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Lewis, Edgren lead Belmont in season opening meet


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by Joshua Spaulding
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Baidyn Lewis paced the Belmont boys in the Early Bird Invitational at Gunstock. (Photo by Joshua Spaulding) (click for larger version)
September 08, 2021
GILFORD — The Belmont cross country team kicked off the new season at the Early Bird Invitational on Thursday, Sept. 2, hosted by Gilford High School at Gunstock Mountain Resort.

The Belmont girls finished in fourth place overall behind Hopkinton, Plymouth and host Gilford and were led by Alyssa Edgren, who ran to 20th place overall in a time of 25:46.

Rebekah Edgren was next in for Belmont, finishing in 26:48 for 26th place and Madison Liakas crossed with a time of 27:19 for 30th place.

Adeline Takantjas was 31st overall with a time of 27:21, with Isabella Lewis rounding out the scoring with a time of 40:37 for 63rd place.

Aspen Fillebrown finished in a time of 40:56 for 64th place to close out the field of Raider girls.

The Belmont boys finished in 10th place overall, with Newfound and Gilford taking the top two spots.

The Raiders were led by Baidyn Lewis, who finished in a time of 22:26 for 29th place overall.

Chris Pare finished in 40th place in 24:11 and Tanner McKim was the third Belmont scorer in a time of 24:40.

Cody Annis finished in 25:49 for 62nd place and the scoring was closed out by Tyler Durand with a 65th place finish in 26:58.

Michael Annis finished in 28:21 for 71st place, Evan Christensen was 77th in a time of 29:26 and Kaine Stevens finished out the field of Belmont boys with a time of 32:04 for 89th place.

Belmont is slated to compete again at home on Tuesday, Sept. 14, with Gilford, Kearsarge and Mascenic scheduled to compete.

Sports Editor Joshua Spaulding can be reached at 279-4516, ext. 155 or josh@salmonpress.news.

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