Madison Christian Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Madison Christian Coed Middle School Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Saturday, October 14, 2017 2:00 PM Place 2 Points 42 Meet Recap The Middle School Boys and Girls Cross Country teams ran in the Mid Ohio Christian Athletic League (MOCAL) Championships this past Saturday, October 14th at Watkins Memorial High School. Jon Hovance led the Boys’ Team with a 3rd place medal winning finish, which

Madison Christian Coed Middle School Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Saturday, September 23, 2017 10:00 AM Place 2 Points 39 Meet Recap MCS Coed Cross Country Team competed on their tough home course this Saturday at the Marion and Ruth Gray Invitational. Our Eagles gave their best efforts yet on the most physically and mentally challenging of the courses they’ve run on to date. Congratulations

Madison Christian Coed Middle School Cross Country finishes 15th place

Saturday, September 16, 2017 2:15 PM Place 15 Points 0 Meet Recap Middle School Coed Cross Country raced at the Bishop Hartley – Central Ohio Cross Country Invitational on Saturday. Though the temperatures were warmer than the team has been accustomed, our Eagles competed tough and there were personal records set! The Boys’ Team placed

Madison Christian Coed Middle School Cross Country finishes 5th place

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 5:00 PM Place 5 Points 137 Meet Recap Middle School Coed Cross Country competed in the Village Academy Griffin Open at scenic Liberty Park in Powell, Ohio on Tuesday evening. Both Girls and Boys Teams’ earned points to score as teams. The Girls’ Team placed 5th out of 6 teams with

Madison Christian Coed Middle School Cross Country finishes 13th place

Saturday, September 2, 2017 9:00 AM Place 13 Points 0 Meet Recap The Middle School Coed Cross Country team battled soggy and slippery conditions at the Circleville Kiwanis Invitational on Saturday. The rain certainly didn’t dampen the teams’ spirits, as our runners displayed outstanding sportsmanship, competed hard and posted impressive times on a very muddy

MS Cross Country Teams Set New Standards at COAL Championships

The MCS Middle School boys and girls cross country teams ran at Watkins Memorial High School in the COAL Championship Meet on Saturday. The boys’ team finished in first place in the team standings.  Sixth graders Jon Hovance (5th place) and Logan Overman (7th place) led the Eagles with medal winning, and personal best time

Madison Christian High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place

Saturday, October 15, 2016 2:15 PM Place 1 Points 28 Meet Recap The Varsity Girls Cross Country team had some great performances at the MOCAL meet. With just 3 schools represented and fielding the only full team, there were not enough full teams to constitute an official scoring meet. However, the team posted some fantastic

Madison Christian High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 3rd place

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 5:00 PM Place 3 Points 69 Meet Recap The Varsity Cross Country girls placed 3rd as a team with 4 teams total and 11 different schools represented. Sarah Lidonnice led the way with an 8th place finish, followed closely by Maya Benson (12), Makayla Vandermark (17 with a personal record), Kayla

MS Cross Country Teams Post Impressive Times at MCS Invitational

The MS boys and girls cross country teams ran as teams for a second week in a row, at the MCS Home Invitational.  On a challenging course, filled with hills and sandy terrain, all runners ran just seconds away from their personal bests, set at Three Creeks, a week ago.  This is an incredible feat

Madison Christian High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place

Saturday, September 24, 2016 9:30 AM Place 1 Points 32 Meet Recap Madison Christian hosted its 4th annual Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, September 24, with 5 area schools attending. The Varsity Girls took first place with a low score of 32 points, edging out Village Academy by 1 point. Sarah Lidonnice led the way,