Mustangs’ Miller places 16th
She set a fast pace for the Governor Mifflin girls’ team this fall.
And when scholastic cross country’s attention shifted to Hershey this past weekend, Andrea Miller emerged the pace-setter for Berks Conference teams participating in the PIAA State Championships at Parkview Course.
Miller scored a 16th-place finish in the girls Class AAA race, The Mustang senior clocked a 19:50 on the weather-modified course, her time the same as those recorded by Carlisle’s Sophia Toti, Central Bucks West’s Julia Flood and North Allegheny’s Rachel Hockenberry.
Mitchell headed the GM team, which qualified for states during last week’s District 3 meet at Kutztown. Krystalyn Super had another sub-100 finish, placing 67th in 20:45 ahead of teammates Kallan Carter (124th, 21:25), Serenity Clemens (159th, 21:56) and Meigin chandler (176th, 22:09).
The Mustangs placed 12th in the AAA team standings.
Exeter also had a full contingent in the girls’ big-school race, led by Corinne Scherer’s 86th-place (20;59) run. Helene Sheveck (110th, 21:12), Kat Kerchner (143rd, 21:43), Kira Marr (161st, 21:57) and Sara Smith (164th, 22:00) all helped the Eagles to a 15thplace team effort.
In girls 1-A competition, Kutztown’s Erika Moriarty was 62nd in 22:06, followed by Madison Keiser (64th, 22:07).
Kutztown had a top-50 boys finisher in Mitchell Brett, who placed 41st in the 1-A race with a time of 17:59. Schuylkill Valley’s Luke Seymour came home 114th in the boys 2-A event, clocking an 18:31 while Gov. Mifflin’s Nate Harding went 146th in 3-A action with an 18-minute clocking.
Gov. Mifflin’s Andrea Miller smiles as she crosses the finish line to win the BCIAA Cross Country Championships. Miller placed 16th at the PIAA Championships last weekend.