East wins Birdcage Battle cross-country meet over West

AnchorageSeptember 3, 2013 

Led by individual victories from John Farr and Megan Fink, the East cross-country running team reclaimed the traveling trophy in the Birdcage Battle at Russian Jack, an annual dual meet between East and West. 

The East girls came through with a big race, beating West 20-35 to overcome the East boys losing to West 25-34. East came out on top in the combined score with a 54-60 win. 

 Farr finished the hilly 3-kilometer course in 10 minutes, 7.3 seconds, with Fink winning the girls race in 12:04.7.  

 

Girls

East 20, West 35

1) Megan Fink, East, 12:04.7, 2) Grace Graham, E, 12:15.7, 3) Acadia Graham, E, 12:21.3, 4) Karina Zyatitsky, West, 12:55.2, 5) Madeline Burgess, W, 13:09.7, 6) Ana Jager, E, 13:12.7, 7) Greta Pickett, W, 13:13.3, 8) Emily Biering, E, 13:17.2, 9) Katja Grumman, W, 13:19.2, 10) Erin Sivitz, W, 13:19.9, 11) Jian Evans, W, 13:21.1, 12) Kendall Stevens, W, 13:22.3, 13) Morgan Kuiper, 13:26.4, 14) Elizabeth Manns, W, 13:38.4, 15) Victoria Lopez, W, 13:41.0, 16) Madeline Keegan, W, 13:45.9, 17) Mary Burr, E, 13:46.7, 18) Megan Neale, E, 13:49.8, 19) Mailian McNicholas, W, 14:14.5, 20) Allison Gonzales, E, 14:55.3.

 

Boys

West 25, East 34

1) John Farr, East, 10:07.3, 2) Thomas O’Harra, E, 10:18.5, 3) Austin Bailly, W, 10:41.8, 4) Willy Hall, W, 10:47.6, 5) Jack Martin, W, 10:47.9, 6) Greyson Adams, W, 10:50.8, 7) Birnbaum Foster, W, 10:51.7, 8) Peter DeStefano, E, 10:52.6, 9) Curtis Sicks, W, 10:59.1, 10) Joaquin Monterrosa, W, 11:00.1, 11) Ben Mildon, W, 11:04.5, 12) Paul Matyas, 11:06.4, 13) Charles Chard, E, 11:07.8, 14) Isaiah Mayac, E, 11:13.5, 15) Zack Montoya, E, 11:16.6, 16) Tate Miles, W, 11:20.3, 17) Aden Haywood, E, 11:23.8, 18) Landon Way, W, 11:37.4, 19) Parker Everett, E, 11:38.7, 20) Jacob Stepetin, W, 11:43.8, 21) Zachary Hoy, W, 11:45.7.

 

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