th and 17th place, with times of 23:45 and 23:46. Teammate Cassie Pinaire wasn’t far behind with a time of 25:02. McKynze Works finished with a time of 26:30. Junior Katie Martin finished with 26:48. Carly Lagasse, Megan O’Brien and Jenna Donovan all finished close together with times of 29:19, 29:21, and 29:31. Meagan Larabee finished wat 31:18. Shelly Audette finished with a time of 31:41. Soon behind was Melissa Orr at 31:52.
On the men’s team, Nohea King finished in 12th with a time of 31:05. Isaac French was shortly behind with a time of 32:06 in 15th place. Steven Hagemann finished 17th with a time of 32:16. Freshmen Cameron Maurer and Evan Prizzi finished in 21st and 27th with times of 32:57 and 33:29. Classmate Matt Woodward finished 30th, registering a 33:54 with JJ Royer close behind with a time of 34:22. Ben Villa finished the day with a 35:10, while Dan Regino finished in 35:21. Andrew Muse finished in 36:06 while George Forbes and Mike Garceau finished in 36:20 and 36:31.
Up next for the Spartans are the ECAC Championships at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. on Saturday, Nov. 5.