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Oct 19 2018 - NBIAA Provincial Champs Recap

It was a cool 4°C for cross country running in Moncton, as Bernice MacNaughton hosted the 2018 NBIAA Provincial Cross Country Championships. Despite the cold temperatures, athletes ran exceptionally well and put on some great races for the spectators.

In Jr. Girls 4km action, Erin Vringer of Saint John High School saw the finish line first with a time of 15:02.40, followed by Emily Doucet of M-F Richard, and Madeleine Mcleod of École Sainte-Anne. Vringer led SJHS to a team victory with 43 points alongside teammates Maia Grant (10th), Ella Rocca (14th), Claire Oliver (18th), and Abigail McKinley (21st).

Jr. Boys saw François Richard of École Mathieu-Martin cross the line first in a time of 14:12.40, followed by Kennebecassis Valley High School’s Cameron Harris, and École Mathieu-Martin’s Andon Morneault. Richard and Morneault helped Mathieu-Martin take the team title with a score of 31, alongside teammates Frédéric Parent (7th), Samuel Beaupré (20th), and Nicholas Frenette (47th).

Fredericton High School dominated in the Senior Girls 6km, taking all 4 top spots. Danielle Keefe took home first in a time of 25:40.90, while Sisters Emily and Hannah Trites took home second and third respectively. Fredericton High swept the podium, helping them claim the Senior Girls banner with 10 points alongside teammates Frances Wright (4th), Emily Haynes-MacDonald (7th) and Mackenzie Hall (15th).

In the Senior Boys 6km, Tristan Morneault of École Mathieu-Martin took the gold in a time of 23:42.00, followed by Mitchell Kean of Leo Hayes High School, and Julien Thibodeau of École Secondaire Népisiguit. École Secondaire Népisiguit took home the team title with 48 points with help from teammates Samuel Jean (10th), Jonathan Roy (15th), Cédric Haché (20th), Xavier Violette (42nd) and Dominic Robichaud (54th).

"This year's NBIAA Cross Country Championships proved to be both exciting and challenging” said Gabriel LeBlanc, Executive Director of Athletics New Brunswick. “Congratulations to all athletes who participated and we hope to see you again next year!”

Full results can be found here:

Oct 17 2018 - NBIAA Provinicial's set for Moncton

Bernice MacNaughton High School will host the 2018 NBIAA Cross Country Championships in Moncton on Friday, October 19th. This is sure to be an exciting day of races with many up-and-coming runners competing for top notches in the NBIAA rankings. Some of the following athletes and teams are who to keep an eye on:

Jr. Girls 4km action will see a tough competition between Erin Vringer of Saint John High School and Emily Doucet of M-F Richard, who both clocked in a time of 16:06 in their respective regional competitions last weekend. Hannah Lipton Levyssohn of MacNaughton and Shelby MacIsaac of Riverview will also play an important role in the race. Team titles will see SJHS and Mathieu-Martin neck and neck for the accolades.

Jr. Boys action will also be an exciting race between Mathieu-Martin’s François Richard, École L’Odyssée’s Cassidy Balfour, and Mathieu-Martin’s Andon Morneau, who all go into provincials with a regional seed time of sub-15 minutes in the 4km.

Mathieu-Martin and Fredericton High both have strong Senior Girl’s teams with Isabella Lemaire, Leila Cartier, Elisabeth Vigneau, and Catherine Thériault in top seeds for Mathieu-Martin, and Danielle Keefe, Mackenzie Hall, Hannah Trites, and Emily Trites who all took top spots at last weekend’s South West Regionals. It will be a close race for the NBIAA title in this category.

Senior Boys action will see Tristan Morneault of Mathieu-Martin, Julien Thibodeau of Nepisiguit and Nick Fletcher of MacNaughton battle it out for the senior boys 6km title. In team scores, Nepisiquit and Hampton High will duke it out for the number one spot.

If you’re in the Moncton area on Friday, be sure to check out some sure-to-be exciting races by the next generation of cross country runners! Races begin promptly at 12:00pm with the Jr. Girls 4km.

Oct 15 2018 - Youth Cross Country Provincials Recap

This past weekend we held our second annual provincial Youth Cross Country Championships in Moncton. There were over 300 kids aged 13 and under who participated on Saturday.

In the 5 and under category the girl's 500m run saw Eve Landry finish first, second was Ella Leblanc and third was Eva Boone. On the 5 and under boys side, Xavier Landry was first, second was Lucas Jaillet-MacDonald, third was Jackson Mason.

In the 6 and 7 year old category, running the 800m on the girl's side first was Addyson Maccurdy, second was Jeanne Filion-Landry and third was Lily Lavallee. On the boys side Simon Babin was the winner, second was Noah Mazerolle, third was Yannick Boucher.

In the 8 and 9 year old 1000m category Kate Doran was the victor, second was Madeleine Colpitts, third was Sophie Hill. The winning team was St. Stephen Elementary with 181 points! For the boys, Hudson Sisk was first, Matteo Leblanc was second, third was Alexandre Caissie.

The 10 and 11 year old girls 1500m winner was Felicia Mortimer, second was Abby Manson, third was Anna Titus. On the boys side, Caden Wolverton was first, second was Nicolas Gleixner, and third was Dawson Lambert.

In the 12 and 13 year old 2000m category on the girl's side the winner was Marin Macpherson, second was teammate Zoe Fullerton and third was Avery Hamilton. On the boys side Brandon Kenny was first, Connor Leslie was second and Brayden Baird was third.

Results can be found here:

Congratulations to everybody for participating, it was a great day and we hope to see everyone again next year!

Register now for the NB Middle School Championships in Grandbay-Westfield on October 21st and the Atlantic Cross Country Championships being held in Fredericton on October 27th!


NB Middle School Championships:

Atlantic XC Championships:       

2018-10-19 - NBIAA Provincial Champs Recap
2018-10-17 - NBIAA Provinicial's set for Moncton
2018-10-15 - Youth Cross Country Provincials Recap
2018-10-07 - Shelley Doucet Breaks 2:40 Barrier in Chicago, Breaks NB Marathon Record
2018-09-08 - Women’s Running Summit

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