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Reyes sets new course record in meet against Shrewsbury

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Reyes sets new course record in meet against Shrewsbury

Senior Tess Reyes set a new course record as she lead the girls' cross country team to victory.

Senior Tess Reyes set a new course record as she lead the girls' cross country team to victory.

Grace Duffy

Senior Tess Reyes set a new course record as she lead the girls' cross country team to victory.

Grace Duffy

Grace Duffy

Senior Tess Reyes set a new course record as she lead the girls' cross country team to victory.

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Senior captain Tess Reyes set a new course record as she led the girls’ cross country team in their 25-32 win over Shrewsbury on Tuesday, October 16.

When the race started, all the runners sprinted head to head on their first lap of the three mile course, and it was not long until all the girls were out of sight.

Shortly after everyone started, Reyes was already on her second lap around as she ran past the cheering crowd. Sophomore Kaitlyn Desio was quick to follow.

With a time of 18:40, Reyes sprinted across the finish line in first place, breaking her own course record.

“I felt a lot of adrenaline running through me throughout the whole race,” Reyes said. “Shrewsbury is a hard team to race against, we almost always lose against them, but there is always room for improvement.”

Desio crossed the line third in 20:13, but says she is always looking to improve.

“I definitely can improve just by amping up workouts and weekly mileage,” Desio said. “I feel like as the season goes on I can feel myself getting stronger.”

According to coach Patrick Galvin, freshman Brianna Tang is working hard to make the postseason roster as she crossed the line thirteenth in 22:12.

“I feel good,” Tang said. “Shrewsbury is a hard team to beat, and I think we did the best as we could.”

Galvin was happy with the girls’ performance.

“The girls gutted out a win against a well respected Shrewsbury team,” Galvin said. “They chased down and passed many Shrewsbury runners in the second half of the race. They are putting in the work, and seeing the results of their efforts.”

 

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