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Lady Eagles Cross-Country team earns CAC Championship title

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  The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School girl’s cross-country team finished second at the Commonwealth Athletic Conference (CAC) Championship at Greater Lawrence Technical School. The Academy of Notre Dame (22) placed first in the girls’ field. After MVRCS (72), Lynn Vocational Technical Institute (85), Nashoba Valley Technical High School (98), Innovation Academy Charter School (102) and Minuteman High School (113) rounded out the rest of the girls’ field, in respective order.

  Asal Bahrampouri led the group with a stellar performance on the 5-kilometer course (23:08), while Britney Nayiga and Gina Weirzbowski were ninth (24:11) and thirteenth (25:01), respectively. Iris Zhao and Sharisse Scoletti rounded out Mystic Valley’s top-5 girls in 21st (26:56) and 25th (27:24) place.

  Falling short in the league meet, the girls’ team brought home a CAC 2022 Championship title with an overall season record of 5-0. “Winning in the CAC regular season and coming in second in the league meet is one of the best seasons the varsity girls’ cross-country team has ever had,” said Head Coach Cody Duff.

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A member of the Lady Eagles Cross-Country Team holds the championship trophy.

Eagles finish first in CAC Championship Lower Division Meet

  The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School boys’ cross-country team finished first at the Commonwealth Athletic Conference (CAC) Championship meet at Greater Lawrence Technical School. Meanwhile, Innovation Academy Charter School (51), Lynn Vocational Technical Institute (57) and Minuteman High School (82) rounded out the rest of the field, in respective order.

  The boys were highlighted by Liam Powers (17:44), Daniel Nguyen (18:13) and Jayson Yan (18:18), as the trio finished top 3 in the entire field. Euba Tafese and Bryan Li rounded out Mystic Valley’s top-5 boys in eighth (18:38) and sixteenth (19:48) place.

  The boys came a few points shy of the CAC title win with an overall season record of 4-1. What’s next? Powers and Nguyen will compete at the Division 3 State Meet on Saturday, November 12 at Gardner Municipal Golf Course in Gardner.

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