Girls Varsity Cross Country
Game Summaries & Headlines.
After a fantastic day of racing on Saturday, The Revere High School Girls Cross Country Team returns from Fortress Obetz as the 5th fastest team in the state of Ohio. This positions them as the highest placing team in school history! All seven girls ran under 21 minutes and achieved their seasons' best times! Megan Diulus led the way with a 20 second personal best time. This earned her the 2nd fastest time in school history, a 27th place finish at the meet, and All-Ohio honors. Ellie Meech ran under 20 minutes for the first time this season by dropping 18 seconds from her season best time while Aleni Bender ran an excellent race to improve her time from last year at this meet by nearly 30 seconds! Katie Kinder ran over two minutes faster than the previous week to earn another PR and finish her first cross country season as the 12th fastest runner in school history! Laura Wagner improved her best time by nearly 35 seconds to finish as the team's 5th runner while breaking 21 minutes for the first time, and Morgan Dobos ran over 20 seconds better than her previous PR to close out her second competition at a state tournament this fall in a great way! Freshman Charlotte Keenan PR'd by 30 seconds to break 21 minutes for the first time and end an impressive 1st year of high school cross country. The team's 5th place State Meet finish is the final highlight of a season that also included, A Regional Runner-up trophy, the Suburban League Runner-up, and a championship at the Avon Lake Early Bird Invitational. Congratulations girls on an excellent cross country season!