Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Saunders, Tallman Results

Here are some random results from TNORthers from around the province:

First Fall Run (Kitchener Auditorium Centennial Stadium)
8.1 km -
Ryan Saunders, 1st (31:03)

Tues Sept 28th Bulldog Invitational St Catharines (part of Golden Horseshoe XC Series)
Midget Girls - 3km
Emma Tallman - 12:18 - 3rd

Senior Girls - 4.9km
Kaitlyn Tallman - 18:47 - 2nd

Saturday, September 25, 2004

Western International Results

Nice runs by Liz Forbes and Serena Jennigs, who both cracked the 19:00 minute barrier to help their Guelph team to a first place finish at the Western International XC Race this weekend. Also competing at the meet, was Joe Yawney (for Ottawa) and coach Darren Jermyn, who competed in the Alumni race.

Laurentian Results
14th, Kirsti Dolson, 18:56
37th, Alicia Kaye, 19:48
85th, Caitlin Tino, 21:09
86th, Marnie Smith, 21:10
91st, Jennie Oliver, 21:32
102nd, Nina Spadafore, 22:09

Other Sudbury Results
9th, Liz Forbes (Guelph - 1st team), 18:50
11th, Serena Jennings (Guelph - 1st team), 18:52
90th, Julie Forbes (McMaster), 21:43

Saturday, September 18, 2004

Results - Don Mills Open Cross-Country Meet, Waterloo Ontario

Laurentian Women's Cross-Country Running Team competed at the Don Mills Open cross-country running meet this Saturday, and came away with two medals and a 5th place team finish.

Last year's OUA Rookie of the Year, Leila Angrand of Sudbury, placed first in the university division with a time of 14:42 over the 4 kilometre course. The bronze medal was won by rookie Kirsty Dolson of Orillia, with a time of 15:22. She was followed by three more rookies, Marnie Smith of Sault Ste Marie, 40th in 16:47, Jennie Oliver of Perth, 49th in 17:03 and Nina Spadafore of Timmins, 58th in 17:50. Melanie Muise of Sudbury, competing as an open athlete in this event, placed 56th overall in 16:50.

Said Coach, Dick Moss, "We were missing three of our four vets today, but our rookies ran extremely well in their first race against other OUA teams. Leila looks like she's picking up where she left off last year, and it was tremendous debut for Kirsti Dolson."

UNIVERSITY DIVISION - Individual Results
1st, Leila Angrand, 14:42
3rd, Kirsti Dolson, 15:22
40th, Marnie Smith, 16:47
49th, Jennie Oliver, 17:03
58th, Nina Spadafore, 17:50

Other TNOR Results:
22nd, Tammy Dufresne (Windsor), 16:14
36th, Julie Forbes (McMaster), 16:40

1st, U. of Toronto - 84 points
2nd, Windsor - 104 points
3rd, York U - 140 points
4th, Laurier - 155 points
5th, Laurentian - 169 points
6th, McMaster - 171 points
7th, Waterloo - 172 points
8th, Guelph - 204 points

Thursday, September 09, 2004

Thanks to Ron Poirier, Vince Purdue, and Malcolm Steven!

Thanks to Ron Poirier, Vince Purdue and Malcolm Steven, who not only organize the Firecracker 5k road race, they usually donate a portion of the proceeds to Track North. This week, Ron donated $500 to TNOR!