Jordan Winterized 6 Rings said Maguire

CARL RUSSO/Staff photo. A boys and girls cross country meet was held Monday afternoon between Greater Lawrence Tech. High School, Presentation of Mary Academy and Whittier Tech. High School. Greater Lawrence sophomore, Yosvaldy Tejeda captured first place in the boys’ meet. 9/10/2012. 7 Photos

Ii was a strange tri meet between PMA, Greater Lawrence and Whittier with everybody going 1 1. Sydney Moran took second overall and Heather Lacourse had a nice finishing kick to take sixth for PMA. The Reggies’ Carmen Rivera won the race.

Staying near sensational junior and eventual champion Catarina Rocha of Peabody as long as possible, Mullins ran a steady race from start to finish to come in third on Franklin Park 5K course in 18:45, which is one place better than last Jordan Winterized 6 Rings year.

pretty happy I wanted to do better than last Air Jordan 16s year, said Mullins. went out a little slower than last week and I wanted to stay with her (Rocha) a little longer, which I think I did. the mile mark, Mullins was in second place, right behind Rocha, a niece of former Peabody great Nike LeBron 12 and Lawrence coach Fernando Braz, but Rocha pulled away with a strong second mile to win going away in 18:12. Longhmeadow senior Camille Blackman overtook Mullins in the final mile to take the runner up spot in 18:41.

Mullins, the MVC Division 1 Runner of the Year, looked relatively fresh after the race and said she still has one more good performance in her for this fall, hopefully next week when Andover competes as a team in the Nike East regional in New York.

That she held with the Peabody star so long was impressive because Rocha is on her way to becoming the latest great Mass. female runner. The All State runner up last year, Rocha was eighth at the Foot Locker regional a year ago and should be one of the top runners in the country next year.

Also running a solid race for Andover yesterday was sophomore Leila Aruri, who came in 31st in 19:51. She was the fourth sophomore finisher in the race.

(Aruri) has really had a great season, said Andover coach Leo Lafond. keeps getting better and better. paces Hillies

In her first year of cross country, Haverhill junior Jackie Solimine capped a terrific season by finishing 14th in 19:24. Running at a steady 6:15 pace, she was 12th at the mile mark and pretty much held her ground throughout the race.

was hoping to be in the top 10 and break 19:20, but I do that next year, said Solinine. pretty happy with the way things went. I never thought in the beginning of the year that I do this well. coach Mike Maguire thinks that Solimine has plenty to be happy about.

still learning, but she made adjustments, said Maguire. run her best time in her toughest race is a great way to cap the season. two key top five runners with injuries, Haverhill still finished 11th Air Jordan 20s as a team. Bridget Twomey complemented Solimine by placing 33rd in 19:53 and Samantha Kelleher came in 75th.

think we rebounded from some adversity and we made it here, which is a good accomplishment, said Maguire.

Whitman Hanson easily won the team championship, with 93 points. Masconomet was an impressive fourth and Chelmsford was sixth. Central Catholic freshman Tiffany Simione ran a solid race to finish 65th.

Pentucket Morse fades

Running in the Division 2 All State meet, Rebecca Morse felt the effects of a week long illness and slipped to 37th place. Morse was with the leaders for the first mile but didn have the strength to keep up the pace, finishing with a time of 20:01.23.

Dennis Yarmouth junior Jordan O was the individual champ in Division 2, taking the lead from the start and gradually extending it, finishing in 18:34.89.

Bishop Feehan captured the team title with 63 points, 16 fewer than runner up Hamilton Wenham. Pentucket finished 11th in the 19 team field. Impressive freshman Air Jordan 3s Kelsi McNamara complemented Morse by coming in 50th in 20:27.

BOSTON Running in the Division 2 All State meet, Rebecca Morse felt the effects of a week long illness and slipped to 37th place. Morse was with the leaders for the first mile but didn have the strength to keep up the pace, finishing with a time of 20:01.23.

Dennis Yarmouth junior Jordan O was the individual champ in Division 2, taking the lead from the start and gradually extending it, finishing in 18:34.89.

Bishop Feehan captured the team title with 63 points, 16 fewer than runner up Hamilton Wenham. Pentucket finished 11th in the 19 team field. Impressive freshman Kelsi McNamara complemented Morse by coming in 50th in 20:27.