Brandywine’s Michael Robbins, left, works to keep in front of Bronson’s Hunter Machus during Saturday’s Brandywine Invitational. The Bobcats finished third in the boys race. (Leader photo/SCOTT NOVAK)

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Brandywine third at own invitational

Published 2:47pm Saturday, October 20, 2012

The Brandywine boys cross country team finished third at its own invitational Saturday.

Constantine captured the Brandywine Invitational championship, while Berrien Springs was second. Both teams scored 62 points. The Bobcats finished with 78 points.

Kamren English of New Buffalo was the individual champion with a time of 17:29.

Michael Robbins led Brandywine with a fourth place finish and a time of 18:05.

Concord won the girls team title with Berrien Springs finishing second. The Bobcats finished seventh.

Allison Zacharski ran 27:06 to place 27th for Brandywine.


Brandywine Invitational

Boys team scores

Constantine A 62, Berrien Springs 62, Brandywine 78, Bronson 79, New Buffalo 107, LaLumiere 142, Marcellus 157, Constantine B 209


Overall winner

Kamren English (NB) 17:29


Brandywine finishers

4. Michael Robbins 18:05; 9. Collin Mattiford 18:49; 12. James Harrell 19:06; 16. Zach Schmidt 19:38; 38. Evan Zacharski 21:44; 49. Joshua Youngs 23:18


Girls team scores

Concord 30, Berrien Springs 48, LaLumere 103, Bronson 104, Constantine 118, New Buffalo 124, Brandywine 177, River Valley 181


Overall winner

Jessica Nave (BS) 21:15


Brandywine finisher

27. Allison Zacharski 27:06

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