FRAMINGHAM – Walpole dominated the cross-country meet at Farm Pond Park this afternoon, October 6 in Framingham.
The first four runners to cross the finish line were all Walpole runners.
The Timberwolves easily won the meet 16-43.
Junior Declan Cunningham won the race in 17.57 minutes, with teammate Sean Kerin second in 17.58 minutes.
Framingham’s best runners was senior Andrew Hohenstein in ties for 5th place overall in 18.38 minutes.
Walpole junior Thomas Capozzi also crossed in 18.38 minutes.
“For the boys, they were a bit touched by injury and missing the soon-to return Sam Burgess. The compression and improvement from runners 2-5 was still overcome by Walpole’s tight squad up front,” said head coach Ed Crowley.
Framingham junior Ben Habeski was 7th overall in 19.04 minutes edging out Walpole senior Ryan Falvey at 19:05 minutes and Timberwolves runner Jonathan Rodrigues in 19.06 minutes.
Framingham junior Derrick Yancey Jr. was third across the runner for Framingham across the finish line in 19:22 minutes.
Sophomore Andrew Feinblatt was fourth for the Flyers with senior Micah Mayborn fifth for the Flyers.
Coach Crowley said the team needs some rest and more training in preparing for a dual meet against Milton as well as the Twilight invitational at the Barnstable fairgrounds.