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Somers Boys, Girls Run to Fourth at Woodlands

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Michael Panzarino was the first Tusker boy to finish at Woodlands and took third overall. Credits: Photo Courtesy of Nancy Hannon
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GREENBURGH, N.Y.— The Somers Tuskers boys and girls cross country teams both placed fourth at the Woodlands Invitational on Oct. 1.

Michael Panzarino paced the boys with a third-place finish in a time of 17:15.80.

Christopher Hannon (27th, 18:48.60), Josh Tetro (28th, 18:50), Mike Matute (30th, 18:52.50), Jack Torre (32nd, 19:00.60), Nico Ferro (34th, 19:05.80) and Michael Gordon (35th, 19:08.60) rounded out the field for the Tusker boys.

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Anjali Kapur led the way for the girls, finishing 11th (21:12.50).

Lucy Cliff took 17th (21:30.80), Danielle Ericson was 30th (22:59.60), Alexandra Marr placed 42nd (24:04.50), Maeve Janecka was right behind in 43rd (24:08.90), Natalie Quigley took 45th (24:11.40) and Lauren Simons was 68th (27:21.80).

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