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October 24, 2013

Sports Roundup - 10/24/2013

Chestnut Ridge directions provided


following directions to

Chestnut Ridge High School

where Fort Hill will play

Chestnut Ridge on Friday

were provided by Fort Hill

High School:

• Take 220 North.

• Get off at Cessna exit

(the next exit north of Bedford


• Turn left at light onto

Route 56 West.

• Stay on 56 West for

about 5 miles.

• The will be on the right.

Miners, Huskies

win tri-meet


Offstein led Mountain Ridge

to victory in the girls meet,




won the


meet and


Northern take the team title

as well in a high school

cross country triangular at

Mountain Ridge.

Mountain Ridge won the

girls meet with 17 points

and Bishop Walsh was second

with 42. Northern had

an incomplete score.

Molly Offstein won with a

time of 20:17, leading a 1-2-3

Mountain Ridge finish.

Madison Offstein was second

at 20:56 and Angie Bennett

third in 21:52.

Maggie Czapski (22:45)

was fourth for Bishop

Walsh. Ashley Murphy

(24:36) led Northern with an

eighth place.

Northern won the boys

meet with 22 points. Bishop

Walsh had 55 and Mountain

Ridge 56.

Cameron was the first to

finish and had a winning

time of 18:24. Mountain

Ridge’s Daryl Griffiths was

second in 18:33 and Northern’s

Blake Meyers took

fourth in 18:48.

John Rossi led Bishop

Walsh, placing fifth in 20:31.

Mountain Ridge runs

again in the Class 2A West

Regional on Thursday, Oct.

31, at Liberty High.

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