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DoDDS-E HS Cross Country Championships

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Official Sat, Oct 27, 2018 Oct 27, 2018Rolling Hills Golf Course


Mens Races Women

5,000 Meters Overall

Womens Races

5,000 Meters Overall

BAUMHOLDER, Germany – On a crisp day that looked and felt like fall, hundreds of runners from U.S. schools across Europe capped their season Saturday with one last race....At the 2018 DODEA Europe cross country championships....

https://www.stripes.com/sports/europe/rogers-michalec-lead-the-pack-on-way-to-titles-1.553977

DODEA-Europe cross country championships
Saturday at Baumholder, Germany
Boys
Division I  Ramstein 41, Stuttgart 53, Kaiserslautern 69
Division II  Black Forest Academy 19, St John's 43, Rota 54
Division III  Brussels 12, Sigonella 20, Baumholder 33

1. Dashiell Rogers (
Ram) 16:16.68; 2. Mac Roberts (BFA) 16:56.69; 3. Landon McMinimy (Stutt) 17:01.68; 4. Joseph Purvis (Kais) 17:01.75; 5. Daniel Aleksandersen (Nap) 17:05.80; 6. Tyler Wilson (Stutt) 17:08.15; 7. Denver Dalpias (Ram) 17:20.79; 8. Conner Mackie (Ram) 17:22.92; 9. Dillan Plummer (Lake) 17:23.86; 10. Roberto Eiseman (Wies) 17:24.55;
11. Brice Brown (Stutt) 17:32.90; 12. Orlando Rojas (Kais) 17:35.01; 13. Isaiah Lowney (St. John) 17:42.71; 14. Griffen Parsells (Kais) 17:44.20; 15. Kaden Rodriquez (Rota) 17:47.67; 16. Enrius Collazo (
Ram) 17:49.26; 17. Edward Collazo (Ram) 17:49.41; 18. Jack Barriger (Stutt) 17:52.42; 19. Ian Vila (Vil) 17:55.82; 20. Yadiel Rojas (Kais) 17:57.55;
21. Gabriel Quejada (Nap) 18:00.94; 22. Johnathan Alvarado (Vil) 18:03.92; 23. Steven Duvall (Brus) 18:05.43; 24. Benjamin Latimer (Sig) 18:08.59; 25. Matthew Cavanaugh (Lake) 18:11.39.

Girls
Division I  Stuttgart 52, Wiesbaden 77, Ramstein 81
Division II  BFA 10, Marymount 33
Division III  Brussels 14, Baumholder 15, Hohenfels 17

1. Abigail Michalec (St. John) 19:00.58; 2. Grace Wetli (Frank) 19:21; 3. McKinley Fielding (
Stutt) 19:24.45; 4. Holley Moser (SHA) 19:44.51; 5. Bianca Liberti (BFA) 19:51.35; 6. Kaitlyn Taylor (Wies) 20:03.31; 7. Greta Lambert (Wies) 20:14.55; 8. Jordanne Hill (Ram) 20:27.36; 9. Emily Rice (Bah) 20:30.11; 10. Tatiana Smith (Stutt) 20:45.68;
11. Maria Lambert (Wies) 20:49.71; 12. Beckett Moser (SHA) 21:01.82; 13. Annika Zimmerer (Ram) 21:15.39; 14. Elise Van Vuuren (BFA) 21:19.86; 15. Naomi Greenberg (Frank) 21:26.63; 16. Alycia Smith (
Stutt) 21:39.01; 17. Shoshana Goldfein (Bruss) 21:40.15; 18. Maci Hanes (Stutt) 21:41.89; 19. Hollie Myers (Lake) 21:42.02; 20. Anneliese Roundy (Lake) 21:48.65;
21. Kristin Lucero (Ram) 21:49.65; 22. Alexis Pierre-Louis (Ram) 21:52.02; 23. Lauren Scherra (
Stutt) 21:57.96; 24. Emma Bailey (Stutt) 22:13.91; 25. Abigail Michienzi (Nap) 22:15.55.

Notice how much closer in Europe the girls competition is to the boys than in the Pacific. Why is that?
In the Europe (DoDDs) the leading girl is 2:45 behind the leading boy; the gap is 3:05 for 10th, 3:51 for 20th.  
In the Pacific (private schools), gender gap is:  3:03, 3:24 and 3:33 for 1st, 10th and 20th (season best 2018).
For  Pacific DoDDs  schools  the gender gap is: 3:36, 4:07 and 4:12 (season best 2018).
Last year, Pacific DoDDs Far East  gender gap:  3:094:24 and 4:41 [using DoDDs results only].