Can State Champs Defend Titles? - Full Federation Preview

Girls Individuals

Breakdown: Unlike the boys, the Top 3 girls in the State are all entered, and ready to go. This will give us our full face off between the top two atheltes are split between dueling National Meets the following week. At States, Emily Bush blitzed the field early, and put defending Zariel Macchia in chase mode for the first time in her Junior campaign. The element of surprise is no longer there, as Bush has now demonstrated what she is capable of. Does that change the strategy? And what about the addition of Sophia McInnes? In Class B, she won by 45-seconds, and had plenty more in the tank. She's the fastest of the trio on the track, but what happens on the hills of Bowdoin? We can't wait to find out. Rounding out the field is Lillie Bogdan, who is the defending champion at Regionals, having beat Bush head-to-head last year. It only adds to the depth of the field.

1Emily Bush1202-ASaratoga156.57
2Zariel Macchia1111-AWilliam Floyd153.23
3Sophia McInnes1111-BBayport-BluePt147.83
4Lillie Bogdan1106-AFrontier146.55
5Alycia Hart1202-ASaratoga145.87
6Addison Vellekoop1002-AGuilderland137.63
7Kyleen Brady1003-AAuburn134.6
8Cali Gabrielson811-BMount Sinai134.47
9Leyla Bhusri1002-AShenendehowa133.2
10Anya Belisle1202-ASaratoga133.07
11Sloan Wasserman1001-BJohn Jay CR132.7
12Anna Furman909-DTri-Valley131.73
13Charlotte O'Meara1102-ABethlehem130.8
14Shannon Zugelder1006-BStarpoint130.62
15Mia Paolino1202-BBurnt Hills130.43
16Anna Chrapowitzky902-ABethlehem130.07
17Ari Reback1205-AFairport130
18Paige Sheiffele1211-BMount Sinai129.9
19Ella Cohen11PSAHunter College129.82
20Haylie Smith1105-ARush-Henrietta129.7