Miranda DiBiasio made history Saturday morning.
DiBiasio became the first varsity athlete for the new Berea-Midpark High School to win a championship, winning the Southwestern Conference Preview Meet individual title at the Lorain County Community College course. She won it with a time of 20:18.1.
Overall, the Titans finished fourth in the meet. Brecksville and Westlake tied for the team title with 55 points each, while Amherst Steele came in third at 77.
In the boys race, The Comets won the team title with 29 points, while Berea-Midpark took runner-up honors. Avon Lake was third at 61 point, followed by Brecksville with 83. Mike Kardos of Amherst Steele was the individual champion...
In cross country, itís not just about who finishes first. Depth is a key, as the Avon and Bay boys demonstrated Saturday morning at Cahoon Park.
Oh, and the Bay girls? There was one word to describe their performance: Dominating.
The Rocket girls, behind the first-place finish of Maddie Britton, took seven of the first 10 spots to run away with the West Shore Conference Preview Meet. In the boys varsity race, Avon and Bay ran to a tie as they combined for 12 of the top 20 positions.
Britton, with her 18:37.36, led Bay to the girls title as the Rockets scored 16 points. The closest competition came from Rocky River, which finished seond with 54 points. Lakewood was third with a score of 92.
For the boys, Avon got a one-two finish from Austin Fasciana and Sean Kane. Fasciana won it with a time of 16:14.37, while Kane was right on his teammateís heels...