Girls XC Defeat Sussex Central

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The Milford High School Girls Cross Country Team improved to 6-1 after defeating Sussex Central with a perfect score of 15-50. The girls finished 1-7 overall, led by Faith Mitchell 20:08 (Central Course Record), Alex Herber 21:15, Brianna Thompson 21:48, Jorja Willey 23:05, Anna Hatfield 23:43, Haley Thompson 23:45 and Sabrina Kadow 24:10.

The boys team moved to 3-3 after being defeated by Central 25-31. They were led by Dale Ostermann 18:31 (Second Overall) and Matthew Stangl 18:45 (Fifth overall).

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Milford High School Cross Country Girls Team competed in the Killen’s Pond Invitational today versus 20 primarily upstate schools.  Milford finished 5th overall led by Eighth grade standout Faith Mitchell (5th overall) 19:44, Alex Herber (12th) 20:32, Brianna Thompson (15th) 20:48, Jorja Willey 22:16 and Paige Thompson 23:22.

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