It was pouring, but there wasn't wind and there wasn't snow and we were at the track, a place we have missed being for over a year!
Lansing boys and girls both won over Union Springs and Marathon:
Girls: Lansing 74-Marathon 19, Lansing 75-Union Springs 18
Boys: Lansing 84-Marathon 6, Lansing 86-Unions Springs 4
Full results here.
Photo credit to John Brenner (slideshow 1), Cassy Rooney-Monger (slideshow 2), and Karin Silva (slideshow 3)
It's not clear we'll ever hold a meet here again -- but it sure was a beautiful day to give this route a try.
Photo Credits: Cassy Rooney-Monger, John Brenner, Karin Silva
While our league did not hold official championships this season, all of the IAC teams were present at the same course at which IAC championships are always held -- and both the boys and girls teams of Lansing ran away victorious! Go Bobcats!
Lansing girls are the IAC North Divisional Champs led by Emmy Jackson (1st overall) and Loveta Geesey (3rd overall)! Boys were IAC North Divisional Runner-Ups, missing a victory over Trumansburg and six other schools by just four points.
Photo Credit: John Brenner
Lansing girls take the win at Trumansburg in the first XC Relay meet held in recent memory. Lansing boys take second of three scoring teams (Trumansburg wins with 23 points, Lansing in second with 35 points, and Dryden in third with 75 points).
Photo Gallery 1, credit to Cassy Rooney-Monger
Photo Gallery 2, credit to John Brenner:
We are so proud of our LXC Seniors and grateful for all the memories we've made with them! Congratulations to Teddy Brenner, Dowain Geesey, Uche Igwe, Emmy Jackson, and Hana Thibault!
Photo Credit: Cassy Rooney-Monger
Training together again at last!!!!
Photo credit: Cassy Rooney-Monger
Bravo to Abigail, Bailey, and Sebastien who passed the ONE HUNDRED FIFTY mile mark and to Teddy who made it to ONE HUNDRED miles!
Our final Top Ten since we started tracking mileage in September:
Keep running, Bobcats!
Kudos to Hana who has surpassed TWO HUNDRED miles and to Scott who has passed the ONE HUNDRED FIFTY mile mark!!!!