Runners rule county meet | Clarkston Information


Senior Brendan Favazza led the the Wolves to victory because the boys varsity cross nation staff claimed the Oakland County Championship on Saturday.
Favazza completed in first place within the time of 15:40.6 at Kensington Metropark as Clarkston scored 64 factors for first place out of 32 groups on the meet.
Senior Nathan Sesti completed in seventh place on the time of 16:34; sophomore Andrew Sesti, 11th, 16:40; senior Christian Collis, 17th, 16:57.6; sophomore Joey Taverna, 28th, 17:12.6; junior Owen Kolean, 69th, 17:53.2; and senior Carson Brock, 71st, 17:55.four.

The Clarkston Boys Varsity Cross Nation staff reigns as Oakland County champions after ending the race in first place on Saturday. Images by Ken Lemieux

The highest ten groups within the county had been Stoney Creek in second place with 87 factors; Detroit Catholic Central, third, 151; Milford, fourth, 153; Walled Lake Central, fifth, 194; Novi, sixth, 205; Rochester Adams, seventh, 217; Farmington, eighth, 235; Lake Orion, ninth, 261; and Walled Lake Northern, tenth, 281.
The ladies varsity staff completed in second place out of 30 groups with 158 factors.
Senior Mia Patria led the pack as she completed in sixth place on the time of 19:20.1. Junior Mattie Drennan completed in 13th place, 20:04.5; sophomore Elise Wilhem, 28th, 20:51.9; sophomore Mackenzie Montigano, 55th, 21:32.7; freshman Cate Cotter, 59th, 21:35.three; freshman Rebekah Wilson, 97th, 22:23.9; and senior Haley Puskar, 166th, 24:13. eight.
The highest ten groups within the county additionally included Troy in first place with 108 factors; Milford, third, 175; Birmingham Seaholm, fourth, 210; Royal Oak, fifth, 242; Rochester Adams, sixth, 255; Rochester, seventh, 264; Walled Lake Westen, eighth, 269; Walled Lake Northern, ninth, 276; and Oxford, tenth, 337.
The Wolves completed in first place in each the women and boys races at Hanson’s Invitational, Sept. 28.
The boys completed with a rating of 30 out of 19 groups competing in division one on the race.
The Wolves had 4 runners end within the high 5 with Favazza main the way in which to first place on the time of 15:29.
Nathan Sesti completed in second place, 16:19, and his brother Andrew carefully adopted taking third place ten seconds later. Collis completed in fifth place, 16:38.
Taverna was the fifth runner for Clarkston, with a 19th place end, 17:24.
The highest 5 groups additionally included Stoney Creek in second place, 46; Port Huron Northern, third, 95; Utica, fourth, 111; and Warren DeLaSalle, fifth, 130.
The ladies completed in first place with a rating of 52 out of 16 groups in division one.
Patria led the race, ending in first place on the time of 19:15. The highest 5 runners for Clarkston additionally included Drennan in fourth place, 20:14; Wilhelm, fifth, 20:38;Montigano, 16th, 21:48; and Cotter, 26th, 22:16.
The highest 5 groups additionally included Rochester in second place, 59; Stoney Creek, third, 86; Sterling Heights Stevenson, fourth, 119; and Utica, fifth, 120.
The boys varsity staff completed in third place through the OAA Purple Jamboree No. 2 at Lake Orion with 72 factors, Sept. 24.
Andrew Sesti led the pack, ending in fifth place on the time of 17:11.eight. The highest 5 placers for Clarkston additionally included Collis in sixth place at 17:14.5; Taverna, 11th, 17:41.6; Kolean, 21st, 18:00.5; and Brock, 33rd, 18:26.1.
Rochester Adams completed in first place with 32 factors; Lake Orion, second, 48; Oxford, third, 80; Troy, fifth, 138; and Birmingham Seaholm, sixth, 155.
The boys JV staff additionally completed in third place, scoring 99 factors. The highest 5 finishers had been senior Invoice Osmun in 16th place on the time of 19:00.eight; senior Doug Olson, 21st, 19:16.9; sophomore Nolan Puffer, 24th, 19:27; sophomore Drew Kuczera, 27th, 19:32.2; and freshman Henry Poploskie, 43rd, 20:07.6.
Lake Orion completed in first place with 15 factors; Rochester Adams, second, 44; Oxford, fourth, 116; Troy, fifth, 118; and Seaholm, sixth, 162.
The ladies varsity staff completed the OAA Purple Jamboree No. 2 in second place with 60 factors at Lake Orion, Sept. 24.
Patria led the pack as she completed in second place, 19:31.eight. Drennan was shut behind in third place, 20:25.three. The highest 5 runners additionally included Wilhelm in eighth place, 20:59.four; Puskar, 23rd, 22:09.four; and Montigano, 24th, 22:09.6.
Troy completed in first place with 54 factors; Rochester Adams, third, 69; Oxford, fourth, 92; Lake Orion, fifth, 101; and Birmingham Seaholm, sixth, 127.
The JV staff completed in sixth place with 167 factors. The highest 5 runners had been sophomore Crysta Gasiorowski in 32nd place, 24:53.four; freshman Maya Brown, 40th, 25:13.6; freshman Brooke Hodgins, 41st, 25:15.6; junior Kelsey Roth, 55th, 25:44.four; and senior Jennifer Starnes, 75th, 26:42.6.
The Wolves compete within the Oxford Invitational at Oxford Golf Course, 300 East Drahner Street, on Friday. JV Ladies begin at four:15 p.m.
They host the OAA Purple Championship at Clintonwood Park on October 17.