Jack Crino (19th), Ryan Bergamini (22nd), Matthew Long (26th) and Stephen D’Ambra (31st) helped South River to an overall score of 99, giving the Seahawks the comfortable win over second-place Broadneck (128). Connor Livingston and Jonathan Snowden also placed in the top third of the field in rounding out South River’s winning effort. Alexander Laye (20th) was the top finisher for the Arundel boys.
On the girls’ side, the Seahawks placed two runners in the top five and three in the top 15 in taking fifth place overall. South River’s Reilly Wagner was the Invitational’s runner-up with a time of 19:49, getting narrowly edged by Calvert’s Hannah Aris (first, 19:47). Carly Bunting (fourth), Caitlin Pierson (14th), Claire Igoe (55th), Katherine Adair (57th), Josette Wood (61st) and Emily Jacobsen (65th) helped the Seahawks to a strong team finish. Macie Kouroupis was Arundel’s top ladies’ runner, taking 71st.
South River’s JV boys also had a successful day, placing all seven of their runners in the top 50 in taking second place. South River’s David Escalera was the overall winner in the JV race, while Patrick Watson (sixth) and Charles Hollamon (eighth) gave the Seahawks three runners in the top 10. Matthew Anderson (30th), David Hare (37th), Guy Gibboney (45th) and Chase Lunsford (46th) rounded out the JV Seahawks’ excellent day. Michael Brown was the top finisher for Arundel’s JV boys, placing 28th.
Alexandria Turano placed 18th to lead the South River JV girls, who took sixth. Samantha Utt (55th) was the top finisher for the Arundel JV girls.