Big Orange Wave Is On The Run
On Saturday, October 22nd, the Big Orange Wave took its act to Episcopal High School for a head to head, two mile race. The on campus event was a change of pace for the Wave, as both teams took to the track for the eight lap, two mile competition.
Caleb Dugas paced the Wave with a two mile time of 10:09. James Lalonde finished a second behind Dugas. Collin Sarrazin ran 10:19, Harold Miller clocked a 10:23, Josh Durnin followed in 10:30, Peter Laville was timed in 10:33, Eric Anderson hit the wire in 10:47 and 8th grader Ben Langley finished in 10:48 to complete the Bears top seven.
On October 15th, the Wave took to the neighborhood streets for another of their Kleinert Avenue time trials. Caleb Dugas and Thomas Laville ran the 8th best all-time, sprinting to a 15:36 finish for three miles. James Lalonde stopped the watch at 15:58, good for 29th all-time. Collin Hedges, Harold Miller, Collin Sarrazin and Peter Laville all cracked the 17 minute barrier for three miles.
Coach Pete Boudreaux was pleased with his team’s recent competitions.”It was good to change the scenery and compete against a very good program in Episcopal. Our runners had very good performances that will assist them in their preparation for the state meet in a few weeks.”
The Wave is back at Highland Road Park on Monday, October 31st, for an interschool meet. The Bears will hook up with Episcopal, St. Michael and SJA for a three mile race in which the four squads will be split up with runners from the different schools competing on the same team. This interesting and fun competition gets started when the gun fires a 4:30 p.m.