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2013 - Men's Beeson Invite Results

Beeson Park Invitational
September 21, 2013
70’s and Ideal


 Boys’ Results (Championship Race)
 Kreiling 1 15:31* Fastest time in history and getting faster.
 Beamer 5 15:44* It’s like running downhill the whole way.
 Blivin 11 16:11* You are more than legit.
 Slentz 34 17:14* We’ve been waiting a long time for that.
 G.Meyer 38 17:20* Your improvement is awesome.
 Garcia 51 17:38 Getting better takes work.
 Thompson 54 17:39* Excellent showing in the big race.

1-5 Gap:  1:49 (This is really pretty good, but let’s continue to lower it)
16:24 average for the top 5
2nd place of 14 teams with 76 points (Pinecrest 69); 123 runners
MileSplit Championship Results here.


 Boys’ Results (Junior Varsity)
 Q.Meyer 1 17:29* That was memorable!
 Ellis 4 18:10 Gotta run with resolve.
 Scott 7 18:31* Definitely smarter.
 Deans 8 18:32 Run through the plateau.
 Faura 10 18:37* Must be the shoes.
 Nuerenberger 18 18:59* Under 19 is sweet.
 Staehle 21 19:06* Wow – that was nice!
 Winslow 32 19:31* Good race, frosh.
 Armacost 34 19:33* Dropping big time.
 Enierga 48 20:10 We need to be smart.
 Chen 49 20:12* Congrats on the PR.
 Broadnax 135 24:36 Welcome.

1-5 Gap:  1:08 (Spectacular)
1st place of 17 teams with 30 points (Pinecrest 66); 165 runners
MileSplit JV Results here.



That was an impressive display of team strength and depth. I really enjoyed watching you guys run and race; you represented JHS with the greatest performances of all time. Special congratulations to Nikolaus and Quinton for beating the fields and winning their respective races.

Notables:
Nikolaus Kreiling – Personal Best, Fastest 5000 meter race of All-Time at JHS, Invitational Winner
Daniel Beamer – Personal Best, Second Fastest Athlete of All-Time at JHS
16 Personal Bests; 13 guys under 19, 8 guys under 17:40, 2 guys under 15:45

 “True humility is intelligent self respect which keeps us from thinking too highly or too meanly of ourselves.
It makes us modest by reminding us how far we have come short of what we can be.”

- Ralph Sockman