Duncan, Namciu lead Hornets at Early Bird Invitational

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BURTON–Kirtland’s Konnor Duncan and Julie Namciu both turned in strong performances at the 2018 Berkshire Early Bird Invitational at Kent State University’s Geauga Campus on Saturday.

Namciu, a sophomore, finished 15th overall with a time of 21:53 while Duncan was 69th in 19:02.

Sophomore Ian McGreal also ran well as he finished in 75th, just 16 seconds behind Duncan, and freshman Reilly Greenlee turned in a strong performance in her varsity debut. She finished 22nd in 22:20.

Senior Emily Crebs joined teammates Namciu and Greenlee in earning a medal with her time of 23:19, good for 37th place.

Kirtland Results:

Boys

69 Konnor Duncan, 12 19:02.1
75 Ian McGreal, 10 19:18.2
103 Nick Briggs, 12 20:04.5
110 Jonny Jackson, 10 20:17.2
120 Josh Wolfe, 10 21:41.4
129 Aidan Marsh, 10 26:39.1

Girls

15 Julie Namciu, 10 21:53.7
22 Reilly Greenlee, 9 22:20.6
37 Emily Crebs, 12 23:19.0
64 Andrea Frankel, 12 25:15.4
66 Aimee Baldrey, 10 25:19.1
87 Ninah Johnson, 11 30:47.8
89 Ellie David, 12 31:11.2

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