Pioneers News · 2019 Cross Country CHSL Jamboree Results


The first CHSL Division 3-4 Jamboree of the season was held on Tuesday afternoon at Young Patriots Park in Riverview.

On the boys’ side, Ann Arbor Greenhills finished first with 71 points while Madison Heights Bishop Foley (81) was second and Allen Park Cabrini (87) placed third.

In fourth was meet host Riverview Gabriel Richard (103) and it was followed by Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett (106), Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes (194), Marine City Cardinal Mooney (215), West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy (234), Austin Catholic (241), Detroit Loyola (308) and Detroit Cristo Rey (320).

Cabrini’s Dylan Ortiz took first, out of 93 total runners, with a time of 18 minutes and 20.7 seconds.

Frankel’s Merrick Michaelson (18:41.9) placed second while Austin’s Aaron Raffaelli (19:16.7) was fourth and Mitchell Mandziuk (19:29.2) took fifth.

Richard was led by Alexander Meszaros (19:43.8, 8th) while Cabrini had more runner in the top 10 with Carson Muglia (19:55.4, 9th) and Shrine’s top runner was Dennis Graveline (19:57, 10th).

Foley had three more runners place within the top 20 thanks to Joey Kennedy (20:22.6, 16th), Jay Maynard (20:26.1, 17th) and Luke Decker (20:31.9, 18th).  Rounding out the squad’s top five was Brendan McGlinchey (21:13.2, 25th).

For Cabrini, after Ortiz and Muglia, it was Bram Wolf (20:11.4, 13th), Christopher Russelburg (20:58.2, 21st) and Brendan Fix (23:00.8, 43rd).

Richard’s next best runner was John Borowicz (20:14.1, 14th) and he was followed on the squad by Parker Heggie (20:55, 20th), Nick Loewengruber (21:14.4, 26th) and Steve Bagozzi (22:19.3, 35rd).

Shrine had one more runner within the top 15, thanks to Ethan Warren (20:03.5, 12th). Also in the top top half of the field for Shrine was Aidan Laidlaw (22:56, 42nd) while Dale Mouton (23:16.1, 47th) was close to the top 50 percent. Carter Buchanan (23:57.7, 54th) rounded out the top five for the squad.

Waterford Lakes had four runners place in the half of the field, thanks to Dominic Luchi (21:34.7, 30th), Noah Rodriguez (21:34.7, 31st), Kevin Conway (22:33, 37th) and Chris Cempura (22:49.5, 40th). Rounding out the squad’s top five was Keldon Koshorek (24:54.6, 62nd).

Frankel had one more runner place in the top half of field thanks to Jonah Feldman (23:13.2, 46th) while Aidan Keenan (23:17.2, 48th) was near the top 50 percent. Also in the team’s top five were Henry Tukel (26:53.6, 71st) and Andrew Tukel (34:40.9, 92nd).

For Austin, Samuel Wenzel (21:33.8, 29th) was the team’s second finisher and he placed within the top 35 percent of the field. Rounding out the squad’s top five were Tristan Trumbach (27:44.9, 78th), Anthony Pizzo (28:26.4, 83rd) and Aiden Bizze (29:21, 85th).