CROSS COUNTRY: Carillo, Spagnoli dominate at county meet

CROSS COUNTRY: Carillo, Spagnoli dominate at county meet
Isabella Spagnoli of Great Neck South won the county cross country title last fall. Photo credit: Great Neck South High School.

Port Washington sophomore Ashley Carillo continued her great career by winning the Class I Nassau cross country meet, in 19:27.89. Port Washington teammate Eve Siff-Scheer came in fifth, while the Vikings’ Keira Gould took 16th and Eliza Harnden was 19th.

Great Neck South’s Isabella Spagnoli won Class II counties in 18:53.48 and then won the Class A state qualifier as well.

Great Neck North’s Julie Sun and teammate Catherine Chang were 15th and 17th, respectively, at counties, while Manhasset’s Gabriella Devito was 16th. Vallerya Rojas of New Hyde Park was 19th.

At the girls state meet, Spagnoli finished 40th, while Carillo placed 48th.

In the boys Class I county meet, Port Washington’s Steven Theodoropoulos was the top local finisher, finishing sixth, while teammate William Ahmuty placed 10th. The Vikings’ Julian Kimball (14th) and Jeremy Fahmy (18th) also landed in the Top 20.

In the Class II meet, the top local finisher was Jared Kimiabakhsh of Great Neck North; he landed in fifth place. Great Neck South’s Junseo Deschenes was 10th, while teammate John Morrow was right behind in 11th. Roslyn’s Matthew Voynovich was 12th, and Manhasset’s top duo of Stije Huinink and Elyias Alawadhi finished 17th and 18th, respectively.


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