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25 CIAC girls cross country runners to watch in 2020

Linsey Arends, Woodstock Academy, Jr.: 2019 Class MM championship meet runner-up with a time of 20:14; finished 33rd in State Open as a sophomore.

Peyton Bornstein, Tolland, Jr.: Finished fourth in the Class M championship with a time of 20:08, helping lead Tolland to a state title with teammate Calista Mayer.

Elisabeth Brown, Sheehan, Sr.: Placed 44th in the State Open as a junior following a sophomore season in which she was the SCC championship meet runner-up and fourth in Class M.

Emily Brydges, Suffield, Jr.: Earned a third-place finish in the 2019 Class M championship with a time of 19:49 and finished 19th in the State Open.

Julia Caputo, Canton, Sr.: Finished 15th in the 2019 State Open and third in the Class SS championship with a time of 19:39.

Mairead Clas, Darien, Jr.: Was the third-fastest sophomore in the State Open, finishing 10th overall in the event. Also finished fourth in the Class L championship with a time of 19:20.

Claire Daniels, New Milford, Jr.: Finished second to Kate Wiser in both the 2019 SWC and Class L championship meets. Also finished sixth in the State Open and 15th at New Englands.

Aileen Doherty, Immaculate, Sr.: Finished 16th at the 2019 State Open and was second-place finisher in the Class SS championship with a time of 19:35.

Ava Graham, Bethel, Jr.: In her first season of running she finished sixth in New Englands, third in the State Open and third in Class M.

Daniella Grullon-Pena, Danbury, Sr.: Finished 11th at New Englands, fifth in the State Open, third in Class LL and fourth in FCIACs last season.

Kylie Hilliard, Glastonbury, Jr.: Had a strong showing in the 2019 State Open with a 27th-place finish as a sophomore.

Nora Holmes, Hall, Jr.: Finished 13th overall in the State Open after a ninth-place finish in the Class LL championship meet last year.

Jacqueline Izzo, Southington, Jr.: Fourth-place finisher in the Class LL championship with a time of 19:22; finished 22nd in the 2019 State Open.

Casey MacElhiney, Glastonbury, Sr.: Ran a time of 19:37 to finish in eighth place in the Class LL championship before placing 28th in the State Open.

Calista Mayer, Tolland, Jr.: A strong end to the season saw Mayer post a runner-up finish in the Class M championship meet and place 32nd in the State Open.

Isabelle McNamee, Tolland, Jr.: Jumped from 19th place as a freshman to seventh overall as a sophomore in the 2019 Class M championship meet, and could build on that improvement this year.

Grace Michaud, Southington, Sr.: Was the 25th finisher in the 2019 State Open after a 10th-place finish in the 2019 Class LL championship meet with a time of 19:45.

Charlotte Moody, Darien, So.: Had a 42nd-place finish in the 2019 State Open with the best time of the freshman class after a 14th-place finish in the FCIAC championship.

Molly Murphy, New Canaan, Sr.: Placed 17th overall in the State Open a season ago and sixth in the Class L championship meet.

Mari Noble, Greenwich, Sr.: The State Open champion with a time of 18:13 finished as runner-up in New Englands. She also placed first in Class LL and the FCIAC championships.

Kayla Ondy, Immaculate, Jr.: Got stronger as the year went on with a fifth-place Class SS finish followed by finishing 24th in the State Open.

Katherine Rector, Ridgefield, Jr.: Will look to build on a 45th-place finish in the 2019 State Open as a sophomore.

Katherine Sanderson, Hall, Jr.: Was the 18th-place finisher in the 2019 State Open and seventh-place finisher in the Class LL championship meet with a time of 19:32.

Caitlin Wiley, Old Saybrook, Jr.: Finished third in the 2019 Class S championship meet and 29th overall in the State Open as a sophomore.

Kate Wiser, Pomperaug, Sr.: Notre Dame-bound Wiser had a great 2019 season that included a three-peat as SWC champion, a Wickham Park course record-breaking run in the 2019 Class L championship meet, a third-place finish at New Englands and a runner-up showing in the State Open.

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