Scot Laliberte Invitational:

Posted by: MBR on Fri Aug 28th, 2015 6:59 am
Scot Laliberte Invitational sets tone for fun, competitive cross country seasonPreseason meet draws two dozen teams, nearly 500 runners to Cony High School on Friday.Based on the field of outstanding runners and teams that flock to the Scot Laliberte Invitational each year, anyone who has a good day on the Cony High School course can walk away from the state’s premier preseason cross country meet feeling pretty good about the season ahead.But what sets the Laliberte apart from other races — besides attracting close to 500 runners from two dozen schools, — is the race organizers’ mission, which is for everyone to leave Cony happy.http://www.centralmaine.com/2015/08/27/ ... ry-season/Central Maine (KJ + Sentinel ) - allows 10 free reads per month for non-subscribers.
Posted by: MBR on Sat Aug 29th, 2015 7:17 am
Yarmouth sweeps Laliberte InvitationalPreseason meet unofficially kicks off 2015 cross country season.AUGUSTA — Running in his fourth and final Laliberte Invitational on his home course on Friday, Andrew Levesque admitted he had to keep his adrenaline in check and not go out of the starting gate too fast.“Especially with the history behind this race, it definitely puts a little something extra umph it,” the Cony High School senior said. “Running this race for the fourth year in a row now, I kind of have a feel for it.”http://www.centralmaine.com/2015/08/28/ ... itational/Central Maine (KJ + Sentinel ) - allows 10 free reads per month for non-subscribers.