Levy, Northwood boys shine at 3A Big Eight Conference meet

Posted 11/1/19

CARY — Northwood’s Malachi Levy captured sixth place overall here Thursday evening at Wake Med Soccer Complex to lead the Charger boys to a second place finish at the 3A Big Eight Conference …

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Levy, Northwood boys shine at 3A Big Eight Conference meet

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CARY — Northwood’s Malachi Levy captured sixth place overall here Thursday evening at Wake Med Soccer Complex to lead the Charger boys to a second place finish at the 3A Big Eight Conference Cross Country Championships in Cary.

Levy, a junior, posted a sharp 16:30.40 to edge sophomore teammate Colin Henry who crossed the finish line in 16:40.60.

Also scoring for the Northwood boys in the 5K race were Carter Pippin in 12th place with a 17:07.60, Christian Glick 13th with a 17:10.20, and Mason Bae in 15th with a 17:18.60.

Chapel Hill put forth a dominating performance in winning the event, taking the top five spots including Max Reisinger in first with a 16:07.30, Owen Rogers in second with a 16:08.90, Emil Arangala in third with a 16:12.00, Yichen Sun in fourth with a 16:12.90, and Ben Hawley in fifth with a 16:17.00.

In girls action, Northwood captured a fourth place finish behind a six place mark of Caroline Murrell. The Lady Chargers sophomore posted a 19:01.20.

Also scoring for Northwood was Liv Riggsbee in 19th with a 20:49.50, Tessa Yell in 24th with a 21:12.20, Caroline Yell in 25th with a 21:17.80, and Dacia case in 33rd with a 22:52.00.

Chapel Hill took the girls team title as well sparked by a third place finish of 18:37.30 by Abbey Weber.

Margaret Sept and Anna Ivanisevic, both freshmen from East Chapel Hill, took first and second respectively with times of 18:21.30 and 18:32.10.

Northwood will play host to the NCHSAA 3A Mideast Regional this Saturday, November 2 in Pittsboro.

Big 8 Conference Boys 5K Results

1 Chapel Hill 15

2 Northwood 49

3 East Chapel Hill 80

4 Cedar Ridge 104

5 Orange 135

6 Northern Durham 190

Big 8 Conference Girls 5K Results

1 Chapel Hill 27

2 East Chapel Hill 55

3 Cedar Ridge 68

4 Northwood 91

5 Orange 149

6 Southern Durham 186

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