Strong local representation at New Englands

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Brunswick’s Kathleen McMahon was the top local finisher at Saturday’s New England cross country championships in Thetford, Vt.

McMahon completed the 5-kilometer course in 20 minutes, 25 seconds to come in 22nd among girls’ finishers. Mt. Ararat’s Emilia McGrath (57th, 21:16.9), Emma Wood (73rd, 21:31.8), Brunswick’s Teresa Murphy (119th, 22:11.8), Mt. Ararat’s Kate Spies (120th, 22:12), Lauren McNett (127th, 22:14.4), Emmie Cox (145th, 22:27.7), Chloe Emerson (203rd, 23:35) and Morgan Martin (246th, 24:59.9) also took part.

The Eagles finished 12th out of 30 scoring teams and were second to Class A champion Cheverus among Maine entries.

On the boys’ side, Mt. Ararat’s Andy Reifman-Packett was 42nd (17:40.5). Nick Parsons placed 163rd (18:59.7). Jake Letourneau finished 189th (19:12.2), Peter Burtt was 194th (19:16.6). Nick Demonstehenes came in 212th (19:30.2). Alex Spies finished 253rd (20:35.5) and Nathan McKenzie placed 255th (20:38.4).

The Eagles were 23rd out of 30 teams and had the third best finish out of teams from Maine.

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Brunswick’s Kathleen McMahon was 22nd at last weekend’s New England championships.

Mt. Ararat’s Andy Reifman-Packett had a strong showing at New Englands last weekend in Vermont.

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