High school cross country

Iltis, Russ first winners on new Crockett Trail at Camden Hills Invitational

Camden Hills girls, Lincoln Academy boys run away from competition
By Ken Waltz | Oct 10, 2017
Photo by: Mark Haskell Camden Hills runners, including Miranda Dunton, left, Grace Iltis, middle, Augusta Stockman, right, Phoebe Root, back right, Margaret Richmond and Thia Allen, among others, take off at the start of the girls race at the annual Camden Hills Invitational high school cross-country meet on Oct. 6 in Rockport.

Rockport — The longstanding, annual Camden Hills Invitational always marks the end of the regular high school cross-country season and sets the stage for the conference, regional and state competitions to follow, but this year's Windjammer event proved extra special.

That is because the meet, on Friday afternoon, Oct. 6, included a 5-kilometer, or 3.1-mile, course dedicated to Penny and Charlie Crockett, longtime Windjammer coaches and high school teachers.

The races were held on the recently-completed Crockett Trail, which includes areas behind and next to the schools, athletic fields, through the woods and along beautiful nature trails.

Camden Hills' Grace Iltis and Lincoln Academy's Sam Russ were the initial winners over the new course.

Click for hundreds of photos from the Camden Hills Invitational.

The girls team scores were: Camden Hills 19, Brunswick 56, Belfast 89, Morse of Bath 89, Lincoln Academy of Newcastle 129 and Nokomis of Newport, Oceanside of Rockland/Thomaston and Medomak Valley of Waldoboro no score.

The boys team scores were: Lincoln Academy 23, Brunswick 41, Belfast 87, Morse 105, Camden Hills 108, Oceanside 178 and Nokomis and Medomak Valley no score.

The Camden Hills girls proved especially impressive on their new course as they had the top three runners, separated by only five seconds, and seven of the top 10 finishers, as the Windjammers' 19 points were close to a perfect score of 15 (which is to have the top five scoring runners).

While the girls individual places listed below are correct, many of the times are incorrect.

The individual girls results included: 1, Grace Iltis, CH, 19:18.97; 2, Augusta Stockman, CH, 19:20.00; 3, Miranda Dunton, CH, 19:23; 4, Isabella Pols, Bruns, 19:25; 5, Micaela Ashby, Bruns, 19:30; 6, Phoebe Root, CH, 19:33; 7, Claire Wyman, CH, 19:36; 8, Alli Wells, CH, 19:39; 9, Sydney McCarren, Morse, 19:42; 10, Rose O'Brien, CH, 19:45; 11, Zoe Deans, Bel, 19:50; 12, Lauren Rothwell, CH, 19:53; 13, Lorelei Pryor, Morse, 19:55; 14, Emily Eastman, Nok, 19:58; 15, Lillie Mitchell, Bel, 20:00; 16, Serena Blasius, Med, 20:04; 17, Desiree Tanner, Bruns, 20:06; 18, Adelin Dolley, Bruns, 20:08; 19, Jenny Wilbraham, Morse, 20:10; 20, Mackenzie Emerson, Med, 20:13; 21, Kaitlyn Kessel, CH, 20:14; 22, Grace Wehrle, LA, 20:15; 23, Margaret Johnson, Bruns, 20:18; 24, Kathleen Koval, Bruns, 20:20; 25, Maddie Holt, CH, 20:25; 26, Bella Gallace, CH, 20:30; 27, Margaret Richmond, CH, 20:38; 28, Jayde Whitten, Nok, 20:40; 29, Gia Davilla, Bel, 20:45; 30, Rowan Walsh, Bel, 20:50; 31, Macy Pushaw, CH, 20:55; 32, Whitney Purgin, Morse, 21:00; 33, Thia Allen, CH, 21:05; 34, Kirah Despres-Bowman, Bruns, 21:10; 35, Tara O'Donovan, Bel, 21:15; 36, Jordan Kulbe, Bel, 21:25; 37, Emma Tolley, LA, 21:30; 38, Katherine Dailey, CH, 21:35; 39, Emily Embury, LA, 21:40; 40, Sadie Cameron, CH, 21:45; 41, Katherine Upham, CH, 21:50; 42, Natalie Owre, CH, 22:00; 43, Holly Black, Bruns, 22:05; 44, Jayla Robinson, Med, 22:10; 45, Olivia Richmond, LA, 22:15; 46, Delia Cognard, Bel, 22:20; 47, Molly Davis, Ocean, 22:25; 48, Sierra Weston, Law, 31:03.91; 49, Katie Whitham, Morse, 31:37.24; 50, Andrea Gutierrez, LA, 33:16.22; 51, Hannah Littlefield, Bel, 34:24.31; 52, Erin Hayes, Bel, 35:32.52; and 53, Grace Dancer, LA, 37:16.66.

The individual boys results were: 1, Sam Russ, LA, 17:29.83; 2, Jarrett Gulden, LA, 17:35.93; 3, David Barnum, LA, 17:41.12; 4, Cameron Ashby, Bruns, 18:11.89; 5, Benji Pugh, LA, 18:12.69; 6, Will Shaughnessy, Bruns, 18:19.85; 7, Ricky Smith, Bel, 18:36.37; 8, Tyler Patterson, Bruns, 18:39.08; 9, Connor Freeman, Morse, 18:42.36; 10, Andrew Chingos, Bruns, 18:45.43; 11, Brendan Moline, Bel, 18:46.76; 12, Jojo Martin, LA, 19:03.82; 13, Daniel Lyons, Bruns, 19:11.17; 14, Hayden Thibeault, CH, 19:11.18; 15, Ben Brewer, Morse, 19:13.39; 16, Levi McAtee, LA, 19:19.75; 17, Eamon Goscinski, Bel, 19:22.68; 18, Nate Vanlonkhuyzen, CH, 19:24.33; 19, Timmy Smith, Bel, 19:30.56; 20, Aiden Simmons, Bruns, 19:42.91; 21, Ryan Olson, Bruns, 19:44.03; 22, Josiah Webber, Law, 20:01.67; 23, Isaiah Potter, Med, 20:07.06; 24, Kaleb Brackley-Prouty, LA, 20:09.12; 25, Tyler Bowman, Med, 20:11.68; 26, Braxton Farrin, LA, 20:14.83; 27, Ezra Smith, LA, 20:15.21; 28, Alex Marin, LA, 20:20.60; 29, Liam Scanlon, Morse, 20:22.14; 30, Elias Porter, CH, 20:23.87; 31, Will Karod, CH, 20:26.55; 32, Jimmy Weinand, Ocean, 20:27.55; 33, Forrest Blakenship, Bruns, 20:28.43; 34, Tommy Thelander, LA, 20:31.66; 35, Sam Poutasse, CH, 20:38.82; 36, Caleb Avery, Morse, 20:39.69; 37, Taylor Holmes, LA, 20:40.10; 38, Kyle Hanson, Bruns, 20:47.35; 39, Sam True, LA, 20:49.24; 40, Ian Orsmond, CH, 20:53.39; 41, Nick DeRosa, Bruns, 20:56.81; 42, Jordan Leuteman, Morse, 20:57.66; 43, Stephen Crawford, CH, 20:57.72 31; 44, Samuel Roy, Nok, 21:02.57; 45, Leo Kalajian, CH, 21:04.50; 46, Cameron Nelson, LA, 21:08.43; 47, Brady Leavitt, Morse, 21:11.34; 48, Joseph Potter, Bel, 21:32.17; 49, Nathaniel Morsey, Bel, 21:34.39; 50, Gary Moline, Bel, 21:50.19; 51, Patrick Corcoran, Ocean, 21:52.73; 52, Miles Bracy, LA, 21:53.50; 53, Cyrus Alley, Ocean, 22:01.89; 54, Adlai Nelson, LA, 22:28.06; 55, Chris Tucker, Bruns, 22:45.64; 56, Sam Richards, LA, 22:58.80; 57, Nathaniel Stanley, CH, 23:00.32; 58, Jonathan McDevitt, CH, 23:05.09; 59, Caeden Bross, LA, 23:12.85; 60, Sam Gallagher, CH, 23:12.86; 61, Corey Klein, Morse, 23:14.41; 62, Zachary Delile, Law, 23:16.37; 63, Brian Rollerson, Bel, 23:28.55; 64, Ben Hinds, Morse, 23:45.43; 65, Colin Stewart, CH, 23:49.06; 66, Jack Poutasse, CH, 23:53.89; 67, Logan Tibbetts, Law, 23:54.28; 68, Robin Apollonio, CH, 23:55.95; 69, Adam Bifulco, CH, 24:16.14; 70, Christian Sukeforth, Bel, 24:16.96; 71, Matthew Young, Ocean, 24:24.88; 72, Wilson Gray, CH, 24:41.05; 73, Alex Mahar, Ocean, 25:02.47; 74, Hunter Hoskins, CH, 25:32.37; 75, Samuel Goscinski, Bel, 26:43.18; 76, Sawyer Carson, Bel, 27:05.90; 77, Patrick O'Donovan, Bel, 27:06.14; 78, Kyle Arey, Ocean, 27:26.30; 79, Logan Holt, Bruns, 27:26.52; 80, Max Osborne, Med, 27:31.02; 81, Arnauld Hirwa, LA, 28:29.91; 82, Chris Popp, LA, 28:31.51; 83, Thomas Eagar, CH, 29:12.22; 84, Edwin Stone, Med, 31:36.97; and 85, Lucas Umbriaco, Bruns, 33:50.42.

Camden Hills runners take off at the start of the girls race. Among those pictured are, from left, Miranda Dunton, Claire Wyman, Grace Iltis, Rose O'Brien, Augusta Stockman, Alli Wells, Phoebe Root and Macy Pushaw, among others. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Medomak Valley and Belfast runners take off at the start of the girls race. Among those pictured are Panthers Jayla Robinson and Serena Blasius, as well as Lions Zoe Deans, Lillie Mitchell and Gia Davilla. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Medomak Valley runners take off at the start of the boys race. Among the runners are Panthers Isaiah Potter, left, and Tyler Bowman. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Camden Hills runners take off at the start of the boys race. Windjammers Hayden Thibeault, right, and Nate Vanlonkhuyzen lead the group. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Belfast runners take off at the start of the boys race. Lions Ricky Smith, front, Brendan Moline, middle, and Eamon Goscinski lead the group. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Camden Hills runners take off at the start of the boys race. Windjammers Hayden Thibeault, front, and Nate Vanlonkhuyzen lead the group. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Medomak Valley runners take off at the start of the boys race. Among the runners are Panthers Isaiah Potter, left, and Tyler Bowman. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Camden Hills' Leo Kalajian, Elias Porter, Stephen Crawford and Sam Poutasse, among others, take off at the start of the boys race. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
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