has launched a fruit flapjack into shops across north-west England to raise money for its 2008 Local Hero campaign. For each flapjack sold, Greenhalgh’s will give 5p to a fund that will help several charities in the region. The first of these charities, The Bowland Pennine Mountain Rescue Team, helped get Greenhalgh’s campaign under way, outside its Bank Street shop, Warrington.
And Matt Persampieri was just behind Smith, finishing third in 16:38. Joe Norris got fourth place in 17:02, with Will Girzadas earning fifth place in 17:40.Josh Reed, in 17.44.5, was seventh, just behind Cazenovia’s Stan Angus (17:44.2), but Skaneateles swept the rest of the top 10, Tony DiRubbo getting eight place in 17:59 ahead of Seamus Fogerty (18:09) and Nolan Gryzlo (18:12).The girls race between state Class C no. 14-ranked Skaneateles and no. 17-ranked Cazenovia also had first place in the league on the line, and it was those other Lakers that pulled it out by a one-point margin, 28-29. Individually, Skaneateles went 1-2, Sarah Tallerico winning the individual race in 19:53 and Hope Cross-Jaya getting second place in 20:19 before Cazenovia’s Lauren McLean (20:49) and Isla Stover (20:53) took the next two spots.Lillian Yengo was fifth in 21:09, maintaining Skaneateles’ early lead, only to have Cazenovia snatch four of the next five finishing spots to get in front, despite Sophia Aureden’s 21:51 that put her in ninth place. It took Cazenovia’s sixth runner getting 10th place (Laura Fitzgerald, in 21:41) to earn her team the victory.A day later, Marcellus and Westhill both swept their respective league meets – the Mustangs against Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, the Warriors against Homer.The boys Mustangs routed APW 15-50 behind Kevin Huss, who won the race in 18:37 as Aidan Shea was second in 18:41. Caeden Cox finished third in 18:55 as Jonah Kwasnowski (19:46) and Elijah Hart (19:52) completed a top five sweep.For the Marcellus boys, Anella Bolster claimed individual honors in 21:16, well clear of the 21:50 from Meaghan Strempel. Alyssa McShane was third in 23:20, ahead of Virginia Lucchetti (23:57) and Sophia Maum (24:38).The Westhill boys beat Homer 17-46, led by a top-three sweep. Jacob Fricano won in 16:02, just ahead of the 16:03 from Mike Ferrara and Will Thornton, while Angelo Carr was fifth in 16:06. Brian Allen finished sixth in 16:53.In the girls Warriors’ 21-36 win over the Trojans, Liz Kessler, with her time of 19:59, was second to Homer’s Emma Anderson (18:34), but Westhill’s depth won out.Addie Lowery finished in 20:05, just ahead of the 20:14 from Angie Mesa. Sara Thompson posted 20:50 and Kylie Nowicki finished in 20:52, with Emily O’Reilly (20:57) and Ashley Heffernan (21:41) following.The Jordan-Elbridge boys defeated Hannibal 23-32. Though Sean Dristle, in 16:46, finished second behind Hannibal’s Dylan Plantz (16:14), Kenny Williams got third place in 16:50 as Lee Jewell was fifth in 17:11. Derek Quigley, in 18:04, was just ahead of Colin Jewsbury (18:10) in sixth place.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: cross countryMarcellusskaneatelesWesthill Further cementing its place atop the Onondaga High School League Liberty division standings, the Skaneateles boys cross country team topped Cazenovia and host Solvay in Tuesday’s race at Long Branch Park.Skaneateles prevailed 20-41 over Cazenovia and 15-50 over Solvay, backing up its state Class C no. 11 ranking as, once again, Caleb Bender led the charge.Bender had already finished 1-2 with Cazenovia’s Jared Smith in the Small School race at the Sept. 21 Baldwinsville Invitational. And it happened here, too, Bender tearing to a time of 15 minutes, 38 seconds, nearly a minute ahead of Smith’s 16:31.
Richards polled 1,296 votes as against 721 for SKNLP’s Kenny Douglas to win St. Christopher Number 5, while Grant won St. Christopher Number 4 by polling 1,284 as against 933 for Steve Wrensford. The lone independent candidate in the election could only muster 12 votes and lost his deposit. In the other seat on Nevis, the CCM’s Eric Evelyn received 710 votes to 167 for Bjorn Hanley to win Nevis constituency Number 11. BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. Timothy Harris led his coalition Team Unity to a second consecutive victory in Friday’s general election, winning six of the seven seats declared to date. The preliminary results showed that Harris of the People’s Labour Party (PLP) had comfortably won his Constituency Number 7 seat, polling 1,870 votes as compared to 607 for Leon Netta Nelson of the main opposition St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) while the Concerned Citizens Movement, (CCM) headed by Premier Mark Brantley, had won all three seats on the island of Nevis. The other victorious Team unity winners were Shawn Richards and Lindsay Grant of the People’s Action Movement, the third member of the Team Unity coalition. Former Opposition Leader Dr. Denzil Richards is so far the only victor for the main extending his winning streak to eight in St. Christopher Number 6, by comfortably defatting the PLP’s Kevin Williams by a1,563 to 476.. Brantley received 1,689 votes as against 1,155 for Dr. Kelvin Daley of the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) to win Nevis Constituency Number 9 , while in his third attempt the CCM’s Alexis Jeffers has secured victory in Nevis Constituency Number 11 over the NRP’s Patrice Nisbett by a margin of 1,107 to 910. St. Kitts Prime Minister, Dr. Timothy Harris There are 11 seats at stake in the elections and in the 2015 poll, Team unity won seven seats. CMC