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Cross Country - Boys' Middle School
Cross Country is a tightly-knit family of runners who are bound by sweat, tears, and cheers.
Cross Country is not the most popular sport in school. It is simply the best sport in school.
Cross Country is not for all, rather it is for all who are unafraid to try.
Cross Country is not simply about the race. Cross Country is all about what you do to prepare for the race.
Cross Country is sitting at lunch with your school mates and being consumed in thought about your race that afternoon.
Cross Country is a team sport that requires incredible individual efforts.
Cross Country is hard work, the kind of hard work that builds strong muscles, stronger minds, and exceptional character.
Cross Country is the never-ending pursuit of a PR or a PB.
Cross Country is your parents, grandparents, and family seated in folding chairs in the middle of the race just to watch you run by once or twice.
Cross Country is scored backwards but everything else about the sport revolves around moving forward as quickly as possible.
Cross Country is the entire team going bonkers as the slowest runner on the team stumbles across the finish line to record a new PR.
Cross Country is a herd of teammates attaining prefect stride cadence as they sprint toward the coaches as another practice comes to a satisfying close.
Cross Country is a starting line of chaotic colorful singlets stretching in a long line at the GMCs.
Cross Country is a bond between runners from opposing teams that is frayed during the heat of the race but melts into lasting friendships on the medal stand.
Team Blog/Website -- A website for the Wardlaw-Hartridge Middle School Cross Country Team for the purpose of reporting race results, announcing schedule changes, detailing the summer running program, and providing team info and running news in general.
2014 0 Wins 0 Losses
2015 2 Wins 11 Losses
2016 5 Wins 7 Losses
2017 2 Wins 11 Losses
2018 3 Wins 6 Losses
GMC (County Championship) Results
2014 JV Race 16th of 16 teams 14:35 average 1-5 split = 4:32
2015 JV Race 15th of 17 teams 12:04 average 1-5 split = 2:31
2016 Vars Race 11th of 13 teams 11:09 average 1-5 split = 2:05
2016 JV Race 16th of 17 teams 13:05 average 1-5 split = 2:10
2017 Vars Race only three runners entered
2017 JV Race 18th of 18 teams 12:24 average 1-5 split = 0:39
2018 Var Race 11th of 11 teams 11:14 average 1-5 split = 0:59
2018 JV Race 17th of 17 teams 15:24 average 1-5 split = 8:55
The GSB Pumpkin Run *
2015 Var Race 11th of 12 teams 13:17 average 1-5 split = 2:54
2016 Var Race 10th of 13 teams 12:26 average 1-5 split = 1:25
2017 Var Race 10th of 13 teams 10:29 average 1-5 split = 1:19
2017 JV Race only three runners entered
2018 Var Race 10th of 11 teams 12:39 average 1-5 split = 1:23
* Course is 1.7 except for 2017 when it was 1.5
Home Course Record (1.8 miles)
Rohan Batra 11:35