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Lady Bobcats pick up victory

Published 10:08am Tuesday, October 6, 2009

BERRIEN SPRINGS – The Brandywine girls’ cross country team nipped Bridgman 28-29 to split a pair of Lakeland Conference decisions on Monday afternoon.

The Lady Bobcats were defeated by host Berrien Springs 15-48.

The Brandywine boys’ team was swept by Bridgman (15-49) and Berrien Springs (24-31).

Mandy Piedt of Berrien Springs was the overall girls’ winner with a time of 21:30.
Katelynn Delgos was the top finisher for the Lady Bobcats as she was seventh with a time of 23:49.

Carlie Newman also cracked the top 10 (ninth) with a time of 23:53. Kelci Lockwood was 13th (25:03), Jessica Meranchel (25:06) and Nichole Newman 23rd (27:40).

“The girls did a good job,” Brandywine coach Jim Murray said. “Delgos, Lockwood and Meranchel all passed girls in the last half mile to get us past Bridgman.”

Jarrett Anderson of Bridgman was the boys’ overall winner with a time of 18:56.

Ryan Probst was the Bobcats’ top placer with a time of 19:18, which was good for seventh.

Aaron Sieting finished 16th (21:58) and Collin Mattiford 18th (22:17).

Lakeland Conference Cross Country
Girls’ team scores
Berrien Springs…15

Top 10
1. Mandy Piedt (BS) 21:30, 2. Jessica Nave (BS) 21:33, 3. Kelsey Lewis (BS) 21:39, 4. Amber VanLuvanee (BS) 23:13, 5. Mandy Bromilow (BS) 23:22, 6. Elissa Walter (BS) 23:26, 7. Katelynn Delgos (BW) 23:49, 8. Kelly Ferguson (BS) 23:51), 9. Carlie Newman (BW) 23:53. 10. Kayla Foster (BS) 24:23

Boys’ team scores
Berrien Springs…24

Top 10

1. Jarrett Anderson (BRIG) 18:56, 2. Justin Kiewel (BRIG) 18:57, 3. Connor Magro (BRIG) 19:00, 4. Mark Haukereid (BRIG) 19:01, 5. Cameron Magro (BRIG) 19:01, 6. Brandon Enders (BRIG) 19:10, 7. Ryan Probst (BW) 19:18, 8. Beau Rathgeb (BRIG) 20:10, 9. George Roeder (BRIG) 20:38, 10. Parker Mojsiekenko (BRIG) 20:50

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