Mater Christi School cross-country runners finish on top of State championship list

Student runners at Mater Christi School finished a successful fall season by winning the Vermont Middle School Cross-Country Run Championship with a 20-point lead in the boys division and claiming a fourth-place victory in the girls division.

The championships were held Saturday, at Trapp Family Lodge in, Stowe, with 27 teams and more than 400 runners from across the state participating.

Mater Christi runners Matt Servin and Garrett Micciche led the boys division in its first-place finish, followed by teammates Wyatt Sigler, Mason Altadonna, and Morgan Kenny.

Mater Christi runners in the girls division achieved a fourth-place finish for the third year in the row, represented by leaders Isabelle Lacy and Malise Sigler, with strong scoring finishes by Malinn Sigler, Maris Lynn, and Ellie Haigney. With depth and youth in both the girls and boys teams, coach Mike Early looks forward to next year and another winning season.

Mater Christi School is a private Catholic PS-8 school in Burlington.

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