Brother Martin, Mount Carmel win Dominican/Holy Cross Invitational Cross Country Meet
Brother Martin and Mount Carmel Academy are each ranked fourth in the first Louisiana Track and Field Coaches Association rankings released earlier this week.
Saturday morning at City Park, the Crusaders and Cubs showed they are worthy of the rankings and showed that they are genuine contenders for state honors this year.
Each won team titles in the Dominican/Holy Cross Invitational.
Brother Martin finished well ahead of Holy Cross for the boys title with Belle Chasse third.
Drake Breland of Belle Chasse took individual honors, running a time of 15:42, ahead of three Brother Martin teammates who followed.
Mount Carmel Academy edged out Dominican to take the girls title while Mandeville was a distant third.
Catalina Reichard won the individual championship in a time of 19:06 with Morgan Trauth of Dominican finishing second.
Here are the results from the meet:
Boys Team scores: 1. Brother Martin 28, 2. Holy Cross 57, 3. Belle Chasse 89, 4. Central Lafourche 98, 5. Mandeville 135, 6. Archbishop Shaw 153, 7. John Curtis Christian 171, 8. Destrehan 240, 9. De La Salle 246, 10. Chalmette 306, 11. Morris Jeff Community 351, 12. East St. John 382.
Boys individual results: 1. Drake Breland, Belle Chasse 15:42; 2. Eli Levi, Brother Martin 15:45; 3. Luke Regan, Brother Martin 16:00; 4. Eyan Calico, Brother Martin 16:04; 5. Colin Volpe, Holy Cross 16:10; 6. Gage Baldassaro, Holy Cross 16:14; 7. Jace Lukoski, Belle Chasse 16:40; 8. Landon Davis, Holy Cross 16:47; 9. Braeden Dunne, Brother Martin 16:51; 10. Noah Mooney, Brother Martin 17:10.
Team scores: 1. Mount Carmel Academy 29, 2. Dominican 35, 3. Mandeville 123, 4. Archbishop Hannan 130, 5. Belle Chasse 131, 6. Ursuline Academy 152, 7. Cabrini 194, 8. Chalmette 201, 9. Destrehan 244.
Top individuals: 1. Catalina Reichard, Mount Carmel Academy 19:06; 2. Morgan Trauth, Dominican 19:12; 3. Camryn Falgout, Central Lafourche 19:46; 4. Virginia Turner, Dominican 20:19; 5. Sophie Freeze, Ursuline Academy 20:53; 6. Lucy Quintana, Mount Carmel Academy 20:56; 7. Riley Imbornone, Mount Carmel Academy 21:03; 8. Miley Percle, John Curtis Christian 21:04; 9. Adeleine Berner, Mount Carmel Academy 21:09; 10. Roma McAlear, Dominican 21:16.
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