Framingham’s Burgess Wins Manchester Invitational

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MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE – Framingham High junior won the Manchester Invitational race on Saturday in New Hampshire.

Burgess crossed the finished line in 15.39 minutes.

The top three runners all broke the 16-minute mark.

St. Johnsbury Academy senior Evan Thornton-Sherm finished second in 15.47 minutes.

Champlain Valley junior Matthew Servin captured third place in 15.56 minutes.

Framingham senior Shand Seiffert finished 43rd overall in 17.20 minutes. He has the second fastest time for a Flyer on Saturday.

Flyer senior Arnay Singh finished 51st overall in 17.35 minutes

Framingham senior Ryan Gaglione finished 83rd overall in 18>07 minutes.

Also finishing in the top 100 was junior Andrew Hohenstein. His time of 18.17 minutes, gave him fifth overall for the Flyers and 91st overall.

Framingham High senior Jordan Book finished 121st overall in 18.44 minutes.

There were more than 220 runners for the boys large school race.


File photo of Burgess during the home opener this season


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