Results and Photos From CCC Cross Country Championships

Complete results of varsity and JV races for boys and girls.

Matthew Chisholm of Farmington and Chrissy Bendzinski of RHAM were the overall winners in the CCC Cross Country Championships at Wickham Park in Manchester Wednesday.

Chisholm toured the 3.1 mile course in 16:43.68, while Bendzinski was the only female to break the 20-minute barrier, finishing in 19:48.37.

Individual winners in the girls division were Bendzinski (East), Grace Gothers of East Catholic (North), Nadia Kreciglowa of Bristol Central (South) and Shea Williams of Conard (West). Team winners were Tolland (East), Glastonbury (North), Berlin (South) and Conard (West).

For the boys, individual champions were Chisholm (West), Colin Sauter of Tolland (East), Patrick Dibble of Manchester (North) and Jon Jankoski of Bristol Central (South). Team champions were Farmington (West), E.O. Smith (East), South Windsor (North) and Bristol Central (South).

Click here for complete results of all varsity and JV girls and boys races.

Theresa Renner October 18, 2012 at 12:40 PM
Yeay -- Colin!
Theresa Renner October 18, 2012 at 12:40 PM
Congratulations Colin!
Robert O'Gara October 18, 2012 at 12:42 PM
Congradualtions on covering this race. However, being named "The Vernon Patch" where in the story does it mention how the RHS boys and girls runners did. Granted RHS sports haven't been strong lately, but that shouldn't mean that the "Vernon Patch" should exclude them.
Tim Jensen October 18, 2012 at 12:53 PM
Hi Robert, this piece focused on the 20 schools in the Patch coverage area that participated. I did a brief summary of the division and team winners, and included photos of at least one male and one female from each of those 20 schools. The complete results for all races and divisions can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of the story. Thank you for being a Patch reader! - Tim
Linda Dooley October 18, 2012 at 12:54 PM
Way to go Colin! Your dedication is paying off!


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