St. Mary's School Coed Varsity Cross Country

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St. Mary’s Runners Have Strong Showing at Clam Beach Invitational

On Saturday, September 24th the St. Mary’s X-Country team travelled to Northern California to compete in the 3-mile Clam Beach Invitational hosted by McKinleyville High School (CA). In strong winds, and foggy conditions the Crusader girls finished third overall behind Ukiah and host McKinleyville with 67 points.  With about 200 meters to the finish, Emma

Emma Bennion wins Prefontaine Memorial run

PREFONTAINE MEMORIAL RUN: At Coos Bay, St. Mary’s sophomore Emma Bennion won the girls 5,000-meter race going away in 19 minutes, 43.9 seconds for the top local showing at the annual event. Grants Pass won the boys and girls team titles, with the Cavemen posting four of the top eight boys times and three of

Bennion Claims title at Brookings Harbor

BROOKINGS — St. Mary’s sophomore Emma Bennion won the 5,000-meter Brookings-Harbor Invitational on Saturday. Bennion, who finished ninth at state for last year’s Class 3A champion Crusaders, outraced 55 others with a time of 20 minutes, 9.15 seconds. Grants Pass swept the team awards, while the North Medford boys and girls each finished second out

MS Cross Country Starts Season Strong

The MS Cross Country teams started off the season on the right foot with a strong showing at the 29th Annual Crusader Invitational at Bear Creek Park. The girls team took the overall team title with a score of 57 points.  The team was led by a strong grouping of Finley Cox (14:22, 7th place),

St. Mary’s School Coed Varsity Cross Country finishes 9th place

Saturday, September 3, 2016 3:00 PM Place 9 Points 217 Meet Recap Wonderful conditions at Richardson Park at Fern Ridge Resevoir welcomed the St Mary’s harriers for their first 5000m race of the season. Sophomore Emma Bennion led the girls varsity team with a time of 20:07.9 (37 seconds faster than her time from last

St. Mary’s Girls Cross Country Wins State Title

(Taken from the Mail Tribune Marissa Dobry was going for “a place.” So, too, were her St. Mary’s cross country teammates. None of them were disappointed following a stellar performance at the Class 3A/2A/1A state championships Saturday at Lane Community College. First places all around. Dobry ran away with the individual crown, and the

St. Mary’s Cross Country Girls and Boys Team Qualify for State, Volk wins Coach of the Year

On Thursday, October 22nd at Valley of the Rogue State Park Marissa Dobry lead the St. Mary’s girls to first place at the OSAA Special District 6 Cross Country meet. The St. Mary’s boys were runners-up to Bandon, which took second place on the girls side. The top two teams and five individuals qualified for

Dobry leads St. Mary’s to Prefontaine title

St. Mary’s senior Marissa Dobry finished first in a course-record time of 18 minutes, 3.7 seconds to help the Crusader girls cross country team win their first title in the annual Prefontaine Memorial Run. St. Mary’s finished third two years ago and second last year before winning it this time around after placing three runners

St. Mary’s Girls XC Team takes 5th at Ash Creek Meet

St. Mary’s Girls XC team took 5th place at the Ash Creek Cross Country Festival on Saturday, September 12th. Finishing behind four of Oregon and Washington’s largest cross country teams at the 6A and 5A level, St. Mary’s (OSAA 3A) was paced by Marissa Dobry who finished 2nd overall with a time of 18:01.5 On