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Boys’ XC Cruises in 1st PSAA Meet

October 20, 2020
Scanlon leads the way in yesterday’s meet (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

Yesterday afternoon, on a perfectly scripted fall day, the familiar sound of thundering feet returned to the S. T. Hsaio home course as the boys’ cross country team battled Portledge, Long Island Luther, Solomon Schechter, and Martin Luther in the first PSAA meet of the season.

The Bears cruised to a dominant victory on the 2.53-mile course, taking the top three spots behind great performances from Colin Scanlon (14:50), Forest Kaplan-Walbrecht (15:25), and Joe Barisic Cubillas (16:03). Scanlon led wire-to-wire and was untested in earning the first individual victory of his career. Tiger Wang (6th/16:25) and Anthony Zajac (7th/16:26) rounded out the scoring for the Bears who placed eight runners in the top ten.

Team Scores

  • Stony Brook (1, 2, 3, 6, 7) – 19
  • Portledge (4, 5, 10, 20, 21) – 60
  • Solomon Schechter (11, 13, 15, 16, 22) – 77
  • Long Island Lutheran (12, 14, 17, 23, 24) – 90
  • Martin Luther – (3 runners, no team score)

Top 10 Results

  1. Colin Scanlon (Stony Brook) – 14:50
  2. Forect Kaplan-Walbrecht (Stony Brook) – 15:25
  3. Joe Barisic Cubillas (Stony Brook) – 16:03
  4. Alexander Simms (Portledge) – 16:21
  5. Tyler Wasserman (Portledge) – 16:24
  6. Tiger Wang (Stony Brook) – 16:25
  7. Anthony Zajac (Stony Brook) – 16:26
  8. Mark Creighton (Stony Brook) – 16:55
  9. Paul Cesario (Stony Brook) – 17:17
  10. Nathan Stortz (Stony Brook) – 17:39

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