27 Nov '13, 1pm

's Athlete of the Week Brianna Gess continues Haddonfield’s proud running tradition

's Athlete of the Week Brianna Gess continues Haddonfield’s proud running tradition

: Gess and Tenafly senior Josette Norris—the state 1600m champion in 4:41.61 and national outdoor mile runner-up—drew ahead of the field coming out of the Bowl, the route’s notorious hill midway. They dueled for about a half-mile until Gess broke away in the last 1200m for the victory. Gess’ time shattered the freshman course record of 18:16 that she set winning the previous week’s State Group 2 race. Norris, who attended the Nike Elite Camp in Oregon over the summer, clocked 18:12. Third went to 2012 Foot Locker finalist Mackenzie Barry, a West Morris Mendham senior, who waged a furious home-stretch duel with Norris and was also timed in 18:12.

Full article: http://www.runnersworld.com/high-school-profiles/briana-g...

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