Portland Boys Varsity Cross Country

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More PRs for Cross Country Teams

Friday, the Raiders Runners ran their fastest team time of the year. Lead by Personal Records by Blaine Rosier, Aiden Pung, Cullen Rapson and Carter Rosier. Despite taking Aiden Pung to the hospital due to a concussion, he had a great race. Please send a thoughtful message to Aiden and his family. On Friday, October

Cross Country Competes in Carson City

The Girls Cross Country team ran well at the Carson City Invite on Saturday. Seven girls ran their best times of the season: Amber Cross, Caroline Svanda, Erin Duff, Kailen Brennan, Karley Goodman, Michaela Will, and Sydney Schneider.  And, we had three additional runners that ran their personal best race: Clara Noble, Mya Collins, Rylee Brownell.

Cross Country Runs at PW and All Boys and Some Girls PR

Last night your PHS Runners took on some powerhouse teams and fended well with Personal Records from EVERY SINGLE RUNNER! The team also earned 164 points, beating out St. Pats. Way to go runners! Be sure to catch your favorite PHS runner at our home meet on October 21st! Ari Babcock, Kaylee Muirhead and Clara Noble

Cross Country Teams Compete in League Jamboree

Your Raider Runners ran their first league meet of the year at Grand Woods Park in Lansing and yet again made some significant improvements. For the Men’s team, Carter Rosier, Andrew Seavey, Cullen Rapson, Brendan Wartella and Andrew Pace all set their personal records. The team was lead by Blaine Rosier and then Aiden Pung.

Cross Country Teams Travel to Uncle John’s Cider Mill

The cross country teams competed in St. Johns yesterday running in the Uncle John’s Cider Mill Invitational.  So far this year, the men’s cross country season has been filled with improvements and success. Blaine Rosier leads the team with the quickest 5k time thus far and has tremendous support from a team who is getting

Another great year for Portland Athletics!

Sadly, another sports year comes to a close but what a spring it was. Three league championships, two league runner-ups, two District championships, one Regional championship, and two state finals qualifier teams! All of that to go with a league and regional championship in the fall and two District championships in the winter! Great job