2017 FALL PREVIEWS: SBAAC cross country


Williamsburg Wildcats boys, girls

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

Girls finished fifth in SBAAC and boys finished 6th in SBAAC

HEAD COACH

Coach Brittany Demeritt, first year coaching cross country

COACHES IN PROGRAM

just me!

NUMBER OF RUNNERS RETURNING

BOYS: 3

GIRLS: 2

KEY RUNNERS RETURNING

BOYS: Drake Jones, Raymond Kniepp, Dakota Gullett

GIRLS: Laurin Ellis, Jacee Rohne

KEY NEWCOMERS

Starting this year we are forming a middle school cross country team. Megan Ellis (7th grade) has been making great strides over the summer in her training. Also new to the high school teams is Andrew Robinson and Ezra Wallace who have shown great improvements and good potential.

KEY PLAYERS LOST

Hope Schaljo and K.C. Jones both were 1st team All-SBAAC.

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

We are starting out small, but the athletes have been working hard. Laurin and Megan have significantly increased their improvement since beginning training in July. I’m excited to see what we all can do this year as a team.

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Western Brown Broncos boys

TEAM RECORD

80-20 overall, finished fourth in SBAAC

HEAD COACH

Chad Sexton, third year at WB

HEAD COACH’S RECORD

157-38, 2 seasons

COACHES IN PROGRAM

Nathan Hauke and Cory Olson run our junior high program and do a great job. The legendary Jim Neu is in charge of the high school girls program.

NUMBER OF RUNNERS RETURNING

7

NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTER WINNERS

5

KEY RUNNERS RETURNING

Chase Easterling 11, Rob Conaty 12, Ryan Cooper 10, Scott Enzweiler 10, Cade Eyre 10, Brandon Hammersley 12, Blake Hurt 11

KEY NEWCOMERS

AJ Hurt 9, Carson Eyre 12, Ben Todd 9, Nicholas Garrido 9, Kris Darlington 9, Ali Abdoullah 9

KEY PLAYERS LOST

None

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

3rd

LEAGUE TITLES

7

DISTRICT, REGIONAL, STATE TITLES

0

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

Fairly young team with highest number (17 boys) we have had in long time. The athletes are working hard.

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Batavia Bulldogs boys, girls

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

Boys SBAAC champions in 2016

HEAD COACH

Kristin Wells, third year at Batavia

COACHES IN PROGRAM

Middle school coach Paul Moore; Mike Cravens also will be helping the high school this year

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

BOYS: Nathan DeRose, Ridge Cook, Ethan Clark, Shawn Larios. Jake Brown and Bryan Sauter will be dual-sport athletes with soccer and will run when they can

KEY NEWCOMERS

GIRLS: Morgan Cravens, freshman

KEY PLAYERS LOST

Lost Dylan Young (qualified for regionals last year) due to graduation and potentially Daniel Greiner due to injury

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Georgetown G-Men boys, girls

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

BOYS: Fourth in SBAAC National, regional qualifying team

GIRLS: Third in SBAAC National

HEAD COACH

BOYS: Tony Watson, sixth season as head coach, seventh year total

GIRLS: Mike McHenry, fourth season as head coach, fifth year total

COACHES IN PROGRAM

Nick McAfee, junior high school boys.

NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTER WINNERS

GIRLS 5

BOYS 10

KEY RUNNERS RETURNING

GIRLS: Kati Colwell, regional qualifier last year as freshman, first team SBAAC; Allyson McHenry, second team All-SBAAC

BOYS: Tanner Ellis, second team SBAAC; Emerson Cahall

KEY NEWCOMERS

BOYS: Joshua Galley, freshman

KEY RUNNERS LOST

BOYS: Chris Dietrick, first team SBAAAC

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

The goal of both high school teams is to make it to regionals this year

ROSTER

GIRLS: Grace Burrows 9, Cameron Cluxton 10, Kati Colwell 10, Allyson McHenry 10, Diana Stanze 10, Ashley Taylor 11, Olivia Waits 9, Laura Wood 11

BOYS: Emerson Cahall 11, Anthony Carrington 10, Sam Clivfton 12, Tanner Ellis 11, Garrett Ernst 10, Joshua Gally 9, Cody Graves 10, Noah McCann 9, Hunter McMullen 10, Kaden Mountain 10, Tyler Murrell 11, Finn Tomlin 11

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