Boys Cross Country

    HEAD COACH Ted Norton

    From Coach Norton:

    NSXC Boys did their best to do Better!

    DCL XC Championship Meet was held yesterday at Franklin Park.

    If doing your best to get better, is the best way to be better, these boys are on their way to great things.

    The best way to resolve a situation is to step up.

    NSXC’s top runner, senior Hiro Sakuma, for most of the race with the lead pack showed courageous strength

    and his determination continued to finish the race after taking a fall on the course.

    Sophomore, Alon Mileguir had to step up to become the lead varsity scorer for the team.

    Juniors, Steven McChesney, Robby Zhang, and Ben Pistiner rounded out the rest of the scoring five.

    Hiro’s nursing injury during the season, hopes are that he gets better soon.

     Team placed 4th for the varsity race and they’re getting better every day.

    Next season DCL…You’d better look out!

    “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”,

    the quote is taken from the book A Tale of Two Cities.

    It was also the quote reflecting some of the J.V. race times.

    Better times for sophomore, Ilan Sherman-Kadish for 2nd place overall 18:23.

    The senior, Glanzer Mar’s best for the day was an 8th behind Junior, Ben Modiano 7th with both times 18:37 and 18:40 respectively.

    The times keep getting better with performances from Marcelo Kuperwasser, another junior, 19:41.

    In terms of bettering your best to be better, one would think the initials D D would mean the term digging-deep.

    You’re half correct. It stands for the junior runner, Danny Diamond with an outstanding time of 20:34 on the 5k course.

    It’s best to be better at the best time of the season!

    Freshman races always bring out your zest to be better

    The Frosh race with the XC Boys was best when Alex Freidman’s 10:46 got 2nd place overall on the 3k course

    with a better time than Wayland’s 3rd place finisher. Cormac Healy 11:33 performs best when his

    teammates are with him. Thomas Flaig, Charlie Bluestein, and Jake Sokatch all took his best advice to follow him with their times 11:33, 11:37, 11:39 respectively.


    *Keep getting better to build the best team ever!