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RL XC wins 2017 NEPSTA Division II Title


RL’s varsity cross country team capped a perfect season as NEPSTA Division II Champions at the meet hosted by the Berkshire School in Sheffield on Saturday, 11 November. Prior to the meet, the varsity team had completed a 16-0 dual-meet season and won its first ever ISL championship. The JV team entered its final race with a 14-2 dual-meet record and a 1st-place finish at the ISL Championships. (See select photos by John Werner here.)
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Photo by John Werner
2017 Roxbury Latin Cross Country Caps Undefeated Season as ISL champions


On Friday, 3 November, RL’s cross country team earned the title of league champion after competing against 15 other schools in the Independent School League Cross Country Championships, hosted by Lawrence Academy. The varsity team entered the race with a season record of 16-0, having completed its first undefeated dual-meet season since 1999.
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“Race of Champions” - St. Mark’s Shines at New England All-Star Race in Southborough


St. Mark’s hosted the New England Prep School Track Association All-Star Race (the “Race of Champions”) for both boys and girls this past Saturday. The weather was perfect, and the course was in great shape. This race invites the top finishers from each of the four divisional championships and allows the “best of the best” to compete: these are the All-New England All-Stars for girls and boys in prep school competition.
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Captains Harrison Chapman and Eric Danielsen with the 2013 ISL Championship plaque and trophy at All School Meeting this week
St. Mark's Wins 2013 ISL Championship


This past Friday, a solid St. Mark’s Boys’ Varsity Cross Country team upset defending champion Middlesex to win the 2013 ISL Cross Country title.

The St. Mark’s team had a strong 13-2 record on the regular season, but their losses came against Middlesex and Roxbury Latin, and both those schools were favored over the Lions. Indeed, a Middlesex runner finished first in the championship race, while a Roxbury Latin runner finished second. But St. Mark’s captains Sean McLaughlin and Eric Danielsen came third and fifth, while Liam Monheim ’16 placed sixth. A succession of Lion harriers followed, giving St. Mark’s its second ISL title in three years.
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