Ferguson leads Whitehall sweep

P J Ferguson led the Whitehall boys cross country team to its first sweep of the season during a dual meet on Oct. 4 in Johnsburg.

Whitehall defeated Johnsburg 15-50 and Hadley Luzerne 20-36.

Ferguson set a new course record, covering the three mile course in 18:43, breaking the mark set last year by Johnsburg’s Matt Hayden, who finished in second place, nearly two minutes behind Ferguson.

The win was Fergusons third in four meets. He finished in second in his only other race.

Toran Tracy finished in fourth place with a time of 21:01, Tyler Perry finished sixth with a time of 21:35 and Julian Barber came in ninth at 23:08.

Taryn Tracy continued a strong season for the girls finishing in second place with a time of 26:05. Vicky Koeble was third, completing the course with a time of 26:40.

The cross country team will compete in the Burnt Hill Invitational at Saratoga Spa Park at 9 a.m. this Saturday before hosting a home meet against North Warren and Hadley Luzerne on Oct. 18 at the Valley View Golf Course.

 

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