Top runners fare well at large meet

PJ Ferguson and Taryn Tracy paced Whitehall’s cross country team at the Greenwich Invitational, held last Friday in Saratoga.

Ferguson finished 22nd in a field featuring nearly 200 runners. He covered the course in 17:26.4, a pace of 5:37 per mile.

Jesse Colomb was Whitehall’s second runner to cross the finish line in a time of 21:30.4, good enough for 139th.

Dylon Woodford (22:52), Noah Ramey (24:41) and Cory Fitzpatrick (26:49) all completed the course for Whitehall, which finished 18th out of 18 teams.

Tracy finished in a time of 24:10.5, good enough for 79th out of 137 runners.

Haley Wiskoski (28:31), Emily St. Germain (28:52), Victoria Davis (29:01) and Mary Beebe (29:17) all finished within a minute and six places of each other.

Whitehall will compete in the Adirondack League Championship in Queensbury today at 3 p.m. and the Section II Championships in Saratoga next Friday, Nov. 1.

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