Middle School State Championship (October 20th, 2018)

The RMS Boys were crowned TEAM CHAMPIONS in the 2018 New Hampshire Middle School Cross Country Running State Championship held at Londonderry High School on October 20th! The boys’ highest finisher was Quinton Pincoske (2nd overall) followed by Will Chorlian (7th), Liam Gleason (13th), Read Merrill (18th), Griffin Norwalt (20th), Jacob Ryder (21st), and Wesley Desantis-Thompson (31st) out of 104 runners. The boys won by a margin of 52! Rundeltt had 56 points followed by Keene (108 pts) and McGlaughlin (110 pts).

The RMS Girls finish a strong 3rd as a team! The girls’ highest finisher was Molly Nyhan (10th overall) followed by Alina Pincoske (13th), Chloe Gudas (16th), Grace McHugh (33rd), Alexis Christie (51st), Caroline Quirk (57th), and Nydia Lane (60th). They finished just behind Woodbury (79 points), Hillside (108 pts), and then Rundlett (118 pts).

Both Rundlett Programs finished top 3 in both boys & girls, STATES BEST DIVISION I combined TEAM finish!

Other Individual Highlights:

In the girls 6th Grade Race Ellas Goulas (9th) and Parker Steinberg (10th) finished in the top ten overall. Just shy was Sophie Skafidas (14th) and Malia Moffett (20th) both finished in the top 20 overall. In the boys 6th Grade Race Tyler Fennelly (2nd) had an impressive runner up finish followed by Rowan Arndt (5th) and Micah Burdette (11th), and Trevor Craigue (20th) in the top 20 overall.

In the girls 7th Grade Race Morgan Doherty (20th) finished in the top 20 overall, on the other side Another Lombardi (5th) was our solo boy finisher inside the top 20.

In the girls 8th Grade Race Olivia Lewis-Zanis (7th) finshed in the top ten overall. Followed by Greta Norton(16th) and Olivia DeAngelis (17th) inside the top 20. In the boys 8th Grade Race Jacob Gurtner (2nd) and Joey Tarbell (3rd) both finished in the top 3 overall.

Great job by all! What an AWESOME season!

Season Recap:

Capital Area Invitational TEAM CHAMPIONS (Boys)
Capital Area Invitational TEAM Runner Up (Girls)
Manchester Invitational TEAM Runner Up (Boys)
Milford Mid-Season Invitational TEAM CHAMPIONS (Boys)
Milford Mid-Season Invitational TEAM Runner Up (Girls)
Tri-County Championship RUNNER UP (Girls)
Tri-County Championship TEAM CHAMPIONS (Boys
NH Division I Middle School Championship CHAMPIONS (Boys)
NH Division I Middle School Championship 3rd place finish (Girls)

 

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Tri-County Championship (October 13th, 2018) Boys & Girls TEAM TOP 2!

HEADLINE: RMS Boys and Girls both finish top 2 as a team!

Recap:

The RMS Boys were crowned TEAM CHAMPIONS! The boys’ highest finisher was Quinton Pincoske (2nd) followed by Liam Gleason (3rd), William Chorlian (4th), Read Merrill (12th), and Wesley Thompson (13th). Boys A Team Results

The RMS Girls placed 2nd as a team! The girls’ highest finisher was Molly Nyhan (3rd) followed by Alina Pincoske (6th), Grace McHugh (14th), Chloe Gudas (17th), and Nydia Lane (28th). Girls A Team Results

Other Individual Highlights:

In the girls 6th Grade Race Sophie Skafidas (7th) and Claire Brown (9th) both finished in the top 10 overall. Just outside top 10 were Parker Steinberg (11th), Phoebe Dater-Roberts (15th), and Margret Kennedy (17th) whom all finished in the top 20 overall.

In the boys 6th Grade Race Tyler Fennelly (2nd) had an impressive runner up finish followed by Rowan Arndt (12th) and Micah Burdette (17th) in the top 20 overall.

In the girls 7th/8th Grade Race Olivia Lewis-Zanis (7th) and Greta Norton (9th) finished in the top 10 overall.

In the boys 7th/8th Grade Race Jacob Gurtner (9th) also finished in the top 10 overall.

All Results HERE

2018 Milford Mid-Season Invitational

Recap:
The RMS Boys were crowned TEAM CHAMPIONS out of 15 teams! The boys’ highest finisher was Quinton Pincoske (5th) followed by Liam Gleason (8th), William Chorlian (10th), Griffin Norwalt (15th), and Read Merrill (17th). Boys A Team Results

The RMS Girls placed 2nd as a team out of 15 teams! The girls’ highest finisher was Molly Nyhan (2nd) followed by Alexis Christie (12th), Grace McHugh (13th), Alina Pincoske (19th), and Caroline Quirk (21st). Girls A Team Results

FUN FACT: Both Boys & Girls B teams won the B races as a TEAM!

2018 Manchester Middle School Invitational

Recap:
The RMS Boys placed 2nd as a team out of 26 teams! The boys’ highest finisher was Quinton Pincoske (5th) followed by Liam Gleason (15th), William Chorlian (16th), Read Merrill (34th), and Griffin Norwalt (37th).

The RMS Girls placed 4th as a team out of 26 teams! The girls’ highest finisher was Molly Nyhan (8th) followed by Alexis Christie (17th), Grace McHugh (25th), Alina Pincoske (50th), and Caroline Quirk (52nd).

2017 New Hampshire Middle School Championship (October 21st)

Highlights from race day! Boys “A” team took 4th place overall, and our Girls “A” team finished 5th place as a team. In the girls non-scoring races Sarah Jenness (5th overall; 8th Grade), Nydia Lane (6th overall; 7th Grade), and Greta Norton (7th overall; 7th Grade) all finished in the top 10 in their respective races. In the boys non-scoring races Read Merrill (7th overall; 7th Grade) and Liam Gleason (8th overall; 7th Grade) also finished in the top 10 in their respective race. Great day, effort, and season by all!

A full list of results can be here:

2017 Milford Invitational (September 30th)

Highlights from race day! Our boys and girls “A” ran as a pack and both took home 3rd place team trophies. In the boys race Matthew Lavoie finished 9th overall. In the girls race Abigail Goulas (8th) and Molly Nyhan (9th) both finished in the top 10 overall. In the girls “B” race Sarah Jenness (9th) and Hannah Golden (10th) both had great finishes putting them in the top 10.

Full list of results can be found HERE.

2017 Manchester Invitational (September 21st, 2017)

Highlights from race day! On the girls side Abigail Goulas came in 17th overall and received a medal for her accomplishment. On the boys side we had two runners in the top 20 overall; Matthew Lavoie (12th) and Zachary Hooper (17th) which helped push the boys to a 3rd place team finish over 26 other schools.

Team Results: Boys and Girls

Complete Individual Results