Broughton boys, girls champs dominate cross country All-Metro teams

11/09/2013 5:10 PM

11/09/2013 10:19 PM

The Broughton boys dominated the N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A cross country championships, and they dominate the annual News & Observer All-Metro high school cross country team.

Broughton had runners finish third, seventh, ninth and 10th racing against the state’s top 4A runners to easily claim their third consecutive NCHSAA championship.

The Caps were paced by senior leader Will Roberson, whose 15:21.92 was the fastest championship time in the area.

Green Hope won the NCHSAA 4A girls championships and Mary Grace Doggett (Cardinal Gibbons), Maysa Araba (Carrboro) and Eliza Dekker (Durham Academy) won individual titles in their classifications.

2013 All-Metro girls cross country

Name, school Class Place Time*
Elly Henes, Green Hope So. Third in 4A 17:42.88
Mary Grace Doggett, Cardinal Gibbons Sr. 3A champion 17:57.07
Maysa Araba, Carrboro Jr. 2A champion 18:03.66
Eliza Dekker, Durham Academy Jr. NCISAA champ 18:05.61
Sophie Ebihara, Cardinal Gibbons So. 3A runner-up 18:12.18
Megan Sullivan, Broughton Sr. Ninth in 4A 18:13.58
Nevada Mareno, Leesville Road Fr. 12th in 4A 18:23.47
Theresa Enright, Green Hope Jr. 14th in 4A 18:25.09

2013 All-Metro boys cross country

Name, School Class Finish Time
Will Roberson, Broughton Sr. Third in 4A 15:21.92
Mihret Coulter, Apex Sr. Fourth in 4A 15:24.00
Ryan Brady, East Chapel Hill Sr. Sixth in 4A 15:33.46
John Dalton Rohr, Broughton Sr. Seventh in 4A 15:39.64
Asher Smith-Rose, Broughton Sr. Ninth in 4A 15:43.42
Collin Vilen, Chapel Hill Sr. Fourth in 3A 15:43.55
Ryan Speer, North Raleigh Christian Jr. Third in NCISAA 15:44.70
Jeremy Brown, Broughton So. 10th in 4A 15:45.64

*Time in respective state championship races

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