Goose Creek Coed Varsity Cross Country

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1st Cross Country Meet

Our Cross Country team had their first meet yesterday at Fort Dorchester high school. There were approximately 80 runners overall. Our girl runners are very young with only three returners. Coach Suzara stated, “I know the girls will get faster as the season progresses, there’s a lot of room for improvement and with consistent training

Ready to Run?

Boys and girls interested in running cross country should contact either Coach Divino ( or Coach Suzara ( A current physical is required.

Cross Country Completed

The Boy’s team has improved this season. Their individual times have lowered; overall, this is an improvement over last season.  The team’s goal for next season is to improve our team performance when our younger runners assume more of a leadership role.

Cross Country Region

The cross country team was up for a challenge when they competed at the region meet last week. Unfortunately, they came in last place. However, Alyssa Bongbonga was the fastest runner with a 5K time of 26.26. Coach Suzara says the team needs to improve on endurance. The next meet will be at the Wannamaker park and

Boys’ Cross Country

At the Wannamaker Park region meet, no one on the Boys’ Cross Country team placed. It was the toughest meet for the runners this year. They’re still a young, developing team as they are only in their second year. Coach Devino, stated that it takes “2-5 years to develop a solid team.” Christopher Capers had the best

Suzara The Great

My partner, Trinity Jefferson, and I had the opportunity to interview Cross Country Coach, Mrs. Suzara. What motivates her as a coach is to see the runners’ improvement as the season progresses. Even though she didn’t run cross country in high school, she is still inspired to coach every day because she gets a great

Run, Sara, Run!

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing freshman cross country runner, Sara Dodson. Because running long distances requires both physical ability and mental toughness, I wanted to find out where her inspiration to run comes from. Not surprisingly, she simply said, “Herself.” It was not much of a surprise to hear that answer because it would