Brewer sets course record

Montrose runners lead the pack at the Cross Country meet held Tuesday, Sept. 13 at Blue Ridge. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD
Montrose runners lead the pack at the Cross Country meet held Tuesday, Sept. 13 at Blue Ridge. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Montrose runners lead the pack at the Cross Country meet held Tuesday, Sept. 13 at Blue Ridge. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Montrose’s Owen Brewer set a course record at Blue Ridge at 17:05.  Zach Mead, pictured behind Brewer, finished in third place. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Montrose’s Owen Brewer set a course record at Blue Ridge at 17:05. Zach Mead, pictured behind Brewer, finished in third place. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Owen Brewer set a course record and Montrose swept the top three spots to earn three wins in a boys meet at Blue Ridge last week. Brandon Curley and

Brandon Curley crossed the finish line in second place with a time of 17:17. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Brandon Curley crossed the finish line in second place with a time of 17:17. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Zach Mead followed Brewer across the finish line. The Meteor boys are undefeated this season.
Cody Oswald was fourth for Elk Lake as the Warriors earned three
Justine Johns, Keri Jones, Shyanne Bennett and Sadie Boesscher swept spots 2-5 as Elk Lake earned three wins. Hannah Perkins of Montrose was first overall.
Forest City’s Jennifer Korty set a course record and Holy Cross earned four wins behind Lexi Walsh and Abby Corrigan, who finished second and fourth respectively, Tuesday in a Lackawanna League girls cross country meet at Merli Sarnoski Park.

Meteor Austin Doloway crosses the finish line in front of Blue Ridge’s Travis Hicking. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Meteor Austin Doloway crosses the finish line in front of Blue Ridge’s Travis Hicking. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Keri Jones finished in third place for the Lady Warriors. Montrose’s Hannah Perkins was the top girls runner. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Keri Jones finished in third place for the Lady Warriors. Montrose’s Hannah Perkins was the top girls runner. PHOTO BY SKYLAR SECORD

Korty ran the 3.1-mile course in 18 minutes, 26 seconds, a full minute faster than Walsh, the defending District 2 Class A champion.

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