Tuesday, January 6, 2015

2014

I've mentioned course changes in the past, but the Alumni Race has never seen course changes like those necessitated in 2014 by a snowstorm that hit the Hudson Valley just a few days before the race.  With the descent from both the ski jump and the first hill on the lake rendered impassable by ice (and closed by the NYS Parks Department), the race was officially in jeopardy, and only with some quick thinking and rerouting by Ralph Coleman was the race able to come off for the 32nd straight year.  What resulted was a flat, fast, mostly paved course of about 2.25 miles and some absolutely flat-out racing without the hills there to lend the runners  any sort of conscience.  (I will not be adjusting any course records on this site.  Whether this is the "official" stance of the race remains to be seen.)

For all the changes to the course, though, the results look pretty much the same as we've come to expect the last few years.  The Rams weren't quite back to full strength, with Anthony Calingo stuck out west, but the return of Tom McCarney and Mike Morris following their highly unusual absences in 2013, coupled with a stellar performance by Tom Dillon, was enough to (barely) secure us the elusive ninth win we've been falling just short of for the past eight years.  The Monroe-Woodbury women took the women's crown unopposed, their fifth straight and seventh in the past eight years, as well as their record 15th participation title.  (Not sure what happened to the individual women's results; I assume some of the MW women checked off their schools but forgot to put their names on their cards.)  Caile Kohlbrenner won her fourth consecutive title, one short of runner-up Julianne Littmann-Viscardo's record.  Her 19th-place overall finish is the highest ever for a woman; for the first time, two women cracked the top 30.  The women's top five, incidentally, contains five of my top 10 women all-time.

Overall Top 30


  1. Kyle Collins (Suff '12) 11:49
  2. John Trautmann (MW '86) 12:00
  3. Nick Roosa (TZ '03) 12:04
  4. Tom Dillon (CN '97) 12:08
  5. David McCarey (Middletown '08) 12:09
  6. Shai Ben-Dor (Goshen '12) 12:12
  7. Brian Crowley (AM '82) 12:16
  8. Bret Habura (Wash '12) 12:24
  9. Corey Calajoe (PR '04) 12:27
  10. Armando Oliveira (New Roch '85) 12:32
  11. Peter Viscardo (MW '95) 12:34
  12. Liam Harrison (JJ-Hopewell Junction '97) 12:35
  13. Brendan Fennell (PR '03) 12:36
  14. Paul Mueller (St. Cloud Apollo, MN '02) 12:38
  15. Matt Borawski (PR '04) 12:41
  16. Ben Nilsestuen (Warwick '01) 12:43 
  17. Matt McKenna (CN '03) 12:55
  18. Robert Roach (Jefferson-Youngsville '97) 12:57
  19. Caile Kohlbrenner (TZ '11) 12:58
  20. Nick Sullivan (Gosh '13) 13:00
  21. Jason Friedman (CN '93) 13:02
  22. Devon White (CN '96) 13:06
  23. Tom McCarney (CN '93) 13:11
  24. Stephen Mulvihill (JYCS '01) 13:15
  25. Mike Hickey (PR '09) 13:16
  26. Jeremy Schriber (MW '12) 13:17
  27. Brian Herbst (PR '07) 13:18
  28. Patrick Michon (McNeill '13) 13:26
  29. Julianne Littmann-Viscardo (MW '95) 13:28
  30. Frank Visingardi (Nan '86) 13:29
Womens' Top 10
  1. Caile Kohlbrenner (TZ '11) 12:58
  2. Julianne Littmann-Viscardo (MW '95) 13:28
  3. Suzanne LaBurt (MW '81) 14:44
  4. Dawn Newsome Marinaccio (CS '86) 15:21
  5. Kim Newsome Chalfin (CS '88) 15:36
  6. ?? (MW) 15:46
  7. ?? (MW) 15:47
  8. ?? (MW) 15:47
  9. Olivia Haverson (Greenwich) 15:48
  10. Monica Prager (Wash '11) 16:12

Total Number of Runners: 172

Team Participation: 1. Monroe-Woodbury 23, 2. Pearl River 20,  3. Clarkstown North 15, 4. Albertus Magnus 14, 5. (tie) Suffern and Clarkstown South 13, 7. (tie) Nanuet and Tappan Zee 6, 9. Washingtonville 5, 10. Goshen 4, 11. Ramapo 3, 12. (tie) Arlington, Warwick, Cornwall St. Barnabas, Hylton (VA), Jefferson-Youngsville Central School, Millbrook, Pine Bush, Roosevelt/Yonkers 2.

Mens' Team Scoring
  1. Clarkstown North 84 (Dillon, McKenna, Friedman, White, McCarney)
  2. Pearl River 87
  3. Monroe Woodbury 117
  4. Suffern 174
  5. Clarkstown South 226
  6. Albertus Magnus 253
  7. Nanuet 309
Women's Team Scoring
  1. Monroe-Woodbury 26

2014: Jamie's recap

Never in the 31-year history of the Bill Markiewicz Memorial Rockland Alumni Cross Country Run had the classic Bear Mountain course needed to be changed to accommodate weather conditions. But when a midweek blanket of snow and residual ice rendered most of the Hessian Lake path and the steep ski-jump hill unusable for the Nov. 29 event, meet official Ralph Coleman was forced to improvise. He fashioned a makeshift layout that hewed to the cleared paved walkways spanning from the Carousel, across the snow-laden playfield to the Inn and down the path leading to the site of the annual Oktoberfest.
Thanks to Coleman’s impromptu route reshuffling, the 172 running revelers who took part in this 32nd annual edition were able to celebrate their own “November-fest” over an estimated 2.25-mile course that preserved at least some of the flavor of the traditional 3-mile sojourn, a late-autumn staple for alumni harriers for three decades.
The race, co-sponsored by the Rockland Road Runners, is named for the former Clarkstown North cross country and track coach (1978-89) who would have embraced the snowy conditions with his trademark can-do spirit and deemed it a worthy challenge to be tackled and overcome. On an overcast, chilly 35-degree day, the challenge was accepted and conquered by Kyle Collins and Cailé Kohlbrenner, a pair of college students with family running pedigrees who swept to victory on the flat provisional course.
Collins, a 2012 Suffern High School graduate and junior at SUNY Fredonia, took the lead immediately and held off course-record-holder John Trautmann to win by 50 yards in 11 minutes 49 seconds, a “course record” that may stand forever as a one-time anomaly from the standard configuration. Collins’ dad, Michael, was an accomplished runner for Mepham High School on Long Island and Fredonia State who participates in the Alumni Run every year and has a third-place finish to his credit, in the 1987 race.
Trautmann, Monroe-Woodbury class of 1986, wound up finishing second in 12:00. A 1992 Olympian at 5,000 meters, Trautmann is a three-time Alumni Run champion who set the existing three-mile course record of a blistering 14:08 in 1994. Trautmann recently ran a 4:17 mile at age 46 and is one of the top masters (40 or older) runners in the country. Nick Roosa, Tappan Zee class of 2003, a two-time Alumni Run titlist, returned from an 18-month leg injury to claim third place in 12:04.
Kohlbrenner, a 2011 Tappan Zee alumna and senior at Providence College, captured her fourth successive women’s title in convincing style and placed 19th overall. She clocked 12:59 for a 150-yard victory margin over runner-up Julianne Littmann-Viscardo, Monroe-Woodbury class of 1995, who ran 13:28. Littmann-Viscardo, a former Clemson standout, has won the Alumni Run women’s division a record eight times. Kohlbrenner was a top-10 member of Providence’s cross country team, which finished 13th at the recent NCAA Division I national championships. She is the daughter of Andy Kohlbrenner, Pearl River class of 1981, a four-time Alumni runner-up and 2008 Rockland Track & Field Hall of Fame inductee.
The Clarkstown North men’s alumni edged Pearl River, 84 to 87, to notch their ninth team championship and break a tie with Albertus Magnus for most men’s titles in meet history. Monroe-Woodbury of Orange County extended its records in the women’s division and team participation categories, posting its 11th women’s crown with a score of 26 points and securing team participation honors for the 14th time, with 23 participants. Runners representing 50 high schools from 13 states – including California, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota – took part in the race, and entrants’ ages ranged from 18 to 72.
The Alumni Run was renamed in memory of Markiewicz in 1991 and a yearly award was founded to recognize those who have rendered distinguished service to the sport. This year’s Bill Markiewicz Award recipient was Howard Arciniegas, the head athletic trainer at Spring Valley High School, who has served as the on-site athletic trainer and health professional at the Alumni Run for more than 10 years. The award was presented to Arciniegas by Janet Markiewicz, Bill’s widow, who was joined at the event by several Markiewicz family members, including five who participated in the run.
Aside from Trautmann, Littmann-Viscardo and Roosa, another past Alumni Run champion, Brian Crowley, fared admirably. Crowley, Albertus Magnus class of 1982, who won the race back in 1990, placed seventh in 12:16. Not bad for a 50-year-old!
Former Rockland County scholastic meet champions who participated included a pair of three-time winners from Pearl River, Brendan Fennell ’03 and Mike Hickey ’09; Mike Colangelo, Albertus Magnus class of 1975; Jim Dinan, Nanuet class of 1987; and Pete Modafferi, Clarkstown South class of 1995. Fennell was a two-time New York state champion and was voted Male Runner of the Decade for Rockland from 2000-2009. Colangelo, who also was a state individual titleholder, was joined at the race by several fellow members of the Albertus Magnus 1974 squad, which was celebrating the 40th anniversary of its undefeated, New York state and Eastern States championship club.
Larry Beckerle, Albertus Magnus class of 1973, completed the course for the 32nd consecutive time, the only individual never to have missed an Alumni Run.

2014: Full results

Men’s team scores: 1. Clarkstown North (CN), 84; 2. Pearl River (PR), 87; 3. Monroe-Woodbury (MW), 117; 4. Suffern (Suf), 174; 5. Clarkstown South (CS), 226; 6. Albertus Magnus (AM), 253; 7. Nanuet (Nan), 309; other teams incomplete.
Women’s team scores: 1. Monroe-Woodbury, 26; other teams incomplete.
Team participation (combined):  1. Monroe-Woodbury, 23; 2. Pearl River, 20; 3. Clarkstown North, 15; 4. Albertus Magnus, 14; 5. Tie, Clarkstown South and Suffern, 13; 7. Tie, Nanuet and Tappan Zee, 6; 9. Washingtonville (Wash), 5; 10. Goshen (Gosh), 4; 11. Ramapo (Ram), 3; 12. Tie, Arlington (Arl), Cornwall (Corn), Hylton (Va.), Jefferson-Youngsville Central School (JYCS), Millbrook (Mill), Pine Bush (PB), Roosevelt/Yonkers (Roos), Warwick (War), 2; 20. Tie, Archbishop Molloy, Ardsley, Bayside, Beacon, Blind Brook, Bloomfield Hills (Mich.), Burke Catholic, Chaminade, Chapparal (Colo.), Croton-Harmon, Greenwich, Hendrick Hudson, Highland, Jesuit (Md.), John Jay-Hopewell Junction, Kimball Union Academy (N.H.), Mepham, Middletown, James I. O’Neill, New Rochelle, Prescott (Wis.), North Rockland (NRk), Rockland Country Day School, Shasta (Calif.), South Carroll (Md.), South Kent (Conn.), Spring Valley, St. Barnabas, St. Cloud Apollo (Minn.), St. Joseph Regional (N.J.), Woodland Hills (Pa.), 1.
Women’s top 20 individuals
1, Cailé Kohlbrenner (TZ ’11), 12:59; 2. Julianne Littmann-Viscardo (MW ’95), 13:28; 3. Suzanne LaBurt (MW ’81), 14:44; 4. Dawn Newsome Marinaccio (CS ’86), 15:21; 5. Kim Newsome Chalfin (CS ’88), 15:36; 6. Monroe-Woodbury, 15:46; 7. Monroe-Woodbury, 15:47; 8. Monroe-Woodbury, 15:47; 9. Olivia Haverson (Greenwich), 15:48; 10. Monica Prager (Wash ’11), 16:12; 11. Leslie Steinberg (Blind Brook ’04), 16:38; 12. Christine Bibbo (MW ’93), 16:54; 13. Aime Goldberg Macdonald (Nan ’94), 16:57; 14. Kristine Beckerle (AM ’07), 17:08; 15. Leslie Ballantyne (Suf ’92), 17:23; 16. Tiffany Green (PB ’13), 17:34; 17. Carissa Cuccia (Gosh ’12), 17:45; 18. Catherine Dillon (Prescott, Wis. ’96), 17:55; 19. Ksenya Floor (PB ’13), 18:04; 20. Veronica Doran (AM ’89), 18:35.
Overall individual results 
1. Kyle Collins (Suf ’12), 11:49; 2. John Trautmann (MW ’86), 12:00; 3. Nick Roosa (TZ ’03), 12:04; 4. Tom Dillon (CN ’97), 12:08; 5. David McCarey (Middletown ’08), 12:09; 6. Shai Ben-Dor (Gosh ’12), 12:12; 7. Brian Crowley (AM ’82), 12:16; 8. Bret Habura (Wash ’12), 12:24; 9. Corey Calajoe (PR ’04), 12:27; 10. Armando Oliveira (NewR ’85), 12:32; 11. Peter Viscardo (MW ’95), 12:34; 12. Liam Harrison (John Jay-Hopewell Junction ’97), 12:35; 13. Brendan Fennell (PR ’03), 12:36; 14. Paul Mueller (St. Cloud Apollo, Minn. ’02), 12:38; 15. Matt Borawski (PR ’04), 12:41; 16. Ben Nilsestuen (War ’01), 12:43; 17. Matt McKenna (CN ’03), 12:55; 18. Robert Roach (Jefferson-Youngsville ’97), 12:57; 19. Caile Kohlbrenner (TZ ’11), 12:59; 20. Nick Sullivan (Gosh ’13), 13:00; 21. Jason Friedman (CN ’93), 13:02; 22. Devon White (CN ’96), 13:06; 23. Tom McCarney (CN ’93), 13:11; 24. Stephen Mulvihill (JYCS ’01), 13:15; 25. Mike Hickey (PR ’09), 13:16; 26. Jeremy Shriber (MW ’12), 13:17; 27. Bryan Herbst (PR ’07), 13:18; 28. Patrick Michon (O’Neill ’13), 13:26; 29. Julianne Littmann-Viscardo (MW ’95), 13:28; 30. Frank Visingardi (Nan ’86), 13:29; 31. Michael Guglielmo (CS ’13), 13:38; 32. Mike Morris (CN ’96), 13:45; 33. Jamie Kempton (AM ’76), 13:49; 34. Jim Dinan (Nan ’87), 13:50; 35. Matt Lenihan (PR ’03), 13:51; 36. Alex Berbit (Suf ’99), 13:52; 37. Martin Hehir (Wash ’11), 13:54; 38. Johan Anestad (Suf ’89), 13:59; 40. Alex Sanso (MW ’13), 14:04; 40. Vincent DiSalvo (Wash ’10), 14:05; 41. Sean Casey (Corn ’11), 14:10; 42. Jim Dugandzic (PR ’81), 14:16; 43. Adam Klein (CS ’14), 14:37; 44. Douglas Hauser Jr. (MW ’02), 14:38; 45. John MacKenzie (TZ ’98), 14:39; 46. Patrick Markiewicz (Burke Catholic ’06), 14:42; 47. Dan Pragdat (CS ’11), 14:43; 48. Suzanne LaBurt (MW ’81), 14:44; 49. David Blumel (MW ’75), 14:47; 50. Ed Ackerly (MW ’86), 14:50.
51. Zack Berbit (Suf ’96),15:00; 52. Tom List (PR ’80), 15:02; 53. Logan Scott (Highland ’79), 15:03; 54. Dan Brabander (Nan ’83), 15:05; 55. Alan Araujo (CS ’14), 15:06; 56. Jonathan Farrell (Rockland County Day School ’01), 15:08; 57. David Herbstman (Ram ’79), 15:09; 58. Tim Waples (Suf ’00), 15:14; 59. Dan Markiewicz (Gosh ’96), 15:15; 60. Jimmy Carroll (Wash ’08), 15:16; 61. Michael Colangelo (AM ’75), 15:19; 62. Dawn Newsome Marinaccio (CS ’86), 15:21; 63. George Newsome (CS ’92), 15:22; 64. Matt Ammer (Suf ’94), 15:22; 65. Mike Bernstein (Suf ’95), 15:30; 66. Jon Prince (War ’02), 15:31; 67. Matthew Walker (CS ’12), 15:31; 68. Nicholas Morelli (CS ’14)15:34; 69. Kim Newsome Chalfin (CS ’88), 15:36; 70. Colin Quinn (CN ’12), 15:37; 71. Ray Sussmann (PR ’81), 15:37; 72. Jason Lipman (CN ’91), 15:42; 73. Nikitas Tampakis (TZ ’10), 15:44; 74. Monroe-Woodbury, 15:46; 75. Monroe-Woodbury, 15:47; 76. Monroe-Woodbury, 15:47; 77. Olivia Haverson (Greenwich ’07), 15:48; 78. James Whalen (South Kent, Conn. ’07), 15:52; 79. Mark Toujiline (Beacon ’13), 15:54; 80. Kyle Grant (TZ ’12), 15:55; 81. Kevin Leonard (AM ’76), 15:55; 82. Joe Dolan (PR ’90), 15:56; 83. Doug Carter (Kimball Union, N.H., ’71), 15:59; 84. Josh Levine (Suf ’96), 16:00; 85. Robert Pasqual (Archbishop Molloy ’77), 16:02; 86. David Wang (CS ’01), 16:05; 87. Adam Borg (CN ’97), 16:07; 88. Ross Stephens (Arlington ’94), 16:08; 89. Cody Mezebish (South Carroll, Md. ’10), 16:10; 90. Monica Prager (Wash ’11), 16:12; 91. Nick Mitchell (Roosevelt-Yonkers ’77), 16:13; 92. Bob Hermesch (Hendrick Hudson ’68), 16:20; 93. Evan Ratnow (Suf ’96), 16:22; 94. Mike Bromm (Nan ’78), 16:30; 95. Mike Moran (AM ’83), 16:30; 96. Pete Modafferi (CS ’95), 16:31; 97. Ed Hushon (AM ’83), 16:37; 98. Leslie Steinberg (Blind Brook ’04), 16:38; 99. Randall Duggan (Shasta, Calif. ’88), 16:46; 100. Kevin Chanowsky (MW ’94), 16:48.
101. Christine Bibbo (MW ’93), 16:54; 102. Aime Goldberg Macdonald (Nan ’94), 16:57; 103. Chris Craig (AM ’82), 16:59; 104. John Murphy (MW ’85), 17:01; 105. John Halpin (Corn ’89), 17:03; 106. Keith Reilly (PR ’90), 17:04; 107. Kristine Beckerle (AM ’07), 17:08; 108. Ross Edelman (Suf ’06), 17:13; 109. Tom Maile (Bloomfield Hills, Mich. ’60), 17:15; 110. Leslie Ballantyne (Suf ’92), 17:23; 111. Kevin Heraghty (NRk ’94), 17:27; 112. Chris Markiewicz (Hylton, Va. ’95), 17:30; 113. Matt Diglio (MW ’96), 17:31; 114. Tiffany Green (PB ’13), 17:34; 115. Carissa Cuccia (Gosh ’12), 17:45; 116. John Fahy (Woodland Hills, Pa. ’96), 17:51; 117. Catherine Dillon (Prescott, Wis. ’96), 17:55; 118. Matt Mulligan (AM ’75), 17:59; 119. Ksenya Floor (PB ’13), 18:04; 120. Ed Casey (PR ’82), 18:10; 121. Stephen Beckerle (AM ’74), 18:11; 122. Harry Owens (Chaminade ’76), 18:14; 123. Veronica Doran (AM ’89), 18:35; 124. Michael Collins (Mepham ’78), 18:38; 125. Kristian (Spring Valley ’07), 18:39; 126. Steven Estremera (Millbrook ’08), 18:46; 127. Nick Parente (CN ’87), 18:46; 128. Chuck Sommerlad (MW ’85), 18:52; 129. Ed Meyer (Jesuit, Md. ’92), 19:01; 130. Christopher Hecht (CN ’01), 19:06; 131. Chris Acerbo (St. Joseph Regional, N.J. ’82), 19:10; 132. Mark Kelly (PR ’84), 19:13; 133. John Herr (MW ’83), 19:16; 134. Todd Cote (Nan ’81), 19:29; 135. Lisa Ansorge Ratnow (Arlington ’96), 19:44; 136. Tasha Robinson Williams (MW ’80), 20:13; 137. Rob McNamara (Nan ’86), 20:15; 138. Melissa Estremera (Millbrook ’12), 21:08; 139. Sue Gulla Lanoce (PR ’83), 21:16; 140. Ken Gerber (CS ’92), 21:20; 141. Joseph Herr (MW ’87), 21:21; 142. Larry Quinn (AM ’69), 21:35; 143. Mark Markiewicz (Hylton, Va. ’95), 21:40; 144. Michael Berg (CN ’78), 21:42; 145. Karen Salmon (TZ ’04), 21:45; 146. Elisabeth Tischler (MW ’89), 21:48; 147. Jenn Maggin (CS ’08), 22:04; 148. Steve Santini (PR ’78), 22:06; 149. Mike Greco (PR ’78), 22:07; 150. Tom Kelly (PR ’78), 22:09.
151. Jessica Chauvin (Chapparal, Colo. ’05), 22:10 ; 152. Lewis Landau (Ramapo), 22:11; 153. Jim Hartigan (PR ’78), 22:11; 154. Joseph Farsetta (PR ’72), 22:13; 155. Jessica Redner (Suf ’96), 22:28; 156. Mike Coakley (CN ’87), 22:37; 157. Joe Horner (MW ’85), 22:59; 158. Ed Quintl (Roosevelt-Yonkers ’83), 23:05; 159. Rachel Whalen ’01, 23:14; 160. Becca Berg (Ardsley ’14), 23:34; 161. Gerald Conlon (MW ’84), 23:47; 162. Alan Brandstaedter (CN ’92), 23:49; 163. Jeffrey Greenberg (Croton-Harmon ’76), 24:00; 164. Mike Markiewicz (AM ’70), 24:15; 165. Sheila Conlon (St. Barnabas ’90), 24:38; 166. Larry Beckerle (AM ’73), 24:53; 167. Daniel Hlavac (PR ’79), 28:08; 168. Brian Marks (CN ’96), 28:47; 169. Dan Hogan (Suf ’99), 31:21; 170. Warren Berbit (Bayside ’60), 31:46; 171. Sherry Berbit (Ramapo ’69), 32:11; 172. Erin Frawley, n.t.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

2013

And then there was one.

Larry Beckerle, the former Albertus Magnus star and the longtime coach of the Nanuet girls' XC team, finally outlasted fellow Albertus alum Pat Chambers, the 1983 Alumni champ, becoming the only runner to have finished all 31 Alumni races.  I don't want to speculate on the nefarious methods Beckerle may have employed that resulted in Pat's father's hospitalization, thus ensuring triumph in this three-decades-old competition.  Congrats to Coach Beckerle and to Mr. Chambers as well on a rather amazing accomplishment.

Monroe-Woodbury repeated their dominance of the previous year, sweeping the mens', womens', and participation titles.  The mens' team needed a herculean effort from the Trautmann brothers to hold off a pesky, if undermanned, Clarkstown North side.  If all we need is a former Olympian to come back and help us reclaim the team title, I'm sure we have nothing to worry about.  The womens' race was again only a two-team affair, which the Lady Crusaders handled with ease.  Caile Kohlbrenner won her third straight womens' title, becoming the first woman to crack the top 30 overall.  Carlos Jamieson repeated for the men.

Check out Jamie's write-up and full results below.

Overall Top 30

  1. Carlos Jamieson (NR '05) 15:55
  2. Louis Tafuto (Warwick '06) 16:03
  3. John Trautmann (MW '86) 16:27
  4. Kyle Collins (Suff '12) 16:35
  5. Brian Crowley (AM '82) 17:00
  6. Shai Ben-Dar (Goshen '12) 17:30
  7. Ben Nilsestuen (Warwick '01) 17:33
  8. Stephen McNiff (PR '12) 17:33
  9. Tom Dillon (CN '97) 17:34
  10. Anthony Calingo (CN '01) 17:46
  11. Nick Sullivan (Goshen '13) 17:54
  12. Paul Mueller (St. Cloud Apollo, MN '02) 17:55
  13. Jim Trautmann (MW '90) 18:07
  14. Patrick Michen (James O'Neil '13) 18:10
  15. Jason Friedman (CN '93) 18:10
  16. Llaney Hernandez (MW '12) 18:16
  17. Michael Guglielmo (CS '13) 18:28
  18. Danny Kane (TZ '09) 18:32
  19. Brian Holahan (MW '08) 18:36
  20. Ed Ackerly (MW '86) 18:36
  21. Devon White (CN '96) 18:40
  22. Rob Conklin (NR '00) 18:43
  23. Matt McKenna (CN '03) 18:43
  24. Dan Pragdat (CS '11) 18:44
  25. Caile Kohlbrenner (TZ '11) 18:46
  26. James Higgins (CS '08) 18:53
  27. Frank Visingardi (Nan '86) 19:06
  28. Stephen O'Shea (MW '13) 19:09
  29. Russell Maloney (Walter Panas '09) 19:13
  30. John MacKenzie (TZ '98) 19:20
Womens' Top 10
  1. Caile Kohlbrenner (TZ '11) 18:46
  2. Suzanne LaBurt (MW '81) 20:56
  3. Kim Newsome Chalfin (CS '88) 21:06
  4. Dayna McLaughlin (NR '08) 21:22
  5. Erin Haugh Colleran (Nan '97) 21:24
  6. Mary-Beth Gray (Spartanburg, SC '10) 21:36
  7. Eileen Shiel Herman (CS '81) 21:29
  8. Kristie Horner Kapusta (MW '89) 22:44
  9. Jennifer Newsome Flannery (CS '90) 23:01
  10. Kelly Anne Bondulicj (TZ '11) 23:19
Total Number of Runners: 199

Team Participation: 1. Monroe-Woodbury 44, 2. Clarkstown North 21, 3. Pearl River 18, 4. (tie) Albertus Magnus and Suffern 14, 6. Clarkstown South 12, 7. Nanuet 11, 8. Tappan Zee 8, 9. Warwick 6, 10. North Rockland 5, 11. (tie) Burke Catholic, Goshen, and Ramapo 3, 14. (tie) Arlington, Mepham, Rockland Country Day, St. Barnabas, Spring Valley 2.

Mens' Team Scoring
  1. Monroe-Woodbury 71 (Jo. Trautmann, Ji. Trautmann, Hernandez, Holahan, Ackerly)
  2. Clarkstown North 78
  3. Clarkstown South 167
  4. Pearl River 170
  5. Suffern 219
  6. Nanuet 247
  7. Albertus Magnus 281
  8. Warwick 384
Womens' Team Scoring 
  1. Monroe-Woodbury 48 (LaBurt, Kapusta, Boyle, Smith-Whalen, Holahan)
  2. Clarkstown South 81

2013: Full Results


31st annual Bill Markiewicz Memorial Rockland Alumni Cross Country Run
Saturday, November 30
Bear Mountain State Park, Bear Mountain, N.Y.
Course: 3.0 miles
Meet records: 14:08, John Trautmann (Monroe-Woodbury ’86), 1994
                         17:04, Debbie Grant (Ramapo ’83), 1995

Men’s team scores: 1. Monroe-Woodbury (MW), 71; 2. Clarkstown North (CN), 78; 3. Clarkstown South (CS), 167; 4. Pearl River (PR), 170; 5. Suffern (Suf), 219; 6. Nanuet (Nan), 247; 7. Albertus Magnus (AM), 281; 8. Warwick (War), 384; other teams incomplete.

Women’s team scores: 1. Monroe-Woodbury, 48; 2. Clarkstown South, 81; other teams incomplete.

Team participation (combined):  1. Monroe-Woodbury, 44; 2. Clarkstown North, 21; Pearl River, 18; 4. Tie, Albertus Magnus and Suffern, 14; 6. Clarkstown South, 12; 7. Nanuet, 11; 8. Tappan Zee, 8; 9. Warwick, 6; 10. North Rockland, 5; 11. Tie, Burke Catholic, Goshen and Ramapo, 3; 14. Tie, Arlington, Mepham, Rockland Country Day School, St. Barnabas, Spring Valley, 2; 19. Tie, Academy of the Holy Angels (N.J.), Bayside, Chaminade, Commack, Cornwall, Coronado (Ariz.), Croton-Harmon, Hendrick Hudson, Horace Mann, C.D. Hylton (Va.), Jesuit, John F. Kennedy, Kimball Union (N.H.), Minisink Valley, North Babylon, James I. O’Neill, Walter Panas, Port Chester, Potomac (Md.), Shasta (Calif.), St. Cloud Apollo (Minn.), St. Joseph Regional (N.J.), Spartanburg (S.C.), Syosset, Winchester (Mass.), Woodland Hills (Pa.), 1.

Women’s top 20 individuals

1. Cailé Kohlbrenner (TZ ’11), 18:46; 2. Suzanne LaBurt (MW ’81), 20:56; 3. Kim Newsome Chalfin (CS ’88), 21:06; 4. Dayna McLaughlin (NR ’08), 21:22; 5. Erin Haugh Colleran (Nan ’97), 21:24; 6. Mary-Beth Gray (Spartanburg, S.C. ’10), 21:36; 7. Eileen Shiel Herman (CS ’81), 21:29; 8. Kristie Horner Kapusta (MW ’89), 22:44; 9. Jennifer Newsome Flannery (CS ’90), 23:01; 10. Kellyanne Bondulich (TZ ’11), 23:19; 11. Jennifer Boyle (MW ’12), 23:42; 12. Joanne Smith-Whalen (MW ’05), 23:58; 13. Stephanie Betz (Holy Angels, N.J. ’10), 23:59; 14. Elsa Valente (N. Babylon ’81), 24:03; 15. Caitlin Holahan (MW ’11), 24:16; 16. Leslie Ballantyne (Suf ’92), 24:42; 17. Kerry White (CN ’00), 24:46; 18. Megan Curran (TZ ’11), 25:40; 19. Kristen Lowenwirth (CS ’07), 25:52; 20. Meghan Settles (Nan ’00), 26:04.

Overall individual results

1. Carlos Jamieson (NR ’05), 15:55; 2. Louis Tafuto (War ‘06), 16:03; 3. John Trautmann (MW ’86), 16:27; 4. Kyle Collins (Suf ’12), 16:35; 5. Brian Crowley (AM ’82), 17:00; 6. Shai Ben-Dar (Goshen ’12), 17:30; 7. Ben Nilsestuen (War ’01), 17:33; 8. Stephen McNiff (PR ’12), 17:33; 9. Thomas Dillon (CN ’97), 17:34; 10. Anthony Calingo (CN ’01), 17:46; 11. Nick Sullivan (Goshen ’13), 17:54; 12. Paul Mueller (St. Cloud Apollo, Minn. ’02), 17:55; 13. Jim Trautmann (MW ’90), 18:07; 14. Patrick Michen (James I. O’Neill ’13), 18:10; 15. Jason Friedman (CN ’93), 18:10; 16. Llaney Hernandez (MW ’12), 18:16; 17. Michael Guglielmo (CS ’13), 18:28; 18. Danny Kane (TZ ’09), 18:32; 19. Brian Holahan (MW ’08), 18:36; 20. Ed Ackerly (MW ’86), 18:36; 21. Devon White (CN ’96), 18:40; 22. Rob Conklin (NR ’00), 18:43; 23. Matthew McKenna (CN ’03), 18:43; 24. Dan Pragdat (CS ’11), 18:44; 25. Caile Kohlbrenner (TZ ’11), 18:46; 26. James Higgins (CS ’08), 18:53; 27. Frank Visingardi (Nan ’86), 19:06; 28. Stephen O’Shea (MW ’13), 19:09; 29. Russell Maloney (Walter Panas ’09), 19:13; 30. John MacKenzie (TZ ’98), 19:20; 31. Jamie Kempton (AM ’76), 19:24; 32. Jonathan Farrell (Rockland Country Day School ’01), 19:29; 33. Bill Eldred (MW ’13), 19:32; 34. Devin Geraghty (PR ’12), 19:43; 35. Jim Dinan (Nan ’87), 19:47; 36. Bill Swick (MW ’92), 19:49; 37. David Blumel (MW ’75), 19:54; 38. Alex Berbit (Suf ’99), 19:55; 39. Kevin Chanowsky (MW ’94), 19:56; 40. Tom List (PR ’80), 19:59; 41. Patrick Markiewicz (Burke Catholic ’06), 20:09; 42. Kevin Roth (PR ’11), 20:16; 43. Tim Waples (Suf ’00), 20:21; 44. Jeremy Shriber (MW ’12), 20:35; 45. Barry Braun (TZ ’76), 20:37; 46. Jim Dugandzic (PR ’81), 20:41; 47. Chris Guglielmo (CS ’12), 20:45; 48. David Herbstman (Ram ’79), 20:54; 49. Suzanne LaBurt (MW ’81), 20:56; 50. Michael Beckerle (Nan ’79), 21:02.

51. Kim Newsome Chalfin (CS ’88), 21:06; 52. Matthew Walker (CN ’12), 21:17; 53. David Wang (CS ’01), 21:17; 54. Dayna McLaughlin (NR ’08), 21:22; 55. Brian Bader (CN ’99), 21:22; 56. Steve Feinstein (Mepham ’78), 21:24; 57. Erin Haugh Colleran (Nan ’97), 21:24; 58. John Bondulich (TZ ’81), 21:26; 59. Mary-Beth Gray (Spartanburg, S.C. ’10), 21:26; 60. Eileen Shiel Herman (CS ’81), 21:29; 61. Zack Berbit (Suf ’96), 21:34; 62. Dave McGovern (CN ’83), 21:44; 63. Kevin Leonard (AM ’76), 21:46; 64. Dan Brabander (Nan ’83), 21:53; 65. Dan Markiewicz (Goshen ’96), 21:53; 66. Doug Carter (Kimball Union, N.H. ’71), 21:55; 67. Adam Borg (CN ’97), 21:56; 68. Steven Fox (CN ’91), 22:03; 69. Ray Sussmann (PR ’81), 22:05; 70. Douglas Hauser Jr. (MW ’02), 22:10; 71. Greg Mooney Jr. (Nan ’10), 22:16; 72. Ross Stephens (Arlington ’94), 22:18; 73. Matt Ammer (Suf ’94), 22:21; 74.Tim McGlinn (MW ’87), 22:25; 75. Mark Kelly (PR ’84), 22:31; 76. Kristie Horner Kapusta (MW ’89), 22:44; 77. Kevin Lowenwirth (CS ’12), 22:46; 78. Randall Duggan (Shasta, Calif. ’88), 22:53; 79. Ross Edelman (Suf ’06), 22:56; 80. Jennifer Newsome Flannery (CS ’90), 23:01; 81. Daniel Rosenberg (Horace Mann ’90), 23:02; 82. Greg Mooney (Nan ’79), 23:04; 83. Josh Levine (Suf ’96), 23:09; 84. Jason Lipman (CN ’91), 23:10; 85. Brian Markiewicz (War ’10), 23:14; 86. Kellyanne Bondulich (TZ ’11), 23:19; 87. Matt Mulligan (AM ’75), 23:20; 88. Bob Hermesch (Hendrick Hudson ’68), 23:22; 89. Jamie Boyle (MW ’09), 23:32; 90. Chris Goodwin (MW ’89), 23:35; 91. Michael Bernstein (Suf ’95), 23:40; 92. Michael Ward (PR ’81), 23:41; 93. Jennifer Boyle (MW ’12), 23:42; 94. Robert Mauro (CN ’86), 23:44; 95. Chris Craig (AM ’82), 23:44; 96. Mike Moran (AM ’83), 23:45; 97. Nick DiMaria (War ’01), 23:46; 98. Evan Ratnow (Suf ’96), 23:55; 99. Joanne Smith-Whalen (MW ’05), 23:58; 100. Pat Seerey (PR ’05), 23:59.

101. Stephanie Betz (Holy Angels, N.J. ’10), 24:00; 102. Jerry Quigley (Spring Valley ’75), 24:01; 103. Elsa Valente (N. Babylon ’81), 24:03; 104. Larry Beckerle (AM ’73), 24:04; 105. Ben McKenna (CN ’04), 24:06; 106. Michael Kelly (Nan ’79), 24:07; 107. Keith Reilly (PR ’90), 24:10; 108. Jim Freeman (AM ’82), 24:10; 109. Caitlin Holahan (MW ’11), 24:16; 110. Dan Boyce (MW ’95), 24:20; 111. Ed Hushon (AM ’83), 24:22; 112. Matt Diglio (MW ’96), 24:25; 113. Ed Casey (PR ’82), 24:39; 114. Leslie Ballantyne (Suf ’92), 24:42; 115. Kerry White (CN ’00), 24:46; 116. Ed Winslow (MW ’87), 24:54; 117. Danny Mitlof (Coronado, Scottsdale, Ariz. ’83), 24:59; 118. John Murphy (MW ’85), 25:07; 119. Harry Owens (Chaminade ’76), 25:28; 120. Keith Sullivan (MW ’05), 25:31; 121. Megan Curran (TZ ’11), 25:40; 122. Tom Maloney (AM ’72), 25:46; 123. Kristen Lowenwirth (CS ’07), 25:52; 124. Jeremy Meisel (Syosset ’97), 25:53; 125. Kyle Lewis (Cornwall ’98), 26:02; 126. Chuck Sommerlad (MW ’85), 26:03; 127. Meghan Settles (Nan ’00), 26:04; 128. Kevin Monahan (MW ’85), 26:07; 129. Chris Hecht (CN ’01), 26:13; 130. Tom Gilbride (Ram ’78), 26:16; 131. Frank Silvestri (Burke Catholic ’06), 26:24; 132. Matt Beckerle (Nan ’83), 26:26; 133. Michael Collins (Mepham ’78), 26:26; 134. Kristin Edlund (PR ’04), 26:40; 135. Michael Bratsafolis, 26:42; 136. Jessica Kosowicz (MW ’04), 26:43; 137. Kaitlyn Keys (MW ’04), 26:59; 138. Lindsay Colasurdo (MW ’05), 27:07; 139. Mark Greco (NR ’07), 27:15; 140. Ryan Hicks (Rockland Country Day School ’01), 27:17; 141. Stephen Beckerle (AM ’74), 27:18; 142. Joe Horner (MW ’85), 27:18; 143. Joe Holahan (AM ’78), 27:21; 144. Ellen Wilson (MW ’85), 27:26; 145. Joseph Herr (MW ’87), 27:30; 146. George Glum (CN ’82), 27:32; 147. Robin Maloney (J.F. Kennedy ’72), 27:36; 148. Jeff Ratnow (Suf ’89), 28:04; 149. Kathryn Krajewski (Burke Catholic ’07), 28:16; 150. Larry Quinn (AM ’69), 28:21.

151. Chuck Maze (NR ’73), 28:27; 152. Lisa Ansorge Ratnow (Arlington ’96), 28:47; 153. Kathleen Smith Potter (MW ’99), 28:48; 154. Kathy List (PR ’91), 28:51; 155. Michael Orlado (PR ’95), 28:55; 156. Rob McNamara (Nan ’86), 28:55; 157. Meghan Markiewicz (War ’03), 29:21; 158. Jay Kaplan (Spring Valley ’67), 29:26; 159. Denise Esserman (MW ’95), 29:27; 160. Mary Ellen Harding (St. Barnabas ’77), 29:30; 161. Chris Acerbo (St. Joseph Regional, N.J. ’82), 29:36; 162. John Fahy (Woodland Hills, Pa. ’96), 29:41; 163. Christine Smith Amundson (MW ’96), 29:43; 164. Sue Gulla Lanoce (PR ’83), 29:46; 165. Jeffrey Greenberg (Croton-Harmon ’76), 29:46; 166. Dianne Pinto (CN ’87), 29:48; 167. Elisabeth Tischler-Alley (MW ’89), 29:57; 168. John Herr (MW ’83), 30:12; 169. Renate Fersch (CN ’81), 30:33; 170. Kristen Calle (TZ ’00), 30:41; 171. Ken Gerber (CS ’92), 30:46; 172. Rebecca Meyer (Suf ’94), 30:47; 173. Ed Meyer (Jesuit ’92), 30:58; 174. Terry McFadden (Suf ’82), 31:10; 175. Megan Julian (Winchester, Mass. ’04), 31:37; 176. Eve Mascoli (PR ’04), 31:52; 177. Bryan White (MW ’78), 31:53; 178. Bob Lang (MW ’80), 31:57; 179. Shirley Quinn (CS ’81), 32:13; 180. Alan Brandstaedter (CN ’92), 32:13; 181. Sheila Conlon (St. Barnabas ’90), 32:18; 182. Michael Coakley (CN ’87), 32:18; 183. Gerald Conlon (MW ’84), 32:22; 184. Diego Cabezas (Port Chester ’02), 32:35; 185. Brian Leventhal (MW ’95), 32:44; 186. Will Miederra (Minisink Valley ’02), 32:49; 187. Caryn Friedland (CN ’90), 33:13; 188. Laurie Markiewicz (Commack ’89), 33:24; 189. Jen Markiewicz Wagman (Potomac, Md. ’92), 33:25; 190. Mike Markiewicz (AM ’70), 33;46; 191. Chris Markiewicz (Hylton, Va. ’95), 34:41; 192. Jessica Merley (MW ’04), 34:42; 193. Orion Blake (War ’06), 35:00; 194. Lisa Wolgamuth (MW ’85), 35:02; 195. Dan Hogan (Suf ’99), 35:02; 196. Thomas Kelly (PR ’78), 35:48; 197. Mike Greco (PR ’78), 36:02; 198. Warren Berbit (Bayside ’60), 45:58; 199. Sherry Berbit (Ramapo ’69), 45:58.

2013: Jamie's recap


Harriers Rally for One of Their Own at Alumni Cross Country Run

By Jamie Kempton

As seasons go, late autumn is not a traditional time of renewal. But for participants in the Bill Markiewicz Memorial Rockland Alumni Cross Country Run, the last Saturday in November is a time to renew old friendships, retrace the footpaths of their youth, and remember what it was like to tackle the imposing ski-jump hill at Bear Mountain.

Some 200 runners and just as many spectators assembled on Nov. 30 at the historic state park for the 31st edition of the Markiewicz run, co-sponsored by the Rockland Road Runners and named for the former Clarkstown North cross country and track coach (1978-89) who touted the virtues of running with a nearly evangelical fervor. Markiewicz died of cancer in 1991, but his spirit lives on in the festive Alumni Run gathering and in the lives he touched as a coach and mentor.

One of his former athletes, Mike Rogan – A 1986 North alumnus and a Rockland Track & Field Hall of Famer –  went on to a record-setting career at Notre Dame and professional success as an emergency room physician and medical researcher. However, tragedy struck this past summer when Rogan fell down two flights of stairs at his home in Indiana and suffered a traumatic brain injury along with severe facial and skull fractures. He has made progress but faces a rigorous rehab program. After the accident he lost his job and it’s unclear whether he will ever be able to work again in his chosen medical field. He had gotten engaged just weeks before the accident and has a 12-year-old son from a previous marriage.

As part of an effort to assist with his mounting medical and other expenses, Rogan’s former teammates collected donations totaling more than $1,000 at the Alumni Run. The generosity of the local running community gratified the donation’s organizers, who plan a series of fund-raising events on behalf of Rogan.

“If the roles were reversed, and I was in Michael’s shoes, I have no doubt that he would be there for me in my time of need,” said Mike Coakley, a 1987 Clarkstown North graduate and coordinator of the donation effort. “If you were to ask anybody who has had the pleasure of knowing Mike over the years, I am certain they would all say that they could count on Mike for help. He and Coach Markiewicz had a very special relationship, and I am certain Coach ‘Mark’ would like to help Mike in any way possible.”

Rogan competed in the Alumni Run many times, placing as high as second in 1988. The Rams of Clarkstown North have been perennial contenders at the race, having won the men’s team championship eight times, tied for the most in meet history with Albertus Magnus. This year Clarkstown North posted a score of 78 points to finish a close second to Monroe-Woodbury, which repeated as men’s champion with 71 points. The Crusaders from Orange County swept the team honors, claiming their seventh women’s title in nine years and 10th overall with a low score of 48 points, and capturing their 12th team participation crown with 44 entrants.

Runners representing 45 high schools from 11 states – including California, Arizona, Minnesota and South Carolina – took part in the race, and participants’ ages ranged from 18 to 71.

Carlos Jamieson, a 2005 North Rockland alumnus, repeated as overall champion. On a sunny but chilly day with temperatures barely rising above freezing, Jamieson navigated the hilly three-mile course in 15 minutes, 55 seconds for a 40-yard victory over runner-up Louis Tafuto, Warwick class of 2006, who clocked 16:03. Jamieson was the 2003 Rockland scholastic County Meet champion and later starred at American University. He was one of seven runners chosen to the Rockland All-Decade Cross Country team for 2000-2009.

Cailé Kohlbrenner, a 2011 Tappan Zee alumna, sped to her third straight Alumni Run championship. Her winning of time of 18:46 was more than two minutes faster than second-place Suzanne LaBurt, Monroe-Woodbury class of 1981. Kohlbrenner is a junior at Providence College and member of the Friars’ women’s cross country team, which won the NCAA Div. I championship on Nov. 23.

The Alumni Run was renamed in memory of Markiewicz in 1991 and an annual award was established to recognize those who have made a significant contribution to the sport. This year’s Bill Markiewicz Award honoree was George Hoy, Spring Valley class of 1969. Hoy ran track and cross country at Spring Valley and has frequently competed in the Alumni Run, including the inaugural year, 1983. He was a fixture on the Rockland track scene for more than 20 years, assisting in various capacities.

Eight members of the Markiewicz extended family participated in the run, and other family members were on hand to support them and the event, including Janet Markiewicz, Bill’s widow.

Past Alumni Run champions fared well again this year. John Trautmann, Monroe-Woodbury class of 1986, is a three-time meet winner and course record-holder at 14:08. He finished third in 16:27. Brian Crowley, Albertus Magnus class of 1982, who won the race in 1990, took fifth in 17:00.

Besides Jamieson, other former Rockland County meet champions who participated included a pair of Nanuet alumni – Jim Dinan, class of 1987, and Erin Haugh Colleran, class of 1997, who placed fifth in the women’s division. Rockland County Track & Field Hall of Fame inductees who competed included Eileen Shiel Herman, Clarkstown South class of 1981, and Dave McGovern, Clarkstown North class of 1983.

Larry Beckerle, Albertus Magnus class of 1973, kept alive his streak of never having missed an Alumni Run. Pat Chambers, Albertus Magnus class of 1976 and the inaugural Alumni Run champion, had his streak snapped at 30.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

2012

Thirty years seems like an awfully long time, and I doubt that anyone thirty years ago could have envisioned that this race would have grown into what it has become--not only a fixture on the Rockland racing scene, but an event that draws top-flight athletes from throughout the Hudson Valley, providing a high-level competitive experience without sacrificing its family feel.  This year's top 30 runners hailed from 13 different high schools--only five of which were in Rockland County--and provided the mix of youth and experience at the front that the race has become known for.  Yet, the race is still free, still on the same course.  Larry Beckerle and Pat Chambers still toe the starting line.  Janet Markiewicz still presents the race's highest award on the starting line, as she has for the past twenty years.  Never have I been more proud to be included among that illustrious group, still as the only one of Mr. Mark's former athletes to be so honored.

Monroe Woodbury swept the both races and the participation title as well, becoming only the third team to accomplish that feat.  The Lady Crusaders were especially impressive, their 55-point margin of victory good for fourth largest all-time; though with the low turnout on the women's side, this distinction loses a bit of its luster.  Caile Kohlbrenner won her second title in two tries, upsetting the great Julianne Littmann-Viscardo.  The men's race was competitive once again, though not quite as tight as recent years.  Monroe Woodbury's 72 points in securing their third title was the fourth highest winning score ever; the past four years having produced those four highest scores, highlighting the diverse draw of the race across several counties.  The days of dominant men's teams and scores in the 30s, 40s, and 50s may be over.

Full Results
Jamie's write-up

Men's Top 30
  1. Carlos Jamieson (NR '05) 15:59
  2. David McCarey (Middletown '08) 16:14
  3. Nick Roosa (TZ '03) 16:17
  4. Louis Tafuto (Warwick '06) 16:45
  5. Ryan Cross (Suff '12) 17:01
  6. Kyle Collins (Suff '12) 17:16
  7. Ben Nilsestuen (Warwick '01) 17:09
  8. Thomas Zarnoch (MW '08) 17:37
  9. Armando Oliveria (New Rochelle '85) 17:25
  10. Jason Friedman (CN '93) 17:34
  11. Llanex Hernandez (MW '12) 17:40
  12. Tom Dillon (CN '97) 17:45
  13. Mike Morris (CN '96) 17:47
  14. Paul Mueller (St. Cloud Apollo, MN '02) 17:57
  15. Bruce Hotaling (JJ-EF '09) 18:07
  16. Brian Holahan (MW '08) 18:11
  17. Marcus DeBergh (MW '01) 18:17
  18. Doug Sklar (CS '91) 18:26
  19. Matthew Walker (CS '12) 18:28
  20. Peter Viscardo (MW '95) 18:30
  21. Chris O'Brien (TZ '12) 18:33
  22. Rob Conklin (NR '00) 18:34
  23. Clint Earnheart (Edmond, OK '96) 18:35
  24. Tom McCarney (CN '93) 18:47
  25. Luke Driscoll (Baldwin '93) 18:48
  26. Michael Sklar (CS '93) 18:50
  27. Devon White (CN '96) 18:54
  28. Tony Modafferi (CS '04) 19:00
  29. Russell Maloney (Walter Panas '09) 19:05
  30. David Blumel (MW '75) 19:08
Women's Top 10
  1. Caile Kohlbrenner (TZ '11) 19:11
  2. Julianne Littmann-Viscardo (MW '95) 19:32
  3. Kristin Schiesswohl (MW '89) 19:44
  4. Chrissy Clarkin (MW) 20:01
  5. Suzanne LaBurt (MW '81) 21:32
  6. Jacqueline Pollack (TZ '10) 22:17
  7. Trish (Maher) Greany (Ram '81) 22:28
  8. Megan Curran (TZ '11) 22:28
  9. Jeanine Conklin (MW '92) 23:02
  10. Tiffanee McCarney (Fargo North, ND '97) 23:40
Total Number of Runners: 235

Team Participation: 1. Monroe Woodbury 39, 2. Pearl River 23, 3. Clarkstown North 19, 4. Albertus Magnus 18, 5. Clarkstown South 13, 5. Suffern 12, 7. Tappan Zee 11, 8. Nanuet 9, 9. Warwick 8, 10. North Rockland 5, 11. Arlington 4, 12 (tie) John S. Burke, Millbrook, Ramapo, S.S. Seward, and Washingtonville 3, 17. (tie) Goshen, Marlboro, and Spring Valley 2.

Men's Team Scoring
  1. Monroe Woodbury 72 (Zarnock, Hernandez, Holahan, DeBergh, Viscardo)
  2. Clarkstown North 86
  3. Clarkstown South 143
  4. Tappan Zee 195
  5. Suffern 198
  6. Pearl River 229
  7. Albertus Magnus 380
  8. Nanuet 515
Women's Team Scoring
  1. Monroe Woodbury 23 (Littmann-Viscardo, Schiesswohl, Clarkin, LaBurt, Conklin)
  2. Tappan Zee 78