Gators run at wooded Waring

The Brimmer and May cross country team raced through the wooded campus of the Waring School this past Wednesday. While the boys’ team did not have enough runners to post a team score, the Gators still had a number of standout performances. Brian Gamble (’23) continued his winning streak, narrowly over-coming the home-course advantage of Waring’s number one runner. Senior captain Richard O’Keefe (’20) again came in third, while Edan Zinn (’23) and Zakkai Mares-Van Praag (’22) both posted their best finishes of the year, in terms of place.  The Gators race again next Thursday at their home course at the Lars Anderson Park, after which the seniors on the team will be honored for Senior Day.
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