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TFree1820

Cross Country 2009

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If it comes down to that, my money's on Murph as well.

 

2 of the best runners in AAA may not be out there: Ferowich and Stover. As I understand it, both are playing soccer.

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It'll probably come down to Bryan McKeen or Ian Murphy in AAA, my money's on Murph winning with a kick.

 

 

 

I've never even heard of them, and I highly doubt they can run with Rainey or McKelvey...I'm going to have to pick Rainey with the upset though

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what about A/AA any teamor indivual predictions for them?

 

 

 

Since the three teams that represented the boys from Region 3 last year are all moving to Region 4 (CCS, Notre Dame, and Signal Mountain) as well as Sequatchie County (Dylan Harper) I think it will be wide open, and much watered down. I guess Collegedale can just continue their streak and go for a 4-peat.

 

Claire Turner will obviously be the girls fav as Red Bank drops to A/AA.

 

East Hamilton will be the wild card, no teilling who will show up under this new program. This first year school has the potential to be a big impact like SM last year.

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and how do you think some teams will fare now that theyve lost many like david lipscomb or macon or any school thats lost their big runners

 

 

MLK Boys have a very good chance to get the boys title. They have all but one returning, and one of their strong runners was out with an injury for most of last year.

 

Any predictions for D-II?

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I've never even heard of them, and I highly doubt they can run with Rainey or McKelvey

 

 

Wrong

 

Maybe I'm seeing something wrong, but here are track and xc PR's for each according to milesplit

 

Rainey- 1600m- 4:17.48, 2 mile- 9:21, 5k- 15:34.

McKelvey- 1 mile- 4:17.54, 3200m- 9:07, 5k- 15:10.

 

McKeen- 1600m-4:40, 3200m- 10:05, 5k- 16:31.

Murphy- 1600m- 5:01, 3200m- 10:31.4, 5k- 17:14.8

 

Maybe the 5k times might be on easier or harder courses, so the times differ, but the track times explain it all...Maybe I'm missing something completely, but McKeen and Murphy won't touch Rainey or McKelvey

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