Cumberland Co. Jr. League Cross Country

Cumberland Co. Jr. League Cross Country

2018 Season Starts March 15

The 2018 season opener is March 15, at 4:00 at Stone Memorial High School. We are expecting over 470 racers. Come join the fun on March 15, March 20, April 5, and April 12. Junior Varsity will be the first off at 4:00. We look forward to seeing you.

Stats From 2017

We had 320 runners do all three races. For the individual races, there were 445 runners on March 30, 382 runners on April 6, and 401 on April 13. A big thank you to Pat Koehl, Louis DeLorenzo, Bruce Link, Frank Mackzum, Vicki Mackzum, Keely Frazier, and all the coaches for all the time they give before and after each and every race. Thank you to all of the volunteers, families, runners, and supporters of all of our runners. We also want to say a huge thank you to the Cumberland County Rescue Squad for being at each and every race to keep everyone safe and sound. Again this year, thank you to RoadID for the bibs. Last but definitely not least, thank you to Janet Graham, Scott Maddox, and Stone Memorial High School for allowing Cumberland County Junior League Cross Country to use the facilities for our races.

Due to scheduling conflicts at Stone Memorial, The April 20th race is cancelled. There will only be three races this year with the last one being April 13 at 4:00pm. Come join us!

The 2017 season begins on March 30 with all races starting at 4:00 pm at Stone Memorial High school. We have 483 runners this year. The other races will be April 6, April 13, and April 20. These are all on Thursdays. Remember that you will need to arrive at the school with plenty of time to get parked, get your number pinned on, warm up, and take care of pre-race requirements. Please join us and cheer your favorite runner to a personal best.

RoadID has graciously sponsored us again this year.

2016 Season

Now that all of the races are done for the season, let's give a big thank you to Pat Koehl, Louie DeLorenzo, Bruce Link, Terry Jacobs, Annalee Jacobs Dunbar, and her husband for all the time they give after each and every race to do clean up of the race course. There are many, many other people such as, the people of the Rescue Squad, Stone Memorial High School, Coach Richard Wade, Coach Matthew Bates, Frank Mackzum, and Kelsee Neely who have helped at every race. We also have the many coaches from the different schools who give countless hours working with our wonderful students. A big thank you to all the parents and friends of the runners who have come out each week to cheer on these wonderful students. There are probably others who have not been named, but thanks to you this program has worked and we have seen a great sport for these many students. It is never too early to start working for the next season. We look forward to seeing you then.

Please make sure to thank Pat Koehl and Louie DeLorrenzo for all the hard work in getting the course back in shape and ready to race. She and her family have spent many, many hours since the ice storm working on the course. Thank you, Pat!

Please remember that everyone out there working the races are volunteers. We could not do this if it were not for all of the volunteers. Please remember that the timers are also volunteers. Race time is not a good time to talk to them. They need to be focused to get every student who comes across the finish line. Thank you for your help.

The March 3, 2016 race had 432 racers. All results are posted.

The March 10, 2016 race had 459 racers. It was a beautiful day and everyone had fun.

The March 15, 2016 race had 437 runner on a beautiful day. All results are posted.

Thanks to everyone for all of their hard work.

The March 18, 2015 race had 496 runners.

We would like to thank Pat Koehl, Damon Koehl, Frank Mackzum, Terry Jacobs, Stone Memorial High School, the Cumberland County Rescue Squad, Road ID, the coaches from the different schools, the racers, the parents and the many, many volunteers for another great race season.

Most of the people you see working at the races are volunteers. We could not do this on this large of a scale if it were not for all of the volunteers. Most of them come out for every race and put many hours into making this happen. They are very special people who understand that this is all about the students. Thank you for all that you do.

Stats for 2014

We had 496 runners for the first race, 457 the second race, 419 the third race, and 448 for the fourth and final race. That gives us a total of 1820 times posted for runners for the season. We had 352 runner who did every race this season. That is definitely dedication!

Congratulations to all of the racers who ran an incredible race season.

Stats from 2013

Some stats that might interest folks - We had 486 runners for the first race, 450 for the second, 457 for the third, and 452 for the final race. That is a total of 1845 running times for the entire season. We had 339 runners that ran all four races.

Some other stats that might interest folks - We had 27 different reports for each race which is 16 new webpages for each race. That is a total of 108 reports for the season. WOW! We actually did it. Thanks to everyone for their help and patience.

This year we welcome back a familiar sponsor. RoadID is supplying us with bib numbers for our first two races and several prizes. You will receive a brochure that will give you a coupon for $2.00 off one of their products. This company strives for the safety of athletes. They make a wrist ID and a shoe ID that will help with the identification of an athlete in an accident. Please check out their website at:

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