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  • Cross-Country - Girls

    2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Katherine Havard

    2012 and 2013 New England Division IV Champions

    The girls cross country team runs a competitive schedule that includes both larger events and dual meets. The year starts with the Canterbury Invitational and the O'Connell Invitational at Cheshire Academy - two large events that include most of the independent schools from Western New England. The girls run dual meets with Gunnery, Berkshire, and Kent. Other opponents in larger races include schools such as Suffield, Williston-Northampton, and Miss Porter's (among many others). Millbrook also boasts one of the most beautiful cross-country courses in New England. We hosted the New England Division IV championships at the close of the 2012 season and won the event for the school's first ever New England cross country title. We followed that up with another championship in 2013.

    Millbrook hopes to instill a lifelong passion for running in all of its cross country athletes. We want our runners to not only be successful in races at Millbrook, but also to continue a healthy running lifestyle throughout adulthood.

Coaches

  • Head Coach:  Katherine Havard
    845-677-8261 Ext.123
    Bio
  • Coach Elizabeth Lowe
    845-677-8261, Ext. 127

Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
0 9 0 0

Roster

Team Schedule

Away

Canterbury Invitational

Home
vs.
Gunnery School
Loss 43-19
Home
vs.
Westover School
Loss 41-18
Home
vs.
Berkshire School
Loss 41-16
Home
vs.
Indian Mountain School
Rumsey Hall School
Home
vs.
Hotchkiss School
Loss 47-18
Away

@ Westover

vs.
Westover School
Loss 78-24
Cheshire Academy
Loss 78-74
Gunnery School
Loss 78-60
Home
vs.
Kent School
Loss 37-22
Away
Cancelled

@ Salisbury

vs.
Berkshire School
Gunnery School
Away

@ Berkshire

Millbrook School
Loss 209
Berkshire School
106
Suffield Academy
24
Williston Northampton
49
Miss Hall's School
n/a
Canterbury School
n/a
Westover School
87
Neutral

New England Championships @ Canterbury

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