I.C.O.P.S. Track & Field Invitational - Meet Results (Raw)
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Sam Hansen was the top Wolfpack finisher in 11th-place with a time of 11 minutes and 36 seconds. Zach Kiley 13th, Ignatius scored 81 points behind Deerfield 37 and New Trier 44but they beat 18 other 3A teams and 25 teams overall. Brian Moore was 16th out of runners in a time of 13 minutes and At the race start senior John Walls fell, requiring that the entire race start over. But during the fall he kicked teammate John Rittereiser, also a senior, to send him sprawling.
Both boys return to the line to run the race when it started over. Walls recovered to place 23rd out of runners in a time of 15 minutes and Junior Jacob Flynn ran number two for the Wolfpack, placing 47th in a time of Running with a spiked shin and twisted ankle, Rittereiser finished th in Senior Tom Novy completed the five-man Wolfpack scoring team in st place Sophomores eighth at Palatine In a good performance the Wolfpack finished eighth out of 26 teams at the Palatine Invite with points, behind race winner York 42 points but ahead of 9th place Loyola and 12th-place Marmion.
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Liam Linnen placed ninth out of runners for the Wolfpack in a time of 16 minutes and Connor Walls 76th, Senior Phil Lynch ran a personal best time as top finisher for the Wolfpack in 98th place out of runners. Varsity Boys 12th at First to the Finish At the biggest race of the year so far in Illinois, the First to the Finish Invitational in Peoria, the Wolfpack finished 12th out of 49 teams with runners on Saturday.
Senior John Walls also ran a personal best Senior Christian Coletta Junior Harry Lesak Three more runners ran the varsity race: Sophmore Colin Linnen rd, We beat our Catholic League rival Marmion.
But we still have to get better in the weeks ahead. Sophomore Connor Walls led the Wolfpack in 68th place out of runners with a personal best time of 17 minutes and 18 seconds. Two freshmen Theo Conroy Another freshmen, Henry Gilbert Viator 44Montini 83Joliet Catholicand ten other schools. Walls took the race lead from the start, with Flynn trailing a few steps behind, as he ran 16 minutes and 7 seconds on the rain-soaked course.
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Patrick Santino ran 9: Last night junior Jack Keelan topped that in a big way, running 8: Back in March Keelan had run 4: At Arcadia Keelan was narrowly beaten by two Illinois runners. That 12th place finish is also the 12th fastest time in the country this year; it marks him as one of the top junior distance runners in the country. His previous best was 9: We expected him to run fast, but 8: He and his father had begun talking about running Arcadia, a meet famous for its sub Training had gone well the last few weeks, and it had been uninterrupted by competition.
After the Chicago Catholic League indoor meet in which he had extended himself to run three races, he had skipped the Illinois Prep Top Times meet and our first Ignatius outdoor meet.
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A remarkable aspect of the race: I got a late night cell phone call from the happy runner after an email of congratulations sent to his father. I was still up at midnight, watching the race again on a web video replay. Keelan had stuck gamely to his pre-meet plan, even as the early pace in the race was a little bit slower than had been expected. Last May at the Illinois state meet, Keelan had moved around in the big pack in the early stages of the race, running wide at times to add distance and wasting energy; he had faded a little bit at the end of the race, finally finishing 10th in the state.
At the Midwest Gala in June, he had simply settled into the pack, running in lane one and conserving energy; he was strong at the end of the race.
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Keelan had also had success this winter running the second half of races much faster than the first half of races, letting others do at least some of the early work. The Arcadia race favorite Futsum Zeinasellassie of North Central School in Indianapolis did not push the early pace after the first lap of The second lap was slow, as the leaders passed the half mile in 2: Two different runners then took hold of the pace, but even so the race was 4: But Keelan had carefully run in lane one for almost the entire race.
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The leaders reached the mark still slogging a little bit —6: