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Welcome to the Chenango Forks Cross Country website.  We hope to have updated schedules as well as results and photos of each meet.  If you have taken any meet photos, please forward them to , Larry Brooks (brooksl@cforks.org) Jason Motell (motellj@cforks.org) Brian Staiger (bstaiger@stny.rr.com).

Nov 16, 2015 - Section IV Class Championships and State Qualifier

On Thursday, November 5th, the 2015 State Qualifier Meet was held at Chenango Valley State Park in conditions very different from the ones normally encountered at this time of year.  The temperature rose into the 70's by the time the boys race began and our boys didn't like it one bit! 

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Nov 11, 2015 - STAC Championships

The STAC Cross Country Championships returned to Hickories Park in Owego for the first time since the Flood of 2011 destroyed both bridges leading into the park and leaving it a muddy mess.  After a 4 year move to Pheasant Hill Country Club we returned to its former home. 

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Nov 9, 2015 - The 1st Annual Blue Devil Challenge

The Long Blue Line hosted an invitational for the first time ever on October 27th.  13 teams competed and thanks to our Long Blue Line family and beautiful weather, it was a great inaugural event.  

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Nov 9, 2015 - Long Blue Line Alumni Report

C. Fred Joslyn, Long Blue Line Hall of Famer and the person for which our annual Leadership Award is named, won his 2nd marathon in 5 weeks on Sunday, November 8th.  He won the Harrisburg Marathon on Sunday beating 1100 other runners with a time of 2:30:43.  His wife, Shelby, also a CF grad, won the women's division of the race in 3:10:57.  Just 4 weeks earlier, Fred won the Steamtown Marathon in Scranton, PA for the 3rd straight year.  His winnning time there was 2:25:21. Fred and Shelby just opened and manage a new Fleet Feet store in the Harrisburg area.  Oh, and by the way, in between his two marathon wins, Fred won two half marathons and a 5k.  That's 5 wins in 5 weeks!

Three former Long Blue Line runners ran the New York City Marathon last weekend.  Emily Lowe, Sarah Krizan and Mackenzie Faughnan all completed the race on November 1st.  Sarah was the fastest of the three with a time of 3:56 on the crowded, difficult course. 

Mike George led his Broome Community College Hornets team to an 11th place finish in the D3 NJCAA Championships in Holyoke, MA on November 7th.  He finished 24th out of 153 runners with a time of 29:23 on the 5 mile course.  Earlier in the season his 5th place finish helped Broome win the Mid-State Athletic Conference Championships.  He also ran 29:50 over a 5 mile course to lead Broome to a 2nd place finish in the NJCAA Region III Cross Country Championships on the Finger Lakes CC course.

Michelle Staiger was a volunteer Assistant Coach for the Albany College of Pharmacy this season after a solid career there.  Her 26:15 for 6k helped the team she captained as a senior, to a 5th place finish at the 2014 National Championships.  She was named to the All Conference team in a year that saw them win a conference championship.  She ran a 5k PR of 19:22 earlier in that year.  

Congrats to all of these Long Blue Line Alumni. 

Nov 3, 2015 - Marathon Invitational

It was once again an unseasonably cold and blustery day at the 27th Annual Marathon Invitational but our kids, to coin a phrase, just "shut up and ran". 

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Nov 2, 2015 - 2015 STAC East Division Championships

Sometimes competing on the same course for the third time in less than a month can make it anticlimactic.  But on this day the rain let up just in time and with the pressure of a division championship on the line, competitors were pumped.  This Cole Park course was not the old, fairly tame one we have encountered in the past.  This course had some teeth!  All Star status was on the line for individuals and a division championship for each team so the kids jumped into the pressure cooker and ran their hearts out. 

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Nov 1, 2015 - Tully Invitational

I had been telling the team for several days how fast they were going to run on what used to be the really fast track of the Tully Invitational course and then stuff happened as it sometimes does. 

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