Cross Country, Boys: Varsity

Record this season

2 (win) – 3 (loss) – 0 (tie)

Date Time Sport / Team(s) Opponent Venue Result
Sep 15, '18 3:00 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Brush Invitational Home Scrimmage - No team scores iCal
Sep 22, '18 1:00 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Canterbury Invitational Away, Canterbury 6th iCal
Sep 29, '18 2:30 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Westminster Invitational Away, Westminster 2nd iCal
Oct 6, '18 4:30 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
St. Paul's Home Win - 21-36 iCal
Oct 13, '18 2:45 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Loomis Home Loss - 36-19 iCal
Oct 13, '18 2:45 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Choate Home Win - 26-32 iCal
Oct 20, '18 2:00 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Exeter Away, Exeter Loss - 45-18 iCal
Oct 28, '18 1:30 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Andover Andover, Away Loss - 38-19 iCal
Nov 3, '18 2:45 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
NMH Home Canceled iCal
Nov 10, '18 1:15 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
New England Championships Avon, Away 7th iCal

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Name Class Hometown
Tom Dillon* 2019 Greenfield, MA
JJ Siritantikorn* 2019 Bangkok 10170, Thailand
Shreyas Sinha 2019 Nashua, NH
Ricardo Gonzalez* 2019 Hanford, CA
Alex Weinman 2019 Hadley, MA
Teddy McCarthy 2020 Raleigh, NC
Jake Meier 2020 Ashfield, MA
Chris Thagard 2020 Birmingham, AL
Seth Thayumanavan 2020 Amherst, MA
Nick Fluty 2020 Draper, UT
Philips He 2021 Beijing, China
Thomas Lyons 2021 Deerfield, MA
Declan Cullinane 2021 Deerfield, MA
Mat Panikar 2021 Ridgefield, CT
Oscar Depp 2021 New Hope, PA
Charlie Lewis 2021 Bedford, NY
Jack de Bruyn Kops 2021 South Deerfield, MA
Wabory El Wabory 2022 New Cairo 11841, Egypt
William Grosse 2022 San Francisco, CA
Alejandro Leyva-Cortes 2022 Hackensack, NJ
Holden Woodward 2022 Northfield, MA
Trey Souder 2022 Ottawa Hills, OH
Giles Gordon 2022 Pembroke, ME
Gabe Zaccheo 2022 Greenfield, MA
Chase Cherewatti 2022 Sunderland, MA
Quinn Hampson 2022 Amherst, MA
*Denotes Captain
  • A coach with more than fifteen years' experience coaching prep school Cross Country and Track and Field, Mike holds a Sprints, Hurdles, and Relay Specialist certificate from the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, in addition to a USATF Level I coaching certification.  In four years as a student-athlete at Williams College, Mike contributed to six New England championship teams (indoors and outdoors), earned All-New England and All-NESCAC honors five times, qualified for the NCAA Division III Championships, and graduated as a school record holder. 

  • Sam graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy in 2010, where he earned varsity distinctions in cross country, indoor track, and rowing, captained his senior track season, and won the MVP trophy as a senior rower. Sam went on to row on Dartmouth's lightweight team and served as team captain during his senior year. Sam rowed in the first varsity eight all three of his eligible seasons and won silver medals at the 2012 Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships and a bronze at the 2013 Eastern Sprints. In 2014, he won the Big Green Oar, awarded to the MVP of the lightweights. Sam graduated in 2014 with a degree in English and Classical Languages. After graduating, Sam spent two years teaching at the Hun School of Princeton where he coached the novice boys crew and head coached the cross country teams. In 2016, the Hun novice boys won silver at the PSRA City Championship, gold at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship, and silver at the MAPL championship. At Deerfield, Sam lives in Field dorm, teaches English and coaches both boys cross-country and crew. 

  • As a high school athlete in Washington State in the 1990s, Andy Stallings ran varsity cross country and track at the state and district championship level for the decorated Lynnwood High School program. He later completed two extracurricular marathons in the Seattle area, and continues to run actively. He brings his knowledge of the Oregon system to coaching, as transmitted by his coach, All-American Pat Haller.