South Bend Adams Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Cross Country Sets Personal Bests at New Haven Classic

The cross country team traveled to Fort Wayne to compete in the New Haven Classic on Saturday. With their performances at the meet, a majority of the Eagles set new personal bests as a result of the meet. All of the girls ran in the same race today, competing in the AAA (Large School) Division.

Cross Country Runs at New Prairie Invitational

The cross country team competed in one of the oldest and prestigious cross country invitationals on one of the top cross country course in the country on Saturday. Because of the set up of the meet the Adams runners were split into several different races. Starting things off for the Eagles at the meet were

Cross Country Represents St Joe County at County Clash

In a uniquely scored event, the cross country team competed Saturday at the Elkhart/St Joe County Clash. Besides the traditional competition against the other 16 teams, the two neighboring counties compete against one another. On the girls side it was a close race but St Joe County edged out Elkhart County with a score of

Boys Cross Country Caston Invitational Runner Ups

Running their second meet in three days, the boys cross country team came out prepared to fight for a team championship. Improving their times from the previous weeks, the team came up just short of winning but finished as the Caston Invitational runner up. Will Neubauer was the top finisher again for the Eagles, finishing

Boys Cross Country Finishes 3rd at City Meet

The boys cross country team finished 3rd in the South Bend City Meet Thursday evening, running at Erskine Golf Course. The team finished with a total of 63 points. The top finisher for the Eagles was Sophomore Will Neubauer who finished in 5th, helping to break up a strong pack from SB Riley. Neubauer finished

Cross Country Competes at Penn CC Invitational

The rain subsided just in time for the boys and girls cross country teams to run at the Penn Invitational at Elm Road School in Mishawaka. Each team was allowed 10 in the In the girls varsity race Junior Maddie Mischak finished in the top 20 in a highly competitive race that featured several of