MileSplit XC Super 50 Individuals (6th release)

By Aaron Rich and Margot Kelly

 

Girls Rankings

 

 

Mt. SAC was this past weekend and Sarah Baxter (Simi Valley CA) proved herself in a big way, entering the rankings at #12 after winning the Team Sweeps race with a time of 16:59, the fastest on the day.  Erin Finn (West Bloomfield MI) ran an impressive 17:43 to win by a huge margin at her league meet.  Kelsey Braithwaite (Box Elder UT) moved up to #17 after winning a state title and breaking a 12 year old record with a time of 17:36.4.  Full updates on each athletes recent accomplishments are below.  Mary Cain (Bronxville NY) moved to #19 with her top-10 all-time finish at Bowdoin Park with a 18:05.96 clocking.  And Abbey Leonardi (Kennebunk ME) ran 18:05.59 to set the course record at her Regional meet despite muddy conditions, moving up one spot to #9.  Be sure to click on each athletes name to see times, articles, photos and interviews of each athlete if available.

 

 

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Current Rank Athlete Name State Weekly results
1

Julie Macedo

DE

Idle

2

Molly Seidel

WI

Idle

3 Carrie Verdon CA

Idle

4

Grace Tinkey

GA

Idle

5

Jillian Fanning

NY

Idle

6 Erin Finn MI Dominated the league meet with a time of 17:34 to win the girls Varsity race by 1:43.
7 Wesley Frazier NC

 

Idle

8

Haley Pierce

DE

Idle

9 Abbey Leonardi ME Won the Western Main Class A Regions in 18:05.59 over the muddy 5K course to set the course record.
10

Amy-Eloise Neale

WA

Won the 5K Wesco/Cascade Conference in 17:47.28.

11 Katie Knight WA

Won the GSL District 5K in 18:32.

12

Sarah Baxter

CA

Won Mt. SAC team sweeps race in 16:59, the fastest time of the day.

13

Maddie Meyers

WA Won the Emerald League 5K Championships in 18:07.10 with a 47 second lead over 2nd place.
14 Megan Lacy NJ

Won the Olympic Conference Champs 5k with a time of 17:45.

15 Jordyn Colter CO

Won the Colorado Region 5A 2 5K with a time of 18:02.

16

Karlie Garcia

CA

Won the Mt. Sac Division 3 Sweeps with a time of 17:01 over the 3 mile hilly course - the second fastest time of the meet.

17 Kelsey Braithwaite UT

Won the UT 4A state title with a state meet course record time of 17:36.4, breaking a 12 year old record.

18

Kendra Weitz

WA

Finished 2nd to Katie Knight in the GSL District with a time of 18:58.

19

Mary Cain

NY

Won the Section 1 Coaches Invite in 18:02.96 over the 5K course.

20

Kaylee Flanagan

IL

 

Won her regional meet in 17:00.40

21 Samantha Nightingale MO

Idle

22 Brianna Nerud NY

Idle

23 Angel Piccirillo PT Idle
24 Amanda Fox IL Won the 3A West Chicago Regional with a time of 17:07.20 over the 3 mile course 58 seconds faster than 2nd place

25

Alana Hadley NC

Idle

Watch list: Cami Chapus (CA), Caroline Kellner (NJ); Heather Martin (NY); Emily Nist (ID); Catarina Rocha (MA); Sara Sargent (PA); Brooke Wolfe (IL); Anna Maxwell (CA); Amy Weissenbach (CA); Clare Carrol (CA); Samantha Nadel (NY); Erin Hooker CO); Hannah Meier (MI);  Rolonda Jumbo (AZ); Allie Ostrander (AK); Shelby Davidson (FL); Emma Abrahamson (CA); Kelly Lawson (CA); Laura Leff (NY); Kelsey Margey (NY); Darby Middlebrook (NC); Madi McLellan (TX); Hagen Reedy (CA); Xochi Navarette (CA); Jordan McPhee (WA); Eliza Decker (NC); Megan Fristoe (OR); Christie Rutledge (NY); Lily Williams (FL); Cali Roper (TX); Maggie Montoya (TX); Rachael Sollman (IN); Bridget Blake (FL); Julie Wollrath (FL); Karis Frankian (CA); Tori Gerlach (PA); Meghan McGovern (PA); Maria Hauger (MN); Sophie Chase (VA); Julia Bos (MI); Sarah Fakler (AZ)

 

 

 

Boys Rankings

 

 

US#2 Futsum Zeinasellassie (North Central IN) won his 3rd straight IN semi-state title with a clocking of 15:06.90.  Jake Leingang (Bismarck ND) set history by leading Bismarck to their 7th straight state title with a time of 14:59.80, moving to the #3 spot.  Darren Fahy (La Costa Canyon CA) moved to #4 with his impressive 14:41 clocking in the heat, winning the Team Sweeps race.  Thomas Graham (Cary Academy NC) blasted a 15:07 to win his conference meet by 1:01.  Tony Smoragiewicz (Rapid City Central SD) won his 2nd straight AA state title with a time of 15:24.84, jumping into the rankings at #10.  Full updates on each athletes recent accomplishments are below.  Be sure to click on each athletes name to see times, articles, photos and interviews of each athlete if available.  

 

 


 

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Current Rank Athlete Name State Weekly results
1 Edward Cheserek NJ Idle
2 Futsum Zeinasellassie IN

Won the Carmel Semi-State 5K in 15:06.90

3

Jake Leingang

ND

Won the North Dakota State Championships 5K race in a blistering 14:59.80.

4

Darren Fahy

CA

Won the Mt. Carmel Invitational with a time of 14:41 over the 3 mile hilly course.

5

Anthony Armstrong

WA

Idle

6 Andrew Gardner WA Idle
7 Jacob Burcham WV

Idle

8 Daniel Vertiz TX

Idle

9 Thomas Graham NC

Won the TISAC Conference Meet with a time of 15:07 over the 5K course.

10

Tony Smoragiewicz

SD

Won 2nd straight Class AA title with a time of 15:24.84.

11

CJ Albertson

CA

Idle

12 Brock Baker TN Idle
13 Daniel Moore FL

Idle

14

Dallin Farnsworth

ID

Idle

15

Josh Brickell

GA

Ran a workot with his team at the Carrollton Last Chance Invite.

16

Nathan Weitz

WA

Won the GSL District 5K in 15:40.

17

Jacob Morgan

KS

Ran a time of 15:26.64 over the 5K course at the 6A Manhattan Regional.

18

Luis Luna

CA Won the Yoshaany Rahm Invite in 16:25 over the 5K course.
19 Danny Carney CO

Won the Colorado 5A Region 2 5K Championships in 15:45.

20 Danny Martinez CA

Won his race at Mt. SAC on Friday with a quick 14:44, which held up for the 2nd fastest time of the day.

21 Tim Ball NJ Idle
22 MacKenzie Morrison UT Won the UT state championships with a time of 15:22.4.
23 Brad Nye UT

Runner-up at the UT state champs with a time of 15:23.1

24 Nick Hartle NV Won the Santa Clarita Valley Invite with a quick time of 15:00.9.
25

Connor Rog

Sean McGorty

CT

VA

Won his 2nd straight Southern Connecticut Conference, finishing in 15:59.39 for 5K

Idle

 

Watch list: Michael Clevenger (IL); Christian Delgado (NY); Jonah Diaz (CA); Kevin Durham (CA); Silvester Harrison (TX); Christopher Kelsey (IN); Daniel Martinez (CA); Nick Ryan (NY); Jacob Thomson (KY); Korey Krotzer (WA) Sergio Gonzalez (CA); Ahmed Bile (VA);  Sam Hibbs (PA); Zach Herriott (MO); Luke Brahm (IN); Carl Smith (IN); Kevin Hoyos (TX); Tseyahye Hiluf (OH); Elliot Clemente (FL); Clayton Young (UT); Jason Crist (IN); Luke Brahm (IN); Jacob Smith (WA); Dustin Wilson (PA); Travis Neuman (OR); Santo Vargas (WA); Mike Marsella (RI); Andres Arroyo (FL); Cale Wallace (TX); Russ Sandvold (WI); Dan Magaha (PA); Clayton Young (UT); Bernie Montoya (AZ)

 

 

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  • bobjaz / 3 Years Ago
    With the exception of injury (Sarah Baxter) are there a minimum number of races required in order to be considered for the top 25 ?