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Fadool, Hayes qualify for state

SoVaNow.com / November 07, 2018
Park View cross country standout Jacob Fadool ran a fast time at the VHSL Class 3A east regional championship meet on Friday at Bells Mill Park in Chesapeake. Fadool, a sophomore, covered the 5K (3.1 mile) course in a time of 18:42.66, good for 10th overall.

His showing was good enough to qualify him for the 3A state meet on Nov. 9 at Great Meadows in The Plains. This is Fadool’s first year in cross country.

Overall winner for the boys was Patrick Johnson of New Kent High completing the 5K race in 16:52.58.

Britani Hayes also qualified for the state meet by running a time of 22:37.32. She will also compete at Great Meadows on Nov. 9.

Other Dragon runners competing in Chesapeake in the boys race were Adrian Salvador (31st with a time of 20:31.53), Justin Zincone (39th in 20:36.87), Aris Allen (40th in 21:08.07), Adam Piercy (43rd in 21:42.24), Jabin Walker (52nd in 24:22.2) and Landon Seidors (53rd in 24:32.54).

For the Lady Dragons the only other runner was Bella Raneri who finished 34th with a time of 29:15.94.

The overall winner for the ladies was Kasandra Aulenbach of Tabb High School who finished the 5K course in 18:57.52.

The Dragons placed seventh in the team competition and New Kent High was the overall winner.





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