The Bangor Girls Cross Country Team won the KVAC Class A Cross Country Championship at Cony High School in Augusta on Saturday, October 15th. Bangor's Top 6 runners all finished in the the Top 16, with 4 finishing in the Top 10.

The Team Totals were

  1. Bangnor 33
  2. Camden Hills 60
  3. Mt. Blue 103
  4. Brunswick 11
  5. Hampden Academy 132
  6. Edward Little 141
  7. Mesalonskee 174
  8. Lewiston 205
  9. Mt. Ararat 206
  10. Oxford Hills 233

The Top 10 individual times were

  1. Payton Bell - Edward Little 21:06.5
  2. Katie McCarthy - Bangor 21:43.1
  3. Jenna VanRyn - Camden Hills 21:45.7
  4. Sadie Harrow - Bangor 21:56.6
  5. Cassie Middleton - Camden Hills 22:21.3
  6. Sofie Rueter - Bangor 22:33.1
  7. Nora McCourt - Mt. Blue 22:58.4
  8. Natalie Perham - Brunswick 23:00.1
  9. Sophia Mazzarelli - Bangor 23:01.8
  10. Cara Rothwell - Camden Hills 23:02.6

To see all the individual results click HERE

You can nominate someone for the Week 7 High School Athlete of the Week by emailing HERE. Please put High School Athlete of the Week in the subject. Nominations for games October 10th to October 15th need to be received by October 17th. Then tell us why your nominee is deserving! Let us know specifics! How many goals did she/he score? How many yards did they run for? How many yards did they pass for? How fast did they run in the cross country race? What did they shoot in the golf match? We also want to know what school they go to! Please send them by Monday night!

Tuesday we will then compile the nominees and it will be your turn to choose the winner! You can then cast your votes, and voting will close Thursday night at 11:59 p.m. We will then announce the winner online and on air on Friday each week!

We are also looking for reports of High School Soccer, Field Hockey, Football, Volleyball and Golf results. If you can email them HERE we will write recaps nightly. We need the score, who scored the goal, and any highlights. For golf results, if you can send a photo of the scoresheet that would be fantastic! You can even text the photo of the golf scoresheet to 207-469-8660

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