Lancer Harriers Enjoy Great Success on the Course at Timberlane High

The 2.5-mile Timberlane Regional High School cross-country course in Plaistow was evidently all kinds of welcoming to the Londonderry High School boys’ and girls’ teams, which both closed out their 2017 regular meet schedules with great success there last Tuesday, Sept. 26.

The Lancer males tallied a low team score of 22 to easily vanquish the host Timberlane Owls (42) and the Spaulding High Red Raiders of Rochester (76). And the LHS girls’ tallied the winning score of 23 to best Spaulding (40) and Timberlane (67) quite handily as well.

In the boys’ race, the Lancers had Nathan Seeley finish a strong second individually in a time of 14 minutes and 13 seconds, with Matt Griffin third (14:18) and Will Heenan fourth (14:21).

In the girls’ event, Londonderry’s battle-tested senior standout Kalin Gregoire finished first (16:17) with Caitlin Boufford 20 seconds behind her in second and Alex Seeley fifth overall in 17:51.

The LHS cross-country contingents have plenty of practice time with he next event not occurring until later in the month at the of the Junior Varsity State Meet on the 20th, the annual Catholic Memorial (Massachusetts) Invitational on the 21st, and the always-exciting Division I state meet on the 28th.

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