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Boys’ XC Continues Winning Tradition

November 5, 2010

In eerily similar fashion to the girls team, the boys cross country squad defeated Southold in the County Championship after falling to them earlier in the season.  It was the 2nd title of 3 won by the Bears on this historic day along with the girls cross country and soccer teams.  The boys’ 13th Suffolk Title in program history may have also been their closest.  When the race was over the Bears and Settlers were deadlocked in a 28-28 tie, requiring the officials to go to a tiebreaker.  Proof that every member is vital to a team, the championship came down to the position of Stony Brook’s 6th man, freshman Darryl Baker, who placed ahead of Southold’s 5th and 6th runners to give the blue and white the title.  The championship win was Coach Jake Morley’s 4th to go along with a trifecta of victories from 2006-2008.  With the victory the boys earn a spot in next Saturday’s New York State Meet in Pawling, NY.

Individual Results

  1. Salvatore Manno | Southold | 19:44.7
  2. Yisheng Cai | Stony Brook | 20:08.0
  3. Griffin Quist | Southold | 20:17.1
  4. Will Tseng | Stony Brook | 20:30.9
  5. Jeffrey Fung | Stony Brook | 21:16.3
  6. Ryan Hanrahan | Southold | 21:18.6
  7. John Tomici | Southold | 21:33.7
  8. Justin Thompson | Stony Brook | 22:03.4
  9. Terry Huang | Stony Brook | 22:18.9
  10. Darryl Baker | Stony Brook | 22:21.7
  11. Frank Cone | Southold | 22:31.5
  12. Nicolas Amara | Southold | 22:49.0
  13. Matthew Reilly | Southold | 23:03.1
  14. Yi He | Stony Brook | 24:11.4



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