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By Grave Vomacka ’20 – September 15 2019

This past week has been a great week to be a friar! Our team has braved the elements, conquered tough workouts, and crushed Friday’s color day theme, all culminating in a fantastic race on Saturday morning. Despite the intense heat in the beginning of the week, the team persevered through practice each day with no …

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By Emma Salzman ’22 – September 9, 2019

I can’t believe our first meet is already complete. Everyone did an amazing job and we even had a few PRs.  Shoutout to Bella for getting top 10 in the frosh/soph race that is such an accomplishment. This team truly has come a long way from the first week of summer running camp. At first …

By Camille Nourie ’22 – September 4, 2019

Hey Friars! Thank you all for taking the time to read our weekly blog! We have such an amazing community full of endless team pride and support. It’s really something amazing that I’d like to talk about this week. First off, congratulations to everyone at Black and White! And when I say everyone, I mean …

By Delaney Seligmann ’21 – August 25, 2019

First things first. Thank you for reading this and for being a part of this team. I can’t explain just how excited I am for this season. I never thought I would ever be the one to say I am pumped to run KLM. ( For anyone new to XC this is the first course …

By Alyssa Ruiz ’20 – August 19, 2019

I’d like to start off by saying thank you to anyone reading this, because if you are, that means you are one of the many reasons I joined and never quit cross country. Joining this sport my junior year was one of the most impulsive decisions I’ve ever made. I emailed Roche the night before …

By Maggie O’Malley ’21 – August 2, 2019

Going into freshman year, I was sure that I was not going to do cross country. Running did not come naturally to me and I didn’t enjoy it nearly as much as I do now. I did the summer running camp going into freshman year and ended up liking it more than I thought I …