Seniors Alex Boyko and Matt McCarron recorded their 2nd straight 1-2 finish in a major invitational and led Cinnaminson to a 41-point win in Division 2 at the South Jersey Open Saturday.
Boyko and McCarron, who went 1-2 in the Group D race last weekend at the Shore Coaches Invitational, led a 1-2-5-8-12 Pirate finish for a 28-69 win over Moorestown.
Boyko ran an all-course PR 15:43 over the 5,000-meter course and McCarron 16:09, also an all-course 5K lifetime best. Also for Cinnaminson, senior Patrick Storti was 7th in 16:53, senior Dean Clark 10th in 17:19 in his first major race of the fall and senior Ryan Coceano 14th in 17:44.
Seniors Colin Shand and William Inglis led Moorestown, Shand in 6th in 16:52 and Inglis in 9th in 17:19.
Also in the top 10 were Collingswood junior Elijah Forrest [3rd in 16:26], Triton junior Ethan Wence [4th in 16:44] and Woodbury senior Michael Torelli [5th in 16:51].
Also notable: Moorestown freshman Peter Simpson ran 17:23 and was the Quakers’ No. 3 runner. That’s fastest by any South Jersey freshman this fall on any 5,000-meter course.