For this article, we are taking each of Massachusetts' 10 Divisions and scoring their top 5 runners - as if they were a team. This will tell us how the top runners in each division rank against one another.
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Check out the top returning boys Eastern Division 5 runners heading into the 2019 Cross Country season.
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The 1st ever Big Wave Invite looked like it was going to be an early season showdown between two stars of the south coast, Ty Enos of Dighton-Rehobeth and Mike Wyman of Old Rochester. With ORR resting the varsity squad this weekend the show belonged to Enos and he made quick and easy work of the flat, fast 2.5 mile course. The senior finished with a easy victory as he pulled away from the pack before mile 2 to win by over twenty seconds in a time of 13:10. After the race Enos said he was happy with being able to get the win while staying controlled in the early season matchup. He has larger goals for later and the season, so it was a good opportunity to get some invite experience without having to push too hard too early.
For the first time since anybody can remember, the Eastern Mass. Divisional meets will move from their home at Franklin Park, and head, hopefully for one year only, to Wrentham. The Wrentham course runs flat and fast, depending on how its mowed that is. The grass loop course, developed by the MSTCA in 2010, has had several variations, but should be ready for action in 2012. The boys DVI meet will possibly see a changing of the guard, as defending champion Ipswich graduates 3 of its top 4 runners, Seekonk returns a very young squad led by the Salit triplets (and a total of five freshman in its 2011 top-7), and runner-up Norwell brings back its excellent top 4. 45 points separated the top 5 teams in 2011, and this year should be no different.
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